Sanford Parka in Frost Grey
Canada Goose Sanford Parka in Frost Grey
A parka jacket made from ultra-durable cotton with a 625 fill power duck down feathers rated for up -20℃. The body features a continuous angled welt pocket with the top section being a zippered hand warming pocket and the bottom being a larger volume hand pocket. The side of the pocket has a snap closure allowing for the jacket to be opened up for improved mobility. The interior has backpack straps along with an envelope-style pocket with two large mesh pockets closer to the hem. The cuffs are finished ribbed panels with thumb hole cutouts.
Zef is 5'11 (180cm) weighs 170lbs (77kg) and is wearing a size M.
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