37 похожие сайты как Canada-Goose.ru - SImilarSites.com buy canada goose uk

Canada-Goose.rusimilar sites

Canada Goose - Россия

  Главная Продукция FAQ О компании Где купить История Пресса Goose People   НАВИГАЦИЯ Главная Продукция FAQ О компании Где купить КОМПАНИ... Язык: N/A

Категории: Business And Industry
Ярлыки: goose главная история компании пресса
    • AD
    • 1
      canada goose - россия

        Главная Продукция FAQ О компании Где купить История Пресса Goose People   НАВИГАЦИЯ Главная Продукция FAQ О компании Где купить КОМПАНИ...

    • 2
      Интернет магазин экипировки VSLeather.com

      Интернет магазин пуховиков и туристического снаряжения, зимней обуви и мотоэкипировки с доставкой заказа почтой из США

    • 3
      canadagoose-ru.com: the leading canada goose ru site on the net

    • 4
      магазин

      добро пожаловать в магазин «koreamoda»

    • 5
      рїсђрѕс„рёр»сњ рїрѕр»сњр·рѕрір°с‚рµр»сџ - сѓс‚сђр°рѕр° рјр°рј

    • 6
      канадские пуховики canada goose, parka, jacket, chilliwack, expedition, canada goose chilliwack, canada goose expedition, canada goose jacket, canada goose limited edition, canada goose, parka, canada gus, canada guse, canada guz, chilliwack parka, expedition parka, kanada goos, kanada gus, канада гусь, www.canada-goose.com, канадские куртки, канадские пуховики, канадский пуховик, пуховик canada, пуховик chilliwack, пуховик expedition, самый качественный пуховик, самый теплый пуховик, канадский пуховик, canada goose, москва, россия, стильный пуховик, оригинальный канадский пуховик, paul shark, north face

      канадские пуховики канада гус гусь нобис куртки женские мужские детская одежда на зиму

    • 7
      service unavailable

      みんなでつくって、みんなで使おう!! このデータベースは、我孫子市の鳥類の生息状況を知るために、皆さんが観察した鳥の生息情報を集めて、鳥の博物館でデータベース化し、閲覧できるようにしたものです 皆さんが観察した情報は、インターネットを通じて、いつでもどこからでも鳥の博物館の...

    • 8

    • 9

    • 10
      서비스 차단 안내

      페이지를 보려면, 프레임을 볼 수 있는 브라우저가 필요합니다.

    • AD
    • 11
      goose.linkernet.be

      gratis startpagina via linkernet.nl

    • 12
      田媽媽田園料理館 (鵝肉,鵝肉加工品,蜜汁滷味,冰鎮蜜汁滷鵝翅,冰鎮蜜汁滷鵝腳,冰鎮蜜汁滷鵝胗,燻鵝頭,蜜汁燻茶鵝)

      鵝肉,鵝肉加工品,蜜汁滷味,冰鎮蜜汁滷鵝翅,冰鎮蜜汁滷鵝腳,冰鎮蜜汁滷鵝胗,燻鵝頭,蜜汁燻茶鵝

    • 13
      goose club

    • 14
      goose travel

      goosetravel.pt

    • 15
      Goose house.

      シンガーソングライターが集いオンガクを奏でる家、Goose house。ひとつひとつは、まだちっぽけな音だけれど、重なり合い、紡ぎ合い、やがてひとつの暖かい音になり、この都会の片隅の小さな部屋から、世界中の街へ拡がりつつある。

    • 16
      goose festival

      il goose festival è una manifestazione di musica,arte e cultura che si tiene ogni anno il primo weekend di agosto nel cortile del castello di zevio (verona) e che presenta alcuni tra i migliori gruppi del panorama musicale indipendente italiano.

    • 17
      goose.cl

      goose discotheque villa alemana, chile

    • 18
      canadagoosejakkeandparkas

      Bikinisæson Selvom det er lang tid til sommer, sol og varme, så er bikinisæsonen allerede i fuld gang. Sæsonen er faktisk allerede starte...

    • 19
      goose books - welcome to goose books

      the nappy bag book is the definitive australian resource guide for parents with young children aged 0 to 5 years. available from bookstores…

    • 20
      cooking my goose

      Cooking My Goose Learning to cook one recipe at a time. I'll be trying out recipes by celebrated chefs and will hopefully be transformed ...

    • 21
      Goose Creative becomes Sunday

      Goose Creative becomes Sunday. Digital solutions and customer magazines under one roof.

    • 22
      snowgoose.on

      snowgoose.on

    • 23
      under construction

      Under Construction

    • 24
      goose

      goose explores how technology enabled solutions can help people and organizations address their challenges and realize their opportunities and aspirations. we apply new thinking and concepts to create more simple and trusted experiences, continuously improving the way our customers work.

