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First Look: Canada Goose brings its signature 'cold room' to Hawaii

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Canada Goose, Ala Moana Center, Honolulu

Shoppers in Honolulu can get a blast of arctic air at the city’s outdoor shopping mall.

The Canadian luxury outerwear and lifestyle brand, best known for its super-warm parkas, has opened a store at Ala Moana Center in Honolulu, Hawaii. The opening comes as Canada Goose continues to expand its retail footprint across the West Coast. 

The company also continues to expand its product offerings to create more year-round use. The lineup now includes apparel, lightweight jackets and vests, rainwear, footwear and more. 

The Ala Moana Center location contains Canada Goose’s iconic “Snow Room,” a dedicated space where customers can put its products to the ultimate test. The room simulates a snowfall with temperatures reaching as low as -10°F.

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Each Canada Goose store features a gallery-like design, with product and art showcased in a complementary way — on the walls, tables, and in dressing rooms, alongside apparel and accessories. The program demonstrates the brand’s long-standing support of artists and celebrates its relationship with the Canadian North.  With over 500 works on display in more than 60 stores, Canada Goose’s  art collection is the largest retail collection of of Inuit art in the world. 

For its store in Hawaii, Canada Goose is featuring a new installation focusing on a theme of “Patterns and Predecessors,” featuring pieces connected by generational knowledge and experience with narratives from Hawaii, the Arctic and Southern Canada.  

Canada Goose operated 65 stores as of Dec. 31, 2023, including 15 permanent U.S. locations. The company’s products are also sold in select department stores and specialty stores.

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