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When they designed the Men's Hybridge Hooded Jacket, the good folks at Canada Goose used body-mapping to determine the areas of your body that most need insulation. With this knowledge in mind, they determined that softshell fabric at the shoulders, hood, and sleeves (anywhere but the core, in other words) offered the greatest dividends in comfort, breathability, and mobility, while forcing the least compromise in insulation. The result is a high-speed, stretchy mobility without a substantial loss in warmth.

At the core, where insulation is the premium concern, Canada Goose stuck with its traditional hardshell/down insulation construction. Premium 750-fill Hutterlite down insulation ensures cold spots are a thing of the distant past, and a sleek, slim fit make it a hit around town or in the foothills. The shoulders, sleeves, and hood are made from three-layer Tri-Endurance softshell fabric, which is water-resistant, breathable, abrasion-resistant, and is backed with high-loft fleece for warmth. Recessed Lycra cuffs add warmth, and the Hybridge's hip-length cut provides a bit more cold-weather protection than a traditional jacket. 

Canada Goose certainly didn't forget about the details in the design of the Hybridge Jacket. Articulated sleeves give the jacket a comfortable, natural feel. While most manufacturers design a storm flap into their jackets, Canada Goose actually insulates theirs. They also included two tricot-lined zippered hand pockets and a left-hand drop-in interior pocket for security. The finish of f the Hybridge, Canada Goose added reflective tape at the lower sleeves for added visibility.

  • Nylon/spandex softshell fabric on the shoulders, hood, and sleeves
  • 20D nylon main body fabric with DWR
  • Soft, durable, recycled polyester lining with DWR
  • 750-fill white duck down insulation
  • Hip length
  • Shaped hood with high-collar design
  • Recessed Lycra cuffs
  • YKK pocket zips
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  • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer
  • Fit:Runs small

I bought this jacket elsewhere and the 2012 version. I will be writing this review assuming that the jacket has remained the same and from the perspective of someone who owns the hood-less version.

This is a versatile jacket that can survive the Toronto,ON (Canada) weather. The windproofing is excellent and the waterproofing is an excellent feather. It zips up high so your neck is protected. The fit is slim fit so buyer beware if you like your jackets to be a bit roomy for layering. I've used it on temps around 5C (around 55F) and -20 (-4f).

Cons: I can't really think of any. It's bang for buck if you ask me and I'll be keeping mine for as long as I can.

I have the Lodge hoody and I find this a bit more versatile. They're similar in a way that you can use them at varying conditions although I would find the Lodge to be a bit warmer because of the added insulated arms and hoody. I will not compare this with the Chilliwack as they're 2 different jackets but I had one before and I hated the fact it wasn't breathable. I have used the Hybridge to run once on sub zero conditions and I appreciated the fact that it's breathable.

sizing is way off

  • Fit:Runs small

I just received my hybridge jacket. The sizing is at least 1 size small. I have just under a size 40 chest and I'm in a large. It feels tight across my back and the arms feel a little short. I like my clothing very slim fit but, this is ridiculous. Other than sizing, the jacket appears to be very nice.


I'm 6'-1" tall, 36" chest and 150 lbs.

What's Sizing should i purchase? (i always like my clothing slim fit.)

I would do a Medium. If you are able to purchase 2 sizes that is what I would recommend and we will pay for the return shipping cost of which ever one you send back. Give me a shout if you would like to get this set up.

Eric Watford

Expert Gearhead

Ext. 6069