Outerwear by Canada Goose
In the arctic part of northern Canada, one of the world’s coldest occupied areas, the need to be kept nice and warm is part of everyday life. This is where jackets by Canada Goose come in. The company was founded in Toronto in 1957, and has since been supplying the Canadian rangers, members of expeditions, Arctic researchers, extreme mountaineers, mushers, and oil rig personnel with their warm, down-filled parkas. It was not without reason that the first Canadian to climb Mount Everest relied on his Canada Goose jacket. Outerwear by Canada Goose is a winter wear favourite also in our latitudes and in urban surroundings, offering elegant protection against cold temperatures around freezing. Among the jackets’ avowed fans are many celebrities such as Morgan Freeman, Ed Westwick, Sacha Baron Cohen and Mr. James Bond – Daniel Craig.
WHAT YOU SEE IS WHAT YOU GET
100% Canada-based production has been a matter of conviction right from the start. Local craftsmanship is an important factor for the jackets’ quality and conformity. Cold temperatures are also an aspect of national identity and who could be in a better position to assess quality than those who the product was developed for and who it was inspired by? Depending on the model, the jackets have a heat retention capacity of up to -30°C. They are also wind and water repellent and the hoods feature a fleece lining and traditional coyote fur trimmings. The company has more than 40 years’ worth of experience in procession downs. Only downs of the highest quality are used to ensure excellent insulation and extremely light weight. The jackets are breathable despite of their warming properties and the elastic stretch content keeps up with every movement. So there is nothing stopping you from your next (urban) expedition.
Canada GooseDown parka 'Windermere Black Label' olive