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Canada Goose Arctic Down Glove


Arctic Down Glove

Prepare your hands for the harsh, unforgiving conditions of winter with the Canada Goose Down Gloves. Thanks to a waterproof breathable Hipora insert and warm, high-quality goose down, your paws will be toasty and dry, even if the weather is quite the opposite. Canada Goose added a gauntlet draw cord and a webbing cinch strap to seal out snow and cold air, and the reinforced palm gives you a secure grip on your poles or ice axe.
  • Down-insulated glove gives high-quality warmth for winter activities
  • Arctic-Tech shell is durably water-resistant and breathable
  • PU palming gives a good grip on ski poles
  • Wrist adjustment and drawcord gauntlet ensure secure coverage
  • Item #CDG0036

textured nylon
Hipora insert
525-fill white goose down
hook-and-loop wrist strap, elastic drawcord gauntlet
Recommended Use
skiing, snowboarding, expeditions, mountaineering
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>Rating: 1

Don't waste your money

I've put it through the wringer

High price does not translate to good value. I spent $20 on a pair of gloves at Costco that are warmer than these.

>Rating: 5

The only gloves you will ever need.

You cannot go wrong with down. Ever. CG did a great job in the design and build of the gloves. I used them extensively this past winter to ski. During cold days (5 degrees Fahrenheit) I used them with a pair of thin wool line gloves and It worked perfectly. My son tried few times as well and said it was the best glove he ever tried on. Only mittens can deliver more warmth but if you like gloves - cannot go wrong here.

>Rating: 5

Best Gloves Ever!!!

I've used it several times

Very warm gloves. I have used them now on 3 very cold ski days in the Utah mountains and upstate NY. They did well in cold humid NY winter weather as well as high altitude western mountains. the gloves are very comfortable and seem to be durable but its too early to know. These are the best gloves I have ever owned without a doubt.

>Rating: 2

32F to -15F in urban conditions

I've put it through the wringer
True to size

Fit perfectly but don't keep my digits warm below 32F.

>Rating: 4

Great but not enough for me

I received these gloves about a month ago in preparation for winter. They are very good gloves. Well made, fit and finish are excellent. However I had to return them for they are not adequate for me. Up here in the Arctic, the windchill can get down to -40s F in a heartbeat and Feb-Mar. is not even here yet. These gloves did not keep my fingertips warm after 10-15 min. in the wind. I own the CG Heli Artic parka and I can stand outside for long periods of time without feeling cold at all. In fact, if I walk 1/2 mi. or more I'll start sweating and have to unzip half way to cool down. These CG gloves are perfect for me in -20 windchill range. If anyone out there has any suggestions for me, please ring in your 2 cents please.

I lived just outside of Embarrass Minnesota for a few years and it is the coldest spot in the continental US consistently. We would get down to about 40-60 below 0 before windchill for several weeks out of the year. When up there or on mountaineering expeditions I tend to use my RAB expedition mitts, they keep my hands super warm even when the temp dips. Not sure if your in the market for a glove or a mitten, but in my experience, down mittens are always warmer than gloves. It is my opinion when you have something that has high lofted insulation around the hand you lose fine dexterity anyways so it really does not matter. With a mitt, your fingers are all creating exothermic reactions for one another so they tend to be really efficient with regulating heat. If a mitt won't work then try the CG Northern glove it will only cost 100$ more and boasts dexterity as well as extreme warmth. Hope that helps

where did you get CG Heli Artic parka, please let me know, thank you

>Rating: 5


Very warm gloves! Living in Wisconsin during the winter season can be daunting.. if you don't have the right gear. They are long, which is good, and come up to 1/3 of my forearm, good for keeping the snow out.

>Rating: 5

Canada goose gloves

I already have the parka & trooper hat,all I needed was the gloves.I tried to purchase them last year,but was unsuccessful,I waited to late in the season to purchase.I must tell you it was well worth the wait.Soon as I slipped my hands inside them,my hands were in glove heaven.From experience you can't go wrong with this company.

>Rating: 5

The best

Warmest Glove I have ever seen, let alone owned. Fits very true to size and reasonably flexable.


What glove will work while I ride my Harley Davidson dyna 90+ mph in 30 degree weather ? I have yet to find a glove that will keep my fingers from hurting from the wind piercing thru the gloves. Let me know if there is such a glove that will absolutely block and resist the cold wind ..

Black Diamond Guide Glove or Black Diamond Legend Glove


How resistant to water is the outer...

How resistant to water is the outer shell?


Anyone know the temp rating on these?

Anyone know the temp rating on these?

CG doesn't temp. rate their products but rather say "ask those who know", well for me, when the windchill gets in the -40s, my fingertips gets a bit uncomfortable. If I was shoveling snow, that may be a diff. story.