Lightweight, breathable and designed with travelers like @ourwildabandon in mind, our WindBridge Hoody is a suitcase essential #TravelLight
Three things @hugokatsumi will remember about this day in Cefalù, Sicily: 1. “I had pizza for breakfast and it was delicious” 2. “There wasn’t a cloud in the sky, and I was warm in a good way.” 3. “I was wearing the WindBridge Hoody. Being near the sea it can get cold in the evening, and in case of rain, the hood is perfect.” . . Explore more holiday-ready hoodies via link in bio.
From freezing airplane cabins to chilly nights by the campfire, our Ashcroft Hoody will become your most trusted travelling companion. #TravelLight Link in bio for more versatile essentials.
Warm, lightweight and versatile, you’ll wonder how you ever travelled without our HyBridge Knit Jacket #TravelLight Link in bio for all our adventure essentials 📷
On a recent escape from NYC, @johnphilp3 made hiking a priority in Montana. “I was soaking up the mountains,” he remembers. “My Ashcroft Hoody was the perfect layer. It’s light and kept me substantially warm while not letting me overheat.” #TravelLight
@seriouslyalexa wore our HyBridge Quilted Knit Hoody to hike Franey Mountain in Cape Breton Highlands National Park in Canada. “the trail to the peak was very buggy,” she explains, “and having a light layer and a hood created protection against the bites.” #TravelLight
Let @gab_jet paint you a picture of what it’s like down by the river near Baie-Saint-Paul, Quebec: “The air was fresh. The ocean brought fog to the coast. I could hear the horn from a boat far away.” Pretty perfect, right? #TravelLight 🗺
Playing tourist in her own city, @sequinsophia visited the “magical” Palm Tree House at Munich’s botanical gardens. Along for the ride? Our breathable HyBridge Quilted Knit Hoody, ideal for days when you’re in and out of air conditioning #TravelLight
What’s that one thing you could never travel without? For us, it’s our hoodies. Lightweight but so cozy, they’re perfect for life on the road. Link in bio for more of our travel essentials #TravelLight
Is there anything more satisfying than a perfectly packed suitcase? Get that feeling more often this summer with our space-saving travel essentials #TravelLight
Our HyBridge Lite Vest was the ideal layering piece as @gab_jet got outside in Canada’s unpredictable summer weather: “Cool in the morning, hot in the afternoon. The weather is uncertain, but when it’s beautiful … wow.” #TravelLight
It’s no coincidence that @polarbearsinternational chose #ArcticSeaIceDay to be July 15. Historically, it’s around this time that the ice covering Western Hudson Bay begins to break up. As the climate warms up, however, this melt is happening earlier and earlier—and that means animals like polar bears have less and less access to this vital hunting ground. This year, raising awareness around Arctic Sea Ice is more urgent than ever. We’re proud to shine a spotlight on the work PBI is doing to stop the loss of this precious habitat—and we hope you’ll join us in supporting them #SaveOurSeaIce 📷 by Brett Gundlock
The only souvenir @seriouslyalexa has from her trip to Cape Breton is a deep appreciation for being able to spend time in nature. “Being outdoors, especially in Canada, reminds me how lucky I am to live in a country that makes protecting nature one of its core values.” #TravelLight
It was a “perfectly French” day in the Champagne region when @charliemay snapped this pic. The sunny but breezy weather paired well with our North Shore Bomber. “It’s light and easy to throw on, allowing me to elongate the day.”
Let the adventure begin! Whatever the itinerary, we’ve got versatile travel essentials that won’t weigh you down. Link in bio. Where are you exploring this summer?
That’s mountaineer Laurie Skreslet’s life motto. What words do you live by? To learn more about Laurie, head on over to our stories for a rapid fire Q&A with the climbing legend #GoosePeople
Ever wonder what the first Canadian to summit Everest packs on his climb? We’re talking hiking tips with legendary mountaineer Laurie Skreslet over on our stories 🏔
What does Canada mean to you? This #CanadaDay, our CEO wrote a love letter to the country we call home 🇨🇦 Read the full letter in our stories.
