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4.8 5 4 Reviews Write a Review Originally developed for scientists working in research facilities at McMurdo station in Antarctica, the Expedition Parka is one of our most iconic, warmest and most durable parkas. It features a highly functional collection of external pockets, perfect for easy gear storage and hand warming.

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Men's Arctic Program™- Extreme Can Be Thrilling. Extreme Weather Can Be Punishing

Our Arctic Program products have been built to conquer extreme temperatures at both the North and South Poles and everywhere in between, helping us earn our reputation as the Uniform of the Coldest Places on Earth™. Authentic outerwear constructed from experience, designed to make history.

Mid thigh-length Non-removable coyote fur ruff surrounding a 2-way adjustable tunnel hood (horizontally and hood opening), with an adjustable bracing wire for superior protection in high-wind conditions High-pile fleece-lined chin guard for comfort Two upper chest pockets secured with Velcro® flaps Heavy-duty, centre front YKK® 2-way locking zipper Insulated windguard for greater warmth and protection Storm flap over centre front zipper secured with Velcro® Two lower, full-bellow snow pockets secured with  Velcro® flaps Centre back webbing grab strap for hanging with sewn on ‘Expedition’ name patch Four, fleece-lined, zippered handwarmer pockets hidden behind chest and lower pockets Utility pocket on left sleeve and flap pocket on right sleeve Two interior pockets: a security pocket with a zipper closure and a drop-in pocket Elasticized nylon snow skirt Adjustable waist drawcord provides added warmth Recessed, heavy-duty, rib qwckqseh. acquistare canada goose online-knit cuff s to keep out the cold Centre back length: 35” / 88.9cm

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"The original extreme weather, expedition parka" 

Sizing: XS - 3XLarge, Colour: Black, Navy, Red, Graphite FABRIC: Shell 192gsm, Arctic-Tech; 85% Polyester / 15% Cotton blend with a DWR Durable Water Repellent Finish. INTERIOR: 100% down-proof nylon lining; Elasticized nylon snow skirt; Two pockets LINING: 55gsm, Nylon plain weave treated with a DWR Water Repellent Finish. FILL: 625 fill power white duck down. FIT: Relaxed Insulated: Canada Goose's largest fit has been developed for layering in extreme weather & industrial applications! FUR: NOT Removable Coyote Fur Ruff PROGRAM: Men's Arctic Collection TEI INDEX: TEI-5 Extreme -30c and below. Field tested for the coldest places on earth.

THE THERMAL EXPERIENCE INDEX: EXPEDITION PARKA: TEI-5 Extreme -30c and below ~ Field tested for the coldest places on earth!

We know that everybody experiences temperature differently and the designations above are guidelines only provided to help you select the right Canada Goose jacket for your particular need. When applying our TEI rating, please consider if you are a person who is typically cold, or warm, or very warm normally, and combine that with how you layer your clothing, your level of hydration, amount of sleep and level of activity to determine if this temperature rating would apply to you. The temperatures guidelines provided above are based on Canada Goose modified ASTM F2732 testing protocol at 4 and 2 Met.

THE DOWN EXPERTS™ DOWN BLENDS: 

For over 50 years Canada Goose has developed an industry leading understanding of down insulation technology. That knowledge has allowed us to choose the best blends of down, in addition to us crafting our own premium proprietary blends, to suit the very specific requirements of each of our down-insulated jackets. 

WHY WE CHOOSE FUR:  

For Canada goose, functionality is paramount. Our jackets are built for the coldest places on earth, places where skin around the face can freeze in an instant. Fur trim around a hood works to disrupt airflow and create “turbulent”, warmer air around the face - protecting from frostbite. 

CANADA GOOSE FABRIC INTERFACE: 

It's all about the fabric that makes these Canada Goose iconic jackets stand the test of time... 

