Built for the tough streets of East Coast cities.
Navigating the streets of New York on foot can be downright unbearable when those frigid, winter winds get whipping off the East river and channeled down the streets and avenues with their piercing, brutal power. Unless, of course, you're doing so in the undeniable style and protection of the Canada Goose Women's Brossard Jacket.
This jacket's Dura-Force construction is as tough as it sounds, keeping you well-protected from frozen gusts and light precipitation with its windproof and water-resistant design, while still remaining soft to the touch for reliable comfort. If the winds die down and things heat up, the mesh venting at its upper back help release excess warmth in a pinch. Then, the non-removable, reinforced hood is built to stand up to high winds, while its adjustable drawcord, along with ones at the hem and waist, keep the fit customizable to meet the needs of the day.
- Stylish, highly protective jacket for handling windy days
- Tough fabric is completely windproof and water-resistant
- Slim fit enhances your silhouette and keeps things comfortable
- Adjustable hood, hem, and waist allow for a customized fit
- Multiple zippered pockets stash your phone, wallet, and keys
- Item #CDG005I
- Q & A
Great In Between Jacket
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
- Fit: True to size
- Size Bought: Small
- Height: 5'8"
- Weight: 150lbs
Canada Goose is typically known for their super warm stylish jackets, but with this particular piece, they went more towards the in-between season look/feel. I'd call this jacket more of a wind/water resistant outer layer.
It is lightweight but not flimsy, so the material is durable and isn't noisy when I walk around. I'll wear this in the early fall early spring, mostly with a light sweater underneath.
Adjustable hood with a reinforced brim, grip-tape and snap cuffs, two-way front zipper, drawcord waist, waist pockets, inside pocket, lined and made of nylon.
I chose a small in this jacket as it is not fitted and has the ability to tighten the waist for a fitted look if that's your thing. For reference, I'll typically wear a small in The North Face, Prana, and Patagonia jackets.
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