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Canada Goose Men's Snow Mantra Jacket

Canada Goose Men's Snow Mantra Jacket is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 7.
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Product Description Item No.   10167556

The Canada Goose Men's Snow Mantra Jacket has been called many things, but the one Canada Goose is especially proud of is "warmest coat on earth". I would, too, it's like being known for the "best pizza on earth" or on par with "world's greatest cup of coffee". It would be hard to live up to those standards, but the Snow Mantra Jacket totally does it without thinking twice. It was designed originally for industrial and commercial work in the coldest regions of the world, and can cover you in the harshest of winters and the toughest environments.

FEATURES of the Canada Goose Men's Snow Mantra Jacket

  • Long-thigh length cut provides extra protection in extremely cold and windy environments
  • Removable Coyote fur ruff surrounding a 3-way adjustable tunnel hood (vertically, horizontally and hood opening), with an adjustable bracing wire for superior protection in high-wind conditions
  • Fleece-lined throat-latch provides extra warmth
  • High-pile, fleece lined wind guard from top to bottom for increased comfort and warmth
  • Heavy-duty, center front YKK 2-way locking zipper
  • Storm flap over center front zipper secured with Velcro
  • Shoulder grab-straps and back webbing grab strap for hanging with sewn-on name patch
  • Double-reinforced elbows for durability
  • 2-way side zippers from hem to waist allow access to side arms or pockets
  • Two full-bellow chest pockets with 3M reflective tape secured with Velcro flaps
  • Extra layer of down-proof Nylon lining
  • Two lower, two toned, full-bellow snow pockets secured with Velcro flaps, on top of which are two fleece lined handwarmer slash pockets
  • Fleece-lined hand warmer pockets
  • Utility pocket on left sleeve
  • Stowaway ID window on left chest pocket
  • D-ring serves as glove attachment point
  • 3M reflective tape across back for increased visibility
  • Three large interior pockets
  • Insulated elasticized Nylon snow skirt
  • Two mesh kidney pouches with air activated Grabber biodegradable warmers
  • Recessed, heavy-duty, rib-knit cuffs
  • Canada Goose disc on stowable right pocket panel
  • Adjustable waist draw cord provides added warmth

- + Product Specifications
Hood Type: Insulated, Adjustable
Back Length: 38.5 in.
Disclaimer: We only ship this brand to US Addresses.
Insulation Details: 675 fill power white goose down
Product Technology: Canada Goose Arctic-Tech, Canada Goose TEI 5
Weight: 114 oz
Exterior Pockets: 5
Gender: Mens
Features: Insulated Hood, Hood, Insulated, Adjustable Hood, Zipper or Storm Flap
Jacket Length: Thigh
Best Use: Casual
Fit Type: Relaxed Fit
Insulation: Down
Canada Goose Arctic-Tech

Canada Goose Arctic-Tech
Canada Goose Arctic-Tech fabrics and materials are designed to stay dry in extreme conditions and climates. Born and bred in some of Earth's most unforgiving environments and arctic temperatures, these textiles are durable and water resistant in addition to being super warm and cozy. Long story short, Arctic-Tech makes arctic conditions seem less arctic-y.

Canada Goose TEI 5 Enduring Jackets and Outerwear

Canada Goose TEI 5
The Canada Goose Thermal Experience Index (TEI) is a five-point system developed to help you find the warmth you need in outerwear, and select the right product for your body, activities, and lifestyle. Canada Goose TEI 5 EXTREME products are field-tested to perform in the coldest places on earth.
The recommended minimum temperature for this style is -25° Fahrenheit and below. So bad ass.



Men's Clothing & Outerwear
SIZE XXS XS Small Medium Large XL XXL XXXL
Chest 32 - 33" 34 - 35" 36 - 37" 38 - 40" 41 - 43" 44 - 46" 47 - 51" 52 - 56"
Waist (Pants) 25 - 26" 27 - 28" 29 - 30" 31 - 33" 34 - 36" 37 - 39" 40 - 44" 45 - 49"
Hips 32 - 33" 34 - 35" 36 - 37" 38 - 40" 41 - 43" 44 - 46" 47 - 51" 52 - 56"
European Size Conversion 38 42 46 48 52 56 60 64

Please note that the measurements provided refer to you body size, and NOT the garment size.

Men's Gloves & Mitts
Small Medium Large XL
6.5 - 7" 7.5 - 8" 8.5 - 9" 9 - 9.5"

To get the most accurate measurement of you hands, use a flexible measuring tape and measure from your wrist to the top of the hand.

