Chilliwack Bomber Holiday in Drifting Ice Black Reflective
Canada Goose Chilliwack Bomber Holiday in Drifting Ice Black Reflective
A puffer jacket with a 625 fill power duck down that is rated for temperatures as low as -20℃. This special holiday edition version of the jacket is done in a black and silver digital camo, with the silver portion being fully reflective. The jacket has thick ribbing details along the hem and cuffs creating a blouson shape. The front of the jacket has two flap pockets that sit at the natural waist and two welt hand warming pockets at the chest. The interior is given a silver lining with an envelope-style pocket on the left-hand side.
Zac is 5'11 (180cm) weighs 160lbs (72.5kg) and is wearing a size S.
Canada Goose was founded in the 1950s under the Metro Sportswear Ltd. name, and originally specialized in woolen vests, raincoats, and snowmobile suits for athletes and multiple Canadian task forces braving the coldest climates. The ubiquitous goose parka would eventually be developed along with a new brand label – “Snow Goose.” After years of field testing with scientists at Antarctica’s McMurdo Station, this parka has evolved into the definitive silhouette we see everywhere. Now embracing a worldwide luxury market, Canada Goose has exploded into mainstream popularity after decades of purposed development.View Collection