Chilliwack Bomber Down Parka
The Canada Goose Chilliwack Bomber Down Parka was developed in the same style as those worn by post-war Canadian pilots when working on frigid Arctic runways, but you don't have to be out in the frozen tundra to enjoy its warmth. It's packed with North American duck down to keep you warm amidst freezing temps, and is built with tough Arctic Tech fabric to give you high performing water repellency in when snow starts to fly. A removable fur ruff helps disrupt winds to lower the risk of frostbite in extreme conditions, while a cuffed waist and sleeves ensure that the cold stays out. A storm flap prevents freezing winds from sneaking in the zipper, and low and high hand pockets are there when gloves just don't cut it.
- Stay warm in freezing whether with this down insulated parka
- 625-fill down keeps you toasty when everything else freezes over
- Arctic Tech fabric gives you tough water repellency
- Fur lined hood disrupts freezing winds in extreme conditions
- Cuffed waist and sleeves prevent the cold from sneaking in
- Hand pockets provide storage and a refuge from the cold
- Item #CDG007Z
What do you think about this product?
January 4, 2020
Worth the 600
I am a fat guy and not good looking But this jacket makes me look and feel so much better. About myself. Oh and it is so warm and light Great job Now go sue those guys with all the Canada gear knockoffs Nyc is flooded with them John
December 1, 2019
I think it was 2016 at the X Games when it was snowing like crazy at Buttermilk. The shoulder portion had an accumulation of snow and as soon as the area is heated up by body heat, it turned to water and started seeping into the seams. I felt wet and cold inside. I only wear this now when I know it is not snowing heavily. It is perfect for cold weather with blowing wind but not outside for a long time when it is snowing. To think this thing is Canada goose and hell expensive, I'd figure you would be protected totally from snow. I expected more from this brand! What the hell Canada Goose?
January 11, 2019
I heart Canada Goose
Everyone at the office says that my coat makes me cooler. I submit that it actually makes me warmer. Seriously. spend the money. I have been a Canada Goose fan for years now- and add to my collection annually. You should too.
John Peter Barrand
February 19, 2017
I want to cancel the orderãFor a small
November 11, 2016
Beware of the Zipper
I love absolutely everything about the jacket EXCEPT the fact that the zipper is made to be opened by a left-handed person. It appears that this is the way the company makes all their jackets, so unfortunately, there is no way to rectify this issue. If it wasn't for the above, the jacket would be perfect.
December 14, 2015
If I ordered this today would this be shipped to United Kingdom before Chris or after. Thanks
August 14, 2015
I've longed for a jacket to endure extreme conditions. Canada Goose seemed to be a well known brand for outerwear being durable to harsh winters. I contemplated whether I should get a L or XL, because I never knew anyone of my size that owned a Goose. I didn't know whether it ran large or small because everyone's body is different. Being that I am 6 ft, 205 lbs with an average build, I decided to go up a size and get the XL just in case I wanted to add more layers. When I tried it on, the sleeves were much longer than my own arms. Additionally, the coat felt a little bulky despite it being bigger than my torso. The bigger it was on me, the more weight it was to drag. The Goose however is still exceptionally warm. The fur really complements the coat and is too very warm on your neck. The XL is still indeed too large for me, and so I've decided to stick true to my size and exchange it for a L.
