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    Take it to the extreme.

    Built for the coldest conditions found on planet Earth, the Canada Goose Men's Expedition Down Parka is designed to keep you comfortably warm in temperatures of -25F and below. Over 20 years of use by the National Science Foundation at Antarctica's McMurdo Station research facility has proven that this jacket has what it take to handle the most extreme weather you'll ever encounter.

    A hearty helping of high-loft duck down insulation keeps out cold that would cause frostbite in mere minutes. Arctic Tech fabric seals out frigid blasts of cold air and rapidly-accumulating snow, and it's extremely tough to withstand the rigors of expeditions to the poles. An insulated windguard prevents wind from coming in through the zipper, and the adjustable hood features adjustable bracing wire so it doesn't blow off or block your vision when the wind is whipping. An elasticized snow skirt keeps snow out when you're trudging through deep winddrifts, and multiple pockets keep small necessities close at hand.

    • Handles the most extreme conditions on Earth
    • Duck down insulation provides warmth for -25F and below
    • Rugged Arctic Tech fabric is water- and wind-resistant
    • Insulated windguard blocks Arctic blasts
    • Interior drawcord at waist for snug fit
    • Adjustable hood opening with adjustable bracing wire
    • Non-removable coyote fur ruff at hood
    • Fleece-lined chin guard for chafe-free comfort
    • Item #CDG0007

    Tech Specs

    [shell] Arctic-Tech nylon, [lining] nylon
    625-fill duck down
    yes, down-insulated
    [external] 2 chest, 4 hand warmer, 2 full-bellow snow, 1 sleeve pocket, [internal] 1 drop-in, 1 zippered security
    Recommended Use
    extreme cold-weather, expeditions
    Manufacturer Warranty
    Fur Information
    coyote, natural, Canada origin, CA37818

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    Great Parka, do your homework on sizes

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
    • Fit: Runs large

    Great parka, very warm. I had to order three before getting the size that fit me best. Not Backcountry's fault, my own for not researching more throughly at first. I finally settled on two sizes smaller than I typically wear in coats.
    This coat is very warm, and a bit bulky. Lot of questions about it everywhere I go. I can wear a t-shirt or button down under it and be warm in 0-15 below. Have worn on winter photography and dog sledding trips with no issues. Only complaint is that the cuffs are pilling and I do not not wear this coat often by any means... Backcountry is great. Excellent customer service from Brittni.

    Great Parka, do your homework on sizes

    This coat IS NOT true to size AT ALL

      To start...I am a 43 year old avid winter sports enthusiast. I have snowboards in the double digits, snow pants by the boatload and so many jackets at both home and in storage I thought shopping for this coat would be a breeze. The reviews I read for sizing scared the hell out of me. I was on my way to Alaska and while I’ll generally wear a large or x-large (if I’m layering for extreme weather) Arcteryx jacket to snowboard.. I am so glad I read enough reviews regarding this parka to make a spot on educated “guess”. I AM A “SMALL” IN THIS COAT. I am a 5’8”, 180 lb., athletic build, broad shouldered guy with room to layer in this thing!....A small is a perfect fit. I even imagine the XS would fit fine it I didn’t like the option to layer

      Greeting from the South Pole

      Amundsen-Scott South Pole Station, Antarctica -90° South for the win!! I'm really honored/glad to have made it down here if ya can't tell haha.

      This is a medium, and at 6'4" 170ish it fits a little loose, but that just means there's room for layering. Both the body and sleeve length is plenty long even for me though, so that's a big win. There are an insane amount of pockets on that thing BTW.

      It was roughly -55 to -60°F with wind chill at the time I was out there for pictures, but as long as I have big red it's fine with a 260 or even just a 200 weight base layer.

      This jacket is what I also wore to venture down into the ice tunnels which are apparently around -60°F AMBIENT. Stupid cold... Forgot my face mask/neck gaiter/buff/whatever ya wanna call it, so it got kinda hard to talk, and my nose was freezing, but eh... Like I said.

      Big red is plenty warm for anything in Antarctica, assuming you have the rest of yourself taken care of. lol

      Greeting from the South Pole

      LOVE IT but Check the size

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
      • Fit: Runs large
      • Size Bought: Small
      • Height: 5'5"
      • Weight: 125lbs

      I love this parka, but be aware that the size runs big. I had to return the Expediton because the small was too big for me. I needed the XS size, which is not a surprise. I'm 5'5

      Very, very warm

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
      • Fit: Runs large
      • Size Bought: XL
      • Height: 6'5"
      • Weight: 250lbs

      I wore this parka for about 3 hours at -115 F at the South Pole. This is a coat for the COLDEST conditions and is sized to have multiple layers under it. It is much more coat than most people will need and too warm for most activities at ordinary temperatures. I now have one at home in Minnesota. I wear it at -10 or -20 with a windchill of -30 and a light shirt underneath.

