Brookvale Down Jacket
From roaming frozen city streets to chilly fall hikes, the Canada Goose Men's Brookvale Down Jacket will keep you cozy and comfortable. Its stretchy fabric and packable insulation make it versatile enough to handle everyday excursions and active adventures alike. Rock it solo in the city or layer it under a shell when you're up in the mountains—either way, you can't go wrong.
Down insulation keeps the jacket lightweight and compressible while still offering serious warmth. In fact, it even packs into its own internal pocket, making it a perfect choice for stashing in your ski pack or camping kit. The outer fabric is water-resistant to handle light rain and snow, and it's flexible for freedom of movement. Elastic at the cuffs and a windguard under the front zipper seal out brisk breezes, and brushed tricot at the back of the neck and cuffs provides increased comfort and warmth.
- Down insulator is light, lofty, and compressible for cold adventures
- Vereflex fabric is water-resistant, windproof, and stretchy
- Stretchy cuff bindings and adjustable hem ensure a secure fit
- Jacket packs into internal mesh pocket for compact storage
- Item #CDG003R
- Q & A
CG Brookvale Jacket
- Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
- Fit: Runs small
- Size Bought: XL
- Height: 5'10"
- Weight: 190lbs
This is a great jacket if you want to wear down and not look like Mr. Staypufft. It's really incredible how such a lightweight jacket can keep you so warm. My only knock would be that for the money, they should put some kind of closure mechanism, such as Velcro or preferably a zipper, on the inside pocket. The sizes do run small and I'm glad I got the XL. Overall I would give it about a 4.5.
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
- Fit: True to size
- Size Bought: MEDIUM
- Height: 5'11"
- Weight: 165lbs
Lightweight, and so warm! Plus the cinch cord in the collar means I don't need to wear a scarf. Cinch around the waist, plus the lack of exposed stitching, makes this jacket windproof. I've worn it in 20 degrees (F) with just a regular t-shirt and shirt underneath, doing very little activity, and been toasty warm. The zipper can be a bit finicky to get started, but that's a minor inconvenience at best. I highly recommend this jacket.