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Stylish for the city, tough for everything else.

Canada Goose made its Women's Rideau Down Parka practical as well as casual for extreme cold-weather protection in the city. Stuffed with 625-fill white duck down insulation, the Rideau will keep you warm in temperatures as low as -4° Fahrenheit. The Arctic-Tech fabric that makes up this parka is Canada Goose's most proven fabric designed to stay dry in extreme conditions and climates, and Canada Goose added a DWR coating to shed snowflakes and raindrops for enhanced protection.

A slim fit gives the Rideau a sleek style that looks at home in cities and parks. This parka also features internal shoulder straps that allow you to wear the parka as a backpack when things start heating up. Two-way adjustability gives the hood a secure fit, the rib-knit cuffs retain all that wonderful warmth, and the elasticized drawcord prevents the parka from riding up your body. Canada Goose also added several pockets for convenient organization from the drop-in pocket with a port for headphones to two fleece-lined handwarmer pockets.

  • Arctic-Tech shell
  • DWR coating
  • 625-fill white duck down insulation
  • Slim fit
  • Two-way adjustable hood
  • Rib-knit cuffs
  • Elasticized drawcord at waist
  • Two fleece-lined handwarmer pockets
  • Two drop-in pockets, one zippered napoleon pocket
  • Two interior pockets (one with zippered internal security pocket)
  • One left drop-in pocket with headphone access
  • Internal shoulder straps
  • Item #CDG000W

Tech Specs

[face fabric] 85% polyester, 15% cotton, [lining] 100% nylon
625-fill duck down

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  • Familiarity: I've used it several times
  • Fit: True to size
  • Size Bought: Medium
  • Height: 5'9"
  • Weight: 140lbs

Backstory: My go-to coat for the past few years has been a longer-length North Face Triclimate coat, which is great, but it’s too much coat much of the time. I realized this year that i really needed something shorter and less overwhelming (but still high performance, warmth-wise) in my cold-weather arsenal. After several hours of research, I found myself returning over and over again to the Rideau. I tried it on at my local Nordstrom in a couple of sizes, (along with a couple of other styles, including the men’s version of this one), and I gave the Rideau the official nod...and then began the search for my preferred size/color combo. Backcountry had a medium military green in stock, and *bonus* no tax or shipping. SOLD!

Sizing: I’m female, 5’9, 140lbs...long torso, long arms, medium shoulder breadth, larger bust (D), trim waist. The Medium fits me really well, with plenty of room for a heavy sweater or layers, but not so roomy that it’s bulky. Sleeve length is perfect for me. Torso length is great...coat hits top of thigh...not too short, which was my fear.

Details: this is where the quality comes in. This coat is an “it’s 10 degrees outside, and we got this” kind of way. It’s a utility coat and definitely falls on the casual side of the dress code spectrum. That said, it’s one that works really well with some office dress codes. (My office is “smart casual”, and this coat is great most days.) The fabric is very high quality, and the details are superb. Buttons aren’t overwhelming. Both sets of pockets are great, and the slanted ones you would warm your hands in are lined with a cozy material that makes me wish I was pocket sized so I could crawl in there and take a nap.

The sleeves have fitted fabric at the wrist, and though this feels weird to type and I’m sure will be weird to read, that wrist fabric is so comfortable! I don’t know how to describe it...maybe super soft but thick and substantial...and durable...? I think that’s a fair description.

One odd feature: this coat has backpack straps on the interior. It’s not something I see myself using day-to-day, but I suspect they would come in handy on a long hike.

The hood: The hood! This is the single most important design feature of this coat, in my opinion. It’s what set this coat apart for me. I have very thick, long hair, and I think I must have either a long neck or a tall head (or both?), because hoods NEVER fit me. Truly 99 out of 100 hoods leave the top front of my head and my face exposed...and if I had my hair in a ponytail or bun, I wouldn’t even bother trying to use a hood. But this magical hood is different. It’s huge! (Iit’s very adjustable, however, for those of you who don’t need a huge hood.) It totally fits my needs...tall head, long neck, huge hair, and all. As a bonus, when the hood is back, it sort of folds back nicely and becomes this very attractive standing collar. (Another bonus: no coyotes died in the making of my judging, just a bonus.)

Performance: so far, so good! I’ve been out in the 20-35 degree zone, mostly, and I’ve stayed toasty warm. Also, I wanted to be sure to include that although this coat is substantial, and it looks like it would be bulky, it’s magically not. It feels very light on, and it’s easy to maneuver while wearing. This is a big departure from my NF Triclimate, in which I feel a bit like Randy in A Christmas Story...arms out stiff, waddling like a penguin. I exaggerate, but I do feel overwhelmed by that coat... but not at all by the Rideau.

Love this coat...

Very warm and stylish

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times
  • Fit: True to size
  • Size Bought: Small
  • Height: 5'3"
  • Weight: 115lbs

I bought this coat for upstate NY winter. I love the warmth, the water proof outer layer, the large hood that also has down lining, and the warm pockets with fleece lining. I'm 5'3" and 115lbs and the small fits perfect and hits mid-upper thigh. I get a compliment on this coat every time I wear it.

Stoked to hear you're loving the coat, Cameron!! The large hood is a huge part of keeping you warm -- keeping snow off and wind out! Not to mention keeping makeup on-point during crazy storms.
I'm sure it's still your go-to jacket for cold temps and will be for many years to come!!

Unanswered Question

Gooooooood morning! Just wondering if you'll be getting this in a small any time soon?
Really appreciate your help, thanks so much, Alex ☺️

I really want to buy the Rideau Parka but in medium red, I looked everywhere and they are sold out.. Is there any chance soon that there are going to be more for sale? I am aware the Montebello parka is like this one but the colour red in Montebello looks too bright for my taste.

Is the Rideau Parka the same coat as the...

Is the Rideau Parka the same coat as the Montebello Parka without the fur hood?

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Hey so the Canada Goose Montebello Down Parka will have 25 more down fill. Both coats will have slim fit the Rideau however does not have the removable Coyote fur trim that blocks out the wind and cold. Both will have the center back length of 28 in. You do get a little more pocket options in the Montebello with 2 hand, 2 chest, 1 sleeve, [internal] 1 media, and 1 security pocket. The Montebello does have a 55gsm Nylon-weave, water-proof lining to provide a complete insulation.

Hi, can you help with sizing, please? I'm...

Hi, can you help with sizing, please? I'm 36" in the bust but heavy in the upper arms. I wear XL in North Face (or medium in mens TNF) so am unsure whether to buy a large or extra large. I will only wear a light top underneath (like a Henley shirt, for example). Will CG be too warm for temps between 5-10* celcius?


The comfort of this parka will depend largely on what you plan to use it for, and how sensitive you are to cold. For most people, 625-fill power down is probably going to feel uncomfortably warm at 10 degrees Celcius (50 F) unless you're standing completely still for hours at a time-- and even then, it might still be a bit much.

As far as sizing goes, I've personally found Canada Goose to run a bit small, so it might be best to give the XL a shot first.

Feel free to call if you have any other questions! I can be reached at 800.409.4502, ext 4456.