Canada Goose Bromley Bomber - Men's

Canada Goose Bromley Bomber - Men's
Canada Goose Bromley Bomber - Men's
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Bromley Bomber - Men's by Canada Goose
Much like the original flight jacket, the Canada Goose Men's Bromley Bomber was crafted out of pure necessity for a cohesive relationship between warmth and style. The Bromley boasts a slim silhouette that offers an urban-friendly aesthetic, while removable shearling ruff provides a timeless look that's akin to the original bomber coats. Additionally, the tough exterior combined with the heavy duty cuffs and hem curb brisk winds while the 625-fill down insulation assures furnace-like fervor on the cold winter days. Meanwhile the myriad of pockets keep necessities like a spare pair of gloves or your train pass close at hand.

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SKU: CDG004N
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