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Outerwear Net Worth Book

 
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Being part of a team requires an emotional investment – even if it’s just a weekly hockey game with old friends. It’s a physical investment too: something you do to stay in shape, so all those fine clothes you own will continue to fit you perfectly. And to protect them you need a coat.

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The down-and-feather filling of this lightly quilted bomber will keep you warm in fall and spring – taped zippers, the funnel neck and the placket block any drafts. The navy-and-black jacquard patchwork pattern features varying geometric blocks and lines.

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A departure for BOSS at Harry Rosen, this hiplength, mineral blue quilted jacket is filled with duck down, substantial enough to keep a man warm through the Canadian midwinter. Side-entry chest pockets, patch pockets at the hip (and many more pockets inside) can accommodate all his everyday equipment. The detachable hood covers a stand-up collar. Wear the coat open to show off the smart burgundy lining.

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Here are two great Canada Goose offerings for men who don’t favour fur. The Hargrave (left) is exclusive to Harry Rosen. This midweight bomber has a quilted body but unquilted Arctic Tech fabric on the shoulders and elbows. Zippered side vents and a removable hood give many options. The Macmillan (right) has a snorkel hood that can be folded back and an extended back for bone-chilling weather. Its grey brush camo is a new colourway for the Fall 2017 collection.

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There’s a degree of stretch to the quilted nylon fabric of this lightweight bomber – even more in the wool at the cuffs and collar and inside the hood. Parajumpers made its name with coats that sport a lot of colourful hardware but here the company aims for a subtler, more sophisticated look that you can wear to the office as well as on weekends.

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The Drummond (left) is a three-in-one coat inspired by Canada Goose’s Squall jacket, originally made for Toronto police officers on high-risk teams. The inner vest is filled with goose down for maximum warmth; the outer shell is in durable Arctic Tech fabric. The Maccullouch (right) features blue brush camo – another new colourway for Canada Goose. Details include zippered side vents, four big 3-D pockets, reflective bands on the right chest pocket and coyote fur trim on the hood.

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This three-in-one is really a four-in-one – you can wear it with or without the hood. The quilted nylon liner can be worn on its own, as can the unlined poly-nylon shell. Its taped seams make it water-resistant, turning it into the ideal raincoat for wet fall days.

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