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7 Ways To Legit Check A Canada Goose

Is it true that there are even fake products whose appearance and performance are almost the same as the real ones?
Introducing 7 quick ways to check the authenticity of Canada Goose!

Check The Logo patch

Real
Fake

A logo patch with the spelling of Canada Goose and maple leaves densely embroidered on the view of the North Pole from directly above.

The point I want to check is this characteristic logo patch. Roughly speaking, most of the logo patches of copy products have sloppy embroidery.

Let’s take a closer look.

Authentic Logo Patch

Every detail, such as the tip of the maple leaf and the details of the North Pole, is carefully drawn by embroidery.

The shape of the North Pole and the lake is fixed, and it is properly embroidered in place.

The logo patch of the copy product often has the embroidery of the small part crushed, so it is necessary to look closely.

Points to distinguish the authenticity of logo patches
  • Are small parts such as the North Pole and maple leaves embroidered without being crushed?
  • Is the logo pattern and spelling correct?
  • Is the shape and position of the North Pole and lake misaligned?
  • Is the color of the seam on which the logo patch is sewn the same?

 

Fake Logo Patch

Let’s take a look at the fake logo patch by referring to the points.

  • Embroidery is rough and frayed
  • Details such as rounded maple leaf tips are crushed
  • Which is different, the shape and position of the North Pole and the lake?
  • Thick seams
  • The leaf size on the right and left is different
  • Differences in font size and thickness between CANADA GOOSE and ARCTIC PROGRAM
  • Large font leaf

If you pay attention to the maple leaf and the embroidery of the Arctic point / lake, it may be easy to understand the difference between the real and the fake.

Check The Fur

Real
Fake

Canada Goose is a favorite in extremely cold regions such as northern Canada, Alaska, and Siberia.

To protect your face from frostbite, we use plenty of coyote fur and thickly wrap it around the hood.

The difference between the real and the copy products is obvious only by the volume of the fur.

One of the features is the soft touch.

Real Fur
Points to distinguish the authenticity of fur
  • A feeling of volume in the fur
  • Is it thick
  • Is the coat in order?
  • How is the hood part sewn?
Fake Fur
  • using fur other than coyote
  • There is no fur volume
  • The coat may be uneven and have a dirty look to it

Check The Product Tag

Real Tags
Fake Tags
Points to identify the authenticity of product tags
  • Does it have a hologram tag (but manufactured after 2011)
  • Is the tag sewn carefully?
Fake Product Tags
  • No hologram tag
  • The quality indicator tag is frayed
  • The tag is stiff
  • Rough sewing
  • There is a typo in the tag

Necktag

The tag contains a logo mark and bird embroidery.

Let’s take a look at the details while also referring to how to check the authenticity of the logo patch.

Real Necktag
Points To Check Authenticity
  • Is the embroidery in the logo cluttered?
  • Is the shape of the logo details different?
  • How about the spelling of “CANADA GOOSE”? Is it slanted?
  • How about the quality of sewing
Fake Necktag
  • Rough embroidery
  • The picture is different
  • The font of the brand name is different, it is diagonal
  • The technology is sloppy and the brand tag itself is slanted

Check The Fabric Used

A Canada Goose down jacket that withstands harsh winds and snow and protects you from the cold.

Genuine Canada Goose is made from a highly waterproof, firm fabric.

On the other hand, the fabric of the copy products has no elasticity, and instead of repelling water, it is easy to soak in.

Fabric From A Legit Goose
Points to distinguish the authenticity of the fabric
  • The firmness of the fabric

Regarding the fabric, the point to check whether it is genuine or fake is the choice of fabric tension. Keep in mind that the texture will withstand the snow, rain, and wind of the frigid regions.

Fake Fabric
  • There is no tension in the fabric
  • soft
  • Easy to soak in water

Check The Down Fill Used

The “down” in the down jacket is the down feathers that shine on the chest of a waterfowl.

 

The overlapping feathers have a large, fluffy ball shape, and the larger the ball size, the more luxurious it is.

Like coyote fur, Canada Goose uses high-end down jackets.

There is a big difference in volume and heat retention between genuine and copy products.

Points to distinguish the authenticity of down
  • How to clog down, is there volume?

Genuine Canada Goose is thick because it is packed with down.

The fake product lacks volume compared to the real thing.

Check The Product Number On The Product Tags

Legit Product Number
Fake Product Number

The product tag contains a variety of information.

Especially, the model number of the round part. You may be able to find out the authenticity by searching this model number on the net.

Points to identify the authenticity of the model number
  • Search for the model number and see if the same product hits

If you search by model number and find the same product to some extent, it’s genuine Canada Goose.

On the other hand, if a different product appears instead of the same one, it can be said to be a fake.

Summary

Point to distinguish the authenticity of the logo patch
  • Are small parts such as the North Pole and maple leaves embroidered without being crushed?
  • Is the logo pattern and spelling correct?
  • Is the shape and position of the North Pole and lake misaligned?
  • Is the color of the seam on which the logo patch is sewn the same?
Point to distinguish the authenticity of fur
  • A feeling of volume in the fur
  • Is it thick
  • Is the coat in order?
  • How is the hood part sewn?
Points to identify the authenticity of product tags
  • Does it have a hologram tag (but manufactured after 2011)
  • Is it with an agency tag (in the case of domestic genuine products)?
  • Is the tag sewn carefully?
Points to identify the authenticity of brand tags
  • Is the embroidery in the logo cluttered?
  • Is the shape of the logo details different?
  • How about the spelling of “CANADA GOOSE”? Is it slanted?
  • How about the quality of sewing
Point to distinguish the authenticity of the fabric
  • The firmness of the fabric
Point to distinguish the authenticity of down
  • Hard to clog down, is there volume?
Point to distinguish the authenticity of the model number
  • Search for the model number and see if the same product hits

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12 Comments

  1. There is a Canada goose expedition jacket for sell with the r
    Reg no.68f8490
    Please can you tell me if this is a genuine
    Prodroducy before I buy it

    Thank you

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