Canada Goose Men's The Chateau Jacket
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- [body] 85% polyester| 15% cotton| DWR treatment
- natural coyote fur (fur origin: Canada)
- Mid-thigh length provides good protection
- Removable coyote fur ruff for great protection from the elements
- Various pockets for storage and warming hands
- Keep out the cold wind with recessed, heavy-duty, flexible, rib-knit cuffs.
- Storm flap over Center-front zipper secures with buttons, blocking the wind and incorporating a cleaner look.
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Whether it’s in the South Pole research facilities where extreme weather protection is a necessity, or on the streets of New York, Milan, Stockholm, Toronto or Tokyo, people wear the Canada Goose brand because of its reputation for quality, functionality and style. This jacket encompasses it all. As part of the Arctic Down collection, the Chateau Parka exudes a modern, urban look with its slimmer fit, and exposed buttons.
As part of Canada Goose's Arctic Down collection, the Chateau Parka exudes a modern, urban look with a slim fit and exposed buttons. Snow and wind are kept at bay thanks to the jacket's drawcord waist and recessed, heavy-duty, flexible rib-knit cuffs. The mid-thigh length offers further coverage and protection from the elements. A storm flap over the heavy-duty front zipper secures with button to block the wind and enhance the jacket's sleek look. The two-way adjustable tunnel hood is surrounded by a removable coyote fur ruff. The fleece-lined welt pockets are perfect for keeping your hands warm, while the interior drop-in pocket and outer zippered pocket allow you to safely store your belongings.
Made of 85 percent polyester, 15 percent cotton, the Arctic-Tech shell weighs 190 grams per square meter (GSM) and sports a durable water repellent finish. The plain-weave nylon lining weighs 55 GSM and is also treated with a water repellent finish. The insulation is 625 fill power white duck down.
When your down-filled parka requires cleaning, it is important that you take it to a dry cleaner and that you do not machine wash it. Machine washing your parka will void the warranty. If your parka has a removable fur option, remove the fur ruff before dry cleaning. If you have a small stain on your parka, another option is to spot-wash the parka with a bleach-free detergent and water.
All Canada Goose products are fully warranted against defects in materials and workmanship. If a product ever fails due to a manufacturing defect, the company will repair the product without charge or replace it at its option. This warranty does not include repairs due to accidents, improper care, negligence, or normal wear and tear. In such cases, Canada Goose will repair the item for a reasonable charge. This warranty is valid exclusively in the country of purchase through the original retailer.
About Canada Goose
Canada Goose has been manufacturing innovative, high-quality outerwear in Canada for over 50 years. From South Pole research facilities and the Canadian High Arctic to the streets of New York City, Stockholm, Milan, Toronto, and Tokyo, people wear Canada Goose products because of the company's reputation for quality, functionality, and style. Its collection of down-insulated, technical, and travel-inspired outerwear offers protection in conditions that range from the mind-numbing cold of Antarctica to the gale force winds on the North Sea.
All Canada Goose products are field-tested by those who live, work, and play in the environments they emerged from. From the Constable Parka developed with insights from law enforcement agencies to the Expedition Parka worn by almost every scientist at the South Pole and the Chilliwack Parka designed for pilots of the north, it is safe to say that Canada Goose outerwear is truly a product of its environment.
Size: X-Large | Color: Military Green
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Best Features Specific to the Chateau:
1. Classic button-down peacoat styling. In some ways, this is superior to Velcro because it is more stylish and doesn’t make that Velcro sound when opening it. The buttons are large and usable even with gloves. However, admittedly, I’m often too lazy to button it up.
2. High retention hand warmer pockets. The hand pockets have a flap over them that face toward the zipper. This flap helps to keep your stuff in the pocket despite the lack of a Velcro closure. I wouldn’t rely on them as much as a top-loading Velcro pocket (ala. Langford/Citadel, but of all the pockets on any of the CG parkas, these are my favorite and most functional.
3. Intelligently-designed Napoleon pocket. This pocket actually goes across and down. So if you forget to zip it back up, your phone still won’t necessarily fall out under normal use.
4. Zip-off ruff (not available on the Citadel). Great for achieving a different look in less-cold weather.
5. Adjustable hood depth. Pull on the adjustment strap and the front wont drape over your face. Helpful if you like to see where you’re walking.
6. Less-obvious CG logo patch. It’s smaller and tucked away on the left sleeve—which I find preferable to those large chest-mounted patches.
Reasons to consider the Langford or Citadel
1. Button-close storm flap can be more difficult to use
2. If you aren’t a slim-build, this might be a bit tight whereas the Citadel and Langford have a bit more wiggle-room in the waist.
3. No Velcro pocket options. Your phone will be relatively secure in either the napoleon or hand warmer pockets—but not as secure as if there were a Velcro closure.
4. No wire around the hood. While the hood is adjustable, the Citadel offers more adjustment.
Features common to all three parkas (Chateau, Langford, and Citadel):
1. Real Coyote fur ruffs. This feature lives up to the hype—both stylish and functional, while very soft. The difference between real fur and the fake fur on other fashion jackets is a night-and-day difference when seen in person.
2. Two-way YKK zippers. I never understood the feature until having to wear a parka every day. It’s like the slit on women’s skirts—it leaves room for when you need more mobility or sit down. Zippers are heavy duty.
3. Fleece-lined hand-warmer pockets. Bulky touchscreen gloves/mittens have their place, but the handwarmer pockets work just as well for moderate temperatures.
4. Durable Water Resistant finish. Don’t abuse this in the rain, but small amounts of water roll right off.
5. Zippered internal chest pocket. Practical for keeping a small wallet, business cards, etc.
6. Rib-knit cuffs. Keeps the cold out and the warmth in.
7. Slimmer fit. Unlike boxy CG jackets like the Expedition, these sit closer to your body and look far better on men with athletic or slim builds.
Hope this helps in choosing your Canada Goose jacket!
Warmth: without a doubt the warmest coat I've ever owned.
Size: As much as I like the slim fit, be warned this coat is very slim fitting, I strongly suggest you try before you buy! Apparently you're not supposed to compress the down otherwise it will lose its insulation properties.