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Canada Goose Expedition Down Parka - Women's

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Expedition Down Parka

Whether you are gearing up to survive through a bomb cyclone or lead an expedition in the Fjords, Canada Goose made the Expedition Down Parka for women in extreme conditions. Built to withstand blistering winds, snowstorms, and below freezing temperatures, this jacket is equipped with Canada Goose's weather-resistant, tried-and-true Arctic-Tech material and their warmest thermal insulation using premium white duck down. A coyote fur trimmed hood helps protect the faces sensitive skin and eyes by dispersing winds while also providing a soft touch. And a hide-away snow skirt is designed to help block out steep snow from getting inside the jacket. A fleece-lined chin guard helps protect your face, and four large hand-warmer pockets keep your hands cozy in natural positions.

  • Canada Goose's original extreme-weather parka
  • Weather-resistant shell protects you from cold and wet conditions
  • Field-tested warmth made for the coldest placed on earth
  • Coyote fur trim hood enhances warmth by blocking winds off the face
  • Fleece-lined chin guard is comfortable against sensitive skin
  • Hide-away snow skirt designed to protect against snow when needed
  • Four large exterior hand-warmer pockets keep you warm
  • Item #CDG007U

Material
Arctic-Tech
Insulation
625-fill duck down
Fit
regular
Length
long-thigh
Hood
fixed
Pockets
[external] 4 large handwarmer, 1 sleeve utility, 1 flap-closure sleeve, [internal] 1 zippered security, 1 drop-in
Recommended Use
casual
Manufacturer Warranty
lifetime
Fur Information
coyote, natural, Canada origin, RN01T-01074913

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>Rating: 5

Warm

Familiarity:
I've used it several times
Fit:
True to size
Size Bought
Xs
Height
5` 4"
Weight
120 lbs

Great jacket, very warm. One thing I don’t like is that the fur trim IS NOT REMOVABLE. This may or may not be a problem since the lab says to remove fur trim before dry cleaning if possible. It might not be an issue if you have a great dry cleaner. I bought a size XS in women’s, I think that is the smallest they have. I’m 5’4 and 120lbs. When purchasing this jacket make sure you size down one size because it does run a bit big.

>Rating: 5

Canada Goose Expedition is a winner

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer
Fit:
Runs large
Size Bought
Medium
Height
5` 2"
Weight
155 lbs

I am 5”2 and 155 pounds. I purchased a medium so that it is not bulky on me. It had enough room to wear a long sleeve soft tee. That is all you need. The coat will keep you so warm, I sweat. It was 27F and I was toasty and warm. The head gear is great. It is tunneled and forward leaning so you can see and be protected. Unlike other headgears that block vision trying to protect you. The pocket warmers in top near the chest and below near the hips do a great job at keeping you hands warm from freezing. The Welcro attaches quickly and keep from things getting wet. I also love that you can carry the coat on your shoulders when you feel hot instead of struggling to carry them in your arms. I live in NYC and the shoulder straps allow me to manœuvre with ease and stress free. I have also used the inner drawstrings to keep me warm. The inside skirt is an additional surprise. We trekked for hours and I remained warm and dry. This is a winner! It is pricy but it worth every penny! Don’t listen to those that say it is a status symbol and a passing fad - it is made to outlast and what matters is that it does the job undoubtedly well!

Did you know that the fur trim comes comes coyotes? They are forced to suffer through intense whippings for you to receive your jacket. So please don’t wear Canada Goose.

>Rating: 5

Superior customer service!!

Familiarity:
I've used it several times
Fit:
True to size
Size Bought
x-small
Height
5` 2"
Weight
117 lbs

I initially ordered from Backcountry a small on the women's expedition jacket. It was very bulky but I assumed this was the trade off for warmth. Emily Jenson from Backcountry followed up with me to see how I liked the size. She suggested she send me the x-small as well so I can could compare. She felt the x-small would fit me better. The x-small fit so much better and I am so happy with this jacket. Emily made the return so user friendly and thanks to her I received a jacket that I couldn't be more pleased with. This was my first purchase from Backcountry and because of Emily's superior customer service, I plan on making Backcountry my go-to for my winter products for my Maine Life. Emily, thank you so much for reaching out to me.

Useful information regarding jacket size, height and weight.

