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    Ready for the harshest days of winter.

    Our neighbors to the north know a thing or two about keeping warm in the winter, proof being the Canada Goose Women's Chilliwack Bomber. This Canada Goose classic features a bomber style that’s just the thing for a window-shopping expedition in a mountain resort village, while the Chilliwack’s premium down insulation and luxurious, frost-proof coyote hood trim stand up to frigid winds on an exposed sleigh ride. A tough DWR finish on the soft, quiet shell fabric repels melting snowflakes, while a storm flap across the heavy-duty zipper and beefy rib-knit cuffs keep out drafts. When the temperatures drop, your fingers can find a cozy hideout inside the fleece-lined handwarmer pockets.

    • Canada Goose's classic bomber-style winter jacket
    • Down insulation carries a high warmth-to-weight ratio
    • Rugged fabric withstands heavy wear and tear
    • Water-resistant finish repels snowfall and light rain
    • Coyote fur trim protects face from wind chill
    • Double reinforced elbows increase durability
    • Fleece-lined pockets warm hands during cold walks
    • Item #CDG0001

    Tech Specs

    [shell] Arctic-Tech (85% polyester, 15% cotton), DWR coating, [lining] nylon, [trim] coyote fur
    625-fill down
    Center Back Length
    [external] 2 front cargo, 2 hand, 1 sleeve, [internal] 1 drop-in
    Recommended Use
    casual, alpine & expedition, skiing
    Manufacturer Warranty
    Fur Information
    coyote, Canada origin, natural, RN 68F8490

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    I am very conflicted about this coat.

      Oh, Canada Goose coat, it's not you, it's me. Or maybe it is you, actually. I bought this coat with such high hopes. It is SO cute, I love the cut, and nothing beats CG for warmth. To be clear, that is all true with this coat as well. I have it in an army green color (I was so tempted by the red, but it was more $ at the time). This is hands down the best jacket I own. It fits true to size, except I feel the arms are ALMOST too short. Like, they are straddling the line between too short and just right, and they cross it sometimes. As others have noted, the pockets are cute but placed oddly, so not super functional or comfortable. The hood is super adjustable, which is a nice touch, and the coyote fur is so much warmer than faux fur. This is not flattering on me, I look like the pills bury dough boy. Which is to be expected in any puffer, but it is even pudgier in real life than the photos show. Again, WARM WARM WARM. But I probably would go with a different style if I had a do-over.


      • Familiarity: I've used it several times
      • Fit: Runs small
      • Size Bought: large
      • Height: 5'3"
      • Weight: 135lbs

      I purchased this last week and wore it to the lake yesterday-sun was out, but cold and windy on the ice. I was cozy warm! The hand warmer pockets could be a bit deeper, but work fine-placement is good. I have many jackets, and this one will be one of my favorites. I bought a large, as I read others saying to size up. It was a good choice, but I like things on the loose side.

      The finest winter jacket I have owned.

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
      • Fit: Runs small
      • Size Bought: XL
      • Height: 5'11"
      • Weight: 206lbs

      I purchased this jacket in 2010 off season (it's a little less $$) in a men's XL size. I reserve the jacket for the coldest weather only. Typically I define that as any temperature below 20 degrees F. This is an extremely warm jacket. The hood alone is almost worth the price. I walk my dog often in the bitter cold Kansas / Wisconsin winters where wind chills are often well below zero. When my face gets cold enough I pull up the hood which envelops your head better than any jacket hood ever. The hood can be cinched down to a small opening totally blocking the wind on the side of your face.

      In 2012 I purchase one for my wife Karen, she like me only gets it out when temperatures are the coldest and she loves the jacket.

      The materials making up the jacket are excellent quality.

      This is a jacket for a lifetime of use.

      Stylish but not necessarily functional

      • Familiarity: I returned this product before using it
      • Fit: True to size
      • Size Bought: Small
      • Height: 5'8"
      • Weight: 130lbs

      Warm, awesome hood, nice cut. I don't like that to use the pockets, you have to put your hands through the top as opposed to from the side.

      style over practicality

      • Fit: Runs small
      • Size Bought: medium
      • Height: 5'5"
      • Weight: 130lbs

      This bomber is cuter than most parkas and MUCH warmer than any other short coat I have. It’s stylish but when it comes down to it, this is great for errands or walking short distances but not practical for city living or extended periods of time outside. The hand pockets are located on the front of the coat, like literally on the front under the chest area. It’s kind of ridiculous to walk around with your hands there, but oh well. Nonetheless, I still like this cutie but I don’t love it. For reference, I’m 5’5, 130lbs, 36D and I took a Medium. This style runs small, especially across the chest and back so if you’re busty, I’d suggest sizing up.

