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Thermal Mapping

Canada Goose designs jacket insulation around specific warming needs

by Roman Espejo in Style on 08 June 2010

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An industry-first technology created by Canada Goose, thermal mapping uses strategically-placed premium duck down to insulate the family-run label's forthcoming HyBridge line. Tailored for men's and women's unique needs, the approach makes for sleek silhouettes with optimal warmth and flexibility thanks to its soft-shell construction.

Treated nylon fabric wicks away moisture, while an adjustable hem and fleece-lined cuffs help guard against the chill. An internal pocket for mp3 players makes it an ideal jacket for biking or running.

HyBridge with thermal mapping hits stores August 2010.


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