Moncler is a French clothing brand started in 1952. Known most for their heavy down jackets, the brand is extremely popular throughout France and has recently gained traction as a top outdoor and high fashion brand in the United States. While the brand's jackets aren't inexpensive, they provide a combination of great styles and warmth that is rarely surpassed. In what follows, you'll find out more about some of Moncler's most popular jackets, most of which retail for about $1000.
Moncler's nylon Dumas Jacket reaches the waist and features a hidden zip hood, chest button flap pockets and comes only in khaki. Featuring two stylish buttons at the neck, the Dumas is best for early spring. The Shihoko Trench is a double-breasted jacket with a shirt collar and epaulets. It features two slash pockets, button cuffs and a wrap around belt. One of Moncler's most expensive jackets, the Gamme Bleu plaid coat features a snap front, a drawstring hem and linen interior pockets. The standard color combination is a grey, black and pink plaid mix. The Gard Fisherman's Jacket is one of Moncler's bolder looks; it features a ruddy nylon hood, tons of pockets and a silky interior lining. Designed as much for use as for fashion, the Moncler Grenoble Gingham Bike Jacket is made of water repellant cotton and has a drawstring hood with bold red and black accents. One of Moncler's less expensive jackets, the rather plain Kenya Field Jacket has a nylon taffeta zip and a ribbed collar, placing it in stark contrast with some of the company's more eye-catching looks.