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Canada Goose launches sustainable collection Humanature

This winter, Canada Goose launches the HUMANATURE Capsule, a collection designed for both people and the planet. The capsule stays true to the brand’s heritage in performance, luxury and innovation, while also representing its sustainable focus and future. Canada Goose’s acclaimed Standard Expedition Parka returns with the addition of four brand-new overcoats and puffers for men and women.

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HUMANATURE is Canada Goose’s purpose platform, uniting its sustainability and values-based initiatives. HUMANATURE underscores the brand’s purpose to keep the planet cold and the people on it warm. Canada Goose is dedicated to keeping the planet cold through its Sustainable Impact Strategy, supporting the planet and environment. Drafting off its renowned legacy, the brand physically and symbolically keeps people warm through product, but also its celebration of communities, people and culture.

Canada Goose aims to drive meaningful change. The brand’s goals are strategic with purposely aggressive timelines, committed to lowering its impact across both its operations and products, including being carbon zero by 2025. In 2021, Canada Goose committed to transitioning 90 percent of its materials to Preferred Fibres and Materials (PFMs) by 2025. PFMs, such as recycled and organic fibres, are sustainable alternatives to conventional materials. This HUMANATURE Capsule is the largest collection of PFMs to date.

The four new styles – the Rhya Overcoat, Kiefer Puffer, Ryker Overcoat, and Nairo Puffer – are made with Recycled Feather-Light Ripstop, the recycled version of the brand’s proprietary fabric. Made of 100 percent recycled nylon, the recycled version of Feather-Light Ripstop’s performance qualities remain, making these styles durable, water repellent and lightweight. The cashmere touchpoints add comfort, while the adjustable and removable features – including belts and hoods – provide versatility across seasons and weather. The down throughout the HUMANATURE Capsule is also 100 percent responsibly sourced. Aligned to its Sustainable Impact Strategy, Canada Goose achieved certification to the Responsible Down Standard (RDS) in November 2021.

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The natural monochromatic undyed Griege colourway throughout the collection is purposeful. By not dyeing these fabrications, the brand has eliminated the chemicals and water that are needed within the dyeing process. Griege is an exclusive characteristic of Canada Goose’s HUMANATURE collections, having first been unveiled with the Standard Expedition Parka.

The HUMANATURE Capsule collection is available starting 10th January 2022 in select Canada Goose stores globally and online at