The Men’s Expedition Parka by Canada Goose is for the most extreme cold weather temperatures. This might be the warmest jacket in the line. It claims it was designed for Antarctica. I believe it! This jacket performs admirably on the coldest Michigan days. I felt warm in sub-zero temperature. Interestingly, I felt surprisingly agile given the warmth provided.
The coat is made of polyester, cotton and down. The poly does a good job of shielding you from the wind. The Expedition Jacket has two side pockets which are warm and in a comfortable position. The hood does not detach. If you are in weather where you don’t need a hood, try a lighter-weight jacket. (Or go crazy and wear the hood down).
One weird feature is the left-handed zipper. I didn’t even realize all zippers were on the right. You adjust.
This is not the jacket if you are the type of person who lives in California and is looking for something on those cold 40 degree days. If that is your situation you will hate this jacket. This coat is for extreme weather. For this it is a great choice.
Make sure you will be in sub-zero temperatures, otherwise try something in the jacket line.