When you feel like shipping your little one off to the Arctic, don’t forget the Canada Goose Chilliwack Parka.
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I am totally confused with the sizeing of these coats,i am trying to buy the chilliwack bomber for my 14 yr old son,i recently bought the size XL youth 16/18 it came but would fit more like a 2yr old child,.i sent it back and they said i would have to buy a mens size for him,can someone please help me to find his exact size to fit him,.thank you joanne
Hi I'm 5'3 and weigh about 130, should I get a large or XL?
is this a trustworothy website to order a very expensive coat over (canada goose coat), and get it sent to canada?
The Site has been around for years with a loyal following and great track record. I would not be worried at all.
Hi im 14years old and weigh about 50kg can I fit this jacket?
hi, im 5'7 or 5'8 and i weigh about 165-170 pounds would a LARGE be sufficient?
My answer is for the adult jackets as I have not tried the youth ones. But hopefully it will be of help to someone. I am 6' and 169 pounds and was trying on both the Chilliwack and Yorkville bombers recently. The medium in either jacket was a perfect fit and the large was ok but a bit bulky on my. With these jackets you probably are not going to layer unless you get REALLY cold easily. You have to remember Canada Goose has three categories of fit and these are the Regular fit in their line. So they will usually follow your normal jacket sizing .
The better online retailers (such as this site) are good about exchanging for size if you make a mistake but pay attention to which of the three fits you are looking at. In their Slim Insulated I would likely take a large. In Relaxed Insulated I can fit in a small.
HI, IM 100 POUNDS AND IM 5.4.IM A KID WOULD A LARGE FIT OR WOULD IT E SMALL?
is the fur real on these?
Sure is. Coyote fur.
PLEASE PLEASE ANSWER ME, being 1m85 would it look weird on me or exactly like a chilliwack for men if i bought one in L or XL maybe, what size would fit me? Please answer me
Hello. I'm 17, 1M83, 65Kg, i'd like to know if i could wear this parka, and what size could fit me.. Also, is there any difference between the men's chilliwack and the boy's down parka cut wise? On that picture the parka seems to be slightly longer in length..
Answer me quick please, really need advise as soon as possible.
how long -height wise- is the parka? i was hoping it would be short like the bomber jacket. Also im 17 years of age and 170 cm tall. what size would anyone recommend?
i live in toronto ontario.. i saw this black jacket.. uhm idk what size would be good, i'm 5'5 125 so.. lmao idk if a small? maybe.. i saw some person below saying that the elastic around the bottom is really tight? anyways how much is this jacket in preticular and where can i find one if anyone knows?
I am 5.8ft and 128lbs. Can I wear XL?
Hello. I am interested in Canada Goose Chilliwack Down Parka - Boys (Size XL)
Tell me please:
1) Armpit to cuff
2) Armpit to armpit
3) Height from base of hood to bottom of jacket cuff
How can I be sure that this jacket is 100% authentic? Im looking to pick one up, but there are a lot of fakes out there. Maybe you can help me out ?
Click this link:
Or you can check the Canada Goose site and see if they are an authorized dealer.
I bought this parka XS/blue for my 5 year old son. Great quality construction, the fur collar was great and the coat seemed super-warm. Overall seemed worth the big price, especially if you can hand-down to a little brother.
The problem was the elasticized waistband at the base of the coat. It was RIDICULOUSLY small.
My son is slightly small/skinny for a 5 year old...he weighs 39 pounds and is 44" (His XS TNF Denali fleece is roomy on him.). When I tried the Chilliwack on him, I literally could NOT squeeze the parka around his waist in order to zip it. The elasticized band was so small/constricting that we could not zip the parka.
Again...I loved the quality/workmanship and overall styling, but the teensy-tiny elastic waistband made this one a no-go.
We went with a North Face McMurdo...fits great, super warm, lots less $$$.
hi i'm about 4 foot 11 or 5 feet and i'm really skinny but i'm 19 do you think the childrens chillawack park is good for me and if so what size should i get in the jacket ?
I'm 5'1" and about 93lbs. The Womens Chilliwack XXS should be a good fit.
I am 20 years old, 5'7"... i really like this jacket but i am not sure if the xxl will be long enough for what i want since it is in child sizes. what is the sleeve length and the torso length on the Canada Goose Chilliwack Parka(kids)?
I am an Asian woman ( 157cm).which size is good for me?
Im 14 but pretty slim, and i want this coat to last 2 seasons at least, what size would be most sufficient a Large or a extra large?