article was written by Liam Cronin.
a man. That much is clear. But you're complex. You have muscles (lots). You
like mountain tops, beer, and various sports. But you also like bunnies (In tea
cups? Stop.), being tender with your lover,
elimination-style reality television, and hummus. You're an intricate
collection of the world's brawniest, gentlest, and most honorable men all
wrapped up in one handsome nugget.
worry: As PETA's official ECSMA (Executive in Charge of Super-Manly
Activities*), I have a masculine assortment of leather-free, wool-free, and down-free coats for all the men you'll be this winter.
For the Rugged
getting chilly at the construction site, isn't it? Better throw on this cotton sandstone duck jacket from Carhartt. Hey, after work, let's go load up our trucks with lumber and put
an addition on your house, OK?
For the Rebel
I'm gonna take my hog down to Dead Man's Cliff and test out my brakes. Wanna come?
I know what you're thinking, but we won't get cold. This sleek faux-leather jacket from the geniuses at Obey will keep us cozy. Uh, I mean, tenaciously snuggly.
Wait. OK, that's fine.
Fer, Like, a Dude
brah, isn't it, like, crazy how we're, like, warm? Yes. Yes it is. Shred some
snow (Can you shred snow? You can, right?) in this nylon number from the hilarious dudes at Moosejaw.
For the Pea Poet
eyes are like the wilting sun
across the snowy
time with vegan
with this pea coat.
your inner poet with this
wool-free pea coat from the excellent Vaute Couture, aptly named "The Whitman." I would show you a better angle, but I
just can't look at you right now.
For the Economic
Sunday. It's snowy. Johnny Jr. has a soccer game. I'm wearing this. Wal-Mart
(hey, don't front) carries this glorious down-free puff-tacular snow-fit for only $40. Shovel the walk, scrape off the car, or just turn the heat down,
and with the extra cash, buy some of that hummus you like so much. Yum.
did I miss? Let us know where you find your cruelty-free coats for men by
an actual title. Lolz.
Almost all of us grew up eating meat, wearing leather, and going to circuses and zoos. We never considered the impact of these actions on the animals involved. For whatever reason, you are now asking the question: Why should animals have rights? Read more.