Because most winter coats are so puffy you might get roasted over a campfire, allow us to introduce this:
Canada Goose's slim new Langford Parka, the one winter coat you absolutely need for this Frankenstorm-y season, available right now. Crafted by a northern concern that’s kept Canucks toasty for over 50 years, the Langford Parka has it all: tundra-braving warmth, a clean silhouette, and a weather-wicking shell. Plus a hood. Lined with coyote fur. Each hand-sewn coat’s also stuffed with the label’s signature lightweight goosedown, and generously thigh-lengthened to keep your nethers cozy. The result: performance outerwear suitable for glacial itinerants as it is for winter-bound city slickers. The Langford is part of the CG's Arctic Program, a line of thermal armor that also includes Foxe, a military-inspired bomber with snap enclosures and leather trim; the Banff, a sophisticated parka with a plentitude of pockets and ribbed “storm cuffs” to seal the heat in, and, coming early November, Citadel, a minimalistic collab with the upscale Japanese brand Sophnet. Even more excuses to brave the elements.