Communities in New Jersey—or The Garden State, as some like to call it—are used to facing unpredictable weather: heavy snowfalls, high winds and seasonal storms. That’s just one of the many reasons we opened our 5,330 square-foot store in Short Hills, a suburban area just outside of New York City.
It's in the Details
Canada Goose was born in the Arctic. We’re driven by our heritage and inspired by the harshest conditions on Earth, so we support fellow Canadians with similar values. Throughout the store you’ll notice art and archival pieces that express our authentic connection to the North, including Kitra Cahana’s composite photograph Above as Below, which describes the slow movement of the Gulkana Glacier.
Our Short Hills location is one of the first Canada Goose stores in North America to offer a Cold Room, an immersive experience where guests can wear some of our warmest parkas in temperatures as low as -13°F. Our products were built for the Arctic, and this makes testing their functionality easier than ever before.