      Best Winter Jacket Hands Down

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
      • Fit: True to size
      • Size Bought: Medium
      • Height: 5'0"
      • Weight: 120lbs

      I purchased this last year to battle some crazy New York winter / storms (I mostly work outside) and it saved me from freezing. It's my first time purchasing Canada Goose and even though it was highly recommended to me by my friends - it felt like a great investment to me despite it's priciness. I love that they have lifetime warranty so there goes me every buying a winter jacket in the future. I barely have to layer clothing when I wear this!

      Form over Function

      • Familiarity: I've used it several times
      • Fit: Runs small
      • Size Bought: Large
      • Height: 5'8"
      • Weight: 160lbs

      This looks cooler than some other winter coats but is also less practical. It is extremely warm and suitable for harsh conditions (windchills into the negatives etc), actually too felt too warm when it got into the upper thirties.

      I know it is supposed to be a bomber style but I wished that it was longer, even so. The "hand pockets" are in a hilarious location (right over the chest). I can't imagine anyone walking around or even standing with their hands actually inside of these pockets (with a straight face anyhow).

      The fur is luxurious but I found myself fretting over whether it would be damaged by the wear and tear of being thrown around during everyday life. I tried zipping the hood all the way up once, partly because I was clowning around, and the zipper got stuck there! I was eventually able to unzip it but I'm deducting a few more points for that because it's really an inconvenient situation to be stuck inside your coat with the hood all the way up. Especially considering the price point, every part of this jacket should be awesome quality.

      Last note: according to the size chart provided, I should technically be a medium. There is no way that would have fit me, it would definitely have been too small! Recommend sizing up, especially if you want room for bulky winter layers underneath.

      Great Product

      • Familiarity: I've used it several times
      • Fit: True to size

      This is a great everyday jacket. Although I wish the fur trim on the hood is removable! I'm 5'1, 105 lbs. The XS fits me just nice with some room for another layer, although I don't think I'll ever need it even for Michigan weather. I also have the Canada Goose Mystique Parka XS size for outdoor use during winter, like the removability and the wire enhancement on the fur trim of the hood! Too bad this jacket doesn't offer such options.

      Great down Jacket!!

      • Fit: True to size

      This is a great down jacket!!! I am 5'4 and 125 pounds, and XS fits so good! The custom service is amazing!! I ordered this jacket on thursday morning but because I offered a wrong billing address, they shipped this item late in the night after I made a call to custom service. Surprisingly, I got this jacket on friday afternoon because they chose to use next day air service!!!! Thank you guys, and I will recommend this website to my friends.

      Warm with mobility!

        I have the Canada Goose Women's Chilliwack Bomber. I finally decided to invest in a warm winter coat here in the U.S. midwest. I usually stay away from down winter coats because they impede my motion, including driving and just generally moving around. This Bomber is super warm. I love the coyote fur hood. It's so cavernous and toasty. It stays on, it's adjustable, and it keeps the wind out. The sleeves keep snow out and away from your bare arms when you're clearing it from your car. For me, the sleeves are a great length. I'm 5'5", medium athletic frame, and I ordered a medium. It's a little short, so when I get out of the car, I'm often pulling it down, but it's not that big of a deal because I like the mobility it affords me. The number of pockets is spectacular! And it's super light. I wouldn't hesitate to wear this with just a t-shirt on underneath for short trips outside.

        It Keeps Her Warm

          I bought the jacket for my wife. Inially, she did not like the it - believing it to be: too boxy; too unsustainable with its use of real fur; and too fattening (she believed that it makes he look fat). However, it happened to be a very cold day when I presented the jacket to her as a birthday present. So she agreed to try it on outside in the cold (very reluctantly) and has worn every day since then because it keeps her warm and is really practical for everyday use with its many useful pockets. Since then several people have commented favourably on the style, quality and colour of the jacket. I believe that my wife is 'still in denial' when it comes to this item. While she now claims that the jacket is OK. Meanwhile, I really believe that she looks great in it and seems a lot warmer compared with her other dodgy coats and now that she understands that the fur is allegedly from a sustainable source she seems much more relaxed about the fur trim. (Mind you, she seems pretty pleased with the fur trim the other day when it was bitterly cold and very windy). She wanted to give this jacket three star - presumably to save face but I've given it four stars because it looks the business and makes her look the business too.


            I am 5'6", 130 lbs and an athletic build, I bought the Medium and it fit perfectly. I wore it around Colorado this winter with only gloves and a shirt underneath, and I was extremely warm. All around the best jacket I have bought probably ever, I have found my loyalty line!

            The sleeves provide full coverage when my arms are at my sides or outstretched but if I reach for something the arm rides up about the width of the cuff. This jacket keeps me toasty warm on the coldest winter day.

