Although icicles and snow flakes are pretty to look at, the recent cold weather has given me a harsh winter reality check.
I've heard so much about Canada Goose and how warm their coat's are...but currently I have one of those TNA parka's and just always assumed they were kind of the same thing.
Apparently, i've been really mistaken. I have heard from friends that their Canada Goose jackets keep them so warm during the winter and that it's pretty much the best coat ever.
I am thinking it is time to retire my silly TNA parka and move on to a Canada Goose jacket.
The style I am eyeing is called The Kensington Parka, and I want it in Military Green (retails for $595). Problem is...they are pretty impossible to find this time of year.
Luckily, when I really want something I don't take no for an answer...I am in the midst of tracking one down so expect a post saying I got one shortly.
In the meantime, I will contemplate if I want Military Green or Black and ponder about the hefty price tag.
In the end, it's an investment piece, right?