With a windproof design and quilted ripstop nylon shell, the hip-length Canada Goose Lodge Vest provides the perfect amount of protection for early shoulder season evenings. Features like an adjustable draw cord collar and single-handed adjustable hem ensure the utmost in mobility without sacrificing warmth.
|Center Back Length:||28 in / 71.12 cm|
|Clothing Fit:||Regular Fit|
|Insulation:||750 Fill Duck Down|
|Liner:||100% Recycled Polyester down proof, plain weave|
|Material:||100% Nylon Ripstop|
|Pockets:||Front Hand Pockets|
|Canada Goose Lodge Jacket||$399.95|
|Canada Goose Lodge Hoody||$449.95|
I recently took delivery of my CG Lodge vest and it doesn't disappoint. I wore it as an underlayer with my TNF Gotham coat to protect against -20 windchill and my upper body was noticably warmer than just wearing my TNF Vicente fleece. My only regret is that I bought my TNF Gotham coat instead of the CG Chilliwack parka. Spending the extra money is well worth it imo. Oh, for some reason I noticed that CG gear is either fitted or sized for smaller people. If you like a little bit of extra room in your coat then I suggest ordering 1 size up. The sizing chart for the CG Lodge vest stated that a size medium would've worked for my frame, but I ordered a size large and it fits me perfectly.
... to carry on - very compact - good insulation. to stuff it into pocket a little bit of a hassle, but would not miss it.
This is a nice vest, however $300 is just to much for this or any other vest. Yes it's warm, but so is my $59 down vest from Cabelas. Look at Montbell or Patagonia etc. and pay a third the price.