Transitional jackets are a necessity for dealing with Canada’s temperamental fall season. One day, it could be sunny enough for a flimsy denim jacket, the next, temperatures are below freezing with a chance of snow. We’ve picked out these popular styles that meet all of your needs. Whether you’re looking for warmth, water resistant fabrics or breathe ability, these jackets have got you covered (literally).
Woods puffer jacket
This pack-able lightweight jacket is all about the details, like tech fleece armpits and spandex cuff inserts.
Columbia down jacket
This warm jacket has waterproof fabric with sealed seams, and a thermal reflective lining to keep you warm and dry.
Roots wool jacket
This wool-blend jacket is an oversized update of their iconic plaid jacket. Add a puffer jacket underneath as an extra layer to stay cozy on colder days.
Vegan leather jacket
This vegan leather jacket is a wardrobe staple. You can style it with big wool sweaters in vibrant colours.
For those unusually warm fall days, you need this jacket.
This cozy fleece is 100 per cent recycled. Wear it as a jacket on mild days, or use it as a shell when it gets chilly.
Vegan wool jacket
This faux-wool coat is suitable for temperatures up to -5°C.
Free People pullover
Functional and fashionable, this water-resistant, wrinkle-proof pullover actually folds into its own pocket, making a travel pillow.
Technically a golf vest, this is perfect for brisk, active days outdoors, since it doesn’t restrict your range of motion. It is filled with 80 per cent duck down and 20 per cent feathers.
The North Face wool jacket
Lululemon lightweight jacket
This PrimaLoft insulated jacket comes in three colours: green, lavender, and black.