Canada Goose Women's Trillium Parka
- [body] Arctic-Tech (85% polyester| 15% cotton)
- natural coyote fur (fur origin: Canada)
- Front-zip parka featuring removable coyote fur-trimmed hood, flap pockets at front, and welted Napoleon pockets at chest
- 625-fill power white duck down insulation
- Interior waist-cinching straps
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A stylish modern take on our classic Ladies Trillium Parka with a fashionable, high sheen Poly/Nylon sheen
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 Too long: At 36" length, it turns out that make the zipper about 3 inches too long to easily reach down to connect the zipper and start zipping up-- instead you have to bunch the jacket up to grab both sides of the zipper to get it going, then because it's bunched up, you can't just easily zip it up, you have to zip it up in stages as you smooth and straighten the coat back out again and align the two edges. The coat I'm replacing is like this and I never realized that it was really all about the few inches of length, but since it bugged me the last few years with the old coat, I don't want to switch to another one that requires the same thing -- I'm switching to the Dawson Canada Goose which is 33". The coat will still keep me warm and that 3 inches less coverage will not make that much difference except for making the zipping process much simpler.
 Red is not my type of red. I wear a cool or pure cherry red - not a tomato red. Red is my favorite color, but tomato red grates on my nerves. Red that leans towards cooler, maroon, orange, brick, washed out Nantucket red - all of those things grate on my nerve. I only like pure red. In the picture on my monitors the coat appears bright cherry red, but in person it's leaning towards tomato.
 The pockets where you ostensibly warm your hands are in a bizarrely high location, I am literally putting my hands on my breasts when I put them in the pockets. The lower pockets, sort of 'utility pockets' with flaps - are equally awkward to put your hands in, given they are not really meant for that, with top opening and front positioning. Again, the Dawson coat is better designed in that it has pockets down lower where your hands naturally go into the pockets.
Per the Canada Goose website, this coat is a Level 4 warmth. I went for a 3 mile stroll in short sleeves in 15 degree weather with this coat, no scarf or gloves or any other extra layer, and I was sweating by the end. I could probably sleep in a snow drift in this coat. I'm sending it back and getting the Dawson anyway (for reasons outlined above) which is a level 5. The extra feature on the Dawson is a fleece layer where the neck closes - and while I haven't received it yet, I predict I will like that better than this Trillium - which has no lining where the neck closes, and in fact while the rest of me was sweating, my exposed chin was an ice cube.
First the good:
This is by far the warmest winter coat I've ever owned. It's also pretty thin for how warm it is. I live in Beijing, and it's usually between -10 and 0 Celsius with strong winds, and I'm warm. I've never had a coat that blocked the wind as well or was as snow/rain proof (it bounces off!). I'm 5'4", and for me the size XS coat is the perfect length, falling at mid-thigh so your backside is totally covered for warmth but it's not long and cumbersome. The drawstrings on the waist are great and give a puffy parka a surprisingly sleek, feminine cut. I like the lining/inserts on the cuffs with the knitted material. They are really long and stretchy so you never, ever have gaps between your coat and gloves. Also, I don't agree with the other reviewer about the hood issue: the hood has a strap for adjusting in the back, so you can make it as large or small as you want (maybe she didn't notice this?) Lastly, the fleece-lined hand-warmer pockets seem awkwardly placed at first, but they free up the lower pockets for other things and keep your arms tucked up next to you for extra warmth.
Now the bad:
I think the fur ruff, although very luxurious, is over-the-top and not very functional. Also, the top and bottom of the coat seem to be slightly disproportionate. I have wide hips and a relatively large bust for my height/frame (I normally wear size 2-4 clothes), and the coat fits VERY snugly around my hips but is super loose around my chest and especially my arms, which is weird. I can easily fit my thickest winter sweaters underneath. Finally, the zipper is indeed a bit flimsy and sometimes catches the fabric while zipping up.
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This is the warmest jacket by far. Purchased a Trillium number 4 in warmth, they range 1 to 5.Read more