July 3, 2015
Best jacket I own
I love this jacket, it is the warmest piece of clothing i've ever owned. I tested it out in -6 C weather last night, which is nowhere near the extremes it's designed for, and I was roasting inside. Could not feel the cold at all. It's true to size, however is very short from what I am used to (it is a bomber after all), but it would be nice if it was an inch or so longer. If you bend down or reach up for something, the jacket kind of moves up your back... Other than that, it fits snug and the arm length is perfect. I'm 5'11 (180cm) and about 157lbs (71kg) I usually wear medium, and the medium size for this jacket fits me perfectly. If you're worried about size or plan to stack on the pounds, perhaps go one size up for the Chilliwack. The build a little bulky, but not any different to the other down jackets I have worn before (Helly Hansen, Kathmandu). The faux fur trim is nice, but if there is one thing I don't like about the jacket, it's that the fur kind of sits up behind your head when the hood is down, I haven't figured out a way to kind of "push" the hood down so it isn't as noticeable. The fur is very nice and actually useful when windy - its really obvious it is real fur by the way it looks and moves in the wind - so if you are worried about that, then maybe reconsider if you don't want people looking at it. I get lots of looks here in Australia when wearing it, as they don't sell Canada Goose over here - I've only ever seen one other person wearing one, which is great, because you stand out from the crowd and it's been a conversation starter more than a few times. Although one person at my work asked when I was going outside to put more money in the meter for my sled dogs. I said I parked them in the basement, so it was all good. Overall though, this jacket is very warm, it actually gets a little hot with anything more than a t-shirt underneath, although this may be different in -10 or -20 degree weather. But around -6 to 0 C, you definitely only need a t-shirt. The pockets are small, but useful, and the hand warmers are good, although they sit very high up near the ribs, which is awkward when you are walking. It is an easy jacket to own in a city - unlike parka's, you can drive with it fairly easily with the hood down, sit outside at a cafe, and generally walk around with it in your arms if it gets too hot without feeling like you're lugging around a bag of clothes. I got the graphite colour, which is pretty neutral as it goes with everything, but I've just seen the new cammo colour in the 2015 range which would be awesome, but backcountry.com don't have it online yet. Otherwise, I would have got the military green or the tan coloured one. Backcountry.com - awesome sales person on the live chat - his name is Josh R, he helped me make the order online. So helpful and different to the customer service we get here in Australia - I hope he got some of the commission from this $600 jacket! Shipping - amazing, considering I used a shipping forwarding company. Ordered on Saturday, received at shipping company on Wednesday morning (within BCs two day free shipping timeframe) and then got it the following Friday morning at my house in Australia. That's from one side of the US to the other, then across the Pacific to Australia. Top notch.
January 14, 2015
crazy good cold weather jacket
These things are hella expensive but they are the real deal... So worth it if you live somewhere, like I do, where winter temps in the -20s or -30s aren't uncommon. Material seems very sturdy, like it will hold up to a lot of use. The hood is a true snorkel hood, the kind used on authentic military parkas. Snorkel hoods are hard to find these days, but an essential feature of a true cold weather jacket. This allows you to create a narrow tube of warm air, warmed by your breath and insulated by the fur ruff, around your face, rather than having your face directly exposed to the elements. I spent a long time searching for an "affordable" parka with this feature and had trouble finding one. I've bought and returned a lot of disappointing parkas with hoods that simply offer no protection for the face. The real fur ruff is great but I do wish it zipped out. That would make it easier to launder the rest of the jacket. The zipper is heavy duty, but I've not had problems with it like some reviewers. The fit is regular/true to size. I am 5'9" and 150 lbs, typically swear a small or a 36R or 38R jacket. I ordered my regular size small but some of the reviews had me concerned that I should have sized up to medium. When I received the jacket, however, the size small was basically perfect, slightly generously cut but not too baggy. Body and sleeve length is fine. If I were going for a really slim fit, I would maybe size down, but on a piece of outerwear like this I prefer a slightly roomier fit. All in all I'm happy with the jacket and look forward to using it, even if I'm not especially looking forward to the conditions that will make me use it.
January 3, 2015
here's the deal about sizing
after plenty of tries and research and owning 5 goose jackets ive come up with a sizing chart that could help..i'm 5'11 170 i wear medium in clothing for a good fit the loose fitting like exped-resolute should downsize 2 sizes (xs for me) for the regular fit like chilliwack downsize 1 ( small for me) for the slim fit like banff-langford-chateau true to size (medium for me) if you want to multi layer or like a loose fit then just upgrade 1 size ex small for exped-resolute medium for chilli and large for banff-langford-chateau hope this will help!
