It’s our go-to brand for weather in the minuses and now that temps are slowly but surely warming up, it’s time to start dreaming of all of the activities we’ve been waiting to enjoy for (let’s be honest) eight months. So to gear up, Canada Goose has launched a line of smart, technical, waterproof and windproof soft shells and down-filled layering jackets perfect for weather that’s as unpredictable as our moods. Below, a look at a few of the essential silhouettes for enjoying a Canadian spring and what makes them truly amazing for that rainy run, hike or walk with the dog.
Canada Goose Hybridge Lite Coat with Hood, $595 at Sporting Life
The Skinny Down Jacket
Canada Goose is making the once too-puffy, silhouette-eliminating jacket a thing of the past. The Hybridge Lite is great for layering or even for those days when warm spring temperatures suddenly drop annoyingly low (it will keep you warm up to -5 degrees Celsius). Because weather and because Canada.
Canada Goose Canyon Shell Jacket, $525 at Canada Goose
The Tech Shell Jacket
Your go-to outerwear for activities, but especially for ever-changing conditions. Maybe you’re setting off for an invigorating bucket-list style hike across Banff National Park, or maybe you’re just sprinting to the grocery store in the middle of a flash storm. Whatever you’re doing, this coat will help you with two really important and near-unavoidable things: sweat and rain. Now, if only you remembered your wallet. Back out again!
Canada Goose Moncton Soft Shell Jacket, $475 at Sporting Life
The Stylish Soft Shell
Raincoat meet scuba suit: This hybrid takes the best in water-repelling concepts and turns it into a foolproof, streamlined jacket in a rainbow of colours. Moisture-wicking underarm and back gussets and rain-slicking laminate fabric help make this coat wet-proof inside and out in humid conditions.
All styles are available at select Holt Renfrew and Sporting Life stores across Canada.