Canada Goose have enlisted the help of five boundary-breaking 'Goose People' for Autumn/Winter 2018, linking the range of Canada Goose Parkas directly to real world applications in the Arctic. With each one tested to their limits in the harshest of environments, you can be pretty sure that they will survive anything that the great British weather can come up with - even if we get a re-run of last year's 'Beast From The East'!
The highlight of the collection is undoubtedly the Expedition Parka which comes in a choice of men's or women's sizes and was tested by Alysa McCall - Director of Conservation Outreach for Polar Bears International (PBI). “I try to inspire people to care about the Arctic and help them understand that it connects all of us - and then empower them to take action wherever they live around the world,” says Alysa, who has been heavily involved in the collaring and tracking of Hudson Bay polar bears. This coming Winter, Alysa will be featured in the documentary Bare Existence, which explores the passionate work of PBI.
The Expedition Parka is the original extreme weather parka, developed for scientists working in McMurdo Station, Antarctica. Whether your next journey is through a frozen urban jungle or across uncharted ice fields, with the Canada Goose Expedition Parka you get performance that is proven at the South Pole each year by the National Science Foundation division of Polar Research. A portion of the proceeds from the sale of the PBI Expedition Parka also go to support research by the Polar Bears International organisation and the preservation of polar bear habitats.