Canada Goose Sizing Chart

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Canada Goose parkas are built to last. When investing in such high-end products, you want to make sure you get the right one. Style is not the only thing to consider. Whether you’re choosing between the Kensington, the Trillium, the Chilliwack or the Expedition; you’ll want to make sure it’s the right size. 

To help you out, here’s a sizing guide with measurements for men, women and kids. Please note that the sizing charts feature body measurements and not those for the jackets. Fit also depends on style.

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Rossclair

Kensington

Chateau

Banff

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.

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

Shelburne

Balmoral

Langford

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

Rowan

Garibaldi

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

Expedition

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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. Wondering about ladies camp hoody. I’ve got a trillium in a small and it fits perfect. Would I wear a small of medium in the camp hoody as it is a slim fit, and the trillium is a reg fit…

    1. Hey Jayne, if the Trillium is snug I would go for the size up in the Camp Hoody. Otherwise stick with the same size if you are happy. It should be close enough.

      Good luck

  2. Hi Mark,
    After your review on the lodge jacket I am interested in it. I am 5’11 200 lbs. normal to well built, would you recommend the large, regular fit?

    Many Thanks!

    1. Hey Vanessa, I actually think the XXS might be too tight in the bust area. I always suggest having a little bit more room than less, so I would suggest the XS. But know that due to your waist size it will be a wee bit more roomy at the waist.

      Good luck.

  3. Hi Mark,

    I’m thinking of the Banff or the Chateau. I’m 5’3 145lbs, chest 38″ waist 31″. Which size do you recommend S or M?

  4. Hi, i am planning to purchase the montebello parka but i am debating on whether to choose xxs or xs. i am 5 foot 6 and i weigh about 105lbs. i am quite thin (32a bust and i fit 25size jeans). When i wear the xxs, it is just right with a little room and i could wear a thin sweater. However, when i wear the xs, there is more room and i could probably layer more. i was just wondering, will these jackets stretch like half a size the more you wear them? if they do stretch over time, should i purchase the jacket in xxs?

  5. I am possibly looking at the Canada Goose Selkirk, I normally take regular fit XL which I have in the langford and chilliwack and one other jacket which gives a little room, should I go for the XL in the Selkirk even though it is slim insulated, which I think you mean is just tighter to your body. Thanks if you get the chance to answer this.

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