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    Canada Goose has always combined luxury with technical knowhow in its outerwear, but now the Toronto-based company has turned its eye towards another important element in your winter wardrobe: sweaters. Its new knitwear offerings are both as stylish and as adventure-ready as you’d expect.

    The new line — which includes seven styles, from pullovers to cardigans to hoodies — combines the function-first technical expertise honed by the company in their outerwear with Argentinian Merino wool that’s spun into yarn in Italy.

    RELATED: The Sweater Your Fall Layering Rotation Is Missing

    “Ultrafine merino wool is one of the most technically advanced fibers in the world and it comes from a natural source,” said Lee Turlington, the company’s chief product officer. He decided on ultra-fine Merino wool for its natural temperature control, breathability, moisture wicking, and durability.

    Canada Goose also uses thermal mapping, a proprietary technology they perfected with their outerwear, to determine strategic stitch patterns to help regulate body temperature.

    “Different parts of the body lose heat more than others so the goal was to increase a garment’s warmth without adding bulk or weight,” Turlington said. “We brought this expertise to our knitwear collection, using different open weave stitch patterns to increase breathability and airflow to the parts of the body that generate the most heat, such as the underarms or neck.”

    The company borrowed other details from their outerwear for the new collection, including oversized zipper pulls, adjustable hoods and shaping wires.

    RELATED: Kelly Slater's Clothing Line Now Offers Wardrobe Staples For Under $100

    Perhaps the most unique piece in the line is the cleverly named HyBridge Knit Jacket ($595), a medium-weight Merino wool knit with a down-filled quilted front. The ribbed knit neck and cuffs offer added warmth and durability and give it a bomber-esque feel.

    Another standout is the Vancouver Hoody ($395). It harks back to the classic 1970s pullover hooded sweatshirt with its kangaroo pocket and drawstrings, but elevates the style thanks to its Italian-spun Merino wool knit and a shaping wire in the hood that lets you adjust the look and feel as needed.

    Take a closer look at the full collection on Canada Goose's website.

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Here's Where Canada Goose Will Open Its First Retail Stores

Canada Goose brand parkas in a store in New York on Friday.
Photo by Richard Levine Corbis—Getty Images

The company will bring even more luxury parkas to American and Canadian shoppers.

By Tom Huddleston, Jr.
May 26, 2016

Canada Goose, maker of the popular and distinctive line of parkas, is looking to expand its business model once again.

Last year, the Toronto-based company known for its luxury winter clothing expanded its production capacity and its U.S. presence, opening a sales office in New York and launching a U.S. e-commerce site. Now, Canada Goose is opening its first retail locations, with branded stores planned in Toronto and New York City.

The company announced on Thursday that its first two standalone flagship stores—each covering 4,000 square feet—will open this fall, with one in Toronto’s Yorkdale Shopping Centre and the other in the SoHo district of Manhattan. In the company’s press release, Canada Goose CEO Dani Reiss called the company’s retail plans “an exciting new chapter” for a brand that he said has recently grown into “the only truly global Canadian luxury apparel retailer.”

“This is our opportunity to bring more of Canada—and Canada Goose—to the world,” Reiss said. The CEO also told The Globe and Mail that Canada Goose will eventually look to open even more retail locations.

 

The apparel company’s expansion has kicked into high gear in the past couple of years, as the brand’s popularity has led to products selling out of U.S. department stores. Canada Goose saw 30% sales growth in 2014, to $250 million, and the company reportedly hit $300 million in sales last year. This year, the company launched its first-ever collection of spring clothing, for which it partnered with OVO, the record label founded by Toronto-raised rapper Drake.

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    Canada Goose has always combined luxury with technical knowhow in its outerwear, but now the Toronto-based company has turned its eye towards another important element in your winter wardrobe: sweaters. Its new knitwear offerings are both as stylish and as adventure-ready as you’d expect.

    The new line — which includes seven styles, from pullovers to cardigans to hoodies — combines the function-first technical expertise honed by the company in their outerwear with Argentinian Merino wool that’s spun into yarn in Italy.

    RELATED: The Sweater Your Fall Layering Rotation Is Missing

    “Ultrafine merino wool is one of the most technically advanced fibers in the world and it comes from a natural source,” said Lee Turlington, the company’s chief product officer. He decided on ultra-fine Merino wool for its natural temperature control, breathability, moisture wicking, and durability.

    Canada Goose also uses thermal mapping, a proprietary technology they perfected with their outerwear, to determine strategic stitch patterns to help regulate body temperature.

    “Different parts of the body lose heat more than others so the goal was to increase a garment’s warmth without adding bulk or weight,” Turlington said. “We brought this expertise to our knitwear collection, using different open weave stitch patterns to increase breathability and airflow to the parts of the body that generate the most heat, such as the underarms or neck.”

    The company borrowed other details from their outerwear for the new collection, including oversized zipper pulls, adjustable hoods and shaping wires.

    RELATED: Kelly Slater's Clothing Line Now Offers Wardrobe Staples For Under $100

    Perhaps the most unique piece in the line is the cleverly named HyBridge Knit Jacket ($595), a medium-weight Merino wool knit with a down-filled quilted front. The ribbed knit neck and cuffs offer added warmth and durability and give it a bomber-esque feel.

    Another standout is the Vancouver Hoody ($395). It harks back to the classic 1970s pullover hooded sweatshirt with its kangaroo pocket and drawstrings, but elevates the style thanks to its Italian-spun Merino wool knit and a shaping wire in the hood that lets you adjust the look and feel as needed.

    Take a closer look at the full collection on Canada Goose's website.

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  • Here's Where Canada Goose Will Open Its First Retail Stores

    Canada Goose brand parkas in a store in New York on Friday.
    Photo by Richard Levine Corbis—Getty Images

    The company will bring even more luxury parkas to American and Canadian shoppers.

    By Tom Huddleston, Jr.
    May 26, 2016

    Canada Goose, maker of the popular and distinctive line of parkas, is looking to expand its business model once again.

    Last year, the Toronto-based company known for its luxury winter clothing expanded its production capacity and its U.S. presence, opening a sales office in New York and launching a U.S. e-commerce site. Now, Canada Goose is opening its first retail locations, with branded stores planned in Toronto and New York City.

    The company announced on Thursday that its first two standalone flagship stores—each covering 4,000 square feet—will open this fall, with one in Toronto’s Yorkdale Shopping Centre and the other in the SoHo district of Manhattan. In the company’s press release, Canada Goose CEO Dani Reiss called the company’s retail plans “an exciting new chapter” for a brand that he said has recently grown into “the only truly global Canadian luxury apparel retailer.”

    “This is our opportunity to bring more of Canada—and Canada Goose—to the world,” Reiss said. The CEO also told The Globe and Mail that Canada Goose will eventually look to open even more retail locations.

     

    The apparel company’s expansion has kicked into high gear in the past couple of years, as the brand’s popularity has led to products selling out of U.S. department stores. Canada Goose saw 30% sales growth in 2014, to $250 million, and the company reportedly hit $300 million in sales last year. This year, the company launched its first-ever collection of spring clothing, for which it partnered with OVO, the record label founded by Toronto-raised rapper Drake.

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