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post #991 of 1104
And the branta collection is even more expensive. Has anyone seen those in the wild?
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What are some thoughts on the Branta collection? http://www.canada-goose.com/collections/travel/
post #992 of 1104

^ the branta "italian luxury" collection is their collaboration with loro piana. i have the como parka from two seasons ago. it actually comes without a cg patch. it had a metal emblem on the front placket instead. yes, it cost a heck of a lot more than other cg coats, but i wanted something dressier and the wool exterior makes it look more like a dress coat than a ski jacket. the storm system treatment actually makes the wool waterproof too so when i wear it during colder rainy days, the water beads right off. needless to say, i highly recommend it to anyone. i know harry rosen stocks those each season. i've also seen them at boutiques like toronto's uncle otis. i think my mother purchased a travel collection coat for my father at sporting life, if you want a live look at those. those aren't wool, but the mono-coloured patch doesn't stand out as much as the white and red ones.

post #993 of 1104
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Originally Posted by mgc232 View Post

^ the branta "italian luxury" collection is their collaboration with loro piana. i have the como parka from two seasons ago. it actually comes without a cg patch. it had a metal emblem on the front placket instead. yes, it cost a heck of a lot more than other cg coats, but i wanted something dressier and the wool exterior makes it look more like a dress coat than a ski jacket. the storm system treatment actually makes the wool waterproof too so when i wear it during colder rainy days, the water beads right off. needless to say, i highly recommend it to anyone. i know harry rosen stocks those each season. i've also seen them at boutiques like toronto's uncle otis. i think my mother purchased a travel collection coat for my father at sporting life, if you want a live look at those. those aren't wool, but the mono-coloured patch doesn't stand out as much as the white and red ones.

^^Balla happy.gif
post #994 of 1104
I wanted to try Branta but then I was worried if CG's signature "Get wet, get hot" character would be there in a $1X00 jacket. shog[1].gif
post #995 of 1104
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I bought a CMFR Gormley last week. Too damn cold in AB already and it was on sale.

-59 Windchill. Jacket holds up.
post #996 of 1104

Are the sizing universal across all jackets from Canda Goose? 

 

My chest is 34, waist is 29 and arms are 32 (measuring from the neck).

 

I'm looking at this jacket, but I'm thinking the S is not small enough for me and would probably need an XS.

 

http://www1.bloomingdales.com/shop/product/canada-goose-borden-bomber-parka-with-fur-hood?ID=769791&CategoryID=11548&LinkType=#fn=BRAND%3DCanada Goose%26spp%3D5%26ppp%3D96%26sp%3D1%26rid%3D82%26spc%3D12

 

This jacket has an XS, but would prefer the above jacket.  

 

http://www1.bloomingdales.com/shop/product/canada-goose-langford-parka-with-fur-hood?ID=769781&CategoryID=11548#fn=BRAND%3DCanada Goose%26spp%3D2%26ppp%3D96%26sp%3D1%26rid%3D82%26spc%3D12

 

Since XS doesn't exist for the first jacket, does it mean the S is equivalent to the XS in link 2? 

post #997 of 1104
Unfortunately not. Depending on the jacket they fit quite differently.

The Borden fits TTS from memory, can't remember about the Langford.
post #998 of 1104
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Originally Posted by malcb33 View Post

Unfortunately not. Depending on the jacket they fit quite differently.

The Borden fits TTS from memory, can't remember about the Langford.

 

Based on my body size, do you think I can fit the Borden? 

post #999 of 1104
Even XS might be roomy for you. IIRC Japanese CG has XS model which converts to XXS Canada size.
post #1000 of 1104
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Originally Posted by ceoceo View Post

Even XS might be roomy for you. IIRC Japanese CG has XS model which converts to XXS Canada size.

Are you sure? 

 

I'm basically an XS in mail brands such as in Jcrew, Uniqlo and BR. Comparing these brands to GC, even an XS is still roomy for me? Dang..... 

post #1001 of 1104
Start eating and get a gym membership, problem solved.
post #1002 of 1104
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Originally Posted by Find Finn View Post

Start eating and get a gym membership, problem solved.

 



Not solved because my other clothes will not fit....and I would think that is way more expensive to adjust all my other clothing.

CG doesn't cater to 29inch waist and 34 inch chest dudes?
post #1003 of 1104
Try youth.
post #1004 of 1104
you could be ok in XS for slim fit models only.
post #1005 of 1104
Jumped on board the fuck aesthetics/fuck popular shit and bought a Chateau. I have a Moncler and Veliance, both of which weren't keeping me warm enough. I think it's total pleb wear, but it's keeping me warm, so I love it.
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