Emily Jensonposted an image about Canada Goose Expedition Down Parka - Men's on November 16, 2017
South Pole Station, Antarctica
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South Pole Station, Antarctica
Arcteryx's website does not reflect the actual color of the Madras jackets. Our photo is much closer to the true shade and does make sense, when you consider the color is named after the Madras spice.
This jacket is crazy effective for both warmth and breathability. Oh, and comfort too!
For how light it is, it's super warm. When you think you need a heavy fleece, you don't, you just need this piece. And on top of that, if breathes extremely well, because of the smart fleece-mapping.
This is my trusty pick for everything!!! Skiing, touring, mountain biking, climbing, cold-weather running and hiking. I do wish they made it will a hoodless option, because I would get that one as well.
The durability is on point. Mine still looks new, without any pilling, after two years of use.
The sizing is true. This is form-fitting, which is how it's supposed to fit. This is not a layering piece. You aren't going to put a sweater under this, you want it to be your sweater. So, go with your normal size. I'm 5'8, 135 lbs and the medium is just right.
This awning feature is meant to be used with your trekking poles or custom made poles. Marmot does NOT manufacture these types of poles, for this purpose.
Here are the specs on this bag.
The short is 42 liters and typically good if you are 5'8 and under.
The regular is almost 48 liters and better if you are 5'9 or taller.
Here is the look of the height of this boot.
This color wasn't what I was expecting, but I actually like it better. The coat is warm and looks really sharp, with it's clean lines. It will show up with creases, but those will fade.
For the sizing, I could do a small, but I wouldn't be able to wear a sweater under it. So, if you need to layer, get your true size. If you need a more fitted jacket with minimal layering, then you could likely size down, if you are on the cusp. I am 5'8, 135 lbs.
The length of the back in medium, on a 5'8 frame.
Say hello to your new best friend. This is a lightweight, weatherproof jacket for your high aerobic pursuits. It will pack easy when things get heated, and protect you well when the clouds roll in, or on your descent.
The cut isn't oversized, but I did find the medium to be a bit roomy. However, it's perfect for a big warm mid-layer, which would be necessary at the summit. So, I'd say go true to size on this. I'm 5.8, 135 and wearing a medium in the photos.
This looks like pure glam, only fit for symphonies and weddings. But actually, it's a really playful jacket. You can create so many looks with this, that I had to post 4 photos, just to capture all the options! That isn't what you'd expect with a very high-end, leather jacket. But, it's just what Mackage wants for you.
I would say this runs true to size, though I sized down. I'm typically a medium, sometimes a small. But, I wanted a really strong silhouette with this piece, so I went small. I would say that my measurements are the max that will fit into a small. My waist is 30.5 and my chest is 37, with a full breath of air.
Large hood for when Mother Nature gets wild!
This has a faux layering affect when you close the mid zipper jacket.
This looks like money, and kind of stiff, on the site photo, But it's actually very handsome and fits like a glove. It's incredibly comfortable, and also warm. It's intensely gorgeous. You will not want to take it off.
I'm fitting well in a medium, which is typical for me. I'm 5'8 and 135.