    • 25
      spruce goose enterprises

      No Posts Found! Sorry, but you are looking for something that isn't here. Welcome

    • 26
      buygooselikes

      reyhrthty

    • 27
      goose e-ticaret

      goose.com.tr .::'yalın, abartısız kıyafetleri ve el yapımı toka, şapka gibi aksesuarlarıyla miniklerin markası'::. kız çocuk giysileri, kız çocuk kıyafetleri, kız çocuk modası

    • 28
      e-Τeaching :: Ευρετήριο

      ÓðïõäÝò óôïí Åõñùðáúêü Ðïëéôéóìü

    • 29
      финтурист

      финтурист – интернет-журнал о местах, событиях, людях и развлечениях финляндии. читайте увлекательные статьи и скачивайте купоны на скидки в магазины финляндии в одном месте.

    • 30
      canada goose стильные модные пуховики из канады

      наша компания является официальным дистрибьютором пуховиков canada goose в украине. canada goose - сделано в канаде! canada goose - ведущ...

    • 31
      Региональная объединенная компьютерная сеть образования, науки и культуры Санкт-Петербурга (РОКСОН)::. Проект РОКСОН

      региональная объединенная компьютерная сеть образования, науки и культуры санкт-петербурга

    • 32
      интеpнет мaraзuн продажu спортuвной одежды mocквa | кyпuть спортuвнyю одеждy | нuзкuе цeны

      sportswearoff - интернет магазин спотривной одежды. низкие цены, высокое качество, доставка по россии.

    • 33
      1ST Life - товары для жизни в магазинах рунета: одежда, продукты, аптека, техника, гигиена

      приветствуем вас на портале 1stlife.ru ! мы постарались собрать здесь базу товаров наиболее необходимых для каждого человека из ряда попу...

    • 34
      1st cloth - рѕрґрµр¶рґр° рё рѕр±сѓрісњ, рјсѓр¶сѓрєрѕрµ рё р¶рµрѕсѓрєрѕрµ р±рµр»сњрµ, рірѕр»рѕрірѕс‹рµ сѓр±рѕсђс‹, р±рёр¶сѓс‚рµсђрёсџ рё рір°р»р°рѕс‚рµсђрµсџ, с‡р°сѓс‹ рё сћрірµр»рёсђрѕс‹рµ рёр·рґрµр»рёсџ рё рґсђсѓрірѕрµ

      Приветствуем Вас на портале 1STCloth.ru ! Мы постарались собрать здесь базу предложений одежды и других товаров из ряда популярных интерн...

    • 35
      Интернет-магазин «Ледниковый Период» - магазин туристического снаряжения Ice-Age.ru

      shop.ice-age

    • 36
      Манарага - велосипеды, горные лыжи, беговые лыжи, туристические палатки, спальники, рюкзаки, сноуборды, снаряжение для скалолазания и альпинизма, кемпинговая мебель, катамараны, байдарки > Манарага

      Компания «Манарага» основана в 1992 году. Специализируется на производстве и продаже снаряжения для экстремального спорта и активного отдыха. Более 16-ти лет продукция, выпускаемая под маркой «Манарага» известна как профессиональным спортсменам, так и геологам, экологам, охотникам, а также широкому кругу людей, любящих активный отдых и спорт. За это время наше производство специального туристического и альпинистского снаряжения вышло на всероссийский уровень, став крупнейшим на Урале. Сеть магазинов «Манарага» позволяет осуществлять полную экипировку экспедиций, туристических групп, спортивных клубов и секций, спасательных отрядов, подразделений МЧС.

    • 37
      brands7

      стильная, удобная, элегантная и модная одежда – это полная уверенность в себе, а также чувство комфорта в любой ситуации.

Canada-Goose.ru Сайты с Подобным Трафиком



Canada-Goose.ru Сайты Схожие по Посещениям

люди, посетившие Canada-Goose.ru также посетили:

  • cmonday.ru

    киберпонедельник в россии 2014 киберпонедельник в россии 2014

    27 января 2014 года – общероссийская акция онлайн-распродаж «киберпонедельник»!

  • mults.info

    Мультики. Смотреть и скачать.

    Сайт представляет из себя пополняемую коллекцию мультфильмов, советских и не только!

    View Similar Sites
  • avito.ru

    Доска бесплатных объявлений — Avito. Частные объявления и предложения. — Бесплатные объявления на сайте Avito

    Бесплатные объявления на Avito — подать бесплатные объявления.

    View Similar Sites
  • mail.ru

    Mail.Ru: почта, поиск в интернете, новости, игры

    Почта Mail.Ru — крупнейшая бесплатная почта, быстрый и удобный интерфейс, неограниченный объем ящика, надежная защита от спама и вирусов, мобильная версия и приложения для смартфонов. Доступ по IMAP, SMS-уведомления, интерфейс на разных языках и темы оформления Почты. Также на Mail.Ru: новости, поиск в интернете, авто, спорт, игры, знакомства, погода, работа.