      Excellent parka

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
      • Fit: True to size
      • Size Bought: XL
      • Height: 5'10"
      • Weight: 225lbs

      I work in northern Maine and Minnesota, so I needed a warm coat for this winter....I'm 5'10" and weigh 225 but have a large abdominal wall hernia from a botched operation...the distribution of your weight is important....I bought a XL and it fits well but is certainly not too big across the middle.....the coat itself in only issue is the zipper....since it's a Canadian product, the zipper is "backwards" for us in the US...and for whatever reason, I have a heck of a time getting the zipper slider to mesh with the lower chain sometimes takes me 3-5 minutes to get the darn thing zipped up....when the temperature finally moderates, I'm going to send it back and see if the zipper is malaligned somehow, but I worry that it just might be my "hamhandedness"...otherwise, great product!

      Yes. This IS a big coat, but that's what it is. A BIG COAT. I'm 6'3", 210 lbs and have an XL. The sleeves were too short on the Large. Yes, I could probably get into a Large or even a Medium, but then I would be compressing the down. I think, on hindsight, Large would have been perfect, if I could deal with the short arms. but with the snow skirt tight and the waist cinched in, this is fine.

      You qian reng xing

        I bought this jack for my grandpa ~ he always wear size Xl in China but i knew the amercian size is bigger that chinese one , so i bought this jack on size M unforunte still a little be bigger ~ bad luck far away for return ... So i just bought a other one ~ YOu qiang ren xing we call this situation !b

        Love it, but kinda embarrassed

          So, after discovering what this brand was, I brought the Expedition PBI Special Edition. (Royal Blue)This thing is a beast. It was the only one that fit me; I'm 6'2" and three hundred pounds, so I stand out. Here's the thing, I realized that everything that everyone wears are like the normal understated jackets. I am literally the only one in my city with this damn things. 900 bucks is a lot and most times people can tell that something is well made, but not know the cost. This thing is well made, and you can tell it cost a lot of big bucks and that's were my embarrassment comes in. Yes, it keeps me warm. Yes this will probably be the last winter jacket I buy. Yes I'll probably pass this down to my kids, but it is FAR from understated.


          • Fit: Runs large

          I ordered a Medium size based on the sizing chart (after reading the many reviews and responses regarding sizing issues) ............. based on my experience ................ you can use the "sizing chart" ........... HOWEVER ORDER ONE SIZE SMALLER.

          So now I will have to send back the medium and wait for the small as I freeze in Chicago ................. anxiously waiting to try whether a small actually fits properly or whether it will take another reorder to properly fit..............currently not pleased with the process of relying on the sizing chart when so many messages have been posted that the product "runs large"

          Other than the sizing issue I am very pleased with the quality and warmth of the jacket.

          heres the deal about sizing

          • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
          • Fit: Runs large

          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!

          6', 205#, XL too big

          • Fit: Runs large

          I purchased the XL Expedition and it is huge. I normally wear an XL in everything, and yet most of my jackets still fit tight, as I have a big chest. If I pull this jacket together at the front and continue pulling it across me (past zipping it), it overlaps by about 1 foot past the zipper. I sent it back and I am awaiting receipt of a Large. After reading other reviews, I'm scared that I may find that the Large is also too big. I really hope not, but I just couldn't imagine having to go down in size further. I guess I'll find out soon, as they received the one I sent back this morning. I'm really looking forward to getting it, as I can't stand the cold temperatures, and this is one incredibly warm jacket. I did stand in my driveway for well over an hour at less than 10 degrees just to test it out the night I received it, and there wasn't even a hint that it was cold out. I only wore a short sleeve t-shirt to try it out. Actually, when I took it off, I felt the inside of the jacket and the inside of it felt like it just came out of the dryer. I think it will be well worth the $'s once I have one that fits properly.

          6'1", 210# = size small (seriously)

          • Familiarity: I've used it several times
          • Fit: Runs large

          This is turning out to be one of the top 5 purchases I've ever made. It's an amazing product, but there are plenty of reviews about that. I really struggled with size, and here's how it netted out for me.

          I live in UT so I was able to go to the Backcountry warehouse and try on both the large and the medium so I could make sure of fit. I was blown away that the medium was too big. It would have been ok if I was planning to layer quite a bit under the coat, but that's just not necessary. I ended up ordering the small (they didn't have it in the UT warehouse) and it fits great.

          I'm 6'1" tall with a 44" chest (I wear a 44 regular suit coat) and I weight approx 210#. Again, the small fits great.

          Another size review..

          • Familiarity: I returned this product before using it
          • Fit: Runs large

          I'm sending my second try of this coat back and am going with a different model. The quality is excellent, no issues with workmanship, but this coat is HUGE. I'm 6'1'' 194lbs., got the large originally, and it swallowed me. Sent it back got the Medium and while it fit in arm length, it's still just a mammoth of a coat. Bottom line the coat is very bulky, even with the right size, you will look like Cartman... I live in Fairbanks, AK and will definitely use the warmth, I just think there may be another model that suits me better. Also, for all the Alaska people.. no return shipping help on any gear from Backcountry. The first coat I returned cost $30. This one will probably be the same.. Good luck! I rated it 4 stars because this is the coat for somebody, no doubt. Just not for me.