ANTI-COUNTERFIT PROGRAM: 

Counterfeiting has been a significant problem for the apparel industry for a long time, and as Canada Goose grows in popularity our challenges have also grown to global proportions. Be sure you are purchasing from an Authorized on-line partner like Gear Up For Outdoors Ltd.  As we say... If it's too good to be true... It's probably a fake...

 

PROUDLY MADE IN CANADA We Stay in Canada because that's who we are...  

ASK ANYONE WHO KNOWS ™  We’ve kept our production at home in Canada because we are committed to outstanding craftsmanship and believe that no one can do it better. Our signature down-filled parkas are produced by our own facilities in Toronto, Winnipeg and by Canadian manufacturers we’ve trained to meet our extremely tough quality control standards. It’s more expensive to make our products in Canada but it’s critical for the integrity and authenticity of the brand and for the quality of our products.   

THE DOWN EXPERTS For over 50 years Canada Goose has developed an industry leading understanding of down insulation technology. That knowledge has allowed us to choose the best blends of down, in addition to us crafting our own premium proprietary blends, to suit the very specific requirements of each of our down-insulated jackets. We make sure the right down goes in the right product.  It is important to note that all of our down blends contain some Hutterite down. This is among the most premium Canadian down available. Its main advantage comes from tremendously dense down plumules that hold and retain more warm air than most other types of down. That results in greater warmth generated by less fill, and in turn, jackets that are manufactured to be lighter without sacrificing warmth. In a longstanding commitment by Canada Goose and Feather Industries, all down is certified to be hypo-allergenic, lab-tested, and never harvested by live plucking.   

WHY WE CHOOSE FUR: For Canada Goose, functionality is paramount. Our jackets are built for the coldest places on earth, places where skin around the face can freeze in an instant. Fur trim around a hood works to disrupt airflow and create “turbulent”, warmer air around the face-protecting from frostbite. In these environments, when life is on the line, fur is not just the best choice, but the only choice. We do not use fake or “faux” fur because it simply does not protect as well as real Coyote fur. Faux fur is only a fashion statement. It does not act in the same way that real fur does to protect skin from frostbite. There are three types of fur that protect from frostbite: Wolf, Wolverine and Coyote. We have chosen Coyote fur because it is highly abundant. In fact, in many regions of Canada, Coyotes are considered a pest as they attack livestock, endangered prey species, pets and sometimes people. In procuring fur, we strictly adhere to all Canadian industry guidelines and government regulations. In fact, Canada is the world leader in humane trapping, providing the scientific basis for the Agreement on International Humane Trapping Standards. Only furs taken with methods that meet this international standard may be produced in Canada. We also take pride in the fact that by supporting this sustainable industry we are supporting aboriginal communities of the Canadian North and their ways of life. We strongly identify with the values of these communities, which are based on a profound respect for and harmony with nature. While fashion is subject to trends, Canada Goose is not. We have used fur for more than half a century because of its protective properties, not as a fashion statement. However, we know that whether or not people want to wear fur is a personal choice. We manufacture jackets without any fur, which are lighter weight and designed for more temperate climates and aerobic activities. We recognize and respect the right of people to choose not to wear fur. In turn, we hope that people will respect our ethical and responsible use of fur.   

ANTI-COUNTERFIT PROGRAM: Goose grows in popularity our challenges have also grown to global proportions. Fake Canada Goose parkas are made with inferior materials and substandard quality, resulting in jackets that offer no protection from the elements and can actually pose health risks. Additionally, the production of counterfeit products often support illegal activities such as child labour, unsafe working conditions and organized crime. Working with a leading authority on counterfeiting, Canada Goose has developed a hologram that will be sewn into every Canada Goose jacket and accessory as proof of authenticity. The hologram, created exclusively for Canada Goose, features seven seperate images or elements that can be seen from different angles. The hologram was designed to be complex, extremely costly and difficult for counterfeiters to reproduce.    

What is the shipping policy for Canada Goose?  Due to contract restrictions, Gear Up For Outdoors Ltd can only ship Canada Goose Products into North America (Canada and United States).

