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Born in Canada, made in Canada. Arctic Bay is a fusion of the harsh Canadian Arctic cold and an incredible obsession for the finest in luxury fashion. It is from this balance of protection from the harshest of Canadian elements and purposeful styling essentials, coupled with our deep Canadian heritage and passion for all things Canadian, which has brought Arctic Bay to life.
A true marriage of ultra premium fashion combined with traditional Canadian outerwear quality and craftsmanship, Arctic Bay is ideal for the frigid cold fashion fixated streets from Moscow to Berlin, Whistler to Montreal, Tokyo to Sydney and Paris to Geneva. Whether your time is spent in the city or in a rural setting, winter conditions are a unique experience. Winters of past have been exceptionally cold and long, with high winds, heavy snowfalls and torrential rain, all of which can change in a flash. This is why it is important to choose the correct winter outerwear to keep you warm and protected, while maintaining a fashionable and elegant look.
The philosophy behind Arctic Bay came from the region in northern Canada with the same name, which experiences some of the harshest climates imaginable with temperatures reaching minus 55 degrees Celsius (minus 67 degrees Fahrenheit). The technical features of Arctic Bay men and women jackets are inspired by the Inuit people of Canada who use special techniques that have been passed down by generations to stay warm in these climates.
Arctic Bay winter jackets feature the industry’s largest and warmest premium Canadian Coyote fur and Beaver trims, leather accents, 725 down power, light-weight construction with a 70% nylon and 30% cotton blend outer shell, authenticity hologram, YKK zippers and unique styling characteristics for men, women and kids. Arctic Bay is unmatched in term of craftsmanship, quality, warmth and luxury. You will be just as warm and comfortable whether you’re driving to the office or trekking through the Arctic tundra.