Your friends and family are probably dusting off their winter gear this very moment, preparing for a season of fun.
How much better would their experience be this year if they were sporting a new jacket or boots? Well, we’ve got some great gear lined up for you from none other than outdoor icon Columbia. Check out the gear that will keep you warm and stoked all winter long!
For Black Friday, Columbia has knocked off 25% on almost everything on its site and some products have even deeper discounts. Today is the best day to outfit yourself, or someone you love, with new gear.
Popular Columbia Boots & Apparel
$149 on sale
For a lower-profile but warm layering solution, consider the Grand Trek Down Jacket. This hooded, sport-focused coat keeps the bulk to a minimum with its riveted pattern that keeps the down in place and allows for maximum mobility. Inside the jacket is Columbia’s Omni-Heat reflective material that radiates the heat coming off your body back toward you instead of bleeding out the seams.
$112-128 on sale
When layering up for a cold day, a puffy is your best friend. Columbia’s Autumn Park Down Jacket provides temperature regulation on days when the barometer is dropping and the weather is sure to change. Filled with 650-fill down, this jacket is made for warmth. Three exterior pockets are available for all your gear (or hands) and feature zipper closures to keep things in place.
$338 on sale
If first chair and bagging big altitude is the game plan, the Titanium Peak Pursuit Shell is the ideal solution for keeping dry and warm this winter season. Columbia’s top-of-the-line winter jacket features a fully seam-sealed Omni-Tech exterior to keep the elements out. Inside the jacket, you’ll find media pockets, a powder skirt, and the ability to connect a pair of Titanium pants. If you need to buy a jacket for the guy who has it all, this is the one.
$98 on sale
If splitting the difference between colder climes and the wet of fall weather, the Columbia Fairbanks Omni-Heat Boot makes a great compromise. With an Omni-Tech seam-sealed interior bootie and a full CORDURA textile upper, these boots are built to keep the elements out and your socks dry and warm.
$120 on sale
The boots you wear can make all the difference when it’s time to shovel the driveway, haul your kids up the sledding hill, or just truck around town. They also make great gifts. Columbia’s Hyper-Boreal Omni-Heat Tall Boots are designed to punch back at the elements with 200g insulation, Techlight midsoles, and a TPU-laminated mesh surrounding the inner booties.
$210 on sale
Wherever the trail may take you, the Three Forks Black Dot Jacket aims to provide warmth and protection from the elements. The shell of this jacket features all of Columbia’s patented technology from the Omni-Heat line. When it’s time to lighten up the layers, the Three Forks Jacket packs down into a stuff pocket and stores easily in a backpack for future use.
$90 on sale
If you’re shopping for a woman who fancies only the finest haute couture but still needs to wade through the snow, look no further! The faux fur collar on these boots can be rolled up or down depending on the weather or the wearer’s mood. The interior of these boots boasts Columbia’s Omni-Heat reflective liner, which bounces the warmth back to your toes, where it belongs.
$75 on sale
If the Slopeside Boot isn’t your thing, we’ve tracked down the Minx Short III Boot for your gift-buying pleasure. Waterproof and warm like its bigger siblings, the Minx Short features a slightly lower profile and a more minimal faux fur collar. The non-marking Omni-Grip outsole has small knobs perfect for trekking across freshly groomed snow or an icy cityscape. Rated to -25 degrees Fahrenheit, the Minx Short III Boot is made for icy-toed individuals.
$188 on sale
If a little length is needed, the Women’s Mountain Croo Long Down Jacket meets the moment. With a reflective inner lining and packed full of 650-fill down, the Croo has all the bells and whistles to keep her warm. A hood, drop tail, and comfort cuffs round out this jacket nicely. Consider this for the city-bound but occasionally mountain-oriented lady in your life.