An outer garment made of the skins of birds or mammals, worn by Eskimos, etc.
A coat with a fur lining and a hood, used for protection in very cold weather.
Any of a variety of jackets with attached hoods, usually of very warm or waterproof construction so as to provide protection from cold or rainy weather.
Traditionally a hooded fur coat made and used by northern natives, but now it can also be insulated with modern manmade materials like "thinsulate", and may have no fur at all, although usually winter parkas will have a fur ruff. Summer parkas of the more traditional styles have a skirt attached and are pulled on over the head.
This loose-fitting, hip-length jacket, usually hooded, often comes with a fleece or pile lining. It was worn originally by Eskimos and introduced to the public during the 1930s for winter sportswear.
a kind of heavy jacket (`windcheater' is a British term)
a hooded jacket, or anorak
a knee-length cold-weather jacket or coat, typically stuffed with down or very
a special coat that is worn by the people of this region
a type of heavy winter coat with a hood
a waist or hip-length cold
A fur coat cut like a shirt with a hood. Also may be made of wool or other materials.
A winter jacket with a fur or faux furâ€“lined hood. Originally worn by Eskimos, this warm outer wear article of clothing has become a classic choice for cold-weather protection.
Large 3/4 length fur lined coats worn by swimmers. Usually are in team colors with logo or team name.