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
- Q & A
- Fit: True to size
This is one of my wife's favorite jackets. Super nice fit and perfect just below pocket length. You will not be disappointed with this jacket.
- Fit: Runs small
- Size Bought: XL
I brought this coat for my wife for Christmas and she loves it. Well made, very warm.
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.
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 WANT TO KNOW THE CANADA GOOSE STILL HAVE 20%DISCOUNT OR NOT?
Does it have an option for a fur-trimmed hood?
Suzanne, the Rideau does not have a fur hood option.
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.
Unfortunately, we don't have any on order with Canada Goose right now. That's not to say we won't be getting them in, but I don't see us getting them anytime in the next month or two.
Is the Rideau Parka the same coat as the...
Is the Rideau Parka the same coat as the Montebello Parka without the fur hood?
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.