Best Men's Peacoats

The 18 Best Men’s Peacoats

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Make no mistake, the best men’s peacoats are certainly worthy of having on your radar — and on your back this season. The peacoat is a style rooted in the type of practicality that guys need and enjoy nowadays, with roots in military function — yet plenty of modern style to back it up.

This historic silhouette has remained largely unchanged in its classic iteration, but some of your favorite designers are taking this icon and making it a dash more modern. That’s good news for you, and it means that you can wear a classic, tailored peacoat with grey wool trousers and black chukka boots (a la James Bond) or alongside slim black denim and a crewneck sweater (similar to how style icon David Beckham wears his).

Yes indeed, it was mighty tough to narrow this list down to just 16, but we think we did alright — you be the judge, and be sure to shop some of the best men’s peacoats before it’s too late.

Schott Slim Fit Peacoat

Schott Slim Fit Wool Blend Peacoat

If you normally associate Schott with utterly classic, iconic and timeless leather jackets … well, you’re entirely right on the money. But the brand has also done beautifully when it comes to making other equally iconic, rugged and easily wearable styles, like the brand’s Slim Fit Wool Blend Peacoat. And if a peacoat is more of your speed than a black moto jacket, this could be the very piece you want to pick up now. Featuring a nylon-wool blend and a versatile charcoal color, this peacoat is wearable with faded blue denim or burgundy chinos in equal measure. – Shop Now

Billy Reid Bond Peacoat

Billy Reid Bond Peacoat

There are regular peacoats, and then there’s the peacoat to rule them all — at least, in our minds. The Bond Peacoat is a stone-cold classic, a stunner of a jacket made by an iconic American menswear brand and worn to great success by Daniel Craig as James Bond himself. In short, it just might be the perfect peacoat, cut slim — but not too slim — and made with beautiful details like leather back collar detailing. It doesn’t get any better. – Shop Now

Ralph Lauren Warrington Peacoat

Ralph Lauren Warrington Peacoat

There are some things that certain brands just do well — very well. Take Ralph Lauren. The brand is as iconic and American as it gets, so is it any surprise that they’ve produced their own suitably fitting take on a classic outerwear style? The Warrington Peacoat is a piece that manages to convey a strong, bold look — yet it won’t detract from any sharp tailoring that you choose to wear it with. The Italian-made construction and premium virgin wool are among the best of the best, so it’s no shock that this handsome peacoat will set you back nearly 3 grand. Maybe add it to your wish list? – Shop Now

Vetra Wool Peacoat

Vetra Wool Peacoat

The peacoat is a style steeped in military heritage, warmth and ingenuity — plus, a dash of never-gets-old appeal. That, to us, should make it a go-to piece of winter outerwear. In that regard, the Vetra Wool Peacoat is a handsome and worthwhile wardrobe addition, made in the same vein as the brand’s pleasingly rugged chore coats. This wool peacoat uses a blend of fabric for a lighter finish than a peacoat made with 100 percent wool, plus it looks a heck of a lot pricier than it is. – Shop Now

Nautica Wool-Blend Double-Breasted Peacoat

Nautica Wool-Blend Double-Breasted Peacoat

No menswear brand knows the ins and outs of men’s Naval-inspired outerwear quite like Nautica, and their classic Peacoat proves this point. It will immediately elevate your wardrobe — from casual jeans and a t-shirt to slim chinos and an oxford shirt — thanks to a comfortable wool and polyester construction, a great-looking double-breasted design on the front, and interior welt pockets for your everyday carry essentials. – Shop Now

Ted Baker London Grilled Wool Blend Peacoat

Ted Baker London Grilled Wool Blend Peacoat

If you’re on the hunt for a men’s peacoat that will get better the more seasons you wear it, then don’t let the higher price tag of the Ted Baker London Wool Blend Peacoat deter you from making it your next winter wardrobe staple. It’s tweedy exterior is made from an everyday wool blend, while a slim fit, narrow sleeves, and higher armholes than typical classic fit garments ensure a modern fit that will look sharp — whether you’re headed to the office Christmas party or just to you local tavern. Finally, a unique print satin lining, notched lapels, and button strap cuffs more than make up for this peacoat’s initial sticker shock. – Shop Now

Banana Republic Italian Melton Wool Peacoat

Banana Republic Italian Melton Wool Peacoat

Banana Republic can always be counted on to deliver trustworthy, office-ready style staples that go the distance — and work well outside the confines of your traditional 9-to-5 grind, too. And that, my friends, is where the Italian Melton Peacoat comes in. The perfect topper to a pair of the brand’s Rapid Movement chinos and a crisp dress shirt, we love the deep navy color and the fine Italian wool used here. – Shop Now

J.Crew Dock Peacoat

J.Crew Dock Peacoat

J. Crew continues to be a one-stop shop for outstanding menswear that’s built for everyday wear — that’s true even in an era where retail is changing seemingly by the week. But there’s no need to worry about quality or styling issues with the J. Crew Dock Peacoat, the type of uniquely rugged-yet-modern style that the brand does so well. Made from cotton in a cool shade of vintage indigo, this peacoat draws inspiration from strong military silhouettes and throws in a dash of weather-ready functionality thanks to the corduroy collar. – Shop Now

