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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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.





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.




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.



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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. I am 6 ft tall and found the Kensington jacket too short in the sleeves. I am generally a medium and found the large Kensington too big in the body but the sleeves were long enough. Do any of your women’s parkas fit longer in the sleeve?

    1. Hey Amy, unfortunately the Kensington and models with a similar shape all have a similar arm length. Don’t forget that the large might feel loose when ou try it on with a t-shirt, but when winter strikes you will most probably be wearing layers underneath. Good luck

  2. Hi Mark, I’m interested in Langford parka, so can you please help me with the right size, I’m 192 cm and weight 100 kg, so could I fit in size Large. I’m affraid that XL would be too puffy on me, and I preffer a slimmer jacket if possible.

    1. Hey Bex, You could probably squeeze into a Large, but honestly I think it would be too tight and at your height the sleeves might be a little short. The nice thing about the Langford is that it is slightly more fitted than other models, so you don’t get that massive puffy look. My best suggestion would be to go for the XL.

      good luck.

  3. Hi,
    I want to get the Ontario parka for my dad, and he’s about 172cm tall. He’s pretty slim on his waist but has a broad chest and shoulder. I’m not sure about his chest size but I think his shoulders are around 41-42 inches. Would a medium Ontario parka fit him? or would it be too large?


    1. Hey Ji, according to ther CG size chart you should really go for a Large. It will probably be more comfortable with clothing underneath.

      Good luck.

  4. Hi Mark,
    I’m about to order the Trillium Jacket, but am debating sizes. I live in the Yukon, and the local carrier currently only has a Large to try on… I am 5’9 and 145 pounds. I have a slim athletic build, but i tend to find things a tad tight in the shoulders… I do wear only a 27 in jeans.. so I am stuck? do I get the medium (which is were my sizing indicates) or go down to a small (as i have heard the coats fit rather large)

    Because I live in the north I really need it for function.. but i still don’t want to look like a football player! Any advice would be great!! THANKS

    1. Okay Sonja, tough decision time. I just had a female staff try on the medium and she is 5’8”. It slightly too loose in the body, and the sleeves were slightly too long. I didn’t ask her weight because a gentleman never does.

      I think you could fit into a small comfortably. The caveat is that you live up north and will probably be layering under it, so keep that in mind, so if you don’t like things snug, then think size medium.

      Otherwise become a member on and you can get free shipping AND returns. People do order 2 sizes and return the one that doesn’t work (not this may not apply if you live outside of Whitehorse- call their customer service for details).

      Trillium is here:
      Membership is here:

      Good luck

  5. Hi mark! I’m looking to buy my dad a Canada goose jacket. He’s 5’6, 150lbs with a 38″ chest but he has a bit of a belly.
    I want a chilliwack jacket. What size should I get – sm or med?

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