Canada Goose Hybridge Sutton Parka - Men's

Canada Goose Hybridge Sutton Parka - Men's
Canada Goose Hybridge Sutton Parka - Men's
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Hybridge Sutton Parka - Men's by Canada Goose
From cold urban explorations to cross country skiing on bitter days, the Canada Goose Men's Hybridge Sutton Parka offers fundamental warmth fashioned for everyday wear. Durable, water-repellent fabric shields the jacket's down insulation from moisture, so you get reliable warmth. A waterproof hood keeps your head dry and protected when the snow starts falling before you make it home. Side panels and specialized inserts increase breathability and range of motion. In addition to its specialized construction, the Hybridge Sutton Parka is equipped with a number of performance features to keep you comfortable no matter where you go. An elasticized snow skirt seals out powder and drafts to keep you dry and comfortable. Two mesh kidney pouches store air-activated Grabber warmers for critical heat on cold days. Stretch cuffs with thumbholes seal out cold and keep sleeves in place. A variety of pockets keep all of your gear and essentials secure, so everything you need is close at hand whether you're exploring the backcountry or the city.

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SKU: CDG004Q
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