About Canada GOOSE Expedition Parka
Canada Goose was founded in Toronto more than 50 years ago. The company still makes all of its clothing in Canada, keeping a close eye on the quality of their products. They believe that Canadians are the best judges of true quality clothing for extremely cold conditions. The Canada Goose Expedition Parka is a prime example of this dedication to quality. It was originally produced for scientists who were working at the McMurdo station in Antarctica and is one of the company?s best-known, most durable and warmest parkas. This is a serious, professional grade piece of cold weather clothing and has been designed to be used in the coldest places on earth. It has a range of external pockets designed for easy storage of gear and rapid hand warming.
Canada Goose produce their own ?Thermal Experience Index? to classify their cold weather clothing and the Canada Goose Expedition Parka scores a five, which means that it is suited to the most extreme conditions and has been field tested to temperatures below -30C. It has also been manufactured using the company?s most proven ?Arctic Tech? textiles, which have been designed to stay dry in the most extreme conditions. The fabric is water resistant, warm and durable. The down filling is specially selected to offer the best insulation and all Canada Goose Expedition Parka down fillings use some Hutterite down, which is regarded as the premium Canadian down. Even the hoods feature a trim of coyote fur because it is renowned as offering the best protection available.