Canada Goose Black Friday 2018 & Thanksgiving Deals


Black Friday 2018 is still a ways away. However, we’ve been tracking the Thanksgiving weekend deals coming from Canada Goose for several years now and it’s likely you won’t see any deals coming directly from them but maybe at some of their authorized resellers (you can scroll down the page to check out last year’s details). We’ll of course be updating this page with the latest ad leaks, news, and rumors the moment we know more (or just signup to our newsletter and we’ll keep you in the loop).

Our favorites from Canada Goose for the Fall/Winter 2018 holiday season.

While we wait for more Black Friday news, be sure to take a look at some of our favorite things from Canada Goose for Fall/Winter 2018 that are likely to best sellers this Thanksgiving weekend (the full collection can be found at

Clarence Coat — Made to withstand up to -15°F, this coat not only features clean and modern lines but also an integrated fabric chin guard and hood to keep you protected from cold, harsh winds. It’s made from 2-layer Herringbone with is water and wind resistant. It retails for $1175.

HyBridge Quilted Knit Hoody — This mix of down-feather and Merino wool (sourced from Argentina) will make you want to throw away your old woolen sweaters. With thermal mapping technology, this hoody allows for natural temperature moderation and breathability. It comes in black, iron grey, and navy, and retails for $695.

Rowley Parka Black Label — This full-length Rowley will keep you warm and cozy even on the coldest of days. Rated to withstand temperatures of up to -15°F, this proven textile is also flexible to help keep you comfortable for all day wear. Available in 4 different colors and sizes ranging from XXS to XL, it can be yours for $1195.

HyBridge Quilted Knit Hoody — On these chilly autumn days you won’t find a better sweater than this. With it’s blend of goose down and Merino wool, not only is it warm and lightweight but flexible as well to keep you comfortable during all-day wear. It retails for $695.

Waffle Infinity Scarf — Designed by Robert Mackie of Scotland exclusively for Canada Goose, this double loop infinity scarf is ensures warmth around your neck and will keep you looking good too. It’s available in ivory, grey and navy to help you match it to your favorite coat. It retails for $175.


Did you come across a good deal on a Canada Goose jacket or parka at one of their resellers? Then let us know what you saw, where you saw it, and for how much it was on sale for in the comments section (located at the bottom of the page).


Updated on Wednesday, November 22, 2017: For all of you guys and gals hoping to get a good deal on a warm new Canada Goose winter jacket which, by the way, are hands down the best made and warmest jackets on the market, then we’re sad to report that their official store never has any sales or discounts. But that doesn’t mean a deal can’t be had — It’s just a bit harder to find them, and even more so if you are looking at the beginning of the winter season.

Here’s a list of our top Canada Goose resellers, with the first three almost always having a few models on sale. We recommend that if you find something you like that’s already on sale right now, and it’s in your size, then jump on it as sale items on Canada Goose are often limited to just a few styles and sizes.


Updated November 26, 2016: Again this year there is no discounts directly from Canada Goose but there still is something special going on this weekend. They just released four limited edition styles from their archives that are only being offered this Thanksgiving weekend. Check it out at We’ve posted some screenshots below as well.




Remember when shopping this weekend, there are a number of so-called Canada Goose “retailers” but you have to be super careful because there is a lot of counterfeit products out there, especially on eBay and Amazon. Remember, if the deal sounds too good to be true, it probably is. If you’re not convinced, just read Tony Wilson’s article on he was caught up in a scam through a Facebook ad.

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