Enjoy the best of winter with Canada Goose Langford Parka


Canadian winters are wonderful, especially with the Canada Goose Langford Parka. For the first time, I’ve never been so warm and comfortable in the wind and snow, and the amazing coat has helped me enjoy getting out and enjoying the season.

From hiking, tobogganing and skating to just taking a walk, I’ve always loved this time of year. There’s just a world of difference between an average winter coat and a Canada Goose winter parka.

Everything about the Langford Parka is impressive, and it starts with the fabric and the design. For that chic and stylish parkaCanada Goose uses high quality materials – inside and out – to deliver a warm, yet not heavy coat, and it’s rated TEI 4 on the Thermal Experience Index, keeping you warm between – 15°C and -25°C. °C.

Along with a lifetime warranty, the Canadian-made parka features high-quality, rugged fabric with durable water-repellent treatments and incredible craftsmanship, stitching and design. So while the outer fabric shields you from wind and snow, the 625 Fill Power white duck down insulation helps keep warmth close to your body, keeping you warmer longer in cold weather.

Canada Goose Langford parka with black camouflage trim

Since the parka is a bit longer, it also helps keep your upper legs warm, but when you need to adjust, the YKK 2-way front zipper allows you to unzip at from the bottom to make it easier. bend down, open your pockets or cool off a bit.

Velcro on the front storm flap on the outside of the zipper also ensures snow and wind don’t get inside the parka, while adjustable drawcords help make it more comfortable around your waist and neck.

The hood is also very impressive, as it is adjustable, customizable and still looks sleek and clean. The strap at the back of the hood lets you adjust the fit so it can perfectly cover your head, with a flap along the outside that can be extended or turned around, depending on what you need. a little more protection for your face.

The removable Arctic Tech fabric trim makes it even easier to adjust the fit, creating a peak above your head, folding it down to move it out of the way, or allowing you to tuck the hood further for better protect your face from the elements.

I’ve never felt so protected outside in the winter, and I love the graphite coat – it’s a really gorgeous gray that’s a unique shade from the usual parka colours.

Canada Goose does a great job of making sure the parkas hold up over time, and that’s also thanks to all the little details. On the outside, I love the strap on the back of the parka with the Canada Goose emblem. Around your face, inside the storm flap, there is a nice soft durable finish to make it more comfortable. And the inside of the parka has a small zippered pocket on one side for small items and then a bigger pocket on the other side which is perfect for your phone.

On top of everything else, I also love the way the coat moves. The design is fantastic and it allows me to move easily from the sleeves to the waist, shoulders and head. When the hood is up, it follows the movements of my head with fluidity, which allows me to see well without struggling.

Canada Goose Langford Parka

On the outside of the parka, the flap pockets are big enough for gloves or a beanie, while the slanted handwarmer pockets are lined with soft, comfortable fabric.

And to keep you toasty warm, the sleeves feature a sturdy rib-knit cuff that fits snugly around your wrist so you can layer your gloves on top to lock yourself in.

The Langford Parka is available in Black, Graphite, Navy, Atlantic Navy and Limestone for $1,150, including the removable Arctic Tech fabric trim. Additional hood trims are available in a range of styles and colors for $75, including a quilted design and reflective Classic or black camo print.

Looking to make sure you’re as warm as possible in the snow? I also love the Journey boots from Canada Goose, the very impressive sturdy winter boots that are rated to -15°C and come in a limited edition airtight case.

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