Not only is our Nanaimo Jacket waterproof, breathable and detailed with reflectivity for low light protection, it also comes in this aesthetically-pleasing blue we call Fog. Thanks for showing us how you wear it, @samyportejoie. Discover more via link in bio.
@bokeh.rang and @meeshuno arrived in the San Juan Islands in a morning fog. As their day of exploration unfolded, the skies cleared and the landscape “came alive”. “There’s something so primitive, so wild capturing animals in their natural habitat,” they remember. For this day in the outdoors, @bokeh.rang wore our Meaford Jacket, which he chose because it’s “lightweight and packable for easy stowing when the weather conditions change and you’d like to pack it away.” Discover more via link in bio.
Welcome to the newest member of the Yellow Raincoat Fan Club: @theuniqueorn is our sunshine-hued Wolfville Jacket. Discover more via link in bio
We’re delighted to announce @sarainfox as our newest Goose Person. A passionate advocate for indigenous communities – and internationally-acclaimed dancer and choreographer – this Canadian activist and TV host embodies the values Canada Goose holds closest: Authenticity, pursuit of excellence, and audacious goals. Welcome to the family! #GoosePeople Check out our stories to learn more about Sarain. 📷 by @ratul_debnath
“For me to get outdoors means a place to be able to express myself freely. It's a place where I get inspired, I become still, and feel refreshed. There are always new things that I discover about myself whenever I truly take the time to be outside.” - @bertymandagie Discover more via link in bio.
Postcard (fine, email) from @bertymandagie, exploring California’s Death Valley in our Photojournalist Jacket: “Every morning and night, I wore this jacket because of the drop in temperatures in the desert. It’s not only keeping me warm but also dry. Also, the Photojournalist jacket has so many pockets, which is perfect to store extra batteries and memory cards for my camera.” Discover more via link in bio
For adventuring in BC’s Golden Ears Park, @jamieout reached for our Seawolf Jacket. “I knew the weather was going to be a mixed bag. When the rain came, I was able to pull up the hood to stay dry and even protect my camera gear. When the rain stopped, the ventilation helped to keep me cool,” he says. Discover more about the Seawolf via link in bio.
A forecast calling for torrential rain didn’t put a damper on @jamieout’s plan for a day exploring BC’s Golden Ears Park. “There is a part of me that craves being out in the wild and experiencing the elements,” he explains. “I love to explore new places and push myself beyond my comfort zone.” It didn’t hurt that he was wearing our Seawolf Jacket, designed from hood-to-hem to protect from the harshest downpours. Discover more via link in bio
How to cope when it’s June but somehow it’s still raining / freezing: Make like @fashiioncarpet and reach for our Seaboard jacket in red. Not only is that colour life-giving, it’s breathable, waterproof and lightweight. Discover more rainwear via link in bio.
“The best way to describe my style is a mix of Kim Possible, Lara Croft, and an astronaut –very futuristic and oversize,” @ellebaness told @highsnobiety when they shot a lookbook of our Spring collection. That probably explains why she gravitated to our Seaboard rain coat—with a relaxed fit and advanced element protection, it’s practically made for a tomb-raiding-space-explorer-secret-agent Discover more via link in bio
When @highsnobiety photographed @lentini_eersteling for a piece they put together using our Spring collection, they wanted to know what NYC street-style means to him. “It’s unique because there are so many different influences from different countries and cultures in one city.” Discover more via link in bio.
When @highsnobiety took our Spring collection for a spin in NYC, they tapped @ellebaness to style out our Cornelia Pullover. “I love Canada Goose because I can style it with my outfits,” she told the streetwear blog. “I have so many baggy, oversized jackets and I love layering jackets together.” Discover more via link in bio
Don’t tell the other colours, but the sunny shade we call “Rain Yellow” is an in-house favourite, perfect for keeping you visible in overcast, stormy conditions. Not unlike those Basecamp member Wendy weathered while exploring Newfoundland’s iconic coastline. Learn more about the Wolfville Jacket (and our other women’s raincoats) via the link in bio.