Schott Leather Naval Peacoat

Schott Leather Naval Peacoat

Looking to inject even more moto-inspired edge into your winter layering game? We turn once again to Schott, who’s taken the classic peacoat silhouette and done it up in rich black leather, as you might expect from a brand that makes some of the most iconic jackets on the planet. The nylon quilted lining offers extra warmth and durability, while the cowhide leather exterior is cool and sleek, not flashy. Layer it over a cream thermal henley and team that combo with slim black denim and beat-up moto boots for truly badass seasonal style. – Shop Now

Brooks Brothers Iconic Wool Pea Coat

Brooks Brothers Iconic Wool Pea Coat

You surely know Brooks Brothers for the brand’s instantly classic dress shirts and fine Oxford shirts — truly, staples of the modern man’s wardrobe. But did you know they’ve also dabbled (and ultimately, been successful) in producing tasteful, equally classic outerwear? This brings us to the Iconic Wool Peacoat, an aptly named take on the silhouette that you should wear with Brooks Brothers shirting or chinos every chance you get. – Shop Now

Old Navy Soft Brushed Peacoat

Old Navy Soft Brushed Peacoat

Leave it to Old Navy, the affordable purveyors of style for the whole country, to come up with a peacoat that’s handsome, rugged and classic, all without breaking the bank in the slightest. That’s the case with the Soft Brushed Peacoat, a wise pick-up when it comes time to layer up on a chilly days. It’s the sort of affordable jacket that looks good no matter what you wear it with, so we think you’d do well to pair it with rugged blue denim, brown Chelsea boots and a thermal henley. – Shop Now

Bonobos Italian Hybrid Peacoat

Bonobos Italian Hybrid Peacoat

Looking for a statement piece of winter outerwear that’s sure to be an instant (and we mean, INSTANT) hit? Search no more, because the handsome, refined and jaw-dropping Italian Hybrid Peacoat is here from Bonobos to save the day (to say the very least). Featuring a blend of wool, polyamide and elastane for comfort and stretch, this peacoat pairs up more than perfectly with the brand’s classic chinos — pick up a pair in the Tobacco color for fall and winter to wear with this coat. – Shop Now

Calvin Klein Wool Blend Peacoat

Calvin Klein Classic Peacoat

Just like a few other brands on this list, Calvin Klein is among a set of instantly recognizable global brands, ones that specialize in making classic-yet-modern menswear — the Wool Blend Peacoat brings that same approach to outerwear. Available for a downright steal in terms of price, this simply designed peacoat features the iconic notched collar and reliable fit you need when it comes to an essential winter jacket. We’d wear this piece with slim grey denim, a comfortable navy crewneck sweater and black wingtip boots for a mix of high–low styling. – Shop Now

L.L. Bean Wool Peacoat

L.L. Bean Wool Peacoat

When a revered brand like L.L. Bean notes that its peacoat is authentic and true to the brand’s heritage, we have a tendency to listen. Don’t you agree? The durable and classic jacket shown above is an ideal pairing with a set of the iconic Bean Boots, and that’s nearly all the gear you need to take on winter (to say the very least). Did we mention that the wool is 100 percent Italian and the fit is nearly impeccable? – Shop Now

Orvis Naval Peacoat

Orvis Naval Peacoat

With the spirit of rugged adventure in mind, Orvis has churned out a peacoat that your father or grandfather would be proud to wear — that means it delivers in terms of tough functionality and expert styling potential. The blend of melton wool and nylon is crafted to military specifications, so it can surely handle any wind, rain or snow you deal with this winter. Polyester fill ensures extra warmth, too. We think this peacoat would look outstanding layered over a marled navy henley and worn with tan chore pants — plus your toughest leather boots. – Shop Now

Land's End Wool Peacoat

Land’s End Wool Peacoat

When it comes to a silhouette like the classic peacoat, there are times where you needn’t overdo it — and the Lands’ End Wool Peacoat is a timeless example of keeping things simple and straightforward, yet highly stylish. We love the striking True Navy color, a truly (get it?) dressy option that should wear handsomely with slim tan chinos, brown leather boots and a crisp white Oxford shirt this fall and winter. It’s on sale for a steal now, too. – Shop Now

Saint Laurent Wool Pea Coat

Saint Laurent Wool Pea Coat

Even Saint Laurent gets in on the peacoat game with this wool option that wouldn’t look out of place when worn with slim black denim from the brand itself. Throw in some moto boots for a bit of badass edge, and call it good. The possibilities really are endless when it comes to this wool peacoat, and that’s the way it should be — it’ll set you back a pretty penny, but it’s worth it at the end of the day. – Shop Now

Todd Snyder x Private White Manchester Wool Peacoat

Todd Snyder x Private White Manchester Wool Peacoat

Of course, Todd Snyder — the lauded American menswear designer — deserves a place on this list. The designer takes military classics and upgrades them for the modern man, and he does it in a way that’s accessible to gentlemen in the big city or the country in equal measure. Teaming up with Private White here was a great move, and the result is a bold peacoat you should take pride in wearing on the daily, with everything from suiting to dark denim. – Shop Now

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