New to the Arctic Collection, inspired by our iconic Canada Goose Expedition Parka, the Citadel is a slimmer and stylish version, perfect for the city. Features the same four fleece lined, zippered hand warmer pockets hidden behind the chest and lower pockets. These numerous pockets are perfect for storing items such as keys, MP3 players, cell phones or any other small items that the average urban man cannot live without on a day-to-day basis. The Citadel has an adjustable bracing wire in the hood for support, giving superior protection in high wind conditions. With its 625 fill power white duck down you are certain to be kept warm, on the coldest of winter days, while still helping you maintain a high fashion profile at the same time.
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Shell: 195gsm, Arctic- Tech; 85% Polyester/ 15% Cotton blend with a DWR finish.
Lining: 55gsm, Nylon plain weave treated with a WR finish.
625 fill power white duck down
CENTRE BACK LENGTH
Mid-thigh provides good protection in cold weather
Removable coyote fur ruff surrounding a 4-way adjustable hood, with elasticized draw cord and cord locks at the ears
Adjustable bracing wire for support and superior protection in high-wind conditions
Heavy-duty, centre-front YKK 2-way locking zipper
Storm flap over centre-front zipper secures with Velcro along with insulated storm flap underneath centre-front zipper for greater warmth and protection from the cold, with high pile fleece for the chin guard
Two upper chest pockets secured with Velcro flaps and two lower full-bellow snow pockets secured with Velcro flaps
4 fleece-lined, zippered hand warmer pockets hidden behind chest and lower pockets, along with a utility pocket on the left sleeve for convenient storage on the go
Back webbing grab-strap for hanging, with sewn-on CG name patch
Two interior pockets, the top left security pocket with zipper closure
Elasticized waist draw cord and recessed, heavy-duty, rib-knit cuffs all provide added warmth
Product Name:Canada Goose Men's Citadel Parka
This product was added to our catalog on Wednesday 19 October, 2011.