    View Similar Sites
  • yandex.ru

    Яндекс

    Поиск информации в интернете с учетом русской морфологии, возможность регионального уточнения. Параллельный поиск по новостям, картинкам, товарам, блогам, адресам организаций.

    View Similar Sites
  • ebay.com

    Electronics, Cars, Fashion, Collectibles, Coupons and More | eBay

    Buy and sell electronics, cars, fashion apparel, collectibles, sporting goods, digital cameras, baby items, coupons, and everything else on eBay, the world's online marketplace

    View Similar Sites

Canada-Goose.ru Подобные Сайты по Поиску:

сайты, получающие трафик от тех же ключевых слов для поиска, что и Canada-Goose.ru:

  • canadagoose-ru.com

    canadagoose-ru.com: the leading canada goose ru site on the net

    View Similar Sites
  • canadagoose-canada.ca

    canada goose canada: enjoy canada goose parka 70% off online--free shipping

    canada goose parka with high quality and stylish designs will protect you even in extremely cold winter. canada goose has been manufacturing the winter gear since 1957 and we never let the people who wear our products down.

    View Similar Sites
  • winwintrades.com

    coach, inc. and coach services, inc. v. the partnerships and unincorporated associations identified on schedule “a” – case no. 13-cv-7822 | greer, burns & crain, ltd.

    gbc is a chicago intellectual property law firm. we specialize in patent, trademark, and copyright procurement and enforcement; anti-counterfeiting strategies; licensing, technology transfer and ip agreements; trade secrets; international ip protection; internet and domain name disputes; and enforcing intellectual property legal rights in ip disputes.

  • canadagoose.dk

    canadagoose.dk

    Produktion og salg af tøj til de mest ekstreme kuldeforhold. Forhandleroversigt på sitet.

    View Similar Sites
  • vsglobal.ru

    ��������� �������� � ����� baffin

    �������� �� ������ �� ������� ������ ���������� ������� � ������� ������� ������ � ����� ��� ����, ������ � ���� �������� canada goose �� ����� ������ ����� � �������� ������ ����������� ������. ����� � ������������ ������ � ��������.

    View Similar Sites
  • sevmeteo.ru

    Северное управление по гидрометеорологии и мониторингу окружающей среды

    sevmeteo

    View Similar Sites
  • redfoxmsk.ru

    RedFox интернет-магазин в Москве. Одежда, обувь и снаряжение для спорта и активного отдыха. Сеть магазинов RedFox по Москве.

    Интернет-магазин RedFox. Одежда, обувь и снаряжение для спорта и активного отдыха. Сеть магазинов по Москве.

    View Similar Sites
  • goose.com.ua

    canada goose стильные модные пуховики из канады

    наша компания является официальным дистрибьютором пуховиков canada goose в украине. canada goose - сделано в канаде! canada goose - ведущ...

    View Similar Sites
  • shop-sportton.ru

    интернет-магазин canada goose | зимние куртки и пуховики канада гус - шоп спорттон | canada goose пуховики, www.canada-goose.com, канадские куртки, канадские пуховики, канадский пуховик, самый качественный пуховик, самый теплый пуховик, канадский пуховик, москва, россия, стильный пуховик, оригинальный канадский пуховик - интернет-магазин canada goose (shop sportton)

    канадские пуховики в магазине зимней одежды canada goose. доставка из москвы по всей россии. сайт канада гус.

    View Similar Sites
  • vsleather.com

    Интернет магазин экипировки VSLeather.com

    Интернет магазин пуховиков и туристического снаряжения, зимней обуви и мотоэкипировки с доставкой заказа почтой из США

    View Similar Sites
  • chestyle.com

    Черняков CHEstyle.com - прикольные истории из жизни и путешествий

    Черняков - прикольные истории из жизни и путешествий

    View Similar Sites
  • canadapuhovik.com

    канадские пуховики canada goose, parka, jacket, chilliwack, expedition, canada goose chilliwack, canada goose expedition, canada goose jacket, canada goose limited edition, canada goose, parka, canada gus, canada guse, canada guz, chilliwack parka, expedition parka, kanada goos, kanada gus, канада гусь, www.canada-goose.com, канадские куртки, канадские пуховики, канадский пуховик, пуховик canada, пуховик chilliwack, пуховик expedition, самый качественный пуховик, самый теплый пуховик, канадский пуховик, canada goose, москва, россия, стильный пуховик, оригинальный канадский пуховик, paul shark, north face

    канадские пуховики канада гус гусь нобис куртки женские мужские детская одежда на зиму

    View Similar Sites

Canada-Goose.ru Сайты Схожие по Теме

смотреть топовые сайты с наиболее родственными темами Canada-Goose.ru:

'goose'
see top sites for this topic
  
  • canada-goose.com

    Canada Goose extreme weather outerwear made in Canada since 1957. Parkas, coats, shells, jackets, bibs, pants, gloves, mittens and hats .
    View Similar Sites
  • abstrusegoose.com

    Strip cartoon about math, science, and geek culture.
    View Similar Sites
  • fr.canada-goose.com

