Canada Goose Expedition Parka - Women's
195 gsm, Arctic-Tech 85% polyester /15% cotton blend with a DWR.
55 gsm, Nylon plain weave treated with water repellent finish.
625 fill power white duck down.
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Whether you're planning an expedition to Antarctica or just braving the commute through another brutal northern winter, the Canada Goose Women's Expedition Parka provides heavy-duty warmth thanks to its high-quality duck down insulation. The Arctic-Tech shell features a DWR treatment to shed snow and moisture, and four fleece-lined front pockets hold your camera, extra gloves, and energy bars. Canada Goose added a strip of coyote fur to the hood for insulation and wind protection, and an internal snow skirt to seal out blowing storms.
The Canada Goose Women's Expedition Parka is an extreme weather parka for cold weather expeditions. Wrap yourself up in this and don't fear the blustery winds and falling Snows. Equipped to handle temperatures below -25°F, the 625 fill power white duck down is lightweight and toasty. The length falls to mid-tHigh for plenty of coverage, plus a non-removable hood and fur ruff protect head and face. Snuggle in and venture into the outdoors, don't worry, there Are 11 pockets for extra gloves and all your snacks. Features of the Canada Goose Women's Expedition Parka Rated a 5 on Canada Goose's Thermal Experience Index, this jacket should keep you warm to -20?F Mid-length provides good protection Coyote fur ruff surrounding a 2-way adjustable tunnel hood (horizontally and hood opening), with an adjustable bracing wire for superior protection in High-wind conditions Heavy-duty, centre front YKK 2-way locking zipper High-pile, fleece-lined chin guard for comfort Two Upper chest pockets secured with Velcro flaps Storm flap over centre front zipper secured with Velcro Two lower, full-bellow Snow pockets secured with Velcro flaps Four, fleece-lined, zippered handwarmer pockets hidden behind chest and lower pockets Utility pocket on left sleeve and flap pocket on right sleeve Two Interior Pockets: a security pocket with a zipper closure and a drop-in pocket Elasticized Nylon Snow skirt Adjustable waist drawcord provides added warmth Recessed, heavy-duty, rib-knit cuffs to keep out the cold Natural coyote fur
Designed for the scientists working at McMurdo station in Antarctica, the Canada Goose Women's Expedition Parka has been serving them well for the last 20 years. No matter where you battle harsh conditions, this winter jacket is built to withstand the coldest, snowy climates. A durable poly/cotton Arctic-Tech shell is not waterproof but it is treated with a DWR finish to help resist light moisture and snowflakes. This winter jacket is stuffed with high quality 625 fill duck down for insulation that is lightweight and stays lofty for years and lined with smooth, moisture-managing nylon. Outside you have multiple fleece-lined pockets, a storm flap covering the full front zipper and a coyote fur trimmed hood with a bracing wire that you can shape for customized visibility and wind-blocking face protection. Inside this down parka a snowskirt keeps the spindrift and icy winds out. With an iconic, expedition-inspired look and a relaxed fit that allows for lots more warm layers underneath, the Canada Goose Expedition Parka for women still has a feminine edge that will warm up any icy locale.
- Altrec Outdoors
Canada Goose takes pride in creating authentic gear to help real people living in extreme conditions battle the elements. Originally developed for scientists working in research facilities at McMurdo station in Antarctica, Canada Goose Expedition Parka allows its wearers to withstand the most frigid temperatures. Not only is it durable and well insulated, with 625 fill power white duck down, but its iconic design also features a highly functional collection of external pockets, perfect for easy gear storage and hand-warming.