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Canada Goose’s fash­ion­able way to face the cold

The Daily Telegraph - Telegraph Magazine - - THE CUT / STYLE BIBLE -

De­signed for ex­plor­ers and adopted by city slick­ers, Canada Goose helps out­doorsy types look cool while stay­ing warm. For win­ter, the brand has dipped its toe into knitwear. Here, we take a closer look.

Hybridge Knit Hoody, £550, canada­goose.com. This ladies‘ style weighs 617g. All the merino wool is trace­able back to an in­di­vid­ual farm – and some­times even an­i­mal – in Ar­gentina. The Hybridge Knit line com­bines wool and down with high-per­for­mance fab­rics. The hoody is TEI (Ther­mal Ex­pe­ri­ence In­dex)tested and has been ap­proved to a rat­ing of TEI 1, mean­ing it is suit­able from 5C to -5C. The body of the hoody is 675-fillpower goose down. The higher the fill power of a down prod­uct, the more air it can trap to in­su­late an item.

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