We have been manufacturing innovative, high-quality outerwear in Canada for over 50 years. From South Pole research facilities and the Canadian High Arctic to the streets of New York City, Stockholm, Milan, Toronto and Tokyo, people wear our brand because of our reputation for quality, functionality, and style.
Our collection of down-insulated, technical and travel inspired outerwear will protect you in conditions that range from the mind-numbing cold of Antarctica to the gale force winds on the North Sea. Anyone who has ever worn one of our products will tell you that it has never let them down.
Canadians know cold weather- it’s a part of our national identity. We live with it, do battle with it and even celebrate its bracing challenges. That’s why Canada Goose has been manufacturing its authentic extreme weather gear right here in Canada since 1957. We test our products in North America too, because there are simply no better judges of the quality of parkas and jackets designed to withstand the coldest temperatures than the people who live and work in them. From Canadian Arctic Rangers – police forces working in sub-zero temperatures – to US National Science Foundation researchers stationed in Antarctica, to oil rig workers and even Arctic Air pilots, we’re proud that the most demanding wearers in the world choose Canada Goose. They rely on us for protection in unspeakably bitter cold conditions and we know that, in some cases, their very lives depend on our products. We take that responsibility very seriously and our customers – whether they’re exploring the South Pole, climbing Mount Everest or building an igloo in Resolute Bay – know they can count on us
All Canada Goose products are field tested by those who live, work and play in the environments they emerged from. From the Constable Parka developed with insights from law enforcement agencies, the Expedition Parka worn by almost every scientist at the South Pole, to the Chilliwack Parka designed for Pilots of the North, it is safe to say that Canada Goose is truly a product of its environment.