Canada Goose Savona Bomber Down Jacket - Women's

Canada Goose Savona Bomber Down Jacket - Women's
Canada Goose Savona Bomber Down Jacket - Women's
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Savona Bomber Down Jacket - Women's by Canada Goose
Keeping you warm through the coldest months of the year, the Canada Goose Women's Savona Bomber Down Jacket combines expedition-worthy warmth with impeccable style for day-to-day life in cold cities. The jacket is stuffed full of premium duck down insulation that's light and lofty to ensure warmth when the temperatures drop well below freezing. The fabric, which is resistant wind, water, and wear and tear, is made from a combination of breathable cotton and hard-wearing polyester so you can wear this jacket day after day without fear of wearing it out. The hood adjusts vertically and is stiffened with a bracing wire to help it maintain its shape. The fur trim gives the jacket that vintage bomber look, but it is also removable when you're just wearing the jacket to the office. In terms of fit, the Savona sports a slim silhouette with a classic bomber cut that complements everything from a pair of joggers to your favorite jeans.

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SKU: CDG004F
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