Canada Goose Company manufacture outerwear in 4 different fits that suit 4 different needs: Fusion fit, slim fit, regular fit, and relaxed fit.
In this article, I am going to give a clear distinction between all the fits that this brand offers in their jackets, coats, and parkas.
We’re also including the size chart for the Fusion fit and a standard chart that is applicable for the regular, slim, and relaxed fit but not to the fusion fit.
Let’s start by answering the main question.
Canada Goose Fusion vs Slim vs Regular vs Relaxed Fit
If we just compare every fit of Canada Goose then, Fusion fit offers a smaller hood, narrower chest, shorter sleeve length, and shorter hem length as compared to Canada Goose’s Slim fit, regular fit, and relaxed fit.
Fusion fit is there for shorter body frames which came in the market after analyzing more than 16,000 individuals’ body and 26 key body measurements.
Keep in mind that, Fusion fit can be felt a little tight at the chest and shoulders and sleeves can run shorter at your arms.
Men’s Fusion Size Chart (North America)
Women’s Fusion Sizing Chart (North America)
Canada Goose designed a slim fit for those who want a more shaped and slim look while maintaining the core warmth and not blocking the body movement in any way.
Good for an athletic look but you’ll be a little uncomfortable in slim fit Canada goose jackets or parkas when adding layers because this is closer to the body thus not much space for multiple layering or thick mid-layers.
The brand only offers a separate sizing chart for fusion fit, so any other fit falls under the standard sizing chart which will be discussed in the same post after describing all the fits.
The regular fit of Canada Goose will be great for those who want to add layers and remain comfortable, this fit is a balance between the brand’s slim fit and the relaxed fit.
Most people will stop at regular fit because it fulfills the average person’s layering and style requirements.
The last fit that Canada Goose offers is the relaxed fit which a normal person may not ever need because this is the largest fit and designed for layering in extreme weather and industrial applications.
With a relaxed fit, you’ll not see any type of close-to-body fitting to give the body a shaped fit.
The Canada Goose’s jackets and parkas that fall under relaxed fit will sit loosely on the body and can feel very roomier and bulky that’s why for everyday uses it is recommended that you size down any relaxed fit jacket.
Canada Goose Sizing Chart For Slim, Regular, and Relaxed fit
Any fit other than Fusion fit follows the same sizing chart know as Canada Goose’s standard sizing chart.
Men’s Sizing Chart (North America)
|Size||Chest (In)||Waist (In)||Hip (In)||Sleeve (In)|
Women’s Sizing Chart (North America)
Let’s conclude this article!
Canada Goose Fusion Fit vs Slim Fit vs Regular Fit vs Relaxed Fit: Fusion fit is for those who are petite or have a shorter body frame.
slim fit is for those who want an athletic look, the regular fit is for those who want to add a thin layer and still want a jacket to have some shaping
Lastly relaxed fit is for those who live in extreme cold temperatures or for industrial applications where heavy layers are needed.
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