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Canada Goose Snow Mantra Jacket - Men's

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For the world's least-forgiving environments.

You probably don't need the Canada Goose Snow Mantra Men's Jacket if it occasionally drops down into the 30s where you live, but if you spend time researching penguins at McMurdo Station, sailing around in search of the Northwest Passage, or sitting on park benches during Minneapolis winters, it'll be a lifesaver—literally. Canada Goose touts it as the warmest jacket in the world, and while we can't verify that, we can say that this thigh-length jacket is loaded up with as much 675-fill goose down as any other coat out there, with a water-resistant and tough Arctic Tech shell and down-proof nylon lining to keep the insulation from working its way out. The Snow Mantra's insulated and adjustable tunnel hood has a removable coyote-fur ruff to keep your head and face warm in the harshest weather imaginable, and there's even an insulated elastic hook-and-loop powder skirt and waist drawcord to keep snow, spindrift, and cold air from sneaking up your jacket.

When it's -40, the details can make the difference, and Canada Goose didn't skimp on any of them. A fleece-lined wind guard and storm flap add layers of protection behind the front zipper, while the internal knit cuffs seal tightly around your wrists to block drafts. There are two mesh pouches by the kidneys, which come with biodegradable warmers to produce extra heat, and short hem-to-waist zippers for ventilation and easy pocket access. Speaking of pockets, the Snow Mantra has a few--fleece-lined handwarmer pockets, chest and hand bellows pockets, a sleeve pocket, an ID pocket, a napoleon pocket, and multiple internal pockets to keep penguin treats and emergency gear close at hand. There's a D-ring glove attachment and multiple grab straps, along with reflective tape to keep you nice and visible during nighttime penguin-observation missions.

  • Arctic Tech shell with down-proof nylon lining
  • 675-fill goose down
  • Three-way adjustable tunnel hood with removable coyote-fur ruff
  • Insulated elastic hook-and-loop powder skirt
  • Fleece-lined windguard and zipper storm flap
  • Shoulder grab straps and back webbing grab strap
  • Hem-to-waist vent zippers and double-reinforced elbows
  • Glove attachment point and reflective tape details
  • Two mesh kidney pouches with biodegradable warmers
  • Internal rib-knit cuffs and adjustable waist drawcord
  • Item #CDG000A

Tech Specs

Material
[body] Arctic Tech, [lining] nylon
Insulation
675-fill goose down
Fit
regular
Length
hip
Hood
yes, removable coyote-fur ruff
Pockets
2 fleece-lined hand, 2 bellowed hand, 2 bellowed chest, 1 sleeve, 1 ID, 1 napoleon, 3 internal
Venting
hem vents
Thumbholes
inner cuff
Recommended Use
casual, alpine & expedition
Manufacturer Warranty
lifetime
Fur Information
coyote, Canada origin, natural, RN 68F8490

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Great coat

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
  • Fit: True to size
  • Size Bought: XL
  • Height: 5'11"
  • Weight: 220lbs

I bought this coat 5 years ago (it was less expensive then) when I lived in Anchorage. Used it primarily when snow machining in temperatures sometimes down to -40F. Used it on a snow machine trip from Tok, Ak. to Dawson, Yukon. Temps on that trip were -38F in the morning but warmer later in the day, maybe -15F. I wore a light down jacket under it and was always comfortable. Snowmachine speeds were up to 45mph-- wind chill was significant. On another occasion I accidently buried my snow machine in 4 feet of fine powder snow off the beaten track in Alaska. That night search and rescue found me when their flashlights lit up the reflective tape across the back of the coat-- overall the coat has served me well.

Utah and Canada Winters

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

I've had this for a couple of years now. Even in -20f in Canada, and the usual cold winter in Utah, this jacket has kept me almost too warm. I've had to let it vent to keep me from over-heating. I highly recommend this for anyone that plans for extreme outdoor adventures or multi-day winter adventures.