Clothing corporate Canada Goose has introduced a shockingly pricey jacket designed particularly for photojournalists. Simply referred to as ‘Photojournalist Jacket,’ this product prices $850 and used to be designed in collaboration with an unnamed photojournalist. The jacket is designed to be waterproof, succesful of withstanding ‘harsh winds’ and appropriate for chilly climates.

The Photojournalist Jacket is constructed from Tri-Durance SS three-layer cloth with double-stripe reflective components to extend the wearer’s visibility at night time. Canada Goose bolstered the jacket’s wallet and shoulders with Cordura cloth, the cuffs have hook-and-loop closures and the waist includes a drawstring.

The jacket used to be designed with mid-thigh period for what the corporate says is ‘added protection and coverage.’ Wearers get a complete of 8 external wallet, together with some with double access and zippers; there also are two inside wallet. The product additionally includes a ‘stowable’ cloth hood that may be adjusted through the wearer.

The Photojournalist Jacket has a Thermal Experience Index (TEI) score of 1, this means that that it falls within the ‘light-weight’ class. The product is meant to be used in temperatures starting from 5C to -5C (41F to 23F). Despite its water resistance and water resistant design, Canada Goose claims this product is nonetheless breathable with four-way stretch.

The Photojournalist Jacket is to be had from Canada Goose now in Black, Navy and Red colours in sizes starting from small to extra-large for $850 regardless of measurement, a price ticket that does not somewhat replicate the typical photojournalist’s wage.