In celebration of their 60th anniversary, as well as Canada’s 150th birthday, Canada Goose debuts a new limited edition coat, designed to withstand the harshest conditions on the planet, even temperatures below -22 degrees Fahrenheit. “The Canada Coat” is unisex, pulling inspiration from the iconic parkas made for the Canadian Rangers and Lance Mackey, Goose Person and four-time Iditarod winner.
Design details include “Canada” stitched on the drop-down flap on the back, two mesh kidney pouches for protection against extreme temperatures, a D-ring on the chest pocket to hold gloves, 3M reflective detail across the back and chest pockets, fleece-lined hand warmer pockets, and an insulated elastic nylon snow skirt.
A symbol of Canada Goose’s homeland, in addition to the brand’s commitment to meeting the rugged demands of the Arctic, the outerwear is available in red and black colorways (150 red and 250 black) for $1,695 USD in Canada Goose flagship stores.
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