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How to tell a fake or genuine Canada Goose jacket

tell a fake or genuine Canada Goose

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How do you tell a fake or genuine Canada Goose jacket? Our guide will outline the ways to tell counterfeit from the real deal — as worn by Daniel Craig as James Bond in Spectre.

Functionality and quality are paramount in all Canada Goose products. It is not for nothing that the slogan “Made in Canada” is meant to be a promise to the company’s customers.

Canada Goose’s “Snow Mantra” coat “is considered the warmest coat in the world for the toughest conditions” and is expected to withstand temperatures of up to -70 degrees. The coat owes this functionality to the down, among other things. The large trimming of coyote fur on the hoods of the Canada Goose jackets also protects the face from frostbite.

Functionality and quality are paramount in all Canada Goose products. It is not for nothing that the slogan “Made in Canada” is meant to be a promise to the company’s customers. Like many other branded products, there are many counterfeits of the high-priced Canada Goose jackets. We will show you how to detect these counterfeits by using the following characteristics.

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Ways to tell a fake or genuine Canada Goose

Here we explain how to distinguish a real Canada Goose jacket from a fake based on authenticity features.

Canada Goose Hologram

tell a fake or genuine Canada Goose

hologram label is sewn into current Canada Goose jackets to confirm the authenticity of the product and is one of the first ways to tell a fake or genuine Canada Goose. It features a polar bear and other elements that can be seen from different angles. In the photo you can see three logos, with the logo on the left showing a slightly older version of the logo, while the two logos on the right represent the current logo. In addition to the hologram, the quality of the label also indicates the authenticity of the jacket. In the case of counterfeiting, the edges of the label often fuse.

Canada Goose “Arctic Disc” Logo

Fake or genuine Canada Goose

The “Arctic Disc” is the logo of Canada Goose. To distinguish a fake jacket from an original Canada Goose product, you need to take a closer look at the logo. In the case of fake jackets, the seams are usually poorly processed and partially frayed. In addition, the colors of the seam often deviate. Take a closer look at the maple leaves on the logo. In the case of fake products, they often have a different or wrong form.

The Fur of the Canada Goose Jacket

Another authenticity feature is the high-quality fur of a Canada Goose jacket. In the original, the coyote fur is thick and looks luxurious. Counterfeits often use other fur, such as raccoon fur. The fur of cheap fake jackets also looks dirty and thin. Often the fur does not appear soft and fluffy, but matted and shaggy. Also check the seams and hems on the hood!

Canada Goose Down

While Canada Goose uses only aseptic Canadian down for the products, cheap plagiarism often uses other materials to fill the jackets. The danger is that these other materials, such as feather mulch, contain bacteria, mites or other pests. The fake jackets therefore offer much less protection from the cold than the original. Also compare the thickness and weight of the possibly fake jacket with a product that you can be sure is an original.

YKK zipper

Fake or genuine Canada Goose

Canada Goose uses YKK zips for its jackets. Therefore, check whether the zipper bears the appropriate label “YKK” and can be closed without hooking.

Packaging of the products

Canada Goose products come in a high quality white box. At the center of this packaging is the Canada Goose logo, the “Arctic Disc”. The ordered product should be neatly folded upon delivery and repackaged in plastic.

Canada Goose Dealers & Webshops

Make sure you order Canada Goose products from an authorized retailer. For this purpose, the Canada Goose website offers a list of retailers who are sure to sell original products. Leave your fingers on a purchase from websites that you find weird. Too cheap offers can also indicate a forgery.