Canada Goose Snow Mantra Parka - Women's

Canada Goose Snow Mantra Parka - Women's
$1499.95
Snow Mantra Parka - Women's by Canada Goose
Price subject to change | SKU: CDG002U

Canada Goose Snow Mantra Parka - Women's

The coat that put Canada Goose on the map, the Women's Snow Mantra Parka is renowned as the warmest coat on Earth. It was developed to handle the coldest, harshest conditions on the planet, from industrial work in the high Arctic to trans-Antarctic expeditions at the bottom of the world. A healthy dose of goose down, which offers the highest warmth-to-ration of any insulation, keeps you warm when temperatures plummet below what you thought was possible, and an extra layer of down-proof nylon lining prevents your precious insulation from getting water-logged. Arctic Tech fabric stops driving snow and gale-force winds in their tracks. The hood can be adjusted vertically, horizontally, and at the hood opening for superior protection in high-wind conditions, and it's lined with a removable coyote fur trim that provides further protection from blinding wind and snow. High-pile fleece from top to bottom and around the hood opening helps lock in body heat. Mesh kidney pouches with air-activated warmers boost heat to your core. Double reinforced elbow patches ensure long-lasting durability. Multiple pockets throughout keep all your essentials close at hand. The mid-thigh length provides ample coverage, and an insulated elasticized snow skirt keeps out drafts and prevents snow from getting in when you're wading through deep snow drifts. When you're battling the most extreme conditions on Earth, it helps to have the Snow Mantra on your side.

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