            Amazing Customer Service!

              I live in Toronto Canada and after spending days and days going store to store, and calling ALL over the country, I came across backcountry through Luckily, they had one blue topaz in size small left, however I came across the problem of not being able to get it shipping to Canada. I spoke with one of their employee's who was more than helpful and followed up with me by calling me back as I did need to figure a way to get it to Canada. They were also able to put the jacket on hold for around a week while I sorted out the shipping details. Luckily, I found a UPS store that accepts packages just over the boarder from Niagara Falls, and drove to pick up the jacket.

              It is very hard to find company's that will go out of their way to make a customer happy, however backcountry did just that! They have amazing customer service!

              What? There is no shipping to Canada unless you have it shipped to a broker on that side of the border. Canada Goose has this site listed as an online retailer for Canada too! This is very frustrating despite the stellar customer service of this site. Since this is the first I'm hearing of the situation and I've spent two months with this in my favorites waiting for the Kensington to come back in stock.

              Canada Goose makes great, great coats but, after speaking with TWO local retailers super frustrated with them. I think despite really wanting this coat I am not going to buy it. Locally they ship out to our stores in JULY and AUGUST. Who knew? Who wants to think about paying over six hundred dollars for a coat in the summer when you can't even enjoy wearing it for another six months.By the time most people start shopping for a winter coat all of these are sold out due to supply not meeting demand and the fact that most people wouldn't know Canada Goose ships to retailers in the heat of summer.

              Further, the local retailers had issues with them on other counts. One being the cost when North Face quality except for the fur ruff was equal to this. A fur ruff and can be bought for about one hundred twenty five dollars if it is the coyete Canada Goose uses.

              I have no idea why this retailer is so difficult. First they run out of stock all over the place. Second, the U.S. has far more stock than Canada where they are made and then we can't order from here and their coats are double what other similar coats cost. Yes, I think they are worth the cost in general but, the other hassles they create for both retailers and customers are huge pita and I'm really sick of it.

              Not buying Canada Goose for the above reasons and some local stores are tired of stocking problems with them too. Don't blame them one bit. Canada Goose, get your act together.

              Unanswered Question

              I am 170 cm, 120 kg. So what size will suit me? I am confused, I want to have one that is perfect!

              I'm 6' tall (182cm) and about 130lbs (58kg).. Any recommendations on sizing? I almost always have trouble with length as you can imagine.

              I'm intending on wearing this jacket all winter for everyday & snowboarding but I'm not sure if sizing up too much or getting a men's size would make me look too boxy.


              Since you are tall and usually have trouble with length you might want to just opt for one of their other styles. (I am not particularly tall at 5'8" but have a long torso, I found the length of the coat and the sleeves to be a little shorter than I'd like.)

              I wonder how heavy it is. I have a Canada...

              I wonder how heavy it is. I have a Canada Goose Expedition Down Parka and it is heavy to carry it around in door. If this Chilliwack is lighter, I want to get it!

              Unanswered Question

              My friend got this jacket (from a different...

              My friend got this jacket (from a different retailer) and the sleeves were very thin compared to my Expedition parka. Also the one she got was tight across the back shoulers. (SHe's a size 4, but got a size medium in women's to accommodate some layering.) Is this jacket supposed to have less down stuffing in the sleeves compared to the Expedition parka (around half the thickness) and does it run very small through the back shoulders or did my friend get a counterfeit? I'm interested in getting another Canada Goose jacket, one that's a bit shorter than the Expedition parka, but don't know if I should order this style or select another style. IF this is the way it's supposed to be, can you reccommend antoher style that would be shorter than the Expedition parka, but still REALLY warm? Thanks in advance for your insight and advice.

              Hi all, I would like to know what is the...

              Hi all, I would like to know what is the difference between women and men model ?

              Thank you in advance


              I have heard that there are alot of...

              I have heard that there are alot of counterfit Canada Goose Down Jackets out there that are made with sub standard products. how do i know that this is legit and not a fake???

              Unanswered Question

              Hi im getting so confused with sizing can...

              Hi im getting so confused with sizing can anyone help... im 5'3 and about 9 stone.. im normally a size 12 in uk jackets... any ideas what would be the best size. Im just normal build not big or small :) appreciate any help

              Unanswered Question

              Does the jacket fall at your hips or waist....

              Does the jacket fall at your hips or waist. I am 5'4 and would like a parka that is hip length.

              I just bought this jacket in white. I love...

              I just bought this jacket in white. I love it, but am a little worried about it getting dirty. Did I read something about the fabric being stain resistant?

