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Canada Goose Men's Chilliwack Bomber


Price: $594.95 - $595.00
Sunset Orange
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  • Bomber-length for exceptional mobility
  • 2-way adjustable tunnel hood (vertically and hood opening) surrounded by a coyote fur ruff, with an adjustable bracing wire for superior protection in high-wind conditions
  • Two flfleece-lined high-hand warmer pockets
  • Regular Fit


Product Description

The Chilliwack Bomber

Developed as a nod to post-war bush pilots in Canada’s north, the Chilliwack Bomber provides the durability, warmth, and mobility that these pilots needed when working on Arctic runways. An enduringly popular and iconic style, the Chilliwack is one of Canada Goose’s most beloved jackets.

At A Glance

  • Elasticized, rib-knit cuffs and waistband to provide comfort and keep the cold wind out
  • Bomber-length for exceptional mobility
  • Coyote fur ruff surrounding a 2-way adjustable tunnel hood for an authentic look and great protection in high-wind conditions
  • Storm flap over the 2-way locking front zipper is secured with hidden buttons to offer increased protection from the cold and wind
  • Centre back length: 27.25” (69.22cm)
  • Two high fleece-lined handwarmer pockets

Natural Protection

We use coyote fur around the hoods on our jackets because it never freezes, doesn’t hold water, and the uneven hair lengths create a windbreak that protects exposed skin, helping to reduce heat loss from the face. This holds as true in urban environments as much as it does in the high Arctic. Fur has been used consistently for hundreds of years as cold weather protection. Our jackets are made to keep people warm, anywhere.

The Thermal Experience Index

Canada Goose developed the Thermal Experience Index (TEI) to help you find the warmth you want for the experience you seek in each of our products. Whether you need a lightweight jacket for active pursuits or a field-tested parka for the coldest places on earth, this five-point system is designed to help you make the right selection from our expansive collections.

The Chilliwack Bomber has a TEI rating of 3: Fundamental (-10° to -20°). It offers fundamental warmth fashioned for everyday use.

The World's Best Insulator

Canada Goose has over 40 years of industry-leading understanding of down insulation technology, which allows us to choose the best blends of down to suit the specific requirements of each of our jackets. All of our blends include some Hutterite down, among the most premium Canadian down available. Its ability to retain more warm air than other types of down results in lighter weight jackets that don’t sacrifice warmth.


Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
  • ASIN: B007TA9W7G
  • Item model number: 7950M-Parent
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (21 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #97,141 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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It's very well made & looks warm.
Ande
A Canada Goose is expensive but well made and meant to last a lifetime.
Norman F. Birnberg
It makes my walk to work in downtown Chicago quite comfortable.
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews

8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By City Dweller 5 on October 20, 2012
This is a very popular jacket for Canada Goose and they are very, very warm and pretty stylish. I opted not to get one because I prefer longer jackets but I agree they have a strong appeal and would not dissuade anyone from getting one. Sizing wise, they are in the Regular Fit category of Canada Goose wear. I am 6 feet and 160 pounds and a medium is perfect. You really don't need to layer under Canada Goose jackets, they will be plenty warm. A word about prices though. You REALLY have to be dealing with a legitimate, authorized retailer for these (which you can verify with Canada Goose) as some of the complaints I have seen may have involved fakes sold at lower prices. Also, these never really go on sale (barring a legit retailer cutting some degree of discount on last years stock at some point) So it is a "buyer beware" world where if you are paying much less than suggested retail you may be being sold a fake that will not keep you warm when you need it and will show design failures with time or mold in the down. Canada Goose stuff is a lifetime investment and they are made with significant hand operated work only in Canada. So, they are expensive. The Yorkville or Borden will have a detachable hood if that is what you want. Having worn other CG gear for work in -30 to -45 temperatures I can attest that the fur trim actually does maintain a warmer area around your face and is based on traditional First Nations response to freezing weather. Fake fur will not perform the same. Just FYI as no one really wants to have their breath freeze to their face in really cold weather.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Norman F. Birnberg on September 19, 2012
The other reviewer was right - I normally wear large size jackets but the construction and fit of the Chiliwack Bomber means one should go a size up!

In more typical Canada Goose parkas, they run large as opposed to the Chiliwack which is sized small so it makes sense with the former to go a size down from your usual size.

I usually have a pretty good idea how well something fits me and this is a comfortable winter coat. When the temperature plunges to near freezing, this keeps me warm and any colder, my NB3 parka would do the job but that's for another review.

A Canada Goose is expensive but well made and meant to last a lifetime. This is a good purchase if you live at a high altitude like I do or you live up north where severe winters are common. It will keep you warm and happy and as survival gear nothing else beats it.

Every one living in a four season climate should own one - whether the bomber or the parka for the cold months and where I live, most of the time a parka is overkill. It doesn't get THAT cold in my neck of the woods that often. And something lighter and slimmer suits my winter wardrobe needs perfectly!

If you like warmth and a less confining wear in the winter, the Chiliwack Bomber is a solid value - one of the few products still made in Canada that reflects the Canadian experience with the winter. Highly recommended!
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By PharmD on December 14, 2013
Anyone interested in the Canada Goose brand should realize that there are many web sites offering these jackets for considerably less. However, they are selling counterfeits! Canada goose web site has a counterfeit tool that allows you to input the URL of the seller and it lets you know if its a counterfeit or not. Counterfeiting has been a main concern for Canada goose and they make strong efforts to educate the consumers. If feathers are coming out of the jacket, if the jacket does not keep you warm at 20 degrees, if you notice poor craftsmanship.....its a counterfeit! In 2011 Canada goose has added a hologram in their jackets in their efforts to combat counterfeiting.

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Now for the jacket:

Recently I got a chance to test it in 10 degree weather. I attended a funeral and the party was standing outside in the blistering cold for 30 minutes. You get much colder outside if you are not moving. However, this jacket kept me warm. Under the jacket I had a t-shirt and a thin sweater. The hood was especially warm. Waist up I was cozy as a bug in a rug...however, my feet were frozen.

There are a few minor things that bother me about the jacket. The hood is not removable and the top pockets for your hands are placed very high and you do feel like a chicken with your hands inside (as mentioned by a previous reviewer). Also, the lower pockets are not deep enough. The inside pocket is small as well. An earlier review mentioned cold spots in the shoulder area. I did not experience that. However, I did notice a cold spot in the biceps area of the jacket. It seems not to be as well insulated in that area. Someone mentioned that the hood (not being removable) was uncomfortable and bulky while driving. I did not find that to be the case.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Jayson Ortiz on February 19, 2014
Color Name: Sunset OrangeSize Name: Small Verified Purchase
This coat is worth every cent. Coming from someone who has owned a north face expedition to a moncler. The warmth and quality put into this coat is exceptional! The only complaint (which really can't be a complaint) is that it's to warm at times, especially on a NYC train going to and from work. I find my self the only person on the train with my coat on off lol!
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