"Made in Canada" means something to this consumer. Developed as a nod to post - war bush pilots in Canada's North, the Chilliwack Bomber provides the durability, warmth, and mobility that these pilots needed when working on Arctic runways.
Made using ultra - fine merino wool, the piece features nylon fabric on the www.canadagoosesaler.com hood and shoulders and uses Canada Goose's proprietary Thermal Mapping technology which uses strategic stitching to alleviate overheating across the upper back, under the sleeves and down the sides of the body.
They have you covered on the zipper and button area, so there is no wind able to get through you know, as most coats do, BUT here's where they go a step above.
Zippered vent and stripes in reflective silver - tone at outseams. Embroidered logo applique at sleeve. The video profiles celebrating "what it means to break new ground and live bravely" have been directed by New York - based documentary Canada Goose Jackets filmmaker Janssen Powers, whose previous work has been featured in National Geographic, The New Yorker and The New York Times.
A pack of milk duds later, with popcorn stuck to the bottom of our shoes, we'd ramble home dreaming of a future filled with a kind of freedom that comes only with being an adult.
Whether we lie in the grass, dip our toes into a stream, or breath in the aromatherapy of clean air, focusing on these simple experiences can help us relax and think more clearly.
In a release, the brand describes the women behind the parka designs, saying: "The designers of Project Atigi are mothers and grandmothers, nurses and teachers, office workers and small business owners - but when they pick up a needle and thread, they become something else: designers." It goes on to explain how each of the 18 women were sent kits which includes the brand's Arctic Tech fabric, fur for trimming, and zippers and lining.