WITH AN ADDITIONAL 10 INCHES OF VERTICAL LENGTH, THE EBERLY PROVIDES ADDED COVERAGE AND WARMTH FOR THE MODERN ARCTIC EXPLORER.
“...they’re better made than some parkas that cost much, much more.”
“This will be my go-to coat this winter.”
“Just save yourself some cash and buy it from Triple FAT Goose.”
Everyone experiences temperatures differently. Conventional outerwear brands post temperature ratings based on their own internal metrics that oftentimes do not meet the real life experiences of their consumers. Unlike other brands, we allow our customers
to rate our products to the coldest temperatures they have comfortably worn their coats.
Note: Because not all of our customers have experienced sub-zero climates in their locations, the actual temperature threshold of this style may be colder than the ratings indicated below.
|0 people wore this coat comfortably between||45°Fthrough 33°F|
|0 people wore this coat comfortably between||32°Fthrough 1°F|
|0 people wore this coat comfortably between||0°Fthrough -19°F|
|0 people wore this coat comfortably between||-20°Fand below|
Lowest recommended range for people who get cold easily
Lowest recommended range for people who do not get cold easily
Bought this coat as a Christmas present for my boyfriend and he LOVES it. Specially the fact that it has zippers on the side that you can unzip to allow air in if you get too hot. There isn't a need for him to wear thick sweaters when he wears this.
This jacket was the best jacket for my situation. I was in the Faroe Islands for the jackets first use and it kept me warm and dry amidst the 50-70mph winds and the aggressive hail/rain. This jacket has me impressed with its durability and comfort!