    Canada Goose Météorologiques Extrêmes Survêtement pour Hommes, Femmes, Enfants
    View Similar Sites
  • goosehouse.jp

    waar kanada goose kopen-desc2 truncate">シンガーソングライターが集いオンガクを奏でる家、Goose house。ひとつひとつは、まだちっぽけな音だけれど、重なり合い、紡ぎ合い、やがてひとつの暖かい音になり、この都会の片隅の小さな部屋から、世界中の街へ拡がりつつある。
    View Similar Sites
'главная'
see top sites for this topic
  
  • payments.ebay.co.uk

    if this page is not redirected in a few seconds
    View Similar Sites
  • wu.adonweb.ru

    404 not found
    View Similar Sites

buy canada goose uk

canada goose butik
Canadese Goose Jacket
canada goose chateau

The Canada Goose Parka: Is a $700 winter jacket really worth it?

Share 259 Tweet Pin 13 Share Shares 272

I’ve spent $700 on a few things in my life. My unlocked iPhone, a few well-loved bicycles, and even my IKEA sofa cost seven bills.

But what about a puffy parka?

When I first spied the huge numbers of Canada Goose jackets flocking around Toronto I had no clue the down-filled, fur-trimmed parkas boast such sizeable price tags. With everyone wearing the Canadian-made coat, I figured the price was affordable.

Kerry K. Taylor

Kerry K. Taylor vs. the $700 Canada Goose Kensington Parka

Boy, was I wrong.

Turns out only snowbirds with deep pockets can afford to sport this popular outdoor brand on their wings. Are these jacket wearers getting goosed? Or is there real value behind the Canada Goose brand?

Selling Value

It’s hard to put a price on staying warm. I should know. As a Canadian who has lived in Ottawa, Toronto, Vancouver, and BC’s Okanagan Valley I’ve experienced all sorts of cold.

The worst type of cold is the feeling of the wet windchill biting your bones while waiting for a bus. So while waiting for budget transit in Toronto, I asked Canada Goose parka wearers why they bought a $700 coat.

The most common coat buying answers:

  1. Warmth without bulk: The “light-as-air” coat is filled with warm down.
  2. High quality materials: The parkas are made with goose down sourced from Canadian Hutterite farmers and come with a removable coyote fur-lined hood.
  3. Durable: Transit travelers loved the stitching, fabric, and perceived the coat to be highly durable. “An investment that will last for years,” many said.
  4. Made in Canada: “Not a cheap coat made in China.”
  5. Lifetime Guarantee: From Canada Goose: “Warranted to the original owner against defects in material and workmanship for the lifetime of the product.”
  6. Fashionable: The puffy coat looks so stylish that even celebrities and athletes boast the brand.
She might catch a chill: Canada Goose is so stylish that even Sports Illustrated bikini model Kate Upton is down with the goose.

She might catch a chill: Sports Illustrated bikini model Kate Upton is down with the goose.

Not racing to the bottom

Everyone knows that Canada Goose parkas never go on on sale, so the brand isn’t trying to race to the bottom by being the cheapest coat on the market. If you want cheap stuff made in China you shop at Walmart. If you want a Canadian-made coat, then maybe there’s a price to pay.

Also, allegedly selling a cheaper Goose-like knockoff is getting Sears sued for trademark infringement — so consumers have to buy the real thing to stay toasty warm.

The recent Canada Goose sale to U.S. company Bain Capital got a few consumers pecking over the brand staying Canadian-made in Canuckland. Something for future consumers to think about.

Birds of a feather…

Would you become a member of the flock and buy a $700 coat?

My most expensive winter coat is a BCBGMAXAZRIA fully-lined, mostly wool $199 deal bought through eBay. The zippers are a little breezy, but super cool.

Kerry K. Taylor

So far I’m dealing with the Canadian chill, but I’d love to know what you guys think:

YES to the $700 parka, or NO not down with the bird-brained deal?

Comment away!

Love,
Kerry

Share 259 Tweet Pin 13 Share Shares 272 « 2013 Gift Guide: 10 Awesome Gadgets Worth the Money. Maybe.Pink is for girls: What’s up with all the gendered toys? »

Reader Interactions

Comments

  1. December 17, 2013 at 5:29 pm

    After years of buying cheap coats that would only last a handful of winters I said yes to the $700 parka two years ago and haven’t regretted it one bit!!! No more freezing and constant layering of semi-warm coat and multiple warm sweaters to get through winter!! Also really helped when I sold the car and start taking the bus!! The way I figured it was that I won’t have to buy a coat for the next 10 years!! (~$70/year) I bought Canada Goose not so much for the name but also for the fit, I’m taller than most.. Same with the boots, also Canadian-made company $250 and they are on their 4th winter and I’m sure I’ll have them for another 4!!

    I’ll be wearing my Goose until there’s no feathers left in it!!!

