Built for scientists in Antarctica, the PBI Expedition Parka warms you in all weather, and even helps polar bears.
- With every parka purchased, Canada Goose donates $25 to Polar Bear International to preserve their arctic habitat
- Tunnel hood features a rigid, adjustable bracing wire to adapt to the windiest weather
- Storm flap over front zipper prevents a drafty jacket
- Elasticized nylon snow skirt and cuffs seal out the spindrift
- Waist drawcord blocks out cold winds from below
- Loads of pockets store your tools, gloves, and hands when and where you need them
- Item #CDG0053
- [body] Arctic-Tech (85% polyester, 15% cotton), [trim] coyote fur
- 625-fill duck down
- Center Back Length
- 35 in
- yes, removable ruff
- [external] 2 chest, 2 full-bellow snow, 4 zippered hand, [internal] 1 drop-in, 1 zippered security
- Recommended Use
- alpine & expedition
- Manufacturer Warranty
- Fur Information
- coyote, natural, Canada origin, RN 153934
What do you think about this product?
November 3, 2015
Dear customer service people, I`m planning on purchasing a warm parka. But I don`t like heavy and bulky ones. I`ve checked out a long list of big brands, from mainstream to high end. It seems that the lightest down I could find in a parka is 700 fill. (If I`m wrong, please get me right.) I have a Marmot Quasar. Its weight is amazing. I don`t understand why the manufacturers don`t put 800 or 900 fill down into parkas, which will definitely cut the weight. Technical difficulties? Or ultralight down does not work well for parkas? Do you know any parka using ultra light 800 or 900 fill down? Your recommendation would be appreciated.
November 4, 2015
Hey - Thanks for asking. A big reason that companies don't use 800-900 fill as often in parkas is due to the high quantity that would be required in a parka. This parka costs $974.95 and uses a 625 duck fill. If it used a 800-900fill power down, the cost would be considerably more since a high quality down would be used. Some of the parkas by Parajumper use a fill up to 730. Shoot me an email anytime you have questions! Jared D. Expert Gearhead 801.736.4336 firstname.lastname@example.org
November 6, 2015
Hey Jared, Thanks a lot for your answer. Really helpful.
October 30, 2015
I am 5'6" and 150 LB. What size should I buy? Of Expedition Down Parka?
October 30, 2015
Huck, Small should be the best size. The run a little big, so the small should be just right for you. More questions? Just call or email me, directly. Emily Jenson
August 27, 2015
Do you have XS size of this product?
August 28, 2015
Unfortunately, we haven't had any XS since 2012 and I don't see any on order from Canada Goose at this time.
November 30, 2013
I am a disabled veteran with no tolerance...
I am a disabled veteran with no tolerance to cold due to many health issues but I am not dead yet! I did enjoy snow shoe, outdoor photography but need gear to go out and stay warm, please advise. Thank you. William
William E. Barker
December 2, 2013
Hi William! Glad to hear you're still getting out in spite of physical difficulties--hearing that makes me excited to get rid of my excuses and get out into the wilderness. It sounds to me like the Polar Bears Int'l Exped parka will be perfect for you--it's one of the warmest jackets we sell, and it's also built out of a tough cotton/poly blend fabric. This is the special edition of the same jacket that has been used for 20 years by the National Science Foundation at Antarctica's McMurdo Station research facility--if it's warm enough for them, it should be warm enough for you. Not only that, but $25 of each purchase goes to Polar Bears International...so you can feel good about giving back to the outdoors that we all love so much. Bottom line? This is an amazing jacket for what you've described.
November 23, 2013
First, i'm sorry for my poor English skills....
First, i'm sorry for my poor English skills. I wanna know more about L size. Is it larger than 46 inches in chest? I ask this question because i've heard that this product is larger than any other canada goose's products. So I mean I want buy the product about 44~46inches (in chest), and I'm worried about L size is too loose for me to wear. I wrote this little bit long because of my poor English skill. Thank you for reading~!
December 2, 2013
If you're looking for a jacket that is 46", you should purchase an XL. See the official sizing chart right here: http://www.canada-goose.com/products-page/arctic/expedition-parka-3/ While the Exped Parka is a little bit looser fitting, a Large will still be too small for you. Hope this helps!
November 4, 2012
Cant find s size anywhere. Please restock...
Cant find s size anywhere. Please restock smaller sizes thanks
Sung Ho Jun
October 6, 2010
Whats the difference between Canada Goose...
Whats the difference between Canada Goose Polar Bears International Expedition Down Parka, and the Expedition Parka... other than the price please.. Thanks
Issa Al Moje
David S. White
October 19, 2011
The fur ruff is removeable from the hood ,which is great when you dry clean the coat. David