Canada Goose

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by Jbreen1, Aug 3, 2009.

  1. randomkoreandude

    randomkoreandude Senior member

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    i see these canada goose jackets worn here all the time, they look hella cheap tho, like those north face jackets or some other cheap waterproof winter jacket. at least their warm tho.
     


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    Yeah, in Montreal, for every five people or so, atleast one would be wearing a Canada Goose xD. Hey, RDK did you get your CG yet? I've been thinking about getting the Calgary, but every model I seen it on, it seems baggier than the chilliwack!
     


  4. randomkoreandude

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    not yet will get it at end of oct/early nov

    yeah i am going to go for XS since theres no point in layering cuz these are so warm

    ill post pics once received
     


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    when I first came back to toronto a year ago, I had to laugh because literally everyone is wearing one of these coats.
     


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    I split time between Boston and Manhattan. I've never seen CG worn in Boston. I do occasionally see it in Manhattan during the winter. Even then it's not what I would call a common coat showcased in the winter. Bostonians are some of the worst dressed people in a major American city so maybe that's why.

    Want some advice. I'm contemplating getting the CG Langford Parka. I'm 5'11", 170 lbs. Langford is a slim fit like the Calgary. CG size chart seems to make me a Medium. I want to be able to wear a sweater underneath if desired. Should I go Medium or Large?
     


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    yeah but your not likely gonna layer. according to their chart im a small, but ive been recommended by members to get an XS
     


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    I would recommend to get a medium, even if you wanted to layer underneath, there should be lots of room.
     


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    Okay thanks. Yes, I definitely want room to layer. I know how hot these parkas get but I still need room to wear something more than a t-shirt underneath them.
     


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    5'9, 135 lb, XS Calgary
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    Can still layer
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    boogaboogabooga Senior member

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    Anyone try the Hybridge Lite stuff yet?
     


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    ^ very interested in the new HyBridge Lite as well.
     


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    Hmm, I live in Montreal, so it gets cold. I posted here like 2 weeks ago i believe...

    Anyways, I want to get a good jacket that will last a LONG time. I'm thinking about going with canada goose, but not sure about the sizing?

    I have a 40" chest now, 17" shoulders, but im aiming for a 42" chest. Id also like to layer with a sweater and a shirt under.

    can anyone give me some advice?
     


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    How tall are you? Depending on the build of your body and the cut of the coat, you could always take a smaller size. I usually take large in coats but in a few outerwear, depending on how its cut, I could take medium.
     


  15. randomkoreandude

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    36R, 5'7, 140ish lbs

    size small charcoal calgary. i probably could do an XS since i wont be layering cuz this thing is so warm

    but this fits well in the shoulders for me and i dont need it super tight/fitted since its outerwear. nice to have some room and just throw it on for those really cold days

    pics are dark sorry

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