Backpacks, Canadian brand, Handbags, Matt & Nat, PETA, vegan, Wallets. It’s in the Bag: Matt & Nat Spring-Summer 2020 Collection. Posted on Categories Buying GuidesTags , , , , , , Leave a comment on It’s in the Bag: Matt & Nat Spring-Summer 2020 Collection

It’s in the Bag: Matt & Nat Spring-Summer 2020 Collection

The new Matt & Nat collection for spring-summer 2020 is a wide array of bags manufactured true to their cruelty-free promise, using vegan leather and PETA-approved materials. Backpacks, wallets, crossbody bags and an exciting palette make this one of our favourite sustainable brand collections we’ve seen. The Canadian brand is committed to producing ethically-responsible bags … Read more ›

Canadian brand, Kanuk, made in Canada, Quebec, urban, winter jackets. Kanuk—A Turn to the New. Posted on Categories Brand StoriesTags , , , , , Leave a comment on Kanuk—A Turn to the New

Kanuk—A Turn to the New

Kanuk winter jackets seem to be everywhere these days. And with reason. A Montreal icon for over 50 years, Kanuk felt an overhaul was needed—something fresh, younger more dynamic, while still holding onto their DNA. A successful transformation by all metrics. Quality, Montreal Style Let’s dive into the reasons Kanuk had built up such a … Read more ›

Arc’teryx, Canada Goose, Canadian brand, down insulated, Jackets, Shelburne parka. Canada Goose vs Arc’teryx—the Showdown. Posted on Categories Apparel·Buying Guides·City·OutdoorsTags , , , , , Leave a comment on Canada Goose vs Arc’teryx—the Showdown

Canada Goose vs Arc’teryx—the Showdown

What are more iconic Canadian brands than Canada Goose and Arc’teryx? Arc’teryx, born in the Coast Mountains, offers minimalist style and technical performance, answering the needs of athletes and urbanites alike. Canada Goose gives you powerfully-warm urban style forged from polar expeditions up north. Which one to choose? Canada Goose vs Arc’teryx will answer all … Read more ›

Canadian brand, environmental, FIG Clothing, made in Canada, Modal, sustainable, Travel. Sustainability, Comfort, Style—FIG Clothing’s LUG & BEY Modal Sweaters. Posted on Categories Apparel·CityTags , , , , , , Leave a comment on Sustainability, Comfort, Style—FIG Clothing’s LUG & BEY Modal Sweaters

Sustainability, Comfort, Style—FIG Clothing’s LUG & BEY Modal Sweaters

When it comes to eco-responsible clothing, do we really need to look further than FIG Clothing from Montreal? Their initiatives include building relationships with domestic Canadian manufacturers, finding international suppliers who meet their criteria of responsible business, and driving their production chain sustainably. The FIG Clothing Lug & Bey sweaters fit these criteria to a … Read more ›

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Mackage Coats for Winter Warmth

Mackage coats and jackets help make your winters warm. Their range of outerwear and accessories for men and women falls right into the high-end winter coat category that lately has seen Canadian-made brands dominate. What really sets Montreal’s Mackage apart is their sense of style—urban, sleek and thoroughly modern.  Founded in Canada in 1999, Mackage … Read more ›

Audvik, Canadian brand, made in Canada, winter jackets. Audvik Winter Jackets – Family-Made in Montreal. Posted on Categories Apparel·Buying Guides·CityTags , , , Leave a comment on Audvik Winter Jackets – Family-Made in Montreal

Audvik Winter Jackets – Family-Made in Montreal

Audvik winter jackets are a made-in-Montreal success story that starts with family and ends in stylish, premium warmth. A look at the company and apparel will show you why Audvik is one of the freshest cold-weather gear companies on the scene.  Audvik – The Story The story of Audvik winter jackets is a real family affair. … Read more ›

Canada Goose, Canadian brand, made in Canada, Shelburne parka, Trillium parka. Canada Goose Showdown: Trillium Parka vs Shelburne Parka. Posted on Categories Buying Guides·CityTags , , , , Leave a comment on Canada Goose Showdown: Trillium Parka vs Shelburne Parka

Canada Goose Showdown: Trillium Parka vs Shelburne Parka

In Canada, and anywhere it gets really cold, Canada Goose is known for warm parkas. Initially designed for arctic expeditions, Canada Goose adapted to growing demand from urbanites, and today you’ll see their jackets and the famous roundel from Bordeaux to Beijing, Detroit to Davos, and everywhere in between. Choosing can be tough, so here’s … Read more ›

Arc’teryx, Canadian brand, Therme parka. The Arc’teryx Therme Parka. Posted on Categories Apparel·CityTags , , 4 Comments on The Arc’teryx Therme Parka

The Arc’teryx Therme Parka

Arc’teryx has a classic on its hands. The Arc’teryx Therme Parka is waterproof, windproof and very warm, able to handle anything a cold winter can throw at an urbanite. Insulated with goose down, it has a great warmth-to-weight ratio, and Coreloft synthetic insulation is strategically placed at points prone to moisture buildup, so you stay … Read more ›