Canadian outerwear brand Canada Goose will further expand its retail business and open three new flagship stores in Tokyo, Boston and Calgary in fall 2017.

“Having a flagship store in Tokyo is particularly exciting as Japan continues to be one of our strongest growing markets and we can now better answer the call of our Asian customers by giving them an opportunity to engage with our brand, unfiltered,” said Dani Reiss, president and CEO, Canada Goose.

Rendering of the Canada Goose store on Regent Street


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The new flagship in Japan will be located in Tokyo’s Sendagaya neighborhood while the Boston store will reside in the Prudential Center. The Calgary store will open in the Cadillay Fairview Chinook Centre, marking the brand’s second store in Canada.

Previously announced additional stores in London (Regent Street) and Chicago (Magnificent Mile on Michigan Avenue) will also open in fall 2017. Furthermore, Canada Goose will expand its e-commerce–currently catering to Canada, the United States, the United Kingdom and France–to seven new European markets including Austria, Belgium, Germany, Ireland, Luxembourg, the Netherlands and Sweden.

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