Two Canadian companies collide. Canada Goose and wings+horns have teamed up, partnering their similar design sensibilities built on attention to detail and quality craftsmanship to create the Decade Parka.
While both companies technically hail from America's friendly northern neighbour, wings+horns can claim a little bit of Japanese influece too, having been formed by people of both lands. They bring the cool, clean Japanese aesthetic, while Canada Goose bring the years of insulation prowess and industry power.
The Decade Parka is available in both olive and black, and features design elements directly inspired by the original fishtail parkas, including a wax cotton shell, slanted front pockets, a quilted down lining, front snap closures and real coyote fur trim around the hood—died black on the black coat, and left natural on the olive.
These coats are downright cosy, and that's not to be sniffed at, with winter closing the hell in at a rapid pace. They've been produced in Canada in extremely limited number, with only 300 pieces hitting selected global stockists like End Clothing, Dover Street Market, and Present on October 10, priced at £945.
Check out the video above and get ready to drop some serious coin for the ultimate winter coat.