Canada Goose Shelburne Down Parka - Women's

Canada Goose Shelburne Down Parka - Women's
Canada Goose Shelburne Down Parka - Women's
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Shelburne Down Parka - Women's by Canada Goose
Be sure to wear the Canada Goose Women's Shelburne Down Parka when getting from your building to the corner coffee shop feels more like an Arctic expedition than a leisurely winter walk. The Shelburne's built for the coldest winter days thanks to 625-fill down insulation and Arctic-Tech fabric treated with a DWR to protect those insulated down clusters from heat-robbing moisture. The full-length brings the warmth down to your knees, and the flatteringly slim fit pairs well with everything from your favorite winter leggings to go-to pair of denim pants.

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SKU: CDG000U
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