          Unanswered Question

          I'm 5'11" about 204lbs. I usually wear XL. Would that be a good size?

          5'8''---160 lbs---31" waist ----what size should i get?

          Hey Jon,

          I am about the same size and would go for a small in this jacket. You could go up to a medium if you are planning on wearing some bulky layers underneath, but it will be pretty large on you. This jacket is cut large and fits big.

          Let me know if you have other questions.

          I am a student in Switzerland. I wish to purchase a Canada Goose Expedition in white color, but I see on the list that you are out of white color for L size.
          I would like to know if you ship the product to Switzerland and
          are there any ways(such as other web page, Getting more stocks) to get White color of L size.


          We do ship to Switzerland, but we cannot ship Canada Goose to Switzerland. Some brands restrict us from selling their products internationally and, unfortunately, Canada Goose is one of them.

          Email me directly, if you have any other questions.

          Emily Jenson

          Expert Gearhead


          my boyfriend is 6' tall, and 135lbs, he is super skinny! What size do you think I should get for him?


          Hey Weiyi,

          I would recommed going with the Medium in the Expedition Down Parka but he might better suited with one of the slim fit Canada Goose Parkas like the Langford (Item # CDG3340) or the Chateau (Item # CDG0101). Feel free to contact me directly with any more questions about Canada Goose.

          Kyle - Expert Gearhead

          Unanswered Question

          I need to get two Expedition jackets (one...

          I need to get two Expedition jackets (one Men's S, one Women's XXS) in Sunset Orange. Is it possible for you to special-order them for me? There isn't a broad range of colors available here...

          Unanswered Question

          Hello, I hope to buy a Canada Goose ...


          I hope to buy a Canada Goose Jacket.

          I normally use XLarge, however, the info on the waist indicates 94-97 cm. I do not think this is extra large.

          Which size should I choose? have never used any other than XR. Is possible that Canada Goose Jackets are bigger or slim such as Langford for example?


          Hi is the fur collar detachable?

          Hi is the fur collar detachable?

          Unanswered Question

          Why does Canada Goose fill their jackets...

          Why does Canada Goose fill their jackets with duck down? I'd expect goose down at this price point.

          What degree of coldness can this handle?

          What degree of coldness can this handle?

          Best Answer


          The Canada Goose Expedition Down Parka is intended to keep you safe in painfully cold temps (Field tested for coldest places on Earth). Tha coat does not have an official temp rating like a sleeping bag might, however it has been tested at Arctic temps well below -30C. This is one of Canada Goose's warmest parkas, according to their TEI rating system it tops out at a TEI5.

          You can read more about the TEI rating system on their website here:

          hey, I am 6'1", and am about 178-80lbs...

          hey, I am 6'1", and am about 178-80lbs soaking wet. I always need to find medium or large TALL shirts for my wide shoulders and knuckle dragging long arms....okay an exaggeration, but I have had to resort to bespoke shirts being small and long, instead of 'big and tall'. My arms need shirts in the 35-6 in range to fit me. And I am a 40 chest size. Any parkas for a guy more horizontally challenged than vertically so?

          Best Answer

          canada goose recommends sizing one size down for their relaxed fit jackets. i couldn't find the sleeve length for you, but the jackets is designed to hit mid thigh, so the waist length shouldn't be a problem for you. the center back length is 35 inches, so you can compare that against your own measurement.

          also live in Texas, so we only have short...

          also live in Texas, so we only have short periods of cold weather. But I like quality, that's why I'm looking at Canada Goose. I attend a lot of football games outside November - December. Temps I usually deal with are 25 - 40 degrees with wind/rain. What is the best coat for me?

          Best Answer

          Honestly I would look for a lighter jacket. Yes Canada Goose is the premier brand of down coats but most of their coats are meant for single digit to sub zero temperature. In Texas that would be overkill. Save your money and find a 3 in 1 from a good company and you can't go wrong.

          I'm 6', 250lbs, 53" chest, 44" waist. ...

          I'm 6', 250lbs, 53" chest, 44" waist.

          Chest puts you in the XXXL, waist in the XL (but bordering on the the XXL). Depends how you want it to fit, but I'd think you might want the double since you're probably not going to layer up underneath if you live in Texas.

          I am 6ft 5, 220 lbs, 46 chest and 36...

          I am 6ft 5, 220 lbs, 46 chest and 36 waist. Dress shirt arm length is 37/38 inch. XL or 2XL?

          I am 6ft 5, 220 lbs, 36 inch waist and 46...

          I am 6ft 5, 220 lbs, 36 inch waist and 46 inch chest. My torso and arms (37/38) are longer than usual. XL or 2XL?

          Thanks Cyrus

          Hi i'm 5"10 with a 44" chest, an was...

          Hi i'm 5"10 with a 44" chest, an was wondering what size i should get, bearing in mind i'm not likely to layer underneath?