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Put cold in its place with this warm parka.

Get serious authority over cold winter weather when you pull on the Canada Goose Men’s Constable Parka. This heavy-duty coat features fluffy duck down insulation and a tough Arctic-Tech shell to let you rule the cold with an iron fist. A zipper storm flap and a removable hood give you extra protection during frigid whiteouts, and the knit cuffs provide comfort while keeping out snow and cold air. Four large front pockets hold extra gloves and all your small essentials.

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Myson is 6'3" and weighs 200lbs. what size...

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Myson is 6'3" and weighs 200lbs. what size would you suggest? Large? x-Large? thanks

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I would say X-Large would be a good fit for him.

4 5

Solid coat, could use more down in arms

  • Gender: Male
  • Familiarity: I've used it several times
  • Fit: True to size

Positives-Good style, blocks wind well, hood has solid down lining, torso good too. Overall material is good.
Negatives-Too thin in the arms.
It's definitely not for harsh conditions unless you have a good layer underneath, but will serve you well in most cold temperatures. I just wore it home with just an oxford shirt on underneath in 25 degree windy weather and it held up pretty well. I wish it had more down in the arms, and the interior pocket was better, but overall it is a good coat. Overall it could use more down.

Do these run big? I a 6'4" 235lbs , a 48-50...

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Do these run big? I a 6'4" 235lbs , a 48-50 suit jacket. XL or XXL? Thoughts?
Thanks!

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Matt,

Could you provide us with a little more info?

Chest Size
Waist Size
Height
Inseam

This will all help me figure out your general proportions. Thanks!

Jared D.
Gearhead
800.409.4502 ext 4055

4 5

Good - not too puffy, pretty warm

  • Gender: Male
  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

Tried maybe 6 styles of CG. For me this is the best. Plenty warm for all but most extreme conditions (this is a TEI 4 coat, not a 5); plenty of movement (also a benefit of a TEI 4), Constable has good side zippers (the selling point for me); i have had no problem with feather loss as some others have complained. True, the hand warmers are mostly a joke, but good enough. If you are wearing this coat you probably have gloves with you anyway
Hood is fine - but not as warm as the "TEI 5" series coats (again this is a TEI 4 coat).
4 of 5 stars since, while warm enough for how I intend to use it, it likely is not worth the hype and the extra money - but it is built well and will likely out live me

BEFORE you buy, you gotta call CG directly - every style coat is cut differently, even if the description says "regular fit" The constable is a larger regular fit allowing me to get a Medium size. I have ranged between a Small and a Large in a Regular Cut - The company has extra measurement information that retailers dont have - call - they are helpful

5 5

constable jacket

I just got a Constable (from another supplier that had the size and color I wanted)-but I got my Expedition here. The Constable is definitely true to size-I would not get a size smaller than you usually wear. This coat is lighter and thinner than I expected,so I hope it does the job. The Michigan winter this year has not given me any chance to put any winter gear to the test-it's been in the '40s just about every day so far this winter.

2 5

Very warm - with a few flaws

I live in Norway and bought this jacket mostly for using around town when the temperatures are in the teens and twenties and lower. This coat is hands down the warmest I've ever owned. The construction quality is top notch and I generally like the styling. I chose this jacket because of Canada Goose's reputation and because I liked this jacket's price point and the fact that they don't use fur.

Unfortunately, this coat is far from perfect. The drawstring waist does not completely encircle the waist, therefore this jacket is extremely prone to heat loss due to drafts - even just walking can create an unpleasant "bellows" effect. There are no hand-warmer pockets, which to my mind is just inexcusable - I find myself unzipping the sides and putting my hands inside the coat to keep them warm, which works just OK. I would have also liked a more iPod-friendly interior pocket - though in the face of the two preceding issues, this is a minor quibble.

The bottom line is that I really can't recommend this coat unless, like me, you insist on buying Canada Goose but balk at wearing real fur. Otherwise, I would opt for the one of the other parkas.

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I agree with Ook2606065's comments.

I returned mine because it was shedding down out of the interior stitching. Anytime I wore it I came out with 30-50 tiny feathers on me. It was water resistant enough for Seattle. I'm 6'3" so the parka length was great.

I loved the look of the jacket, but after a couple months of shedding, what I thought was a "new jacket" phenomenon did not improve so I had to send it back.

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