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.
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.
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.
The Drummond (left) is a three-in-one coat inspired by Canada Goose’s Squall jacket, originally made for Toronto police officers on high-risk teams.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.
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.