              I found this on Canada Goose's website:

              LORO PIANA STORM SYSTEM The Loro Piana Storm System® fabric comprises a double barrier:

              The Rain System® water repellent treatment for the face of the fabric, where an invisible treatment wraps each fibre so that drops of water bead away from the surface, in addition to protecting the face of the fabric from dust, dirt and liquid stains.
              The exclusive hydrophilic membrane laminated on the back of the fabric to create a lightweight, elastic, water repellent, yet perfectly breathable membrane.

              This applied membrane layer is without pores and follows the principle of osmosis; taking any moisture created inside the fabric to the outside, while simultaneously prohibiting the entry of humidity.


              Hope that helps!

              Unanswered Question

              Do you know if there is much of a size...

              Do you know if there is much of a size difference between the large and the x-l? I tried on a large in a store in Montreal and it was too tight. I could do it up and it felt comfortable in the shoulder and chest area but it was tight around the waist. I am thinking of ordering one online but don't want to get one that is too small. Do you know if there is much of a difference between the large and the xL?

              Hi, I'm 5'8" 150lbs and a D cup, would a...

              Hi, I'm 5'8" 150lbs and a D cup, would a Medium work or should I go for a large.

              Do you know if there is much of a size difference between the large and the x-l? I tried on a large in a store in Montreal and it was too tight. I could do it up and it felt comfortable in the shoulder and chest area but it was tight around the waist. I am thinking of ordering one online but don't want to get one that is too small. Do you know if there is much of a difference between the large and the xL?

              Hi Julia,

              I actually just came back from an actual store and tried on the jackets for sizing. I agree with the other lady there saying they tend to run a bit smaller in size.

              I'm 5'7, 143lbs and a 38DD-F and I found that Large was a comfortable fit, with enough space for movement whereas the Medium was definitely fit to the tee--short on the sleeves and waist.
              I would go for a Large--Last thing you want is to look like an overly stuff burrito which is what I looked like in that Medium. Though, it's your call.

              If you are considering the longer style like the Trillium, a Medium would work fine. The Bomber style runs smaller than the Regular lengths.

              Hope that helps.



              Unanswered Question

              Is there any differences between the men...

              Is there any differences between the men and women jackets? I'm 5'9 and the large size was too short for my arms...I just want to know it a men jacket will look ok...

              Unanswered Question

              Can the hood look normal? The picture shows...

              Can the hood look normal?
              The picture shows it being very long necked, which is probably terrific for extreme weather but less useable in less extreme. I'd like the hood to have a bit more of face showing. I'd love a picture if this is possible! thank you!!

              Unanswered Question

              Which youth size corresponds to a ladies...

              Which youth size corresponds to a ladies xxs?

              Hey, I'm 5"3 and 115 lbs and 34 b bust....

              I'm 5"3 and 115 lbs and 34 b bust. Would the small be a good fit? Online it says that it measures 38 around the bust on a small, but everyone says that they run small:(. I'm pretty confused. Should I go for a small or an xsmall?


              I have almost the exact same measurements as you, i believe i'm about 109 lbs, and i tried a small on and it was perfect! so i would go for the small definately, and i tried it on with a hoodie underneath and it fit the best even with it!

              I'm almost 5'5 and 118 pounds. I just bought a Women's CG Chilliwack Parka in Brown - size S. I bought the jacket for function not fashion and the size S doesn't ride up my back, which the Chilliwack is known for, and I have lots of room in the sleeves to pull the cuff over my mitts.

              Where it is big is through the body and chest, easily 4-6 inchs of overlap. If you want a tight, city jacket and don't mind it sitting high on the waist I would recommend the XS. if you are looking for a jacket to wear while doing winter sports, to feel warm and cozy on those extremely cold winter days go for the S.

              NOTE: I haven't tried on the XS to compare it to my S.

              if i am 5'10 with say a chest size of about...

              if i am 5'10 with say a chest size of about 4 would it be better for me to get a medium or a large?

              I just went to try a large and it doesn't fit...the arms are too short again and torso a bit too short as well...and I'm 5'9.... I'm very sad..I will look for XL if there are some somewhere!

              HiI would like to buy the white chilliwack...

              HiI would like to buy the white chilliwack jacket and have it sent to a canadian friend of mine to the ship to me to the united kingdom, please could let me know how much and by which method my friend would need to ship it to me, also could you reserve a white medium one for me?Many thanksJudy

              Sorry, is for a 5.10.5 height, 144 pounds...

              Sorry, is for a 5.10.5 height, 144 pounds weight a M the right fit? Or should i go for a S?Thanks

              Definitely not a small. I'm 5'6 and fluctuate between 135-140lbs and tried on the mediums at a tradeshow and they were great. It might be a little big through the shoulders for you, but you'll want the extra length. This is a bomber style jacket and by nature of that styling, a bit short. Hope this helps!