• Black
  • Niagara Grape
  • Tan
  • Caribou
  • Military Green
  • Forest Green
  • Navy
  • Graphite
  • Ocean
  • Spirit
  • Silverbirch
  • Mid Grey


New to our Arctic Line, this stylish urban piece is similar to the Chateau and Banff parkas, but is slightly longer for greater leg protection. With a storm flap over the centre front zipper and two interior pockets, the Langford offers clean lines and a modern look – all in an uncompromisingly protective parka.


Slim Insulated

Coyote Fur Ruff





625 fill power white duck down

Niagara Grape
Military Green
Forest Green
Mid Grey

More Features

  • Mid- thigh length provides excellent protection against the cold
  • Two high hand-warmer pockets
  • Insulated storm flap underneath centre-front zipper for greater warmth and protection from the cold
  • Storm flap over centre-front zipper secured with Velcro®
  • Centre back length: 36.5” (92.71cm)
  • Recessed, heavy-duty, rib-knit cuffs keep out the cold and snow
  • Back webbing grab-strap for hanging with sewn-on CG name patch
  • Removable coyote fur ruff surrounding an adjustable hood
  • Heavy-duty, centre-front YKK® 2-way locking Zipper
  • 2 lower pockets secured with Velcro® flaps
  • Two interior pockets, the top left security pocket includes a zipper closure

Canada Goose developed the Thermal Experience Index (TEI) to help you find the warmth you want for the experience you seek in each of our products. Whether you need a lightweight jacket for active pursuits or a field-tested parka for the coldest places on earth, this five-point system is designed to help you make the right selection from our expansive collections.

Please note: our Thermal Experience Index is measured in Celsius.

Fabric Technology

Arctic Tech

Extreme Conditions

Our most proven textile designed to stay dry in extreme conditions and climates.

  • Water Resistant
  • Durable
  • Warm


We use coyote fur around the hoods on our jackets because it never freezes, doesn’t hold water, and the uneven hair lengths create a windbreak that protects exposed skin, helping to reduce heat loss from the face. This holds as true in urban environments as much as it does in the high Arctic.

Fur has been used consistently for hundreds of years as cold weather protection. The only place where fur has been seen to go up and down in popularity is in the world of fashion. And while fashion is subject to trends, Canada Goose is not.

No matter what the temperature is, feeling “cold” is relative. Cities can feel just as cold as more arctic climates to some people – our jackets are made to keep people warm, anywhere.


Canada Goose has over 40 years of industry-leading understanding of down insulation technology which allows us to choose the best blends of down to suit the specific requirements of each of our jackets.

All of our blends include some Hutterite down, among the most premium Canadian down available. Its ability to retain more warm air than other types of down results in lighter weight jackets that don’t sacrifice warmth.