Canada Goose has introduced an eye-catching “Overboard Yellow” colorway to two of its classic outerwear options, the Nanaimo Jacket and Seawolf Rain Jacket.
Designed for daily use in transitional seasons, both options are made using a breathable Tri-Durance fabric for protection against the rain and wind, while the “Overboard Yellow” colorway and reflective detailing add low light visibility.
The Nanaimo Rain Jacket — named after a city on the east coast of Vancouver Island — is lightweight enough to roll up when on the move, yet fully-seamed and durable when needed. Mesh venting can be found down the back panel to encourage air flow, while the articulated sleeves and underarm gussets make for a comfortable fit.
The Seawolf Rain Jacket is also light enough to be packable, yet robust enough for protection from the weather. It has a fully-seamed construction, boasts exposed Aquaguard water-resistant zips and houses a heritage-inspired webbing grab strap at the upper back.
The Nanaimo Rain Jacket and Seawolf Rain Jacket are both available from the Canada Goose web store, retailing at £475 ($550 USD) and £650 ($750 USD) respectively.
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