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Canada Goose Expedition Down Parka - Men's

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DetailsTake it to the extreme.Built for the coldest conditions found on planet Earth, the Canada Goose Men's Expedition Down Parka is designed to keep you comfortably warm in temperatures of -25F and below. Over 20 years of use by the National Science Foundation at Antarctica's McMurdo Station research facility has proven that this jacket has what it take to handle the most extreme weather you'll ever encounter.A hearty helping of high-loft duck down insulation keeps out cold that would cause frostbite in mere minutes. Arctic Tech fabric seals out frigid blasts of cold air and rapidly-accumulating snow, and it's extremely tough to withstand the rigors of expeditions to the poles. An insulated windguard prevents wind from coming in through the zipper, and the adjustable hood features adjustable bracing wire so it doesn't blow off or block your vision when the wind is whipping. An elasticized snow skirt keeps snow out when you're trudging through deep winddrifts, and multiple pockets keep small necessities close at hand.Handles the most extreme conditions on EarthDuck down insulation provides warmth for -25F and belowRugged Arctic Tech fabric is water- and wind-resistantInsulated windguard blocks Arctic blastsInterior drawcord at waist for snug fitAdjustable hood opening with adjustable bracing wireNon-removable coyote fur ruff at hoodFleece-lined chin guard for chafe-free comfortItem #CDG0007Tech SpecsMaterial[shell] Arctic-Tech nylon, [lining] nylonInsulation625-fill duck downFitrelaxedLengthmid-thighHoodyes, down-insulatedPockets[external] 2 chest, 4 hand warmer, 2 full-bellow snow, 1 sleeve pocket, [internal] 1 drop-in, 1 zippered securityRecommended Useextreme cold-weather, expeditionsManufacturer WarrantylifetimeFur Informationcoyote, natural, Canada origin, CA37818
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