The Canadian winter coat brands you need to know

Nov 29 2016 by
Categories : Shopping

Winter is coming (imminently). Prepare thyself.

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    Mammoth Outerwear

    "What polar vortex?" you will wonder when you wear this suede-lined and water-resistant parka from the made-in-Toronto brand.

    Wully Outerwear Doe Parka ($699), at
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    This goose-down lined puffer is designed for freezing, dry weather. Winnipeg, we’re looking at you.

    Arc’Teryx Cerium LT Hoody ($450), at
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    Freed & Freed

    Who said florals were for spring? This coat by 95-year-old Canadian (and Canadian-made) label Freed & Freed makes a compelling case for flowers in winter. 

    Freed & Freed Rondeau ($1,395), at
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    Proof you do not have to sacrifice style for warmth.

    Sentaler Round Neck Coat with Fur ($1,995), at
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    Canada Goose

    This three-quarter-length parker from the iconic Canuck brand comes in eight colours. Good luck picking just one.

    Canada Goose Mystique Parka ($950), at
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    Soio and Kyo

    We love a long coat as much as we hate cold legs.

    Soio and Kyo Chanelle Maxi Length Wool Coat ($520), at
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    Mackage is famous for their leather wares, but we have a feeling you’ll fall for this down coat just as quickly.

    Mackage Harlin Mid Length Winter Down Coat with Fur Trim ($990), at
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    Yes, you can wear off-white in winter. Just don’t sit down anywhere.

    Rudsak Taiz Puffer jacket ($1,695) at
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    Tweed feels fresh when combined with faux shearling sleeves

    Sosken "Brodie" coat ($495), at
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