Abercrombie’s sale section is filled with super cute winter jackets — here are our faves

If you’re still procrastinating on a new winter jacket, let this be your sign to make a purchase. There are tons of cute coats on sale at Abercrombie right now at varying levels of warmth. Scroll through our favorites below — all available for under $155! — to find your perfect winter jacket. 

1. Mini Ultra Puffer, $135 (Orig. $180)

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Cozy, cute and super versatile, this wear-with-anything puffer is a winter must-have. Wind- and water-resistant nylon stuffed with a thick layer of recycled fill makes it incredibly warm and snuggly. A removable hood and a cinched hem and cuffs also help keep out the cold. The fit is very puffy and on the cropped side, hitting right around the waist. Besides green, it comes in black, cream, brown and gray. 

2. Winterized Vegan Leather Bomber Jacket, $120 (Orig. $160)

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A removable sherpa collar and winterized fill mean you can wear this jacket in much colder weather than a standard bomber. Front snaps and a zipper add even more protection and warmth. Collar and fill aside, it’s a classic bomber silhouette made of buttery-soft vegan leather that looks almost exactly like the real thing. 

3. Textured Mod Coat, $154 (Orig. $220)

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You’ll feel sophisticated and smart in this elegant coat. It’s made of a cool, textured black-and-white fabric that’s neutral without being totally monotone. The coat hits just around the knees with a shape that’s easy to dress up or down. Choose from petite, regular and tall to ensure you get the perfect length. Two plaid versions and a beige are also available in a wool blend

4. Sherpa Mini Ultra Puffer, $135 (Orig. $180)

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This one is similar to the traditional Abercrombie Mini Ultra Puffer but in a cuddly sherpa fabric that’ll make you feel like a trendy little teddy bear. (That’s a good thing — promise!) It’s just as toasty as the original and has the same puffy, recycled fill. The side pockets are lined with fleece for ultimate warmth. 

5. Heavyweight Wool-Blend Blazer Coat, $135 (Orig. $180)

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This blazer-style coat is a great option for ladies who love looking polished and put-together. The thick wool-blend fabric has an interior lining that will take you all the way through a milder winter. In colder climates, it also can work as an indoor piece. The fit is tailored but still roomy enough for an extra layer underneath. Brown, cream, gray and black versions are also available. 

6. Ultra Mini Puffer Vest, $84 (Orig. $120)

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Okay, this one’s technically not a jacket, but we should all have at least one cute winter vest in the closet. It’s yet another take on Abercrombie’s beloved mini puffer, with the same cozy construction and silhouette around the torso. Soft vegan leather fabric (available in both brown and black) elevates it to something a little nicer than your usual puffer vest.

7. Removable Scarf Double-Cloth Wool-Blend Jacket, $112 (Orig. $160)

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A jacket and a scarf in one? Yes, please! With the scarf attached, this coat is a chic and striking statement piece. Removed, it’s still super stylish but a little more tailored and subtle. The boxy fit works especially well for those of us on the shorter side. It’s made of a double-cloth, wool-blend fabric that provides moderate warmth. Get the coat in cream, brown or dark gray.

8. YPB On the Go Puffer, $120 (Orig. $160)

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If you prefer a puffer jacket that’s a little less, well, puffy, try this one from Abercrombie’s activewear line. The nylon fabric is still wind- and water-resistant but with a fit that’s on the slimmer side. Zip it all the way up for a cozy mock-neck effect, and on warmer days, unzip the side vents to let in a little breeze. We’re also huge fans of the thumb holes on each cuff. Cute quilting and a curved hem make it extra flattering.  

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