Canada Goose Sizing Chart

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Canada Goose. Canada Goose Sizing Chart

Canada Goose parkas are built to last. When investing in such high-end products, you want to make sure they have everything you need. Style is not the only thing to consider. To make things easier, Canada Goose has a sizing guide with measurements for men, women and kids. The sizing chart features body measurements and will make things a lot easier when it comes to picking the right Canada Goose Jacket.

Whether you’re choosing between the Kensington, the Trillium, the Langford or the Expedition; you’ll want to make sure you check out the size guide to make sure the fit is optimal. 

Kensington Parka – Women

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Trillium Parka – Women

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Langford Parka – Men

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Expedition Parka – Men

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Canada Goose Women’s Sizing Chart

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Canada Goose Men’s Sizing Chart

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Canada Goose Children’s Sizing Chart

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Size & Fit

Size and fit are two different things. Each size is tailored for specific body measurements and can usually be found on the tag. Different fits aren’t always available, but when they are, they give more range to standard sizing. To provide you with more choice, Canada Goose has designed jackets with Slim, Regular and Relaxed fits. They’ve also created the Fusion Fit for smaller frames that require a different fit than the standard.

Slim Fit

Slim fit Canada Goose jackets are tighter than standard fits. If you prefer a snug fit that’s close to the body, you’ll want a slim fit. For this fit, if you’re debating between two sizes, you should consider the larger of the two.

Trillium Parka – Women

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Shelburne Parka – Women

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Balmoral Parka – Men

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Langford Parka – Men

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Regular Fit

Regular fit Canada Goose parkas have a standard fit with a bit more room. For this fit, you can refer to the size you would typically wear for a winter jacket. Keep in mind, for those who want a fit that’s closer to the body, ordering a size smaller will mean shorter sleeves.

Mystique Parka – Women

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Rowan Parka – Women

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Garibaldi Parka – Women

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Relaxed Fit

The relaxed fit is very loose. You might think you’re wearing the wrong size, but the extra room has a function. If you’re the type who likes to layer up on cold days, you’ll want to consider the relaxed fit. 

Despite the looseness, all relaxed fit Canada Goose coats are still made with specific body measurements in mind. If you’re debating between two sizes, try ordering the smaller one. If you’re looking for a slimmer fit and thinking of going down more than one size, you should consider another model or fit.

Resolute Parka – Women

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Polar Bear International Expedition Parka – Men

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To find the perfect winter coat, check out our guide on choosing the right winter jacket. It has plenty of helpful tips to help you choose the jacket with the right size, fit, and style to match your needs.
 
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  1. Hey im 6’2 and 160 should and i have a small chateau CG and its too tight i feel when zipped up. Should i get medium or large?

    1. If you think the arms will be long enough, go for the Medium. The Large will probably fit better, but it will be loose in the body.

      Good luck

  2. Hi Mark,
    My name is Matt and I am very interested in the MIlitary Green Chateau Men’s Parka. I am 6 foot approximately 203 pounds. I have a larger chest at about 45 inches. I am worried the Large could be tighter so I thought the XL would be the best option. I dont want the jacket to swim on me though. I have OCD with sizing and I want the best fit possible. Let me know Thanks for your help.

    1. Hey Matt, I’ll be honest here. As a fellow OCDer with fit I can only suggest you order the Large and the XLarge and return the one you don’t want.

      With Altitude-sports.com at the moment you can do just that: http://alti.cc/1rg7JqX

      Good luck

  3. Hi Mark I got a youth Britannia jacket last Christmas. I wore it all winter but did not find it as warm as the $350 Community Paradigm parka I got from Aritzia. I know the youth jackets do not undergo a temperature testing. Are they of the same quality as the Adult jackets? I’m thinking of getting a Kensington but don’t want to waste money if it isn’t warmer than the youth Britannia.

    1. Hey Kait, I’m not too familiar with the Britannia, but in general the products for kids are not filled with as much down (they are smaller and do not get as cold as us). I would say with certainty that the Kensington will be warmer. That is the case I have seen with all other brands.

      You can see the Kensington here: http://alti.cc/1tDMFvI

    1. Hey Kevin, I think because of your chest size I wold go with the Medium. But be prepared for the sleeves to be a little long. Luckily the Expedition has the snug wrists so the sleeves do not slide down passed the wrist.

      Hope this helps. Here is the Expedition: http://alti.cc/1uAKNH3

    1. Hey Ja Dean, all I would say is choose if you want the chest area to be loose or snug. I think you could fit into both easily, but think if you wear things underneath during the winter. My suggestions would be to go with the XS so you have more freedom of movement and do not feel suffocated.

      Good luck.

    1. Hey Joe, measure up your chest and waist with a tape measure and the Canada goose chart will give you the best answer. Height and weight are a secondary factor.

      Good luck.

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