  2. December 17, 2013 at 5:30 pm

    No. Not even if I still lived in canada.

  3. December 17, 2013 at 6:38 pm

    I live in Ottawa, and walk 30min each way to/from work the whole winter. With the right layering I feel toasty warm in my old and worn ski jacket even in -40 wind chill. It’s the face, hands and feet that feel the chill more. I would invest in a good pair of gloves and socks instead.

  4. December 17, 2013 at 6:54 pm

    You can get a great really warm Mountain Hardware or North Face Down Filled winter Jacket for half that price. So in my opinion No. Not worth the price to me.

  5. December 17, 2013 at 7:17 pm

    Canada Goose = status symbol = vain waste of money….
    Bought a wonderful Mark’s Work Wearhouse HD3 Tmax car coat for an amazing sale price of $125. It is warmer than ANYTHING I’ve ever owned. Also, no innocent coyotes were killed so I could parade around in my overpriced dumb jacket like a complete tool.

  6. December 17, 2013 at 7:38 pm

    Just to point out to the people throwing out the over priced card. If this company is going to the extremes to source the feathers and manfucator the coats in Canada do you think they’re paying their employees minium wage? Giving people a fair wage means a product isn’t going to be as cheap as one made in China. Just think about that.

  7. December 17, 2013 at 8:06 pm

    I presently own and wear a 12 year old Linda Lundstrom Laparka, which was the coat of choice for teachers doing outside supervision in central Manitoba. I wore a lighter jacket today since it was only -17 C but I have to admit that I have been looking at the down since the original Laparka is no longer made. If a product is really good for our conditions and made in Canada – and will last – then it just might be worth the cost.

  8. December 17, 2013 at 8:30 pm

    25 years ago, my dad bought me a parka from Army & Navy, with the fur trimmed hood that “tunnels” out. Between that, my hubbies work snow pants from Marks Workwearhouse and Sorel felt lined boots, I’m nice and toasty any day I venture out in -40 here in SK. The parka is waaaaaay to warm for anything above -30C….so I rarely need to use it. (Because I’m much wimpier in my older age, and don’t go outside unless I absolutely have to!) When my son finishes his final growth spurt, we’ll take him either to Marks or Peavey Mart to get outdoor winter work gear.

    I admit I have no sense of fashion…..but I do have a sense of warmth!

  9. December 18, 2013 at 2:12 am

    Cheap coats are like cheap shoes–they fall apart quickly. I have no problem getting a cheap coat for the kidlet–he’s never going to wear it for a second winter.

    I don’t think you have to spend $700 to get a good coat. I do think that, if you’re looking for a good coat at WalMart, you’re probably not going to find one.

  10. December 18, 2013 at 2:59 am

    In agreement with everyone else…STATUS SYMBOL… I have down filled North Face jacket for 5 yrs and it is toasty warm for the brittle winds of Ottawa. I paid $300 for it. Also I don’t have to have “coyote” trimmed hood (really!)

    It is nice to see “Canadian Made” however as stated it has now been bought by an USA company who will and I guarantee it outsource the coats to be made in China or India and will not be the same quality that people like to say they are!! Good Luck with that “Canada Goose”

  11. December 18, 2013 at 3:15 am

    I seriously considered if for the reasons listed. Especially the Canadian aspect, but no prof the coats are made in a union environment. I also despise labels and looking like everyone else. I ended up buying an $80 Joe Brand parka, removed the yucky furry hood, and had the zipper replaced at the farmers market for $30. This is my third winter wearing it. This winter I have been walking and taking transit, and the quality of my plain black Joe coat is fine. With apologies and thanks to the folks who made a pittance making it for me.

  12. December 18, 2013 at 3:15 am

    *proof* not prof

  13. December 18, 2013 at 4:14 am

    Sure, lets all buy cheap Chinese so we don’t have to work because there’ll be no work. Let’s all fill landfill with their garbage that lasts a few months and then has to be dumped. Wrong to spend so much money when we can keep Chinese in work and our own people on the streets. Get to it, support the Chinese economy

  14. December 18, 2013 at 4:34 am

    Yes, in a heartbeat. Growing up in Saskatchewan taught me the value of warmth and safety at an early age.

  15. December 18, 2013 at 5:27 am

    Here’s a website to make your decision easier – http://canadadouche.tumblr.com/
    This brand helps you to identify people you shouldn’t do any business with.

  16. December 18, 2013 at 5:39 am

    I’m in Montreal and we have Kanuk here that sells for the same price : http://www.kanuk.com/ If I ever buy a coat for its warmth and status symbol, that is what I will buy and they have sales ! But, no, I would not buy a 700$ coat.

  17. December 18, 2013 at 5:51 am

    Absolutely! For the first 40 years of my life, I froze and shivered through winter. Then I discovered those really warm coats and I have never been cold again. I am not the type of person who has to change coat every year so paying a high price doesn’t bother me. One of my warm coats is 20 years old and still looks brand new. It’s still very very warm also. I could go out in -40° and still be warm.

