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Canada Goose

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

  1. Distorbiant

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  2. Find Finn

    Find Finn Senior member

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    But at least you won't get overlooked in traffic.
     
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    I think I want a Canada Goose, but they are hard to buy. Are there any stores in the USA or Canada carry a large stock? I see a lot of interesting stuff on the Canada Goose website, but can only find smatterings of Canada Goose here and there - usually a Chilliwack or Expedition, usually in black (e.g. Nordstrom in Chicago). In fact, it's even difficult to find it online. Does anybody know of stores in the USA or Canada that carry a large stock of Canada Goose - several different models and colors? I routinely get to Chicago, Minneapolis, and New York, but for the purposes of my question, I don't care about the city.

    Sidebar, I also like Arc'Teryx stuff, same deal as Canada Goose, it's hard to find a selection anywhere. Anybody know of an Arc'Teryx "superstore?"
     
  4. Find Finn

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    Have you tried the website under stockists?

    Arcteryx has an online store their website
     
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  5. gaseousclay

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    moosejaw.com, altrec.com, backcountry.com all carry CG. If you have a Nordstrom's in your town they also carry CG. not very hard to find
     
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    but in this case you're talking about Bain Capital, a venture capital firm notorious for offshoring labor and/or liquidating companies. this doesn't bode well for CG imo
     
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    I have a hard time imagining CG would move production overseas. I mean, they're called "Canada Goose" for a reason.
     
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    Anyone own a Constable? How warm is it?
     
  9. misterjuiceman

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    Blue in Green has Canada Goose (as a side note, Self Edge has a 900 fill power down jacket, and they're in NY), and Barneys has both Canada Goose and Arc'teryx Veilence.

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    Most places, including Nordstrom, carry the Chilliwack and Expedition in black. I have also seen the Chilliwack in red, the Burnett in gray, and the Chateau in black. The CG website has 16 different coats, each available in 8-16 colors. I don't mind buying on-line and exchanging a few times, but it would be fun to see more models and especially, more colors, before taking the plunge. But I get it, they are expensive for retailers to stock and a gigantic selection in one place is not going to happen. Thanks for the suggestions.
     
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    It's late in the season, so they could be.......... sold out.
     
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    if anyone spots a burnett in graphite online or in nyc area, please let me know!
     
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    where's the best place to try these on in NYC?
     
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    I just ordered a Chateau in M and am getting a bit nervous about the sizing reading around the web. I tried a few parkas in Large and they were very big. I tried the Chilliwack in M and it fit perfect. Does anyone know the comparison of Chilliwack and Chateau sizing?
     
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    chateau is slim but true to size

    chilliwack you size down


    therefore you should have gone for a large chateau if the chilliwack medium fits you well.
     
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    Thanks for your help - I went ahead and ordered a large and will just keep whichever works better.
     
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    Not sure if my late reply is gonna help, but anyway
    Most large retailers like Bloomingdales, Barneys, Saks all stock CGs
    Personally I prefer Bloomingdales as it has a large selection of CGs. Go to their flagship store on 3rd ave
     
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    Btw, how do you guys store your CG jackets?
    I'm living in a college dorm and I'll be taking most of my clothes to some air conditioned storage space. Just curious how should I keep my jacket? Pack it inside an air space bag?
     
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    I have no experience with canada goose jackets, but i think it is a bad idea to "pack" down for any extended periods of time. I know for down sleeping bags it is reccomended to store them loosely, only packing them into their stuff sacks when youre carrying them. Down will lose some of its loft being stored tightly packed, which will in turn make it less warm. I think it would be best off on a hanger.
     

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