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This Ethically-Sourced Down Parka Keeps You Warm In -22°F Temperatures

Founded nearly 60 years ago, Canada Goose now produces some of the world’s finest heavy-duty coats and jackets, utilizing contemporary cuts and designs and ethically-sourced top-shelf materials like premium goose down and coyote fur. For its latest release, the Toronto-based outfit has drawn from its extensive history to deliver a modern arctic-grade parka inspired by the company’s offerings of the past.

Christened the Standard Expedition Parka, the jacket features a recycled Organic Arctic Tech fabric main construction backed by a recycled Feather-Light Ripstop nylon liner and 750 fill power white Canadian Hutterite duck down. Good for keeping its wearer warm in conditions as low as -22°F, the jacket also boasts an adjustable down-filled hood with a fleece-lined chin guard and a removable reclaimed fur ruff sourced in North America, and an interior drawcord and recessed Power Stretch fabric cuffs that help to trap in heat. And, though it’s manufactured in white, the Organic Arctic Tech fabric will naturally change color and develop a unique patina over years of use. Available now, the Canada Goose Standard Expedition Parka is priced at approximately $1,536.

Purchase: $1,536