  18. December 18, 2013 at 5:52 am

    My daughter ( style changes slightly each year) first year of university 7 years ago. It is still going strong, looks great. Good purchase while waiting for buses during university and now for her commute.

    Canada goose is made in Winnipeg by the Richlu Family, they started in Toronto but it has been here for 60+ years. There are still some clothing manufacturers in Winnipeg. Silver jeans come to mind and their is another family who make the outer wear for the armed forces and did a generous donation of outerwear and sleeping bags to one of the shelters for the homeless(Siloam Mission)

  19. December 18, 2013 at 5:53 am

    I would if I could, especially if manufacturing stays in Canada. I spend a hundred buck on a winter coat at Pennington’s a couple of years back–not an insignificant amount for someone on a limited income. The seams started splitting within the first year, and now it just looks like junk.

    If I can manage it, this year I’ll be getting a new coat that will (hopefully) not be made in a sweatshop, and will last a couple of years.

    Kerry, your wool coat looks just fine (and very warm). My only problem with it is that it’s not a parka, which is garment much more suited to my outdoor activities.

  20. December 18, 2013 at 5:59 am

    No, but that’s because I live in south Louisiana, USA, on the Gulf Coast. Still, like many posters, I imagine you can stay warm for much less than $700. At $700, it’s not the COAT that’s being fleeced….

  21. December 18, 2013 at 6:01 am

    Yes, it’s worth it. I live in Winnipeg – we don’t understand why someone in Toronto would need one, but if you are going to be outside in temperatures below -40, then a Canada Goose is totally practical. Think trying to walk a dog when it is -36 AND windy. Or having to stand at a bus stop waiting for twenty minutes at 7am & it’s that cold. Not much works, including the overpriced (& not well made) North Face parkas. To be fair, Mountain Equipment Co-op has similar stuff at half the price, but they are made in China, & probably not as warm if you’re going up North.

  22. December 18, 2013 at 6:02 am

    I am still warm and toasty in my knee length wool coat from Winners purchased 5 years ago for $80. No killing of coyotes required for my warmth!

  23. December 18, 2013 at 6:04 am

    Living in Saskatchewan which is probably only rivaled by Manitoba and Nunavut on how cold it gets I had announced in the fall that I was going to buy one of these jackets. However, I’m cheap and kept stalling due to the price. Then when waiting over an hour outside in -25 weather to get into Greycup events I noticed two girls in front of me wearing Canada Goose Parkas. They were jumping around as if in death throes due to the cold and right then I decided I wasn’t buying that jacket. For that price they should have been the most comfortable people in line and that definitely wasn’t evident. I went and bought a down filled Point Zero Parka for 50% off coming to a cool $125. It’s definitely more Sugly than Sexy bought don’t care.

  24. December 18, 2013 at 6:06 am

    When I lived in New Brunswick I didnt have a need for an expensive goose down jacket, my snowboard jacket with a sweater on those really cold days were all I needed.

    Now that I live in Regina Saskatchewan where the temperatures can dip well below -40C with the windchill, I really appreciate the Canada Goose jacket that I bought two years ago. I agree it is not essential, there are many other people staying warm in Regina without the Canada Goose logo on their sleeve, but on those really cold days I really appreciate the warmth of the coat and while standing on the corner waiting for the crosswalk sign to change when the windchill is -45C, I am glad I paid even a high price for the comfort.

    I think it comes down to what part of the country you live in. This coat is probably overkill on Toronto, but in the prairies it is very valuable. So the price should be relative to how much comfort it will bring you.

  25. December 18, 2013 at 6:08 am

    A good winter coat and winter boots are definitely something I do not skimp on. I have a good down parka and boots that have lasted me for at least 4 winters now (maybe more). If it is cold, I put the hood over my toque and I am toasty warm.

    But, I will not pay $700 for a Canada Goose. I am more than willing to pay more for Canadian made products, but that kind of money is just not in the budget. And I am not a fan of the use of coyote fur.

  26. December 18, 2013 at 6:12 am

    I recently bought the Kensington jacket and don’t regret it one bit. I didn’t buy it for the brand but for the warmth, the quality and the lifetime warranty not to mention it is made in Canada. The North Face jacket I had stood up to Halifax winters but didn’t cut it in northern Alberta. Quality and performance is worth every penny.

  27. December 18, 2013 at 6:16 am

    CG is definitely a status symbol hence the ridiculous price -but the trend must be over because yes, CG does go on ‘sale’, since you can now get them at Costco.

  28. December 18, 2013 at 6:19 am

    My wife just bought me a Canada Goose coat and I must say that I absolutely love it. I walk over 40 minutes every workday outdoors and no other coat has ever kept me warmer. The hood and collar do an awesome job protecting the face and neck from windchill and sleeves are excellently designed to seal off the cold.
    I had a North Face coat in the past (that broke) and I find that Canada Goose is much better.

