Once again, winter has come in all its glory. This chilly season calls not only for warm clothes but also for stylish winter wear.
The trouble here is all warm clothes are not trendy and not every cool leather jacket will keep you warm. So Triple F.A.T Goose comes to the rescue! This brand is known for its luxurious attire collection that will keep you cozy even in arctic temperature.
These premium jackets are a great investment because they will serve you in many winters to come.
We have picked out the most favorites of Triple Fat Goose parkas and down jackets. These jackets have 5-star reviews shooting out in every direction. You will find something here for people of all ages – men, women or kid.
Triple Fat Goose Reviews: Parka & Down Jackets for Men 2020
This is a luxurious Parka sporting real coyote fur for a hood. It’s available in four colors.
The main selling points of this parka are its detailed design and the technology used in it. The filling used in them is one of the brand’s finest – white goose down.
It is guaranteed to provide you with the warmth that you need when you go outdoors in subzero temperature.
The outer layer of the jacket is water resistant and coated with a hydrophobic tech. This tech comes in handy when faced with wet stains. You can get rid of them by a simple stroke of the hand.
This is an undoubtedly warm, breathable and comfortable parka. Get in the right size for a snug feel in a hostile weather.
The Chenga parka by Triple F.A.T. Goose was popular among consumers and held its title as a classic for a long time. So they made an upgraded version of the jacket.
The parka is insulated with White Goose Down and features a fill power of 700. It is higher than the previous Chenga Jacket yet it doesn’t make the parka too bulky. You can still feel warm without the jacket weighing you down.
Being part of the Aisen series, this parka is waterproof. The outer fabric is coated with three layers of durable water repellent. Triple F.A.T. Goose has equipped the parka with waterproof dual zippers too. In case of rain or snowfall, nothing will seep past these zippers.
It, too, sports a coyote fur lining in the hood. The fur is imported from Canada and feels super soft against your face.
The snap buttons, zippers and seam seal taping makes it known that the designers have thought about it all. You cannot go wrong with a jacket like this.
This is one of the best looking parkas from their Saga Collection. This is not waterproof, like the Aisen series. However, the hydrophobic nanotech is still there making the parka waterproof.
Their signature coyote fur hood is slightly longer in this series of Parkas. That means it can provide better protection for your face.
The jacket is incredibly detailed with fleece-lined pockets, the new cleaner-looking logo and the overall shape of it. The pockets are big enough to accommodate your hands along with your essentials.
Insulated with premium down, the jacket has a fill power rating of 675. The down filling creates air pockets that sustain heat in the jacket and keep you warm. This is not really a thick coat, yet a very effective one. It’s quite pleasant to move around with this jacket on.
This jacket comes at a lower price than those of other brands sporting similar features. This is definitely a convenient purchase to get you through the aching cold winter.
This is a super light down jacket by Triple F.A.T. Goose. The inside of the jacket feels as soft as you can expect it to be.
This down jacket does not feature the coyote fur hoods like the parkas. But there is a high-quality hood attached to it and you can zip it off if you like.
This jacket is filled with White Duck down and has an incredible fill power rating ratio to its price! It delivers a fill power rating of 750.
Being so lightweight and compact, you can wear it indoors as well as outdoors. The jacket is water repellant yet breathable. So it won’t make you sweat but will still keep you nice and snug.
In our opinion, this is the best value for money down jacket we have come across so far. This is one of the most affordable jackets from Triple F.A.T. Goose. Yet the premium flavor, crafty construction, attention to detail and trendy outlook – it’s all there.
The Hesselberg parka by Triple F.A.T. Goose is anything but an ordinary jacket. For starters, it does not look basic. The fabric, detailing, pockets and the coyote fur hood – all comes together and creates a sophisticated piece of Winter wear.
Now let’s take a look at the technical features. This down jacket sports side vents under the sleeve. So if it ever gets too warm inside the jacket, the vents will cool it down.
If you are not under subzero temperature, on most days the jacket will be enough to keep you warm. Wearing a sweater underneath wouldn’t be necessary. This leaves your body more freedom for movement. The jacket is lightweight too since it is insulated with White Goose down – one of the lightest premium filling materials.
The Hesselberg includes storm cuffs, which we think is a pretty clever addition to a down jacket parka. Storm cuffs are extensions of the actual cuffs. Those look like half a glove with holes for your fingers.
This extra measure to protect your hands from the wind and chills is quite thoughtful of the makers. However, the storm cuffs can be hidden when you don’t need them.
The Hesselberg is a water resistant jacket with many layers of protection and DWR at play. It has a fill power rating of 600.
What sets the Grinnell down jacket apart from the other Triple F.A.T. jackets?
it’s number of pockets – 8 to be exact. The jacket itself is nice and light. And with this many pockets, you can carry a lot of stuff without strapping along a backpack.
