Canada Goose has opened its doors at South Coast Plaza in Costa Mesa, California. Plus. the brand’s signature Snow Room, the next generation of Canada Goose’s award-winning Cold Room, arrives in the United States for the first time at this store, giving guests the opportunity to explore its extensive product library in its intended environment.
For locals who want to feel the Arctic, the store’s Snow Room simulates a daily snowstorm with temperatures reaching as low as -10°F. This retail experience replicates various weather conditions, an invitation to put Canada Goose products to the ultimate test in functionality. The Snow Room’s environment is inspired by the climate of Churchill, Manitoba, best known as the Polar Bear capital of the world, and home to longstanding Canada Goose partner, Polar Bears International (PBI), the non-profit organization dedicated to advocacy and the worldwide conservation of polar bears and their habitats.
This location will also carry the brand’s highly sought-after collaborations and special collections, including Canada Goose’s collection with PBI, comprised of men’s, women’s, and children’s lightweight down jackets, parkas, rainwear, and accessories. With every purchase, Canada Goose donates a portion of the proceeds to PBI, to aid in environmental research and polar bear advocacy.
On November 12th, Canada Goose’s brand-new footwear collection will be available in-store. The collection complements and completes the Canada Goose lifestyle. The collection features two styles: the Snow Mantra Boots and Journey Boots. The Snow Mantra Boots are born from the brand’s Snow Mantra Parka, renowned as the warmest coat on Earth and designed with functional intention. The Journey Boots are expertly crafted in Italy and built for the demands of the everyday. Designed with an iconic squared-off toe, The Journey was inspired by classic Hiker boots worn in the Alps.