Canada Goose Coats and Jackets for Women
Canada Goose was founded Toronto in a small warehouse by Sam Tick. The company originally specialized in woolen vests, snowmobile suits, and raincoats, but they eventually branched out to offer a variety of outerwear and knitwear in many fur and down options.What types of outwear does Canada Goose offer?
- Parkas: The shell of the parka is made from Canada Goose's proprietary Arctic Tech fabric that is wind and water-resistant. The parka is filled with goose down and has a removable coyote fur ruff. While most parkas come in black, they can be found in a variety of other colors including beige, orange, pink, purple, green, silver, and blue to name a few.
- Bomber Jackets: These are available in many colors, including black, blue, brown, gray, green, orange, red, silver, white, and multi-colored. Depending on the intended exposure, these jackets are available with a fur trim, without a fur trim, or a removable trim for an multi-purpose coat.
- Lightweight Jackets: Lightweight jackets come either filled in for temperatures that are right around freezing or unfilled for those windy, spring, or fall days when it is too cold to be without a jacket but too warm to wear your parka. Black is the most common color, but other colors can be found such as brown and blue.
- Raincoats: Raincoats by Canada Goose come in either hip or thigh length, sizes extra, extra-small to extra-large, and multiple colors such as black, silverbirch, polar sea, Niagara grape, and military green.
- Sweaters:Canada Goose makes sweaters for women from Merino wool. They are available as a pullover or as a jacket with a zipper in the front. They come in black, dark blue, or gray.
- Jackets: The HyBridge Jacket by Canada Goose is a hybrid between a sweater and a lightweight coat. The sleeves are knitted while the body is a water-resistant fabric filled with down. Only available in black, this light coat can be worn on its own in milder weather or under a parka for more extreme temperatures.
Each Canada Goose parka is rated on a Thermal Experience Index. Canada Goose is one of the companies that supplies parkas to those in the United States Antarctic Program. There are five categories within the Thermal Experience Index.
- Lightweight: For temperatures between 25 and 40 degrees Fahrenheit.
- Versatile: For temperatures between 5 and 30 degrees Fahrenheit.
- Fundamental: For temperatures between -5 and 15 degrees Fahrenheit.
- Enduring: For temperatures between -15 and 5 degrees Fahrenheit.
- Extreme: For temperatures below -25 degrees Fahrenheit.