Built for Spring: Canada Goose

Last week, Canada Goose debuted its first foray into seasonal outerwear. Our neighbors to the north have been trusted to provide adaptive outerwear in some of the toughest weather around. I’ve been using their Branta model for the majority of this winter and if you’ve been familiar with New York’s numbing cold and intermittent snow storms this year, you can truly appreciate the luxury of warmth and comfort.


This new collection is no different, engineered to maximize flexibility and utility through a variety of ambient conditions. From high winds, soaking rain or transitional chills, Canada Goose provides an option for any setting this spring. Technical shells made with proprietary 4-way stretch textile are waterproof and wind resistant while maintaining breathability. Soft shells are built to endure high intensity training without restricting range of motion. The Hybridge Lite options offer peak performance without sacrificing design. The Spring 2015 won’t disappoint. Canada Goose invites you to “embrace the unpredictable nature of the season”. And if you’re still unsure, #AskAnyoneWhoKnows!