Canada Goose Conway Crew Neck Sweater - Men's

Canada Goose Conway Crew Neck Sweater - Men's
Canada Goose Conway Crew Neck Sweater - Men's
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Conway Crew Neck Sweater - Men's by Canada Goose
Luxurious comfort and understated style come to you in the Canada Goose Conway Crew Neck Sweater. Made with double-knit merino wool, this classic midweight sweater features Thermolite fabric on the interior to provide insulation where you need it, as well as breathable open knit fabric in areas that are more likely to need ventilation. Canada Goose put quilt-knit patterns on the chest and shoulder to create channels that trap body heat and maintain warmth, while the rib-knit collar, cuffs, and hem enhance your overall comfort and retain the sweater's shape.

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SKU: CDG00BE
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