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Random Fashion Questions: Canada Goose Parka VS Woolrich Arctic Parka


Martinmargiela2002
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25507 posts since 1/10/02

10 Nov 2006 22:51
Which one is better and why?
Both expensive.

Canada goose - £675.

http://www.matchesfashion.com/catalogue/productdetail/matches_aw06_mens_outerwear_canadagoose_b8_0003_bro_166

or woolrich arctic parka - £379

http://www.oipolloi.com/store/Woolrich/Arctic-Parka-Dark-Gold/314.html
EVERS
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8580 posts since 2/7/06

10 Nov 2006 23:06
neither - Moncler's or North Face are more stylish and cheaper.

Matches stuff is always well overpriced too.
Martinmargiela2002
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25507 posts since 1/10/02

10 Nov 2006 23:08
woolrich parka's from experience rip the ass out of The North Face jackets.

Homer
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23917 posts since 8/5/03

10 Nov 2006 23:10
Like that Canada goose Sand parka, looks well warm
EVERS
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8580 posts since 2/7/06

10 Nov 2006 23:24
Martinmargiela2002 wrote: woolrich parka's from experience rip the ass out of The North Face jackets.
Just my opinion of course - not keen on the style of either of those. Prefer the aesthetic of those previously mentioned.

You may well be planning an Arctic expedition tho', rather than a trip to the shops or football.Smiling
karmen19
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1268 posts since 18/6/03

10 Nov 2006 23:26
both look boring mate..but if i had to i go with the 2nd one!
EVERS
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8580 posts since 2/7/06

10 Nov 2006 23:29
hows about a dsquared?

http://cgi.ebay.com/NWT-2006-Fall-Dsquared-DS2-Dean-dan-Fur-down-jacket_W0QQitemZ180049315749QQihZ008QQcategoryZ57988QQrdZ1QQcmdZViewItem
Martinmargiela2002
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25507 posts since 1/10/02

10 Nov 2006 23:33
It's more for use in the -20's in Canada. Already got a woolrich arctic parka but wanted another though I wonder what peoples opinions on the Canada goose one was like.

Yeah sorry Evers, just not keen on the north face ones for quality, my friend had one of their most expensive and it promptly developed a rip in it in.

generic_guy
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8908 posts since 16/9/02

10 Nov 2006 23:41
I think the Woolrich looks pretty good.
The Canada goose is handmade, probably makes it much more expensive and can't really see the advantage with something quite technical.
Sneak
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1132 posts since 11/1/04

10 Nov 2006 23:42
Before you buy either, take a look on eBay. I know you can get the Woolrich parka much much cheaper if you buy from the US.
EVERS
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8580 posts since 2/7/06

10 Nov 2006 23:44
Martinmargiela2002 wrote: It's more for use in the -20's in Canada. Already got a woolrich arctic parka but wanted another though I wonder what peoples opinions on the Canada goose one was like.

Yeah sorry Evers, just not keen on the north face ones for quality, my friend had one of their most expensive and it promptly developed a rip in it in.

I see - you've probably thought of this then, but here it is anyway….
http://www.snowandrock.com/shop/department/clothing/jackets
Mookie_blaylock
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1523 posts since 19/7/06

10 Nov 2006 23:44
Sneakstarr wrote: Before you buy either, take a look on eBay. I know you can get the Woolrich parka much much cheaper if you buy from the US.

seconded. at least 20% cheaper

Mookie_blaylock
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1523 posts since 19/7/06

10 Nov 2006 23:49
generic_guy wrote: I think the Woolrich looks pretty good.
The Canada goose is handmade, probably makes it much more expensive and can't really see the advantage with something quite technical.

I think it is not because it's handmade only but it is the goose feather used as well. It must be grade A feather which alone costs like £100 per kg.
EVERS
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8580 posts since 2/7/06

10 Nov 2006 23:56
Mookie_blaylock wrote:
generic_guy wrote: I think the Woolrich looks pretty good.
The Canada goose is handmade, probably makes it much more expensive and can't really see the advantage with something quite technical.

I think it is not because it's handmade only but it is the goose feather used as well. It must be grade A feather which alone costs like £100 per kg.

surely not £100 per kg? Canada Geese are virtually vermin in London, regularly slaughtered to control the numbers!
Martinmargiela2002
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25507 posts since 1/10/02

11 Nov 2006 10:04
Sneakstarr wrote: Before you buy either, take a look on eBay. I know you can get the Woolrich parka much much cheaper if you buy from the US.

