Canada Goose extends its product line into the warmer seasons with this Spring 2018 collection. The Canadian outerwear staple, synonymous with its warm parkas that endure harsh and frigid temperatures, has just developed a new Strati-Dry 3L™ technical fabric — for when the months require less heavy coating. As expected, the fabric maintains Canada Goose’s exceptional protection from the elements, as the 3-layer material is not only waterproof and windproof, but it also offers extreme breathability and four-way stretch flexibility.
For its Spring 2018 “Unweathered” campaign, Canada Goose follows the stories of Catherine Bruhwiler, Robin Kort and David Jacob Harder, a surfer, chef/forager and artist, respectively. In the campaign, the three put the new outerwear pieces to use as they take the collection out into the British Columbian wilderness for real-world testing.
For more Spring 2018 releases, NikeLab has just introduced its full apparel collection.