And it is so exceptionally warm that you most likely wouldn’t need to wear any thick Winter clothes under it. For people who prefer to move around as freely as possible, this jacket would be perfect.
The outer fabric of the jacket is nylon. It is water repellent. So even if you are outdoors during a snowstorm, you can count on it to keep you dry and really warm.
The inner fabric is silky and soft. The insides of the main entry pockets are lined with fleece. So they will not only make your hands feel warm but also welcome.
To provide some extra protection for you palms, Grinnell comes with the storm cuffs as well. You also get the signature coyote fur hood in the Grinnell. If you are not a fan of it, you can always detach the fur from the hood or the hood from the jacket.
First things first – the Ovstyn by Triple F.A.T. Goose is a very eye-catching jacket. It is based on old school jackets but packs all the modern tech to endure extreme cold conditions. It is well made with high-quality fabric.
In the front, the panels are lined with faux leather. It does give you the coolness of a leather jacket combined with the warmth of a parka. You are highly likely to draw a compliment or two on your attire if you wore the Ovstyn.
The structure of the jacket is quite adjustable – thanks to the hidden wire. You can control how the hood covers your head or how the jacket fits your body. A snug fit would mean no chilly air finds its way in.
The jacket is filled with high quality down. It’s warm and comfortable. Under the sleeve, there are side vents to ensure it doesn’t get too warm in there. It features ribbed cuffs. So if you were to drive or touch cool objects, it wouldn’t feel as cold on your hands.
The fabric of the down jacket is performance nylon covered with Teflon. Its water resistance is measured at 10,000mm.
Triple F.A.T. Goose equipped the Ovstyn with two way YKK zippers. It can be opened or zipped up from top to bottom and vice versa. The coyote fur is soft yet water and frost repellent. All in all, the Ovstyn is a great down jacket that will last you many Winters.
Triple F.A.T Goose reviews for Women
The Estelle is a long down jacket from Triple F.A.T. Goose’s Saga collection. Don’t mistake it for one of the plain, boring jackets. It’s nothing but that.
Estelle looks stylish and elegant. The length of the jacket extends below the waist almost to knee length. The waist of the jacket is shaped beautifully. There is an elastic belt around it to keep the jacket snug and maintain a nice fit. The shiny metal belt closure is a nice touch.
This too, like most jackets by Triple F.A.T. Goose, is insulated with down. The down fill sustains heat without adding too much heaviness to the jacket’s weight. The fill power rating is impressive at 675.
The hydrophobic nanotechnology makes this jacket water repellent. The hood of this parka is adorned with imported coyote fur. The Estelle is a sufficient package in terms of looks, fit and function.
This Norden parka is sturdy and heavy duty. It is windproof and water repellent.
It is a bit distinctive in its design since the access pockets are positioned on the chest. However, there is a set of pockets over the waist. But because of their straight positioning and buttoned cover, it may not feel natural to stick your hands in there.
The chest pockets are lined with fleece. Stylish snap buttons are used throughout the jacket. The smooth, thick coyote fur looks fabulous on the jacket. However, if you prefer lean clothing, the jacket might seem a tad bit bulky.
Triple F.A.T.’s two toned fabric combined with hydrophobic nanotech makes sure the jacket is a durable one. Filled with premium White Goose down, it has a fill power rating of 675.
If you want winter wear to keep you warm and still flatter your shape, this jacket will give you both. This long knee length parka comes with two Velcro straps. The straps are attached at the waist. You can use these straps to adjust the fit according to your comfort.
If you want to look lean while still wearing a warm down jacket, these straps definitely come in handy.
Isella is made of durable and breathable fabric. You will have some control over your body temperature while you wear this jacket.
There is an inner chest pocket. Both the entry pockets are well sewn with soft, premium fleece.
Dual YKK zippers and modern snap buttons bring out the best in this jacket. Imported coyote fur protects your face from wind and frost alike. There are also rib cuffs to ease the cold on your palms.
This is a high quality winter jacket. Perhaps one of the best there is for women.
Reviews: Triple F.A.T. Goose Kids’ Down Jacket & Parka
The Chenga is an extremely warm jacket that was made with kids’ needs in mind. It is easy to put on and zip up. Most kids can wear it by themselves.
There are four flap pockets on the front. Kids can easily keep stuff in them and not lose it due to flap protection. There is also an inner chest pocket.
The jacket uses nylon fabric as a foundation. It is then covered with water repellent technology. The finished product is durable yet breathable.
It is also lightweight. Kids can play and jump around in it without feeling restricted.
Triple F.A.T. Goose incorporates the coyote fur hood in the kids’ versions too. Kids love the fur and they need it more since their skin is more sensitive.
The storm cuffs keep their little hands toasty. The jacket is windproof as well. It has a fill power rating of 600.
The Norden Kids’ version is very much like its adult version. It looks very hip, the entry pocket placement being on the chest. The pockets are lined with black fleece that gives the jacket a pleasant look.
