Monthly Archives: November 2015

Parka: autumn and winter necessary

the Prototype of parka is a traditional Eskimo fashion. Eskimos live in the Arctic region, in order to keep out the cold adapted living environments, they will try to hunting and the animal fur to decorate their clothing, particularly on the edges of the hat circumference around the comfort of fur to withstand wind and snow whipping and erosion. Then,… Read more »

Canada Goose Chilliwack Bomber

Canada Goose Chilliwack Bomber The Chilliwack Bomber was developed as a nod to the styling and needs of post war bush pilots in Canada’s north. At a time and in places where pilots performed their own aircraft maintenance on desolate, wind-blown Arctic runways, durability, warmth and mobility were vital if not at times, life saving. The iconic coyote fur ruff… Read more »

Canada Goose: Out There

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Luxury brands are now counting on large-scale projects. The Moncler that supports extreme sports athletes and a polar expedition with Michele Pontrandolfo while the watchmaker Tag Heuer sponsors night of skiing, film annual event on the sports of slips. Canada Goose, best known to be worn by young students mechus of the 16th arrondissement to support polar adventures would like… Read more »

Canada Goose Trillium Parka Sale

The Canada Goose company was founded in 1957 by Sam tick, at that time under the name Metro sports goods in Toronto. At the beginning of the 1970s, son-in-law, David Reiss to the company came ticks. This soon became CEO. Metro sports goods produced at that time mainly rain jackets and snow-mobile suits. Some time later, Canada Goose Trillium Parka… Read more »

Canada Goose Parka 2015 Outlet

Cold weather gear is essential for anyone who enjoys being outdoors all year round. Being able to stay warm during the winter, or when visiting cold weather destinations, brings a sense of freedom that can be exhilarating, and provides an opportunity to pursue our passions, even when conditions aren’t exactly at their best. “Today, consumers value things that are real,”… Read more »