This New Jacket Comes With Built In Heating That You Can Control
Winter means crisps walks, mulled wine and warm mince pies, but it also means chilly temperatures. If you're feeling the cold this year, a heated jacket could be just the thing for you.
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The heated jackets combine Thermolite insulation and "TriZone heat technology" which means you will be protected from the elements but the jacket is still lightweight and breathable.
When the temperature drops, you can increase the warmth by turning on the built-in heating - instead of adding layer after layer of jumpers.
The heating is powered by a portable, rechargeable USB power bank or you can use a rechargeable battery.
You can then add low, medium or high levels of heat depending on how cold you are.
The coat is also still flexible, so you won't feel constricted, and most of the jackets can be machine washed (except for the Moto range).
Blaze Wear offers free UK delivery on all orders and international delivery for just £19.50.
We love the Women's Explorer Jacket which comes with a cute fur hood, which normally retails for £199.99.
"Designed for optimum warmth, heat control, durability and breathability, the distinctive Explorer Jacket will keep you looking and feeling great, even in harsh weather conditions," the product description reads.
It comes in black and navy and in sizes XS to XL.
Finding the perfect winter coat can be a task, but if you're into environmentally-friendly fashion, try Everlane's ReNew jacket.
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As well as being super stylish, it is also seriously snug - and there are thousands of people on the waiting list for the coat.
The extra puffy version comes in four different colours - black, lilac, mustard and khaki - ranging from sizes XXS to XL.
Everlane's jackets are made from exactly 32 renewed plastic bottles, meaning you can feel stylish and do your bit for the environment too.
The only part that isn't made from recycled fabric is the zippers and trim, although the fashion brand hopes that it will be very soon.
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