Canada Goose’s new “technical” knitwear is technically amazing
If you’re a Garmany customer, you almost certainly have a Canada Goose jacket (or several) in your winter wardrobe, which is why we’re excited to share that the Toronto-based luxury brand most famous for its parkas has unveiled a new line of “technical” sweaters for men—and they’re game-changers.
Why? These sweaters, which come in seven different styles ranging from cardigans to pullovers, are spun in Italy with ultra-fine Argentinian Merino wool, which is one of the most technically advanced fibers in the world. This, combined with a technology which Canada Goose calls “thermal mapping,” helps control the wearer’s body temperature and increase breathability, resulting in knitwear that’s warm and comfortable but never too bulky or weighed down.
And fabric aside, these sweaters have the Canada Goose signature design-wise, too, as they have shaping wires and oversized hoods like much of the brand’s outerwear does. Stop by Garmany to try on one or more of Canada Goose’s new “technical” men’s sweaters; just be forewarned that you might not want to ever take them off.