FreeAirLife: celebrate Nordic outdoor living with Canada Goose and film director, Daniel Kragh-Jacobson.
For extreme weather wear, Canada Goose promises to free you from the cold with their Outdoor Performance Collection. Proudly made in Canada (the brand even supports polar bears!), Canada Goose exports coats to South Pole research facilities as well as to the streets of New York, Paris and Tokyo.
FreeAirLife, the latest campaign that will appear in Scandinavia for the iconic brand, celebrates the Nordic philosophy of Friluftsliv (outdoor living), something we could all do with a little more of. The stunning short, directed by Daniel Kragh-Jacobson, captures the magnificence and intrigue of the Nordic landscape as the stories of three modern day explorers are told in the most authentic, natural way possible.
Back in the UK, Canada Goose is offering maximum protection from the elements for more urban explorers. The AW14 collection introduces the Fusion Fit for smaller body frames, that will be available for key styles in the Canada Goose Arctic Program, including the iconic Chilliwack Bomber and the Chateau for men.
For women, three quarter lengths are seen in the new Shelburne Parka (built with the brand’s trusted Arctic Tech fabric) with quilting, fleece-lined pockets, heavy-duty cuffs, and a storm flap for maximum warmth and protection. Whilst on the style front, five new bright shades bring fun and sophistication to any outdoor activity. Worn for their reputation for authenticity, quality, functionality and style, Canada Goose provide every opportunity to stay warm & embrace the cold this winter.
Canada Goose is available at www.flannels.com. For more on Canada Goose and FreeAirLife see www.canada-goose.com/free-air-life/freeairlife.html.