Canada Goose makes a mean winter jacket. There's a reason you see it around so much in the colder months: It works. It protects you from the elements, and it does so for many years without so much as breaking a seam. This is a brand that's rooted in function, after all. And now, that functionality is coming to a new collection: Canada Goose and Gore-Tex are launching a capsule together.
Gore-Tex is to rain what Canada Goose is to snow, which is to say, king. So bringing the two brands together is bound to make some seriously strong outerwear. The Nomad collection will have two jackets, each available for both men and women. The Nomad Jacket and the Nomad HyBridge Lite Jacket were just announced today, and will be available to buy online April 8, for $850 and $750 respectively.
The Nomad Jacket is your ideal outer layer for venturing into the rain. The shell has venting along the back and under the arms, which makes it breathable, and it's a pretty lightweight piece overall, so it's great days where it's humid but you still need protection. It's the ideal piece for bringing on trips where you might be shifting between actual outdoor adventures, as well as more low-key urban ones.
The HyBridge Lite Jacket is lightweight, too, but has more of an emphasis on keeping your body temperature comfortably balanced. The jacket uses Gore-Tex's Infinium fabric to make sure you stay warm without overheating. It's the piece you might choose to layer under the shell-in fact, the system is designed for that very use-although it works perfectly well on its own, too. It's also designed to pack into its own pocket, which is great for travel, whether it's for the week or just for a day.
Both Canada Goose and Gore-Tex are deeply rooted in creating items that do their job and last forever. The brands coming together all but guarantees product that works when you buy it and keeps on working for years. In other words: Invest now, and you'll be warm and dry for every spring shower to come.
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