Looks to suit your lifestyle, warmth to accommodate adventure.
The Canada Goose Women's Camp Down Hoodie can perform a bit of magic, it seems—call it the Hood-ini, if you will. One minute you're wearing it for its extreme warmth during backcountry activities and the next it is compressed to virtually nothing. Where did it go? Well, this good-looking yet durable little number, with a full-featured hood and drop-down tail, merely disappeared into the its own hand pocket. Poof. Magic.
- Basecamp 20D nylon shell makes this jacket durable
- The 750-fill Hutterite white duck down provides superior warmth, compressibility, rebound, and weight-savings
- Four-way adjustable tunnel hood protects against high winds
- Hip length with a drop tail for more protection
- Insulated center front storm flap
- Brushed tricot at chin for comfort and at back of neck for increased warmth
- Recessed Lycra stretch cuffs
- Canada Goose rating: use in cold conditions (5 through 32°F)
- Item #CDG3399
- Q & A
Canada Goose Camp Down Hoodie - Women's
I come from the flock of Southern Geese
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
- Fit: Runs small
This may be one of, if not, my favorite winter jacket. I got it for a goose sponsored adventure to Antarctica this past winter, and it was bomber. Pop this puppy on (and maybe a wind layer) and you will be able to stand on the bow of the ship watching whales and icebergs float on by. Want to sit out and watch the southern cross at night? Pull up the hood and you will feel perfectly warm and cozy as you float on the southern ocean.
Since Antarctica, this thing has actually replaced my Expedition Parka as my Maine winter jacket of choice. From ski trips, to winter car camping it has yet to let me down....
Need I mention it is also HELLA stylish? I feel completely at home whether im walking down 5th avenue, skinning up the Whites, or just walking to class on those 4 degree mornings. (my roommate would take it whenever I wasnt wearing it, she REALLY wants one).
Its positive features (which are ingenious and I usually discovered them as I was wishing that they'd exist) include: a pullstring at the bottom to block out the air... that PULLS FROM INSIDE THE POCKETS, peace out frozen fingers. The thing has double layers of outter fabric, so any feathers that come out are still keeping you warm, instead of blowing in the wind. Also, the interior stuff-to-become-a-pillow pocket is soft and fuzzyish. The pocket is the appropriate size to fit some bottles, for easy mobility of your beverages around your standard college campus. (the pocket is nearly impossible to actually make a pillow out of... the thing just wont pack down... and the pillow kind of sucks, but I wear this thing to bed so why would I want it as my pillow anyways...)
The only real downside has been that its cut a little tight in the butt. I got a medium (im generally a small) and it hugs my bottom a little too much sometimes.... but hey, it just keeps out a little more cold that way right? Also after wearing it almost daily since december, the down has lost a little fluff, but really that was to be expected.