Canada Goose Polar Bears International Expedition Down Parka - Men's

Canada Goose Polar Bears International Expedition Down Parka - Men's
Canada Goose Polar Bears International Expedition Down Parka - Men's
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Polar Bears International Expedition Down Parka - Men's by Canada Goose
Before you leave the warmth of your igloo, arm yourself against the toughest weather on the planet with the Canada Goose Polar Bears International Expedition Down Parka. When cold exposure can kill you, the toasty duck down insulation and removable coyote fur ruff around the hood fights nature with nature. The rest of the jacket features a water-resistant Arctic-Tech shell, allowing marches into the white abyss with comfort and confidence.

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SKU: CDG007Y
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