Welcome to the Canada Goose Jacket For Women site
Canada Goose (also known as Canada Goose Expedition Clothing Outfitters) is a Canadian manufacturer of cold weather outerwear. The company was founded in 1957 by Sam Tick, under the name Metro Sportswear Ltd. Canada Goose manufactures a wide range of jackets, vests, hats, gloves and other cold weather apparel designed for extreme cold weather conditions. Some Canada Goose jackets also utilize coyote fur on the hoods. The jackets are known to be highly coveted garments and are only sold at select high-end retailers. The garments have been popular in Scandinavia since 1998, and became popular in Canada around 2008. Many celebrities have been seen wearing the jackets, though the company does not pay them. These celebrities include Matt Damon, Hilary Duff, Hayden Christensen and Maggie Gyllenhaal. In addition, the jackets have appeared in some Hollywood movies, with actor Nicolas Cage (in National Treasure), and actresses Jessica Alba (in Good Luck Chuck) and Kate Beckinsale (in Whiteout).  In the movie The Day After Tomorrow, which chronicles the Earth entering a modern-day ice age, Canada Goose's Expedition Parka is worn by research scientists representing the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. Laura Linney (in The Big C (TV series)) is wearing the jacket in Season 2 - Episode 13, "Crossing the Line", at about five and twelve minutes into the show. The Expedition Parka is standard issue for participants in the United States Antarctic Program. British Film Director Marcus Dillistone wore Canada Goose clothing when he completed his art suite at the Icehotel (Jukkasjärvi) in 2010. Jeremy Clarkson and James May, the presenters of British television show Top Gear, donned Canada Goose jackets for their expedition to drive a vehicle to the magnetic North Pole in Top Gear's Polar Special.