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Jessica Leigh Mattern - Sep 24, 2020

The Viral (and Oprah-Loved) Amazon Coat Got a Makeover — and It’s Cozier Than Ever

Everyone’s favorite jacket (and that includes Oprah) is back and even better than before.

Orolay’s popular down jacket, also nicknamed “the Amazon coat,” now comes in updated designs for 2020. Shoppers can now get it with new features and fresh prints, including an extra-cozy fleece version. And for a limited time, a handful of the colors are on sale for as little as $125.99 with the coupon featured in the listing.

The popular outerwear, which has been spotted on Emma Stone and Something Navy influencer Arielle Charnas, has racked up over 8,300 five-star ratings from Amazon shoppers. It’s also acquired social media buzz through a dedicated Instagram fan page and, most impressively, earned a spot on Oprah’s Favorites Things list last year. And now shoppers can get the Amazon exclusive in one of the original or new styles to enjoy all fall and winter long.

Orolay launched two new prints for this year: green and khaki camo. Also, select colors now feature hoods trimmed with faux fur, including red, black, green, and navy. And shoppers can still get previously offered hues like beige, gray, navy, green, black, red, and yellow. The shiny, metallic-like version is also returning this year in dark gray, jet black, wine red, and army green.

The brand also dropped an entirely new teddy bear-like design that features fuzzy fleece to keep you extra warm. The comfortable puffer has down on the inside and fleece on the outside, making it the brand’s coziest coat yet. Just like the original, it features six roomy pockets, striking black zippers and tassels, and an expandable shape thanks to its side zippers. The faux sherpa-covered style comes in green beech, gray caviar, and tan apple cinnamon. 

There’s no word from Amazon on how long the savings will last. If you need a new coat and want to upgrade to something more stylish and unique, be sure to grab the Prime-eligible jacket before the prices go back up.

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