For over 55 years, Canada Goose has been committed to producing outdoor luxury outerwear designed for the most extreme weather in the world; proudly made in Canada. From the South Pole research facilities and the Canadian High Arctic, to the streets of New York City, Stockholm, Paris, Milan, Toronto and Tokyo, people wear Canada Goose products because of its reputation for authenticity, quality, functionality, and iconic style. Canada Goose supports Polar Bears International as well as a number of charitable organizations and outdoor ventures that provide commitment to Arctic stewardship and the environment. For our full range pleace click here.
WORLDS BEST INSULATOR
Canada Goose has over 40 years of industry-leading understanding of down insulation technology which allows Canada Goose to choose the best blends of down to suit the specific requirements of each of Canada Goose's jackets. All of Canada Goose's blends include some Hutterite down, among the most premium Canadian down available. Its ability to retain more warm air than other types of down results in lighter weight jackets that don't sacrifice warmth.
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Canada Goose use coyote fur around the hoods on their jackets because it never freezes, doesn't hold water, and the uneven hair lengths create a windbreak that protects exposed skin, helping to reduce heat loss from the face. This holds as true in urban environments as much as it does in the high Arctic.
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With over two-thirds of the world’s polar bear population in Northern Canada and the Arctic habitat in jeopardy, Canada Goose is a proud Platinum sponsor to Polar Bears International (PBI). PBI is a not-for-profit organization devoted to preserving the habitat of polar bears around the world through research and education.
To learn more about Polar Bears International head to: www.polarbearsinternational.org.
The Conservation Alliance recently celebrated its 20th anniversary of protecting threatened wild places across North America, with eight new members this year to date, bringing the total membership to 170 companies. Among the additions was Canada Goose, the first Canadian outerwear brand to join the Alliance. So far this year, The Conservation Alliance has protected 10.5 million acres of land and 1,000 miles of rivers, removed one dam, and purchased a popular climbing area. Since its inception in 1989, the Alliance has contributed more than $7.5 million to grassroots environmental groups.
To learn more about the Conservation Alliance visit: www.conservationalliance.com.