As a model, Kate Upton has seen her fair share of breathtaking destinations. But her recent journey stands in a category of its own. Upton, in partnership with Canada Goose, travelled to the remote Canadian town of Churchill, Manitoba (aka the 'Polar Bear Capital of The World'') on behalf of Polar Bears International (PBI), a non - profit organization dedicated to the conservation of the earth's most beloved bears.
The collaboration also sees Canada Goose's first knitwear collaboration via the Ashcroft Hoody 795. Made using ultra - fine merino wool, the piece features nylon fabric on the hood and shoulders and uses Canada Goose's proprietary Thermal Mapping www.canadagoosesaler.com technology which uses strategic stitching to alleviate overheating across the upper back, under the sleeves and down the sides of the body.
Drop - tail hem. Thus far, initiatives under the Canada Goose Response Program include an Employee Support Canada Goose Vests Fund, established for employees who are impacted by store and manufacturing closures but are not eligible for government assistance.
You won't need to worry about the chill creeping in when you're wearing Canada Goose's Hybridge jacket. Padded throughout, it's filled with insulating down feather for added warmth, not to mention the high neck that'll block out harsh winds, too. Wrap up.
To be able to shelter in place. "Authentic" is a word that is used a lot these days but Canada Goose can credibly say that is has stayed true to its roots.
For local students without a Canada Goose, assume each one of them have 50 friends outside of school, in which about 50 own the parka, so (50 25) (99 50)=50 of their friends had the parka.