CANADA GOOSE AROUND THE WORLD
SPRING BY CANADA GOOSE
For decades, Canada Goose has kept film crews and photographers protected, providing exceptional warmth and superior functionality for long shoots in frigid temperatures. But protection doesn’t stop with the cold. Canada Goose continues to evolve its product expertise within multiple categories: Rain, Wind, Knitwear and Lightweight Down.
For the Spring 2019 campaign, we asked 5 photographers to gear-test these adaptable spring systems in 5 cities around the world. Wearing Canada Goose, the photographers immersed themselves in their cities to share their unique perspective on spring.
MEET THE PHOTOGRAPHERS - Kamil Bialous, Vancouver
British Columbia-based Bialous approaches his photography practice a bit like a visual treasure hunt. « I tend to be explorative and roam around, see what catches my eye, and then allow for a natural response to want to photograph it. »
MEET THE PHOTOGRAPHERS - Cian Oba-Smith, London
For Irish-Nigerian Oba-Smith, it’s imperative that his photography reflects the diversity of his adopted home city. “The mix of cultures, people and architecture makes it a beautiful place to live,” he says.
Spring is unpredictable. That’s why our raincoats and light jackets are designed to offer unparalleled performance and keep you dry. Period.
Every decision – from the pocket placement to the size of the hood – is based on an understanding that you need your rainwear to be as ready for any adventure as you are.
Our raincoats are made from Tri-Durance, a three-layered fabric that is waterproof yet breathable, and stands up to the toughest downpours.
Reflective elements in our signature double stripe ensure that you’re visible, even on the gloomiest spring day.
We’ve incorporated solutions for air flow, such as underarm vents with zippers that can be opened or closed as needed.
This relaxed fit poncho is a unisex style designed for total rain protection.
SPRING LAYERING SYSTEMS.
For versatility in changing conditions, this rainwear is intended to be used as part of an adaptable system.
Come rain, wind, cold – or all three – there’s a combination of layers for whatever the weather throws at you this season.
When extra warmth is needed, a lightweight down or knitwear piece can be layered underneath and easily removed when no longer needed.
Wearing the Seawolf raincoat, this Vancouver-based photographer stayed protected though the drizzle, downpours and wind gusts of a day out shooting on the coast.