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post #736 of 1057
The Small Chateau is 20.5 inches across the chest, and 26 inches sleeve.
post #737 of 1057
someone trade me a small for XS!!!
post #738 of 1057
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Originally Posted by evleung View Post



There not actually in stock. If you try adding them to cart, says no stock. Expedition has from large on i believe, no small or medium i checked.

When I initially posted, they were all in stock and you could add them. My guess is that since I've posted they've sold a bunch.

As I type this I can still add a Large Banff to my cart (the rest are sold out). Ditto the same with the Expedition.
post #739 of 1057
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Originally Posted by althanis View Post

The Small Chateau is 20.5 inches across the chest, and 26 inches sleeve.


Thank you very much, added!  Anyone else? 

post #740 of 1057

@Althanis, thank you very much for the measurements, they've been added.  Anyone else that wants to help with the size measurement project please see Post 729 on Page 49.  I still have a few more coming in, and continue to contact people for measurements.

post #741 of 1057

Not Canada Goose, but there's an almost new Medium WOOLRICH John Rich & Bros. Tokito Parka on ebay for $400.  If this was a large I'd be snapping it up.

post #742 of 1057
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Originally Posted by sdiver68 View Post

Not Canada Goose, but there's an almost new Medium WOOLRICH John Rich & Bros. Tokito Parka on ebay for $400.  If this was a large I'd be snapping it up.

Art In The Age has this for $495 in Small/Brown only.
post #743 of 1057

Any idea how that jacket fits, blair?

post #744 of 1057
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Any idea how that jacket fits, blair?

There is a size guide here. My gut says it fits similar to a slim fit CG coat.
post #745 of 1057

@PatrickJames-

 

I tried this on about a month ago in both Medium and Large.  My size stats are in this thread.  The medium fit about like the large slim fit Canada Goose models.  I'm guessing 23" armpit-to-armpit which for me is a little too tight.  The Large fit me real well, probably 24.5" A-to-A which for me is perfect.  The arms were a little long in the size that otherwise fit me, it's funny he mentions that in his ad.  Perhaps an inch or so, not Gorilla long.

 

I would have bought it on the spot except Neimann wanted $750.  I went back the morning of their winter clearance sale...but they sent them back instead of putting them on the winter rack.

post #746 of 1057
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Art In The Age has this for $495 in Small/Brown only.


I tried Art in the Age about a month ago when they had more in stock according to their website.  The email bounced back.  Also, my AV gives a "Site might be Compromised" warning.  YMMV.

 

post #747 of 1057
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Originally Posted by sdiver68 View Post



I tried Art in the Age about a month ago when they had more in stock according to their website.  The email bounced back.  Also, my AV gives a "Site might be Compromised" warning.  YMMV.

Their business seems legit I just don't know if that site is safe to order off or not. I guess if anyone wants that coat you should maybe call them directly.

There were some Woolrich parkas at my local Bloomingdale's and Neiman's before Xmas. I'm assuming they were John Rich & Bros. They were okay in person. The fur wasn't very soft and I wasn't really impressed overall. I wouldn't pay more than $300 for one at retail.
post #748 of 1057
Tried on some CG. The only one that fit me well was the slim fitting Banff coat in XS which was pretty nice. Does anyone know any stores in NYC that have kids sizes in stock?

Also, I've been seeing a ton of Canada Goose in the streets in NYC. I think it's pretty popular now.
post #749 of 1057

Its warm in low winter temperatures. I wear it in the early morning, late afternoon and evening and I feel warm and comfortable.

 

The Chilliwack is perfect for Colorado's southerly mountainous climate.

post #750 of 1057
Canada Goose are actually terrible jackets. They are heavy, not waterproof, and not very versatile as far as temperature go. A proshell (all come with lifetime warrenties now), and a downfill midlayer is the only thing you'd actually want use as winter gear. That being said no one actually buys CG jackets as outdoor gear so I guess it's just a fashion thing, but I find that silly since they are actually quite ugly in my opinion.

Most of them are actually very low fill power coats, and despite being quite heavy they are very cold.
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