A new addition to the Canada Goose collection, this parka was inspired by and named for Quebecs beautiful Chateau Montebello, the worlds largest and most stylish log cabin.Slim-fitting with an adjustable waist and smart military button details, the hip-length Montebello Parka boasts an array of internal and external gear pockets as well as all the warmth that comes from 625 fill power white duck down insulation.A great blend of our authentic Canada Goose functionality and cutting edge style, the Montebello Parka embodies a spirit of rugged luxury and rustic elegance.We predict it will become an instant, every-day favorite.
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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
Low-hip length provides the perfect amount of protection
Adjustable down hood with fleece lining and removable Coyote fur ruff to provide versatility
Heavy-duty 2-way locking front zipper provides durability and additional military button closure provides extra protection from the elements
Internal elastic drawcord to adjust the waist
Recessed, heavy-duty, flexible rib-knit cuffs keep out the cold
Various pockets for storage and hand warming:
Two upper fleece lined pockets secured with snap closure offer a perfect place to tuck hands in to keep them warm
Two lower pockets with flaps secured by military button closures are perfect for safely storing your belongings
Right inside security pocket with zipper closure provides and additional secure place to store your belongings
Left interior pocket has an additional internal stretchable pocket, perfect for cell phone or MP3 player, with a convenient headphone access opening
Utility pocket on left sleeve
Fleece lined chin guard for comfort
Interior shoulder straps allow you to carry the parka like a backpack when indoors, allowing you to keep your arms free
Catalogue Name:Canada Goose Womens Montebello Parka
This product was added to our catalog on Friday 04 November, 2011.