Luxury outerwear company Canada Goose has dropped a limited-edition coat in honor of the brand’s 60th anniversary and Canada’s 150th birthday.
Dubbed “The Canada Coat”, the unisex jacket is designed to withstand the harshest conditions on the planet. The limited-run parka (only 400 are being produced) has been made to field temperatures below -22 degrees Fahrenheit. The coat features design details inspired by iconic parkas made for the Canadian Rangers and Lance Mackey, Goose Person and four-time Iditarod winner.
The jacket, which retails for $1,695, is available in red and black styles (300 red and 100 black) beginning today, October 20 in Canada Goose flagship stores.