  29. December 18, 2013 at 6:49 am

    Please tell me which Costco sells CG!

  30. December 18, 2013 at 6:55 am

    I would not buy anything that had to have a coyote killed to line the hood! and most likely not $700 for a down coat – there are many other as warm ones out there. Like someone else said, one needs to also make sure one’s feet, face and hands are as protected.

  31. December 18, 2013 at 6:56 am

    NO WAY!! That is an outrageous price. The mark-up must be HUGE.

    Dare I say it, but even from south of the border, same quality, same warranty (women’s), comparable coat:

    LL Bean – $269
    Patagonia – $299
    Eddie Bauer – $229 – $249
    Barbour – $250 (on sale at a Barbour outlet; normally $550) – where another seller
    (UK) advertises this women’s Canada Goose parka for 733 POUNDS, or
    CAD $1274.00. What the??

    These online prices available to anyone.

    Shop around, esp. at manufacturers’ outlets and/or Boxing Day sales, Etsy and others.

    As importantly, do your homeworrk on kinds and qualities of down…

  32. December 18, 2013 at 7:01 am

    For all who say the price is not worth it: Not if you live down south where it is warm all year.
    I bought my Canada Goose coat in the 1990s and have been extremely pleased with it. Here in Labrador we often have the temperatures drop for a week or more where the daytime high might reach, before adding wind chill, to a balmy -30. At times I am outside for two to four house and I assure you that in those temperatures a warm Canada Goose parka is worth every cent. As well, I have had mine for about 20 years and it is still in rather good shape. Perhaps not as attractive as the day I bought it but at -35 sane people are more interested in functionality than looks. So about 20 years and I paid less than $700 originally, less than $500 if memory serves correctly, I think it was well worth it.

  33. December 18, 2013 at 7:11 am

    Yes I would buy one. I like to pay for something that lasts. Also you are thin and gorgeous.

  34. December 18, 2013 at 7:56 am

    I dunno. Sounds too much to me, especially when a little layering will do just fine. Maybe it really depends on your climate.

    To all the people objecting to the coyote fur, I’m assuming you’ve never lost a pet to one or had your child attacked by one. They’ve moved into Toronto and when I lived there, it seemed like every week there was a new missing cat poster up and I remember the headlines when one attacked and killed a family dog in their backyard. I’m fairly certain I heard about a child attacked too, but not killed.

    Now I’m not saying coyotes should be hunted to extinction but taking responsibility for the excess population by putting them to use sounds like a reasonable and wise solution.

  35. December 18, 2013 at 8:00 am

    I had a Canada Goose parka for the last 8 years, but it was starting to look old and I accidentally ripped it. Having a newborn a $700 jacket wasn’t something I was ready to buy. We went looking for jackets all over. Stumbled upon the Sears Alpintek… and holy crap is it awesome. Totally comparable to my old Canada Goose… and it was only $220!

  36. December 18, 2013 at 8:32 am

    I bought the Sears knock-off for $179+tax. I love it. I once paid $700 for a down-filled snowboard jacket for my son. It tore just the same as a $100 dollar one and after two winters wasn’t “cool” any more. So no I wouldn’t pay $700 for a CG. That is flat out a ridiculous price and I can say that cause I actually HAVE paid that before and it was NOT worth it!

  37. December 18, 2013 at 8:34 am

    I have a MEC down parka that have kept me warm in parts of Canada like the Northwest Territories. After 10 years of use, there are some minor scuffing but it is still going strong and just as toasty warm. It is well designed plus it costs only half as much.

  38. December 18, 2013 at 9:31 am

    I lived in Siberia for 23 years so I can judge. $700 for a winter jacket… Hmmm… As any woman I should have lots of jackets for lots of occasions: classy, trendy, moody, weatherly and simply a coat/jacket that matches my new boots/shoes or a new purse. They also should be up-to-date I think so I change them every 2-3 years to have a modern look. I would never buy so expensive jacket that I can use for couple years only and look like the same Xmas tree every winter… I will better buy more different coats for lesser price… So I say NO to this jacket!

  39. December 18, 2013 at 9:38 am

    I’m in Toronto too, and I don’t think for a second that all of those “Canada Goose” jackets I see are legit. There is a thriving market of knock offs.

  40. December 18, 2013 at 10:44 am

    I don’t own one. You get what u pay for inpatient cases
    If I lives in Vancouver no I wouldn’t buy but if I lived in
    Yellowknife I would
    Interesting comments from people who call it a status
    Symbol but in the same sentence say they own
    North face gear. Hellloooo north face is just the same

  41. December 18, 2013 at 11:19 am

    I understand the need for warm clothing in Canada. But I must believe this coat is over priced. It cannot be that much better than a $500 coat. And the coyote trim. What ever your feelings about coyotes keep in mind that many a coyote fur is actually dog. Further gives one pause…or is that paws. Surely people kept warm in Canada before this coat came along and they will continue to keep warm,one presumes.