>Rating: 5

Made for Scientists (+ residents of UT)

Familiarity:
I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
Fit:
True to size
Size Bought
Small
Height
5` 2"
Weight
120 lbs

If you're a scientist in Antarctica, you need this coat. If you live anywhere else where there are ice crystals on your windshield in the morning, you risk frostbite just from standing outside, and it takes your car your entire commute to warm up, then you also need this coat. This coat fulfills that need for an ultra-warm coat. It's in Canada Goose's warmest category, guaranteed to be warm up to -25F. There are tons of pockets, and they double as soft heat pockets for your hands. I seriously never get cold in this coat - I've used it for several months in the cold of Utah, day and night, it always keeps me toasty warm. Now for the fit. It's big. I mean really big. The first time I put it on, I felt just like a walking marshmallow. But then it started to grow on me. It's really boxy, but I think when styled right, it could look SO DOPE. I am 5'2" and typically wear a small or medium in coats. The small fits great. I think an x-small would be too tight around the hips when zipped. You can layer heavy sweaters underneath and still have mobility. I would not size down in this style, even though it feels like it's oversized. It's just the design and amount of down that makes it feel big, but it really is true to size. It's an investment, but it's a piece that will last you a lifetime. No regrets here.

If

You look great in it!

>Rating: 5

BEST COAT HIGHLY RECOMMEND FOR SUB ZERO

Familiarity:
I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
Fit:
True to size

We live at 6200 feet and have a bird's eye view of the three Teton peaks. Winter is always an expedition for us ! We have four horses and three billy goats, and have to have heavy weather gear for the rough and very cold outdoors so we can continue to play with our animals throughout the winter. This coat is THE BEST ! It is true you do not even need to wear thermals, you can put it on over a tee shirt and go right outside in sub zero weather ! Thanks Canada Goose for keeping us warm !!!

>Rating: 2

Decent Parka, Ultimately Disappointed

Familiarity:
I returned this product before using it
Fit:
True to size

No doubt well made. But for the money, I expected a decent ruff. The skimpy strip of coyote on the hood was laughable. And the only way the hood would work to block wind was to have it all the way up and zipped. I live in the far north, windy country, and I depend on a decent ruff to keep me warm and act as a wind block even when not fully deployed. The photo is very misleading in that regard. No doubt the coat is warm. The material was a bit noisy/stiff, though that might soften over time. Seemed true to size. I wear a medium & the coat had enough room for layers, tho you wouldn't need much. Ultimately couldn't justify the price for the product, especially with that lame ruff. Disappointed & returned the coat.

>Rating: 4

Hope this is it for Chicago Weather

Familiarity:
I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
Fit:
Runs small

I was looking for a heavy, hardcore parka to wear over my suit (lawyer) that could be used for commuting to/from court and waiting for buses. I'm 5'4 125lbs, broad shoulders, long arms, 34D chest, short waisted and straight figured from waist down...waist : 26", hips: 35". I have problems with most women's jackets b/c they cut me at the underarms and through the chest. Generally, if I go up in size, the body is too wide. In this jacket, I tried the men's small (usually wear that size) and it was way too big; women's medium (was slight tight through the chest and just fit in the body); women's large...perfect. Women's large gave me the extra room through the shoulders, chest and arms, but not too much through the body. Although I haven't tested, the coat out yet...the fabric is extremely durable and the hood is amazing. Your head/face fit into the hood like a deep pocket so, with the fur edging on the hood you're protected from the elements blowing around. Will give you an update with I really test it out.

>Rating: 4

Great color

The Goose! Great color on the red jacket!

>Rating: 5

Best Jacket!

I live in the Alaska Arctic and this jacket is the best! I have no problems staying warm walking around town or even riding my snow mobile out and about! The pockets are great for storing lots things to take with you and the fur ruff is wonderful!

>Rating: 5

The Best Down Jacket Ever

There is a reason why this jacket is THE jacket issued to scientists and workers in Antarctica because it is AWESOME and warm. Once you buy one, you'll never want another down jacket again.

>Rating: 5

Great Jacket - they use it in the Arctic Stations

I have the men's Expedition jacket and this is truly the best jacket I have owned for cold climate. (-38 the other day and I was toasty) Lots of pockets, fleece lined pockets, fur trimmed for those blowing snow days. If you want an every day jacket or a little more fashionable the Chilliwack is waist cut and not so bulky. A word of caution. If you see a jacket on ebay or an unauthorized site it is probably fake! Backcountry.com is an authorized dealer. I see people selling fakes all the time. Even if the picture looks legit doesn't mean you will receive a real jacket.

>Rating: 5

Perfect christmas present

We live in northern Norway. The parka is ideal in the conditions we have here with the Polar Bears roaming the strets. My girlfriend especially likes the big pockets in the jacket. No need for a purse. And for the first time, no need for a scarf :-) Highly recomended :-)