Super tempted for a jacket myself! However, one thing I would say, is that it is extremely warm. I know it sounds crazy, but it's warmer than any other coat you have probably ever had including ski jackets as it is made for extreme weather conditions. Think twice before you buy the parkas, instead, try a few different jackets and coats on in - store, walk around, zip it up and really consider if it is suitable for you and the local weather.
While still too early to tell if Canada Goose jackets will remain popular, current enthusiasm for the jackets stem from their association with luxury and reputation as a social statement, not their "objective qualities" as Antarctica - grade coldgear. Therefore, as students purchase these jackets based on this reasoning, I consider them a fad at the University of Chicago. This is not to say the company lacks a consumer base who uses these jackets for situations closer to functional intent.
I LOVE my jacket. I was talking to Ashby about it, and I had her wear one for the Canada Goose Vest day. You are certainly aware of a trend if you combined them with one of those black Canada Goose coats with the furry hoods that goes for 1,000 (on the low end), the kind warm enough for the Antarctic but so ubiquitous in Midtown, and you give the vibe that you mix your practicality with style.
So how does it work exactly Well, about as literal as it sounds. To "bathe" in nature means you bask in it by using all of your five senses. Exercise, this is not.
2. The Pockets - I remember loving this about the last jacket, but the Triullum has FOUR pockets. Two at your hips and two at your bust. Model and actress Kate Upton is no stranger to statement - making imagery. One of her most iconic shots is the cover of Sports Illustrated's 2013 swimsuit issue. Standing amid icebergs on a boat in Antarctica, Upton wears bikini bottoms and an item of clothing not often seen on a swimwear - themed cover: a Canada Goose parka.