"Carson" Parka in Black
"Carson" Parka in Black
"Carson" Parka in Black
"Carson" Parka in Black
"Carson" Parka in Black
"Carson" Parka in Black
"Carson" Parka in Black
"Carson" Parka in Black
"Carson" Parka in Black
"Carson" Parka in Black
"Carson" Parka in Black
"Carson" Parka in Black
"Carson" Parka in Black
"Carson" Parka in Black
"Carson" Parka in Black
"Carson" Parka in Black
Canada Goose

"Carson" Parka in Black

  • Details
  • Sizing
  • Brand Info
  • The Carson Parka from Canada Goose is a hip-length quilted jacket made from premium duck down. Rated Level 4 on the Thermal Experience Index™ (TEI), the parka is suitable for temperatures as low as -15°F and is built using Canada Goose's signature 192GSM Arctic-Tech fabric shell. Finished with water-repellent coating and a premium detailing, including a genuine coyote fur hood and suede tricot lined collar and cuffs.
    • Slim fit
    • Ideal for temperatures as low as -15°F
    • Removable coyote fur ruff on hood
    • Suede tricot lined collar and cuffs
    • Three exterior fleece-lined pockets, single interior chest pocket
    • Shell: 85% polyester, 15% cotton
    • Liner: 100% polyester
    • Fill: 625 fill power white duck down
    • Made in Canada
    • Style #3805M
  • Size Chest Shoulder Sleeve Length
    Small 38" 16.25" 27" 27"
    Medium 40.5" 17.25" 27.5" 27"
    Large 42" 17.25" 28" 28.5"

    For details about how we measure our garments visit the measuring guide.

  • Canada Goose is the premiere cold-weather outerwear manufacturer in the world. A pioneer in goose down technology, the brand has produced the highest quality cold-weather jackets in the world for decades. Their goose down is sourced from rural Canadian Hutterite farmers who keep only small flocks of geese, and allow them to mature prior to plucking. The well-kept, mature down is higher volume, creating more pockets where warm air is trapped. Their goose down has been rated three times warmer than the warmest synthetic materials, and is the jacket of choice for scientists in Antarctica and other extreme-temperature climates.