Yeah thats where I got my last one, was still about £200 though.
I got a medium the last time and would like a large next so it will be like a duvet.

I asked one seller numorous times for pictures of the ones he had for sale and some of them look different to mine so it makes me think some are fake.

Martinmargiela2002
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25507 posts since 1/10/02

23 Nov 2006 15:57
I already have a woolrich parka and I don't find it too warm for the uk. I go to Canada a fair bit now and I most definitely need it there. It's not actually too bulky as well, apart from when I need to pack it into my already heavy suitcase when travelling! I might check out this site actually as I want a large instead of a medium in a different colour as well.

Thanks for the heads up.

That site also has the Canada goose ones as well.

Smiling
rickyboywonder
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1 posts since 24/11/09

28 Nov 2009 02:37
Found this thread when i was asking about whether to buy the Canada Goose Expedition or the Canada Goose Constable and as you can probably guess I would reccommend Canada Goose Every day of the week

I know its a bit more pricey but when you compare them to Woolwich you can eas zzsmtabr. acquistare canada gooseily see what you get for you money!

Bought my last one from http://www.robert-fuller.co.uk
guys there were very helpfull and they even gave me a 10% discount code to use on their website, not sure if it still works but it was FRIENDS10

saint nicholegs
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4354 posts since 13/10/08

28 Nov 2009 03:19
OnlyOneStop
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2698 posts since 3/8/08

30 Sep 2010 11:50
Does American Classics in London still stock Woolrich parkas?
ADDLED
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1 posts since 13/12/10

13 Dec 2010 09:29
OnlyOneStop wrote: Does American Classics in London still stock Woolrich parkas?
Interstate sell them. Theyre opposite American Classics in Covent Garden.


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Mookie_blaylock
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1523 posts since 19/7/06

10 Nov 2006 23:49
generic_guy wrote: I think the Woolrich looks pretty good.
The Canada goose is handmade, probably makes it much more expensive and can't really see the advantage with something quite technical.

I think it is not because it's handmade only but it is the goose feather used as well. It must be grade A feather which alone costs like £100 per kg.
EVERS
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8580 posts since 2/7/06

10 Nov 2006 23:56
Mookie_blaylock wrote:
generic_guy wrote: I think the Woolrich looks pretty good.
The Canada goose is handmade, probably makes it much more expensive and can't really see the advantage with something quite technical.

I think it is not because it's handmade only but it is the goose feather used as well. It must be grade A feather which alone costs like £100 per kg.

surely not £100 xMxMn in London, regularly slaughtered to control the numbers!
Martinmargiela2002
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25507 posts since 1/10/02

11 Nov 2006 10:04
Sneakstarr wrote: Before you buy either, take a look on eBay. I know you can get the Woolrich parka much much cheaper if you buy from the US.

Yeah thats where I got my last one, was still about £200 though.
I got a medium the last time and would like a large next so it will be like a duvet.

I asked one seller numorous times for pictures of the ones he had for sale and some of them look different to mine so it makes me think some are fake.

Martinmargiela2002
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25507 posts since 1/10/02

23 Nov 2006 15:57
I already have a woolrich parka and I don't find it too warm for the uk. I go to Canada a fair bit now and I most definitely need it there. It's not actually too bulky as well, apart from when I need to pack it into my already heavy suitcase when travelling! I might check out this site actually as I want a large instead of a medium in a different colour as well.

Thanks for the heads up.

That site also has the Canada goose ones as well.

Smiling
rickyboywonder
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28 Nov 2009 02:37
Found this thread when i was asking about whether to buy the Canada Goose Expedition or the Canada Goose Constable and as you can probably guess I would reccommend Canada Goose Every day of the week

I know its a bit more pricey but when you compare them to Woolwich you can eas zzsmtabr. acquistare canada gooseily see what you get for you money!

Bought my last one from http://www.robert-fuller.co.uk
guys there were very helpfull and they even gave me a 10% discount code to use on their website, not sure if it still works but it was FRIENDS10

saint nicholegs
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28 Nov 2009 03:19
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