Polar Bears International Expedition Down Parka - Boys' by Canada Goose
When your boy's spit turns to ice before it hits the ground, it's time to outfit him in the Canada Goose Boys' Polar Bears International Expedition Down Parka. The Arctic-Tech fabric is the same fabric scientists used while working in Antarctica. The fabric also has a DWR finish to protect your son from light rain and snowstorms. The 625-fill white duck down insulation warms your boy in temps as low as minus 22F. The tunnel hood provides superior protection in high wind conditions thanks to the two-way adjustable bracing wire and removable coyote-fur ruff. Recessed, heavy-duty rib-knit cuffs keep the cold out of the sleeves so your boy is fully protected from his thighs up to his head.
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