Rated 5 out of 5 by from Warm in the Coldest Climates The Snow Mantra Jacket may well be the warmest coat I have ever worn. We were in the northern reaches of the Yukon Territory, in the Arctic Circle, and it kept me cozy the whole time. It is well made, highly functional, and seems to be durable...... and did I mention... not made in China with cheap materials, contaminated down, and poor craftsmanship!! As you might infer from the name it is made in Canada. I had to get used to the zipper being on the left side but not a problem after a few days. It isn't cheap, but well worth the cost for the warmth, quality and features.
Date published: 2015-11-25
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Warm. Very, very warm. The weather here drops to double-digit below zero temperatures and we have stiff winds; I have to get out in that stuff a couple of times a day, and the wind isn't the only thing that blows. A couple of years ago, in a fed-up moment of clarity, on the recommendation of a close friend I got the Snow Mantra. In red because, well, that's all they had in stock at the time. This coat has now been wrung out for two full winters and here are my observations: 1) This coat is HEAVY. Maybe a full-length heavy fur rig could outweigh it, but I'm skeptical. With pockets loaded it weighs in at about 35 lbs, and that's a lot of coat. This is half the reason not to buy one for vigorous outdoor activity. I still entertain myself by telling people, "Pick it up. Go ahead, pick it up. Didn't think it was that heavy, did you? Hahahahaha." This parlor trick is very entertaining, and you can develop variations if you get bored. 2) It's WARM, and it's a thin step from there to hot. Sweaty, drippy, gotta start unzipping everywhere hot. I don't even put it on if the temp is above 25 degrees because I'll be sweating like a pig in 100 yards. Go big and layer with absorptive stuff. This, with 1) above, makes this a coat for activity no more vigorous than walking at a medium clip. Last winter I was on ice, slipped, and dropped about four feet onto concrete, landing on my side and head. The Goose was so thick it was like falling into a feather bed. Even the skull shot was a "moosh" because I had my hood up. Canada Goose saved my life (well, actually, it kind of did.) I've worn the coat in 22 below with a high wind and haven't had to fasten the snow gaiter or use the heat packs. 3) Lots and lots of pockets. Plenty of them outside, with little net things just right for a cell phone. Big cargo pockets inside, too. There are enough pockets to carry way too much stuff. Your mileage may vary.. 4) The outer fabric is tough as steel and waterproof. At least I haven't run across anything that gets through, in some pretty heavy snow. 5) Being CANADA Goose and not USA Goose, it has a right-hand zipper, and I think they may have a better idea up there because on a coat this heavy (that word again) it's much easier to get in and out. Just get over the automatic left-hand grab. On the subject of miscellaneous, the rescue straps on the shoulders and spine work great for man-handling the coat around. 6) The hood and coyote ruff aren't like anything you've worn before. The wire frame in the fur keeps it floppy, and if you pull it down tight you'll be looking through a little tunnel. This limits your visibility but if it's rank enough out, it's worth it. Coyote fur rocks, and it's true that it won't freeze up. Having said that, I usually wear a full Balaclava under the hood for better visibility while keeping warm. The little neck thingie stays tucked away as much as possible. It tends to work out constantly but it's no big deal.
Date published: 2016-01-23
Rated 5 out of 5 by from A great coat This is truly the warmest coat I have ever owned. In Minnesota's sub zero weather it feels like somebody turned on a heater inside my coat. I can brave the coldest weather this state has to offer without flinching.
Date published: 2014-11-17
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Holy Coat This is by far the coats of all coats, I purchased it last year and wore it twice both times around 15-20 below zero and I was warm and toasty.
Date published: 2015-11-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Warmest Ever! I live in Minnesota where it gets very cold! -20 zero is not uncommon. I use this coat for ice fishing. It feels like I put on a heater when I wear this coat. Being out on a northern Minnesota lake with a -50 degree wind chill fishing for Lake Trout is as comfy as being in my living room. This coat is outstanding. In fact I own two Canada Goose parkas now.
Date published: 2016-02-01
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Awesome features!!!!! I'm 5'8'' 180lb i bought a large coat and it fits very well. It works excellent for cold resistance and chilly winters. It keeps you warm in the coldest days.
Date published: 2015-12-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by from This jacket is GREAT !!! I bought this jacket for a ski trip that I went on in Niseko, Hokkaido Japan... The first jacket I bought was XL (which I normally wear...it was HUGE !!!! I think you need to be 6'8 to weat the XL !!! :) I returned it and got the L which was still huge but definitely the correct size for arm length and over-all fit. The jacket has plenty of pockets for storing things...It's almost made for people who go to Antartica or something...it's SUPER warm (I was only wearing a short sleeve t-shirt under the jacket in -8C weather...I was so warm, I just unzipped the front of the jacket and walked around like that. It's a perfect jacket for going in and out of the house quickly...you can just throw-on the jacket and go out in freezing weather (without layering). I would not recommend it for skiing or snowboarding (it's too bulky). It's more of a walking around type of jacket. Also, because it's bulky...if you are traveling, it will take up a lot of space in your suitcase. It's a tough jacket...I slipped on some steps in a restaurant and landed on my forearm...it was a pretty bad fall with a severly arm...I thought I ripped the jacket...but nothing happened to the jacket...
Date published: 2016-01-06
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How waterproof is this jacket? Can I wear it out in the rain?

Asked by: Mark
The Canada Goose Snow Mantra Parka is water resistant, but not waterproof. It will keep you dry in snow and light rain, but may become saturated if you are in a downpour for an extended period of time.
Answered by: Rocko Gigsby
Date published: 2015-08-14
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