High winds. Bucketing rain. Snow. And then finally this blissful sunset moment. That’s the weather that @vutheara experienced in a single day exploring Gros Morne National Park. “I felt like I was at the end of the world,” he recalls. “The Newfoundland weather was extreme, and those landscapes are surreal.” Luckily for him, the HyBridge Base Jacket, when layered under a waterproof shell, is designed for exactly that kind of wild spring rollercoaster. For all the details on this best-selling jacket, click the link in bio
When @seriouslyalexa looks back on the day she spent our at Lobster Cove Lighthouse in Newfoundland, it’s the “insane wind and waves” she remembers most. If you’re planning on venturing out in similar weather, she recommends “lots and lots of light layers so you can add and remove as needed and a weatherproof shell whenever possible.” #DryAnywhere #Spring19 Alexa is wearing the Trinity Jacket. To shop this raincoat and all our other wet weather gear, click the link in bio.
“It was a photographer’s dream,” says @rontimehin of shooting in scenic Newfoundland. “We were faced with a mixture of weather, from the tail end of a hurricane to bright sunny days. It was unforgettable.” #DryAnywhere #Spring19 Discover Spring jackets designed for exploring via the link in bio.
We talk a lot about layering here at Canada Goose and its for good reason: When you’re out adventuring in breathtaking Newfoundland like @natasarafinchan, you need durable gear that will keep you warm – but not overheated. The versatile pairing of a lightweight down piece and a warm woolen toque is a match made in exploration heaven. Knowing she’s protected allows Nata to stay totally in the moment. “It’s this profound revelation of, ‘Oh my goodness, this is what life is about. It’s so simple. This is living.” #DryAnywhere #Spring19 Explore more layering options via the link in bio.
There’s weather, and then there’s the remnants-of-a-hurricane kind of weather that @lostintheforrest encountered while exploring Newfoundland’s Gros Morne National Park. Enter the Riverhead Jacket, made from fabric that’s both buttery-soft and waterproof. “This coat prepared me perfectly to face the elements on our rainiest days in Newfoundland,” he says. “It protected me from wind and weather wherever we went.” Shop our full line of men’s and women’s raincoats via link in bio
Designed with tricky transitional weather in mind, Canada Goose lightweight jackets and windbreakers will keep you protected on those gusty/drizzly/chilly Spring days #DryAnywhere. Discover more #Spring19 via link in bio.
What’s packable, versatile and covered in camouflage print all over? The Dore Hoody made with rib knit cuffs and hem to lock in essential warmth when you need it #DryAnywhere #Spring19 Shop all Lightweight Down via the link in bio.
Let’s talk about Tri-Durance. It’s the three-layer fabric all our raincoats are made out of. Both waterproof and windproof, because it’s breathable, you’ll never overheat when you’re out there adventuring in those unpredictable Spring conditions #DryAnywhere #Spring19 Want to know more about the science behind our raincoats? Click the link in bio
Why is there a zipper under the armpits of our raincoats? Venting. The ability to let air in when you need to cool down means clammy and overheated are a thing of the past #DryAnywhere #Spring19 Go deeper on the technical benefits of our Rainwear via link in bio
Three things you may not know about the hoods on our rainwear: 1. They’re adjustable. Just pull the tab on the back for your perfect fit. 2. The extended brim is specifically designed to move with you and not block your line of sight. 3. That double-stripe detail is reflective, meaning you’ll be visible on even the dreariest of Spring days To discover more about our raincoats, click the link in bio #DryAnywhere #Spring19
Our rainwear is made with one goal in mind: To keep you dry. Anywhere. Every decision - from hood to hem - is about function, not decoration. Trust us when we say we thought about *everything* #DryAnywhere #Spring19 For an in-depth look at the technical know-how behind every detail, follow the link in bio.
@manondurst took our directive to play among the #DryAnywhere raindrops *very* seriously in Paris #CGxParis 💧
Between our technicolour #DryAnywhere raindrops and Basecamp member Daitong Liu coordinating colour palette, Beijing’s Sanlitun shopping centre has never been so colourful #CGxBeijing 💧