The Mackage Coats Buying Guide
Created with Canada’s cold climate in mind, Mackage coats combine style and practicality. A leader in outdoor wear, the brand made a name for itself designing iconic parkas and trench coats. To ensure each piece can take on extreme elements, Mackage uses warm wool blend fabrics, duck down padding and fur trims. Constantly striving for innovation, designers bring high functionality to fashion-forward cuts with thoughtful details like pillow collars and adjustable storm visors. Styles included timeless puffer jackets and smart miliatryesque silhouettes to live up to city, country and everywhere in between.
The Most Wanted Women’s Mackage Coats
Mackage Leanne Maxi Length Down Coat
An instant icon, Leanne comes in a maxi length and a fitted cut for an overall smart look. The elements are kept at bay with a pillow collar and storm visor. Crafted from water-repellent, windproof fabric and filled with duck down, this coat is a cold-weather essential. It’s finished with an adjustable waistband and rib-knit storm cuffs.
Mackage Adali Coat
Mackage’s classic Adali down coat has a windproof shell to keep you warm. A silverfox fur inner bib and collar bring elegance and make this one to wear on the coldest days. Cut with a fitted silhouette, the Adali style blends fashion and functionality, making it a go-to piece.
Mackage Trish Down Coat
An instant icon, Trish features a sleek three-quarter silhouette and elegant silverfox fur collar. Signature Mackage details include rib storm cuffs and fleece pockets for extra insulation. Windproof, water repellent and breathable, this style lives up to the every day in colder climates. The splittable hood is lined with rabbit fur for extra warmth.
The Women’s Mackage Coats Size Guide
Mackage coats and jackets come in sizes ranging from XXS to XL. You can use the chart below to convert to the corresponding EU size.
For example, if you usually wear a UK size 8 in coats, you should choose a size S Mackage style.
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How To Care For Your Women’s Mackage Coat
Due to the delicate materials used and the weatherproof finishing on Mackage styles, it’s not recommended you wash your coat at home. Instead, coats and jackets should be dry cleaned by a leather specialist using an oil-based solvent. Perchloroethylene should never be used on Mackage products. It’s recommended that you have your coat dry cleaned once per season, or twice if worn very regularly.
If your Mackage coat includes a fur trim, this shouldn’t be worn during heavy rain or snow. If fur products get wet, they should be shaken out and left to dry naturally. In the event of getting extremely wet, they should be tended to by a fur specialist.
It’s easy to keep your Mackage coat or jacket looking smart throughout the season. Dirt can be gently removed using a soft brush. Each style features a down-proof layer, designed to prevent shedding. However, for stray pieces of fur or lint, a roller can be used.
- What are Mackage coats made of?
Designed to protect you from the elements, Mackage coats are crafted using an innovative system of several layered materials. Parkas are padded with 800+ traceable duck down for warmth and include a down-proof layer to help prevent shedding. Trenches come in wool blend fabrics, incorporating luxury threads like cashmere. Fur is often used to trim and line styles for extra warmth and is sourced from silverfox, raccoon or rabbit. As a sign of quality, each piece is finished with leather trims.
- Are Mackage coats waterproof?
Mackage parkas are designed to be water repellant. They use a unique mix of seven layered fabrics to keep you warm, comfortable and dry. This includes a layer that repels water, oil and stains, helping to protect you from a shower, and keep you coat looking smart. Another laminated porous layer is added for extra insulation. Together these innovative layers make the styles windproof and keep heat in.
- What temperatures can Mackage jackets withstand?
Most of the brand’s jacket are designed to withstand up to -35oc. Each one is marked with what temperature it can withstand on the inside label.