Shop Seattle for Cold-Weather Clothes and Gear

Seattle has you covered, literally, for the cold months ahead.

Need to bundle up for the looming winter months? Luckily Seattle’s many local brands and boutiques are there to prepare us for sweater weather.

Located just south of T-Mobile Park, the Filson Flagship Store is not only a great place to stock up on Filson goods, but also offers free factory tours of the manufacturing facility. The Seattle brand has been creating quality clothing and outdoor accessories since the late 1800s, ranging from fleece and flannels to leather bags and camping gear.


REI is another local destination for outdoor gear and equipment, carrying popular brands such as North Face, Patagonia and Outdoor Research. The flagship store downtown offers a personal outfitting, ski and snowboard rentals and a 65-foot climbing wall to keep shoppers busy on rainy days.


Only 15 minutes away in Fremont, evo also offers an impressive range of ski, snowboard and mountain gear for the outdoorsy types. This hip outdoor gear store carries brands such as Burton, Vans, Ride and We Are the Superlative Conspiracy.


Fashion-forward folks who are looking for a few stylish sweaters should check out Division Road—as they feature a handful of menswear collections that include parkas, jackets, flannels, boots and other options to keep you warm and looking sharp. Stop by this shop for luxury heritage menswear from North American, Western European and Japanese brands, including exclusive pieces from Pacific Northwest manufacturers like Dehen 1920, Ebbets Field Flannels and Viberg. 


Other local boutiques such as Pipe and Row, Prism and September are ideal spots for stocking up on sweaters and raincoats as well as home goods and jewelry made by local artisans.

Maggy Lehmicke
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