Arctic style for everyday endeavors.
- Arctic Tech fabric
- 625-fill power duck down insulation
- Slim fit
- Three-way adjustable hood with removable coyote fur trim
- Recessed heavy-duty rib-knit cuffs
- Brushed tricot-lined chin guard
- Item #CDG003O
- Q & A
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
- Fit: True to size
- Size Bought: XL
- Height: 5'11"
- Weight: 200lbs
This parka is the warmest thing ever. I've never been able to wear so little underneath my outer layer and still stay this warm.
The 625-fill power duck down insulation offers unrivaled warmth and comfort, without an overly puffy look. The Carson protects against the most extreme of cold and wind. I've used this all across the country. It did its job in the brutal Midwest winter complete with driving wind and snow. It's done it's job on the coldest resort days in Utah and Idaho (in fact it's been almost too warm.) It's done it's job when I'm too lazy to put a shirt on to take the garbage out in the morning.
Sure just having a piece of outerwear that says Canada Goose on the side is pretty sweet, but it's even sweeter when the product lives up to the name and hype.
Caution, this is for extreme cold. If you're going to be getting the blood flowing and moving around a lot while wearing this jacket, you will get hot. I bought the XL to ensure a looser fit. Because that's just how I roll.
Perfect for the nasty weather in Chicago
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
- Fit: True to size
- Size Bought: medium
- Height: 5'8"
- Weight: 165lbs
I bought this jacket with the idea of not having to layer again in the god forsaken City of Chicago during Winter, so far it has kept me warm, VERY warm. I haven’t tested it to the limits but I’ve been cozy and warm during our most miserable days yet. Lifetime warranty? Yes, sign me up. You’ll probably be another of the hundred persons in your city with this jacket, but if you are like me and you just want to be warm then this is your best buy yet.
There are a few alternatives out there which I won’t mention nevertheless, those brands don’t offer life time warranty and lets face it, since this jacket has lifetime warranty you may end up passing it down to your children. Do you want to own an all-synthetic jacket that can’t be fixed? Or do you want to hand them down something they can keep wearing and say “Boy was dad on fleek, this jacket is the shiznit, made of real duck plumages and even authentic fox fur, ohhh yeeee.”
Which size should I get? Medium or Large? I'm 6", 185lbs, 32" waist and 40" chest.