recommend a down jacket for the cold Canadian winter
requirements: not huge and puffy like that overplayed Canada Goose bomber bullshit (pic related)
they look a little too "urban woodsman" to me, I prefer stuff that's black/dark navy and made of plastic not green with copper buttons and sheep lining
anybody know any good models from Patagonia or Arcteryx or North Face
been there, done that...
Only one answer for that bullshit
you dont need one monster coat, you can layer.
granted im not in canada but i can get past below zero just layering my regular pieces. t shirt, henley, flannel, sweater, jacket, puffy vest, coat. its not as restricting as it sounds, though it can get ridiculous.
m8 you really don't need anything crazy.
I live in Canada in one of the colder parts, I have a jacket like this and it gets me through everything just fine.
arcteryx has a lot of really cool jackets. try em on irl if u can mate.
its rly fucking warm in toronto still - we have had a few snowfalls but we have yet to actually have snow on the ground for over 72 hours i think.
i've just been wearing this dumb carhartt ma-1 jacket with a hoodie underneath and its more than enough lol
hope u find somethin m8
you could get a surplus jacket liner and wear it under a normal jacket, it's all about layers.