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How To Make A Goose Decoy

If you have been looking all over the Internet for a piece of info that teaches you how to make a goose decoy, look no further, as you have arrived to the right place. Grab a pen and some paper and start writing down the following instructions. If you are not in the mood to make them yourself, you could always head down to the hunting store and grab one.

Now, it's time to begin the process.

First you will have to get some foam blocks and then cut them into about 12x12-inch sections - it doesn't have to be that exact dimension but try to stay close to that. You will need them in order to form the bodies of the goose decoys so you will have to make sure that you cut them in sections which will be large enough.
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Moving on to your next task, you will have to make a sketch of a regular-shaped goose outline on that foam block mentioned before. Don't worry, as it does not have to be exact, you'll simply have to follow the general shape of a goose. However, do your best to make sure the sketch is as accurate as it can be, taking into consideration that you will be using it as a guide for your goose decoys

Next you will have to start trimming away the bigger sections of the foam block by using a sharp knife, making sure that you follow at all times the outline that you sketched in the previous step. Needless to say, be careful while doing this as there are some risks of cutting yourself.

Time has come to sand the rough edges of the goose decoy you are trying to make and, in order to avoid taking too much off the foam body, it is highly recommended that you use small grit sandpaper. You can use it for those difficult areas that are too small to use the knife for removing the thin layers.

Lay the goose decoy on a section of the canvas and begin trimming around the decoy. Keep in mind that you will have to leave 4 inches all around that foam and the canvas must be cut long enough for completely covering the goose decoy

The process of creating your homemade goose decoys continues by placing the aforementioned canvas on a flat surface. After doing that apply a thin layer of glue to the fabric's back side - make sure you apply the glue to the entire surface of the canvas.

Next set the goose decoy topside down on the canvas and pull the material firmly over the decoy's body. If you happen to notice any air pockets or lumps, you will have to smooth them out in order to make sure that the fabric will attach 100% to the foam.

Pull one of the canvas' corners to the bottom of the foam. After completing this task, you will have to apply a small bead of glue to the canvas by using a hot glue gun.

Remember at all times to hold the canvas firmly against the foam until the glue sets for good. Continue this process right until all of the fabric is firmly glued over the foam body decoy and make sure that the canvas pieces are hold securely until the hot glue sets up permanently.

Your penultimate step would be to paint the goose decoy with the appropriate colors of the species that you've modeled your decoy after. If you've read the other sections of the website, you've learned that there are several types of subspecies so try to match the color pattern of the goose decoy to the ones which you will be hunting. It doesn't have to look exactly the same but it should have a similar color if you want to get good results out there in the hunting field.

The last step would be to coat the goose decoy in a layer of waterproofing spray and then allow it to dry completely. By doing so, the decoy will be able to float without sinking.

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Old Friday 24th November 2006, 22:26   #1
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Question What is the proper plural for Canada Goose & Tufted Titmouse?

I saw one Canada Goose.

I saw two.....
1. Canada Gooses
2. Canada Geese
3. Canadian Gooses
4. Canadian Geese

I saw one Tufted Titmouse.

I saw two.....
1. Tufted Titmouses
2. Tufted Titmice

I know "geese" is the plural of "goose". But does that hold true for a term like "Canada Goose" which isn't a generic term - it is a proper name. So it seems like "geese" isn't correct.

And what about Tufted Titmouse? THe plural for "mouse" is "mice" but, again, Tufted Titmouse is a proper noun - not a generic term and a Tufted Titmouse is not a mouse so should the plural "Tufted Titmce" be used?
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I've only ever heard "Canada (never "Canadian") geese" and "titmice" used for the plurals.
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Agreed. 'Canadian' Goose/Geese is an abomination, and I have never understood the 'mice' bit of Titmice anyway - why not just 'Tit'?
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Agreed. 'Canadian' Goose/Geese is an abomination, and I have never understood the 'mice' bit of Titmice anyway - why not just 'Tit'?
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