There are two flap pockets on the bottom and an inner chest pocket.
Premium zippers are used in this jacket. They are high quality and unlikely to get caught while zipping up or down.
The jacket is geared with hydrophobic nanotech. This technology will keep the down insulation nice and dry, even if there’s a shower or snowfall. Its water resistance keeps the down pockets functioning. The down, in turn, keeps the core warm.
It has a fill power rating of 675 – one of the highest found among Triple F.A.T. Goose jackets.
Arkona is a high-grade girls’ jacket for kids. It’s almost knee length so it provides extra coverage and protection.
There are four visible flap pockets on the front. The top two-sport simple yet quality flap buttons. There are fleece lined access pocket on the side. Moreover, ribbed cuffs are also included to warm up the hands.
There is a strap on the waist. The metal belt buckle highlights it well. But it does not tighten the waist area at all. This is actually a very thoughtful function provided for kids. It looks very chic yet doesn’t hurt or squeeze your core.
The Coyote fur looks especially adorable on girl babies. It is adjustable and removable.
The jacket is water repellent and windproof. It has a fill power rating of 600.
The Embree is also a long down jacket but it looks significantly different than the Arkona. If your daughter is not a fan of the waist belt and prefers something simple, the Embree might be a good match.
However, it does not look plain at all. The upper arms of the jacket are lined with leather panel. We are not a fan of it but many people still find it cool.
The use of snap buttons in this jacket is intriguing. There are some on the flap pockets and some across the zipper line. You can close the buttons without pulling up the zipper.
There are storm cuffs to ensure warm hands. Water repellent technology is used to keep the core dry and heated.
The down insulation makes the jacket light and breathable. Its weight to ratio or fill power rating is measured at 600.
Insulated Jacket Buying Guide: How to Pick the Best Triple Fat Goose?
An insulated jacket will keep you far warmer than any regular jacket. The reason is the filling inside the fabric that keeps heat from escaping your body.
But the market is filled with those. And insulated jackets are rather expensive. Before you buy one, you should make sure it is a worthy purchase. Take a quick look at this buyer’s guide to knowing what to look for in an insulated jacket.
Type of Insulation
There are basically two types of fillers – down and synthetic/polyester. Down insulated jackets have a high weight to warmth ratio. But they are also more expensive than synthetic insulated jackets.
Synthetic insulated jackets are also very warm and water repellant. Their quality isn’t up to the par with down jackets. But they are more affordable.
If you are considering a down jacket, make sure that it’s water repellent. Down cannot retain heat if it gets wet. If you live in a cold but dry climate, it shouldn’t be an issue. However, if there are chances of showers, a down jacket with water repellent technology would be a lifesaver.
Type of Baffles
Narrow baffles look great on winter jackets. If you are traveling somewhere, let’s say – backpacking to a Himalayan basecamp, take a micro baffled jacket. They take up less space as well.
Wide baffles are recommended if keeping your core absolutely warm is a priority. There aren’t as much seam openings as micro baffled jackets. So body heat has fewer routes to exit.
Everybody wants a hooded jacket, right? For the most part, yes. It keeps your head and ears shielded from the wind. It’s cozier.
However, a hood on your jacket can restrict movement to some extent. If you are in an environment where you have to be physically very active, you would do better without a hood.
Triple F.A.T. Goose gives you the option to detach the hood from the jacket. Whatever your preference regarding hoods, you are good to go.
Length and Size
Normally when you buy a winter jacket, you want it to be snug. A loosely fitted jacket will leave space for cold air to get in and body heat to get out. Consider getting a jacket true to your fit.
The length of the jacket is crucial because it has to do as much with style as it has to do with coverage. A long jacket will grant protection for a larger area of your body. Too long and you will look like a coat hanger. You should pick the right length and size for both appearance and warmth.
A bulky jacket can mean more warmth. But they can also slow you down in an activity-oriented environment.
If you have to remain active under extreme cold, consider getting a down jacket because of their outstanding weight to warmth ratio.
If you would stay mostly indoors with little activity, bulky jackets can be a snuggly choice.
Final Words – Why Choose Triple F.A.T. Goose Brand?
Why do we recommend Triple F.A.T. Goose despite there being other premium down jacket brands in the market?
There are plenty of reasons we chose to do this article about Triple F.A.T. Goose jackets. When we first discovered these jackets, it was surprising what they offered at such prices.
We intend to make this brand known so that people can benefit from these excellent products rather than spending a ton of money on Canadian brands.
Off the top of our heads, here are some reasons to choose Triple F.A.T. Goose over other brands.
- Unlike most expensive Canadian down jacket brands, they are affordable.
- No compromise in quality. You can tell they are made with high-grade materials at first inspection
- Down insulation with water resistance
- Great designs
- Premium feel
If you already own a Triple F.A.T. Goose jacket, let us know if you agree!