Canadian’s know that the key to surviving winter is having a warm hat, a warm coat, and boots. It’s a MUST! Staying toasty when the weather outside is frightful is important when it’s cold enough to see your breath and windshields are blanketed in snow and ice. And as a Canadian mom in a very cold northern city, making sure my kids have warm jackets is important to me. Whether they are walking to catch the bus for school, sledding, shoveling or walking to a friend’s house, I want my babies to be warm! And that’s why I love the design of these new Canada’s Best Sears Approved Value Parkas for the whole family! Sears got it right when they designed these parkas for cold Canadian winters!
The Parka denotes an exclusive collection of what Sears believes are some of the best products sold in Canada, meeting Sears highest standards in quality, style, value and innovation at sensible prices. They are gorgeous and come in a variety of sizes and colours and each jacket retails for approximately $200. Don’t compromise on style, comfort, or price! This amazing parka offers the best of all three. Shrug into luxurious down insulation and stay warm and cozy, no matter how cold it gets outside. It’s specially designed to tackle those tough Canadian winters without falling short on fashion.
The parkas feature:
- 83% polyester, 17% cotton
- 90/10 down insulation
- Detachable hood with faux fur
- Fleece inside collar
- Reflective Scotchlite by 3M details at cuff, front, and back
- 4 front welt pockets; 1 sleeve pocket; 2 inside pockets
- Front placket closure with zipper and snaps
- Adjustable belt at side
- Knit storm cuffs with thumb opening
- Temperature rated: warmest
- Machine wash in cold water
I have one of these coats and I find it to be toasty warm and comfortable. I highly recommend this coat from Sears if you are looking for a warm and well-constructed parka at an affordable price! If you happen to be shopping for warm coats this holiday season, I think these Sears parkas are a perfect coat for cold Canadian winters!
Disclosure: This post was sponsored by Sears.