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Is that real fur on the hood, and if not - how has it been sourced to be sure it is not animal fur? Some countries say something is made out of fake fur and it's dog hair or squirrel.
What country is the jacket made in?
How is the down sourced?
Asked by: Connie90
Thanks for the question! The Savona Bomber is made in Canada with domestic and imported materials. The hood has removable real coyote fur ruff. Canada Goose only purchases fur from licensed trappers, who live close to land and maintain traditions that have been passed down through generations.
Canada Goose does NOT use any down from live-plucking. Feather Industries Canada Limited, their ONLY supplier of down, has a longstanding Corporate Policy on NEVER purchasing any duck or goose down or feather materials that have been harvested by live-plucking.
All feathers and down procured by Feather Industries are bought from approved vendors. These suppliers are fully aware of their policies, and share the same philosophical and ethical position. All of the down insulation that Canada Goose uses in its jackets comes as a by-product of the Canadian Poultry Industry. They not use down from ducks or geese that are culled specifically for their down and there is no culture of live plucking in Canada. Hope this helps!