Canada Goose Pritchard Down Coat - Men's

Canada Goose Pritchard Down Coat - Men's
Canada Goose Pritchard Down Coat - Men's
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Pritchard Down Coat - Men's by Canada Goose
The Canada Goose Men's Pritchard Down Coat traps fiery warmth on frigid winter days while maintaining a streamlined appearance with greater refinement than down coats with puffy, marshmallow-esque designs. This Pritchard features 675-fill white goose down for optimal lofting power, meaning you'll have no trouble fending off shivering-cold air in the midst of wintertime cold fronts. The quilt-through baffles ensure the down insulation stays firmly in place, so you won't experience pesky cold spots. The Arctic Tech shell maintains wind- and water-resistance while offering an eye-catching aesthetic with its shiny finish. It's reinforced with nylon shoulder panels for greater durability from abrasion, especially if you're wearing a pack on your daily commute. And to ensure warmth in the coldest of weather, the down-insulated hood features a coyote fur ruff that breaks up frigid air before it whips across your face.

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SKU: CDG004T
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