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20% off Men's Canada Goose at www.Simons.ca. Until Dec 31, 2012

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ghostfacechilla wrote:
Dec 29th, 2012 3:31 am
There goes their license to sell.. win for customers though
Context Clothing has been doing discounts for at least a couple of years. The most they do is remove them under their Authorized Sellers.
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cha0tik wrote:
Dec 29th, 2012 3:27 am
I'm looking at the Expedition now (already have a Chiliwack in Medium) and was wondering what size to order it in. I'm about 140 lbs. and 5'10" and fit great in the Medium Chiliwack. Will a medium Expedition be too big? Would any of you suggest I go for the small? Thanks in advance.
Even the Small (I have one) fits like a Large for me. I am 5'9" 155lbs 38" chest
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Myslin wrote:
Dec 29th, 2012 3:43 am
no langford or chateau :(
Chateau was sold out less than an hour when this Deal was posted. It was on sale for $555
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liquid_paper wrote:
Dec 29th, 2012 1:44 am
the funny thing is how big of a sale 20% is. when in actuality the prices of canada goose jackets pretty much increased by 18% since last year. lol still 2% savings
I did the calculations on a small sample of the 2011-2012 prices versus the 2012-2013 prices and they worked out to be much less than that, in the high single digits, not the dreaded 18% that the "RFD jacket experts" in the Fashion & Apparel subforum were predicting and proliferating.

Example calculation:

2011-2012 Chilliwack retail price: $545
2012-2013 Chilliwack retail price: $595

9% price hike calculated. A huge relief when you consider it's not 18% as we originally feared. :lol:
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Damn there's gonna be more CG on the streets now...
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Thanks OP and sc00ter77, I bought the small Chilliwack Bomber PBI edition. OP's coupon didn't work for me but sc00ter77's did. I haven’t heard of Simons before so I made sure they were an authorized retailer (and they are). Grand total came to $566.07 for Ontario. In my opinion, $500 before tax is the max I’ll pay because I don’t believe they are worth more than that.
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why when I put my postal code shows $60 in shipping?
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Geek123 wrote:
Dec 29th, 2012 5:13 am
why when I put my postal code shows $60 in shipping?
did you enter code CADSIM15 ?
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WIN-A-PIG!
Wish the freestyle vest was part of the sale.
'[s2 wrote:;16064071']Damn there's gonna be more CG on the streets now...
This is a good price but the I agree a lot more people own CG now.
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Mod_Master wrote:
Dec 29th, 2012 5:28 am
did you enter code CADSIM15 ?

I did.

I guess I wasn't supposed to put my postal code
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originalgoods13 wrote:
Dec 29th, 2012 3:50 am
Chateau was sold out less than an hour when this Deal was posted. It was on sale for $555
I think I got the last Chateau in M. After I tried a medium Chateau at Harry Rosen tonight, I realized I should've gone with a large instead. One-size-down rule doesn't work on me. Was there any large Chateau available when this post was up?

ps: I wear a medium mcmurdo parka.
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"One size down" rule doesn't apply to Canada Goose jackets classified under the "slim insulated" fit, which comprises the Chateau.

It works for "regular insulated" jackets like the Chilliwack and Constable.

I find I have to go two sizes down or more for "relaxed insulated" jackets like the Expedition.
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CanadaGooseForumAdmin wrote:
Dec 29th, 2012 6:03 am
"One size down" rule doesn't apply to Canada Goose jackets classified under the "slim insulated" fit, which comprises the Chateau.

It works for "regular insulated" jackets like the Chilliwack and Constable.

I find I have to go two sizes down or more for "relaxed insulated" jackets like the Expedition.
Is the fit for the mountaineering jacket the slim insulated or regular insulated? Thanks.
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Mountaineer is considered "slim insulated" according to the Mountaineer page: http://www.canada-goose.com/products-pa ... eer-jacket

As I recall, it's true. I wear a small in the other "slim insulated" gear, like the Manitoba, Chateau, and Banff. I picked up a small Mountaineer at Le Baron, tried it on, and it fit as expected.

Disclaimer: I do not own a Chateau, Banff, or Mountaineer. ;)
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CanadaGooseForumAdmin wrote:
Dec 29th, 2012 6:03 am
"One size down" rule doesn't apply to Canada Goose jackets classified under the "slim insulated" fit, which comprises the Chateau.

It works for "regular insulated" jackets like the Chilliwack and Constable.

I find I have to go two sizes down or more for "relaxed insulated" jackets like the Expedition.
True. I also tried on a medium Expedition. It definitely fits larger but it is kind of overkill. I'll make a call tomorrow to see if I can get a large Chateau for my order.
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