It's hard to find something from Canada that's better than its American counterpart, unless of course it's Rick Moranis, because our Rick Moranis is Louie Anderson. Swaddling you in Canada's surprisingly superior stylish warmth: Wings + Horns' Fall collection
Initially known for their range of subtly-detailed hoodies, the collective's latest drop to trickle down through our northern border blends contemporary touches with old school quality in an attempt to "reinterpret vintage Canadia", and's made from proprietary materials like sueded Tiger Fleece, funny, as fleecing a tiger usually takes a cheetah. Selected awesomeness
The Plaid Down Vest features predominantly navy & cream tones with red accent stripes on its 100% cotton outer layer (completed by a dark blue polyester lining), has waist pockets for hand warmth, and's done up by a two-way front zip bolstered with metallic studs (but not Metallica studs, 'cause Lars Ulrich is crazy ugly)
The Handknit Sweater with Stripe is made from 100% wool that's loosely threaded for a wharf-ish vibe; avail in blue and black (both with two parallel white stripes running along the waist), the look's rounded out with a shawl collar and square leather elbow patches, appropriate as Canada is constantly leaning...on us
The Ventile Down Shirt is a quilted, snap-front jacket that's stuffed with 80/20 down, but, thanks to a button-down-style collar and placket, has the appearance of a dress shirt, which are usually 100% stuffed by you
You'll also find actual b-downs, slim-fit pants, and accessories from double layer jersey scarves to cashmere toque-style hats, something Canada probably should do better than America, considering they're ours.