Moose Knuckles’ Forestville Jacket Handles Canada Cold Temperatures

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There’s cold, and then there’s Canada cold. Our neighbors to the north are well-aware of the rigors of arctic temperatures, and Moose Knuckles is a prime example of a company that uses those frigid conditions as a crucible to forge high-quality gear. If you’re looking to tackle near-arctic temperatures without conceding style points, then there’s no better option than Moose Knuckles’ Forestville Jacket.

The Forestville Jacket is a slim-fit jacket that features a quilted, contemporary silhouette. Using the immensely popular Q3 Jacket as its template, the Forestville substitutes the fur ruff for a no-nonsense shearling-lined detachable hood. It boasts a Level 4 Canada Cold protection rating, so it is specifically designed to handle the harshest, most extreme wintry conditions. Even though the Forestville is designed to take on absolutely frigid conditions, its slim fit design is engineered to complement your body rather than covering it up. Moreover, the Forestville offers extensive storage with four soft-touch brushed pockets and two interior zippered pockets. Its fill is made with responsibly sourced, RDS-certified 80/20 down with 650 fill power, and its shell has a durable cotton/nylon construction that’s both wind and water-resistant.

If you’re looking to stay warm while looking cool this winter, then there’s no better jacket than Moose Knuckles’ Forestville Jacket. The Forestville Jacket is available from Moose Knuckles for $1,045 and comes in four colors.

Purchase: $1,045

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Photo: Moose Knuckles
Photo: Moose Knuckles