Spring jackets from Patagonia, Columbia, and The North Face are deeply discounted — save up to 75%
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Ah, springtime, the time of year filled with flowers and hope — and also rain and temperature fluctuations. Luckily Dick’s Sporting Goods is here to help you stay dry and warm without emptying your wallet. For a limited time, you can save big on jackets, parkas and other outwear perfect for any outdoor pursuit, even if it's just carrying in the groceries from the driveway.
Scroll on to see our favorite deals, and shop even more finds at Dick's Sporting Goods. Don't wait until it's too late — we can't guarantee they'll remain in stock for long.
Columbia Women's Switchback Rain Jacket
Ideal for April showers (and outright downpours), this waterproof jacket is packable into the hand pocket and there is a venting system in the back for breathable comfort.
"I use it mainly to go over a sweater but it cuts the wind well. Then if I don't need it, it rolls nicely into my backpack. No reason not to bring it everywhere, esp with the hide away hood, love it," wrote one satisfied customer.
$65 at Dick's Sporting Goods
Columbia Women's Arcadia II Rain Jacket
This jacket is a little thicker than our other rain jacket picks, but it certainly isn't bulky. The signature Omni-Tech fabric makes it waterproof and breathable. You can also pack this into the hand pocket for easy storage.
"This coat is lightweight but still has enough insulation to keep you warm," reports one shopper. "It's nice because you can adjust the sleeves to fit tight or loose around your wrists. A great quality jacket that I will have for a very long time."
$100 at Dick's Sporting Goods
The North Face Canyonlands 1/4 Zip Fleece
Available in three colors, this fleece-lined pullover features raglan sleeves for increased mobility and comfort. The asymmetrical zipper is both functional and fun.
Raved another: "I love this top! I bought the purple one. And I actually just bought in black. They’re slightly fitted but not tight. I would say they’re true to size. They're pretty warm, soft and comfortable."
$69 at Dick's Sporting Goods
Patagonia Radalie Insulated Parka
A long parka from Patagonia for just $140? That's right! The extra length provides warmth and the water repellent finish will keep you dry in any weather.
Reports one reviewer: "I bought this coat for a winter visit to Colorado. It’s great for travel - feather light and warm. I could fold it and stash it in my little backpack easily. We arrived in -2 degree weather, and I was warm enough without being too warm. Fits as expected."
$199 at Dick's Sporting Goods
The North Face Platte Sherpa 1/4 Zip Jacket
This cozy fleece jacket is made from 100% recycled fabric, making this a good choice for the planet as well as your comfort. A cinch cord at the hem adjusts for a perfect fit.
"This pullover is AMAZING! So chic and warm, I am so glad I purchased it," said one Dick's customer.
$149 at Dick's Sporting Goods
The North Face Rainsford Jacket
Enjoy two top-entry front pockets with snap-flap closure and side-entry hand pockets, a cinchable waist and adjustable drawcord hood.
"The rain jacket I have been looking for!" exclaimed a reviewer. "I had been searching for the right weight, cut, etc. ... for three years and stumbled upon this one at Dick’s. It’s extremely comfortable, versatile, and stylish."
$139 at Dick's Sporting Goods
Columbia Side Hill Windbreaker Jacket
True to Columbia, this jacket is packable for convenient storage. This also has adjustable drawcords at the hem and hood for a personalized fit.
"This is a great jacket. I range from small to medium and went with a small. It fits great! I also wore it on a really warm day, and this jacket kept me cool," wrote one fan.
$50 at Dick's Sporting Goods
Columbia Northern Gorge Down Jacket
We couldn't believe it either, but this olive green jacket is a real steal at a staggering 75% discount. It's a great choice for colder climates (or to keep in your coat closet until December) because it features a thermal reflective lining, hand pockets and a removable, adjustable hood.
"I was looking for something that would keep me warm during my daily walks in sometimes sub-zero conditions. This is the best, warmest jacket I have ever owned. Zipper and then snaps keep the heat in along with the hood with a drawstring. Highly recommended," wrote a delighted shopper.
$320 at Dick's Sporting Goods
The reviews quoted above reflect the most recent versions at the time of publication.
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