November 21, 2014
Warm, warm, warm
As most everyone else has mentioned, this jacket is bonkers warm. Sitting inside, it really IS almost too hot to keep on. I've only used the jacket in 20-32 degree F weather but I can say it was toasty standing stationary for about 20-25 minutes and never felt any "cold" spots that were covered by this jacket. The fleece-lined pockets are great; even my un-gloved hands stayed reasonably warm. With regard to size, I have a pretty small frame. 5'9" at 150 lbs, small shoulders, 36" chest and 30" waist and a SM fit perfectly. I still have room for a sweatshirt or sweater without feeling constricted. The sleeves definitely run a bit short but in my case, most of the other SM-sized jackets I own (RAB and North Face), the sleeves tend to be just barely too long, so the shorter sleeves work for me. Length of the jacket is what one would expect from a bomber style cut. For reference, I wear my every-day denim at my hips, not my true waist: Arms at rest, the bottom falls to cover the belt loops. Arms in motion or raised, the bottom meets at the top of the pants. The hood is huge but functional and keeps the head just as warm as the body, it seems. The one complaint I have thus far is the zipper, as also mentioned by a few people below. It's a nightmare to operate and the only reason for -1 star because of how absolutely frustrating it is. Aside from that one SNAFU, the jacket is warm and stylish and couldn't really ask for anything more from a jacket. UPDATE 1/21/15: Just for reference, wind chills fell to below -20F tonight. Just walked in wearing this bomber with only a long sleeve t-shirt underneath and felt fine. Crazy enough that I had to edit this review to say so. I guess this officially makes me a Canada Goose fanboy.
November 14, 2014
Amazing Product - High Quality!
I just wanted to send you a message thanking you for creating such an incredible product. I am a professional photographer and shoot outdoors a lot. Recently I purchased a Men's Canada Goose Chilliwack Bomber Down Parka from a Moosejaw outlet store. Recently, I was subjected to - 32 degree windchill and the warmth and protection I experienced from the jacket is amazing. Merci beaucoup!
January 2, 2014
I'm From NY & this was the best 594 dollars I could ever spent. VERY warm & stylish. Can not beat that. Just wish that had more variety of color cause I really wanted the Forrest green.
December 27, 2013
Alright jacket, i'd go with the more expensive version to stay warmer
December 14, 2013
fabric on sleeves
I got this jacket two seasons ago...love the warmth but the fabric on the sleeves where it meets the cuffs is beginning to fall apart. Small holes are opening up where the material folds into the elastic cuff...just wouldn't imagine that this could happen to a 600$ jacket so soon. They need to redesign the sleeves or reinforce the material in that area. I tried to have Canada Goose honor their lifetime warranty but no go for the goose!
October 16, 2012
Wanted to love it but just tad too short
Loved the jacket but could not get used to it riding up every time I leaned forward. I'm 5'11" / 180lbs and size L was perfect for me. I tried sizes M and XL but sleeves and chest fit were perfect on L. If you are a fan of bomber style jackets then this is for you. I'll give it 5 stars because there was nothing wrong with the jacket, I just could not get used to using it. Top notch quality and as warm as they come.
February 2, 2012
I just got this jacketon tues jan31 2012. Totally love it, very well made and warm. Can not go wrong buying this jacket. The look is timeless and it is a jacket that will last for many years.
January 11, 2012
Urban & Outdoor lifestyle
I totally love this jacket. I got it in the celtic green & totally love it. Wearing it in the streets of Toronto, only requires me in a T-shirt b/c it keeps me totally warm. I took it up to Blue Mountain & totally fell in love with it when I returned to my suite wet since I was sweating in minus 20 degrees temperature. This jacket totally rocks! Moreover, in TO its also a fashion statement.
December 20, 2011
just ordered a chilliwack xl, after having it exchanged for my xl constable, i was excited as hell cause im a wimp and freeze easily. i was told to stick with an xl, but it fits completley different then the constable. with a sweater on underneath, i was able to zip up but looked like i couldnt breath!, make sure you size up with this jacket!! it will be worth it, now im stuck waiting another week to wear this jacket, which sucks, however stick with backcountry.com, they are the best customer service people i have ever dealt with. it was truly a pleasure. and i spoke with 4 or five different people, however even tho the size ended up wrong, emily is still the best!!
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