Women's Heavy Long Puffer Jacket Winter Coat
• This long puffer coat is a two-way zipper closure that allows for better accessibility and breathable room
• Our womens long puffer coat has soft, mini rabit faux fur lining inside the hood and collar to keep you warm during the cold winter
• The long coat has a detachable hood with adjustable drawcords to block the wind
• This long puffer jacket for women has quilted fabric stitched all around for a stylish finish with exterior zipper pockets to store your personal belongings
• Water-resistant microfibers to prevent your womens long winter coat from being soaked in the rain
Feels like a down coat
This is not a down jacket but it feels like one when you put it on because it is so warm and cozy! I really like this a lot as it gives me lots of choices to layer with different outfits underneath.
Love this style
I love these designs of the long puffer coats and had to purchase one for myself that fits my style. Feels very light, but it is very warm and thick. Feels like a goose down coat from how high quality this jacket is.
I really like the fur on this hood and it can also be detachable. The zipper on this zips up smoothly (you got to play with the zipper several times to get the traction going).
Very warm and fabulous
This jacket is very well made. Very, very warm. Huge and comfortable to fit and walk around in. The fake fur hood is detachable if it bothers you. I really like the longer length of this coat because it gives off a really glamorous look.
I bought this jacket for my cousin who lives overseas where it is winter time over there for her and she says it keeps her warm. On the cold, winter days she can just wear a thin layer of clothes and the jacket will still keep her super cozy. The inside is very spacious as in you can wear layers and still be very roomy and comfortable. She likes this maxi coat because it goes past her knees in which it gives off an aesthetic street fashion vibes. I was hesitant on purchasing this jacket at first due to the reviews stating the zippers getting stuck. But, after reading their Q&A section stating its not getting "stuck" since its due to the zippers needing some friction since new zippers need traction on the sliders and the zipper teeth