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Patagonia Women's Nano Puff Insulated Vest
  • Wavy Blue
  • Birch White
  • Classic Navy
  • Feather Grey
  • Black
Patagonia Women's Nano Puff Insulated Vest

$106.99 - $179.00

WAS: $179.00*

Carhartt Women's Quilted Canvas Vest
  • Basil
  • Carhartt Brown
  • Black
Carhartt Women's Quilted Canvas Vest

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WAS: $69.99*

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Columbia Women's Joy Peak Insulated Vest
  • Chalk
  • Stone Green
  • Black
Columbia Women's Joy Peak Insulated Vest

$120.00 - $155.00

WAS: $130.00 - $155.00*

Patagonia Women's Retro Pile Fleece Vest
  • Dusky Brown
  • Salt Grey/Light Plume
  • Salt Gry/Jellyfish Yellow
  • New Navy
  • Pelican
Patagonia Women's Retro Pile Fleece Vest

$83.99 - $129.00

WAS: $129.00*

Toad&Co Women's Sespe Sherpa Vest
  • Light Heather Grey
  • London Fog
Toad&Co Women's Sespe Sherpa Vest

$82.99 - $110.00

WAS: $110.00*

Columbia Women's Archer Ridge II Vest
  • Beach, Dark Nocturnal
  • Chalk, Ancient Fossil
  • Safari
Columbia Women's Archer Ridge II Vest

$69.99 - $100.00

WAS: $100.00*

Learn More About Women's Vests

Vests aren’t the first things that come to mind when dressing for winter weather. After all, they don’t have sleeves! Women’s vests from Public Lands might be a fantastic choice for you, though.

The best thing about vests is their versatility. For instance, you could throw your vest over a baselayer when the weather is mild. On colder days, you might put a vest under your jacket.

Features

Insulated vests keep your core extra-warm, so they’re great for layering under thinner coats. Goose down is one of the most effective forms of insulation, making down vests an excellent choice.

Lightweight vests, on the other hand, can work as an extra baselayer under more insulated coats. Some lightweight vests are much warmer than you’d expect, though, so check the insulation level before you purchase one.

Puffer vests are a good pick if you want a balance between lightness and insulation. Their material is sewn in a quilted pattern, and padding is stuffed between the stitching.

Waterproof and water-resistant vests protect you from drippy weather or slush, and wind-resistant vests are perfect for when you’ll face a serious breeze.

Hooded vests might allow you to forgo a hat, though the two are also useful in combination. Together, they’ll give extra protection to your neck and the sides of your face.

When you want to pack light, a packable vest will make the job easy.

Check out more essential women’s outerwear at Public Lands, including women’s fleece jackets, women’s rain coats, and women’s gloves.