The new Canada Goose Spring 2018 collection introduces the Strati-Dry 3L, which is the brand's fully waterproof technical fabric material. In addition to its debut fabric, there will also be nine brand new styles that can endure harsh, cold weather. Overall, the collection draws an aesthetic inspiration from militaristic looks and heritage tactical items, but they are re-imagined to deliver both form and function.
As always, the outerwear label focuses on the Canadian Pacific Northwest weather and tries to deliver pieces to battle the harsh and unpredictable outdoor conditions. The new Canada Goose Spring 2018 collection draws upon three people to showcase the offerings -- surfer Catherine Bruhwiler, Robin Kort, a chef and forager and David Jacob Harder, who is an artist. These three were selected because they are people who "live among nature despite its volatile temper and embrace the humbled philosophy that we are all one." They assist in bringing life to the three categories of the collection -- Down, Wind, and Rain.
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