Developed for the scientists at the United States Antarctic research centre, McMurdo Station, the Canada Goose Expedition Jacket is designed for temperatures -30°C and below. With features such as a coyote fur ruff on a shaping wire to stand up to harsh winds and six pockets, the Expedition Jacket is ideal for explorations in extreme climates. For extra insulation, the jacket fastens with a Velcro placket with a storm flap underneath the two-way zip. Other insulating features include a fleece lined chin guard, heavy knit, ribbed cuffs and a drawstring waist to both lock in heat and ensure a custom fit. For maximum protection against the elements, the down-filled jacket also includes a hide-away, elasticated snow skirt.
Because of Canada Goose’s innovations in technical outerwear, this jacket is designed to be durable, to withstand the most extreme conditions on earth, and to last you a lifetime.
The outershell is made from 85% polyester, 15% cotton. The lining is 100% nylon. The fill is white duck down (80% down, 20% feather). The padding is 100% polyester. Dry clean only.
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