Canada Goose Arctic Rigger Insulated Coverall - Men's

Canada Goose Arctic Rigger Insulated Coverall - Men's
Canada Goose Arctic Rigger Insulated Coverall - Men's
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Arctic Rigger Insulated Coverall - Men's by Canada Goose
Canada Goose designed the Men's Arctic Rigger Insulated Coverall for oil riggers in the Arctic. This one-piece suit boasts Canada Goose's warmest down insulation and most rugged weather protection to keep you comfortably warm as you work outside on a frigid winter day. Arctic Tech fabric is ruggedly resistant against sharp snowfall and brisk breezes. The removable fur ruff helps keep wind off your face, and there are adjustments at every opening for a complete closure from the cold. The legs have full-length zippers with internal boot gaiters for an easier on-and-off that doesn't hinder the suit's complete coverage.

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SKU: CDG0057
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