We’ve already posted about Nobis outerwear before, but since it’s prime time for jacket buying, we’ll refresh your memory.
Nobis coats are made with 100% Canadian down and a water repellant outer layer. My favourite feature is the coyote fur-trimmed hood (faux fur also available) framed with wire, totally eliminating those annoying times where your hood gets blown down off your head.
Other great features include: sealed seams (so no rain or snow is getting in), pit-zip vents (to let some air through if you’re getting hot), fleece lined pockets (it’s the little details that count), wind flap with magnetic closure (good if you have to get in and out of your coat quick), ribbed cuffs with thumb opening (so the wind can’t blow up your sleeve).
Nobody wants to look like they’ve come right off of the Blue Mountain slopes, or suffer through freezing in a wool jacket, everyone should have a down filled parka (we do live in Canada). But not a Michelin man one.
There’s three models in store, the Cartel bomber pictured on the left $649, the parka underneath $895, and the Kato pea coat $825. All jackets are lined with a down-proof lining that allows breathability, but stops the down from poking through.
For all the downtown guys with a closet full of suits (from Gotstyle of course), the Nobis pea coat is perfect for wearing over suits and being warm while still looking stylish.
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