CANADA GOOSE SELLING WINTER JACKET SO TORONTO PEDESTRIANS DON’T GET HIT BY CARS

The most-controversial outerwear brand in North America — if not the entire world — just released a new product that's getting people all riled up, and this time it has nothing to do with allegations of animal cruelty.

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Oh Canada Goose, no.

The most-controversial outerwear brand in North America — if not the entire world — just released a new product that’s getting people all riled up, and this time it has nothing to do with allegations of animal cruelty.

Behold the “Toronto Jacket“: A $1,495 parka designed specifically for the climate of Canada’s largest city — and by “climate” I’m talking both environmental and political.

“Toronto Jacket is a versatile 3-in-1,” reads the item’s description on Canada Goose’s website.

“When the down-filled outer shell and lightweight down inner shell are worn together they’re warm enough for a Toronto winter’s harshest days, while the removable inner shell is a flexible layering essential.”

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