Animal-free—

To insulate our outerwear, we decided to use a sustainable alternative to down made from 100% polyester fibres. Soft, packable and lightweight, PrimaLoft® fibres boast the warmth and the comfort of natural down while remaining free of animal-derived materials. Unlike feathers, this synthetic fill retains all its insulating properties when wet and doesn’t clump.

The Expedition puffer

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-25° C to -10° C*

As its name indicates, the Expedition puffer is the do-it-all coat for any outdoor pursuit, allowing you to enjoy the pleasures and the perks of Canadian winters. With its water repellent coating and its double-layered shell made from recycled polyester, this lightweight puffer is designed for an active lifestyle, allowing movement, while keeping you toasty. Plus, its removable hood offers the wearer the option to reduce bulk and avoid overheating when the temperature warms up.

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Soft, silky plumes made from 100% polyester fibres mimicking the warmth and look of natural down while remaining free of animal-derived materials. Synthetic insulation retains all the qualities of down even when wet.

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A closed-loop recycling system that turns used polyester garments into new fabrics that boast the quality and feel of virgin polyester fibres. Old garments are shredded down into miniature chips, which are then spun into new polyester yarn and woven into fabric and can be found in many of our coat linings.

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A coating applied to outerwear that helps rain and moisture bead up on the surface and disperse. The stringent eco-process employed is fluorocarbon-free and doesn’t use fluoropolymers, resulting in an 80/5 rating—meaning that after 5 washes, the water-repellent coating will still be at 80% efficiency.

The Alpine parka

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-25° C to -10° C*

From frosty morning commutes to late-night errands, the Alpine parka covers all fronts for the urbanite on-the-go. From its enduring insulation to its water repellent shell, this lightweight and worry-free parka traps heat, without compromising breathability, and stands up against drizzly and gusty days. For enhanced functionality, secure and easy-access pockets are strategically placed to help you guard your valuables when you travel across the city making your way to the office.

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Technical features

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Soft, silky plumes made from 100% polyester fibres mimicking the warmth and look of natural down while remaining free of animal-derived materials. Synthetic insulation retains all the qualities of down even when wet.

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A closed-loop recycling system that turns used polyester garments into new fabrics that boast the quality and feel of virgin polyester fibres. Old garments are shredded down into miniature chips, which are then spun into new polyester yarn and woven into fabric and can be found in many of our coat linings.

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A coating applied to outerwear that helps rain and moisture bead up on the surface and disperse. The stringent eco-process employed is fluorocarbon-free and doesn’t use fluoropolymers, resulting in an 80/5 rating—meaning that after 5 washes, the water-repellent coating will still be at 80% efficiency.

The Capital series

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The Capital series

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The Capital series

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The Capital series

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-30° C and below*

When frigid temperatures and wind chills start to hit at full throttle, conquer the cold in our Capital parka and puffer. They are the most technical outerwear for city-dwellers and meld performance with minimal styling. Designed to embrace the unpredictable winter weather, a windproof, waterproof and seam-sealed outer shell made from recycled polyester will keep you dry anytime, anywhere— whether you live in a region with heavy rain, sleet or snow. In conditions of deep freeze, both parka and puffer are equipped with function-driven and technical features—jersey sleeves and neoprene collar—ensuring maximum protection against cold drafts and frostbite.

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Technical features

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This step in garment construction uses extreme heat to seal the seams of a garment with tape. That keeps water and moisture from getting in, resulting in a garment whose seams are both waterproof and windproof.

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Soft, silky plumes made from 100% polyester fibres mimicking the warmth and look of natural down while remaining free of animal-derived materials. This synthetic insulation retains all the qualities of down even when wet.

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A closed-loop recycling system that turns used polyester garments into new fabrics that boast the quality and feel of virgin polyester fibres. Old garments are shredded down into miniature chips, which are then spun into new polyester yarn and woven into fabric and can be found in many of our coat linings.

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A coating applied to outerwear that helps rain and moisture bead up on the surface and disperse. The stringent eco-process employed is fluorocarbon-free and doesn’t use fluoropolymers, resulting in an 80/5 rating—meaning that after 5 washes, the water-repellent coating will still be at 80% efficiency.

The Nova waterproof polar parka

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-30° C and below*

For those in search of a hard-hitting jacket, consider the Nova as the perfect utility gear for the Northern climate. This heavy-duty parka is padded out with an animal-free insulation and features a robust Ripstop waterproof shell, protecting you against stormy conditions. From the merino wool cuffs to the integrated snow skirt, every detail is thoughtfully constructed to trap body heat and keep even the coldest drafts at bay.

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Technical features

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Soft, silky plumes made from 100% polyester fibres mimicking the warmth and look of natural down while remaining free of animal-derived materials. Synthetic insulation retains all the qualities of down even when wet.

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This step in garment construction uses extreme heat to seal the seams with tape. That keeps water and moisture from getting in, resulting in a garment whose seams are both waterproof and windproof.

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A closed-loop recycling system that turns used polyester garments into new fabrics that boast the quality and feel of virgin polyester fibres. Old garments are shredded down into miniature chips, which are then spun into new polyester yarn and woven into fabric and can be found in many of our coat linings.

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A coating applied to outerwear that helps rain and moisture bead up on the surface and disperse. The stringent eco-process employed is fluorocarbon-free and doesn’t use fluoropolymers, resulting in an 80/5 rating—meaning that after 5 washes, the water-repellent coating will still be at 80% efficiency.

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Part of the shell, high-performance DuPont™ Sorona® fibres are made in part from annually renewable plant-based ingredients.

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A special weaving technique that reinforces materials (mainly nylon) so they resist tearing and ripping. During the weaving process, thicker reinforcement threads are interwoven at regular intervals in a special crosshatch pattern, resulting in a material that’s both incredibly durable and prevents fraying when torn.

*Note: Warmth ratings are subject to environmental factors, individual warmth perception and layering underneath the outerwear.