  42. December 18, 2013 at 12:44 pm

    @Jess You know I’m not the gal on the cover of Sports Illustrated, right?

  43. December 18, 2013 at 12:49 pm

    NO

    Too much money. I’m sure there are lots of coats which are comparably warm, and layering is better for you in all kinds of weather.

    Coyotes – people aren’t killing them FOR the jackets. They are being hunted anyway.

    Warranty – what the heck does this REALLY mean?

    “Warranted to the original owner against defects in material and workmanship for the lifetime of the product.”

    umm, the lifetime of the product is how long it lasts. If it falls apart, who decides whether it is covered as being ‘within the lifetime of the product’? What a stupid wording.

  44. December 18, 2013 at 12:52 pm

    Oh, but I do like the Made in Canada aspect. I wonder if they will continue to be. I try to buy North American made items whenever possible.

  45. December 18, 2013 at 12:57 pm

    Nope. Way beyond my budget, and how would I layer down during hot flashes? Of course in Vancouver I don’t regularly need this much warmth, but I inherited my Mom’s el cheapo Manitoba parka, and it more than fills the bill…

  46. December 18, 2013 at 1:05 pm

    There are a few objections to the use of coyote fur in this coat. In parts of Canada, coyotes are consider vermin and are regularly hunted as such. If anything, these coats are sourcing material from a local culled animal that might otherwise go to waste. Would one rather have artificial petroleum-based faux fur wrapped around their face? Or a leather jacket made in a sweatshop in Vietnam? If the goose down is sourced from local huderite colonies, then it makes sense that the fur trim is locally sourced from rural Canada as well.

  47. December 18, 2013 at 1:13 pm

    There are also many comparisons being made between CG and other brands… Of course brands a like north face are going to be cheaper- they are made in poor foreign countries where their overhead costs are lower so they can still price in their inflated markups on their products and still have their coats come out to only a couple hundred bucks retail. If a price comparison should be made, it should be between CG and coats made in other developing countries where fair worker wages are paid, so coats made in the EU, US or other Canadian brands, like the kanuk comparison made above.

  48. December 18, 2013 at 1:43 pm

    I have been debating buying a CG for two years now, but still can’t bring myself to pay that much because I don’t do much walking outdoors. I either take the subway or used the PATH (underground system in TO) to get to around and a down coat would have caused some serious overheating. But now with a child, I will likely spend more time outdoors so I may invest in one in the future, but I will wait and see how my current 8 year old parka holds up and the fate of CG (will it still be sourced and manufactured in Canada?). The coat is worth it if you will get a lot of use out of it- otherwise it’ll just be a pricy fashion statement!

  49. December 18, 2013 at 2:13 pm

    About a decade ago, I was being sent to Hudson’s Bay in the middle of January for work but I was also on a budget. I went to Sir Plus in Ottawa and got myself a parka for under $300 which was my entir3 budget at the time. It was not down filled, and the lining around the face was fake fur, but it worked just fine, even when the mercury in the thermometer disappeared entirely into the bulb.

    That parka did not last more than 5 years, unfortunately.

    If my work was going to take me back up there again on a regular basis, I’d definitely consider the $700. But here in Northern Ontario, it just doesn’t get quite that cold.

  50. December 18, 2013 at 2:34 pm

    I purchased a “cheap” Target parka that lasted me 10 years, kept me warm and the bitter wind out. I ended up donating it while in Canada as I had too much packed in my suitcase and it was too warm to wear it. I have yet to discover another great find like it. I wouldn’t pay $700 for a coat though.

  51. December 18, 2013 at 4:12 pm

    I don’t bother with expensive coats. For Ottawa winters I just wrap myself in recycled Fiberglass Pink. Cheap and fashionable!

  52. December 18, 2013 at 4:38 pm

    LOL!!

  53. December 18, 2013 at 4:50 pm

    The most I’ve paid is for my 3 in one Columbia jacket. I don’t care about fashion so much as being warm… I just walked away from a beautiful turquoise coat at target for 79.99. I still have a work coat and my Columbia coat which is 8 years old. If I had $700 to spend on being warm. I would. Price is relative to your disposable income. I’m not working so an $80 coat is too much and easy to rationalize not buying as I have two coats.

  54. December 18, 2013 at 5:18 pm

    No I know you are not the photoshopped SI girl! You are the cute girl in the sleek back coat!! This article inspired me to start a savings account just to buy the Canada goose jacket! I believe in paying more for better quality. I already have a winter coat I bought 3 years ago for $150 from Land’s End. It’s very good quality but as I’m planning on moving to Edmonton I will need another coat too.

  55. December 18, 2013 at 7:05 pm

    I was ‘down’ with the idea at one point, so I actually went to try one on, and then realized that there was a coyote fur-lined hood. Ready to buy one, I asked if I could purchase it without this fur, when the reply was ‘No’, I was out. I don’t agree with wearing fur. There are other Canadian made options available, without the fur