Canada goose jacket, is it worth it, guide part 4

Canada goose jacket, is it worth it, guide

Canada goose jacket, is it worth it, guide part 4

Duck down feathers in a Canada goose jacket, number 2:

Again, low-end fill power would be 300, high-end fill power would be 900. So this jacket sits right somewhere in the middle. It consists of 80% down and 20% feathers which are not as good as the Moncler jacket which is 90% goose down and 10% feathers but both are not as good as some other jackets on the market. For example, the Swedish brand Jöttnar produces a jacket with 93% down and a fill power of 850, and British manufacturer Peter Hutchinson Designs boasts jackets with 1000 fill power. Unlike Moncler, Canada goose has warmth grading method which is called TEI or thermal experience index. That will help you to find a jacket that is best suited for your needs and your environment and the level of coolness you experience.

Pros of Canada goose jackets, number 1:

The construction of the Canada Goose jacket seems more rugged and sturdy. Frankly, I do not wear these jackets enough to really figure out the difference because when I go skiing, I layer up because that allows me to get exactly the right heat level for the temperature outside. This arctic tech fabric is definitely more sturdy than the nylon one from Moncler and I think over time, it will wear better.

Pros of Canada goose jackets, number 2:

Unlike Moncler, Canada Goose comes with a lifetime warranty, however, that sounds better than it actually is because it is just a warranty against manufacturing defects. It is definitely a quality parka, it has a real fur trim, it has a fill power of 625 and it keeps you warm and is well thought through.

Cons of Canada goose jackets, number 1:

The sound it creates and the noise it makes when I walk, I find it simply unpleasant.

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