We are deeply committed to bringing the finest craftsmanship to customers around the world, and that starts with making our downwear collections at home in Canada.
Filled with 800 Loft Power. These feather clusters are the insulation used to trap your body heat – a lightweight solution to keeping you warm.
Signature OSC Orange Trim is found on the sleeve pocket and inside security pocket. Custom made by highly specialized equipment, this fabric is exclusively available to our brand and separates genuine garments from counterfeits.
“I want to personally thank Outdoor Survival Canada for supporting Atka Kennel and myself. This past season during the Yukon Quest 1000 mile dog sled race, I faced a life and death situation and I can truly tell you that OSC’s Mission parka and Klin bib pant played a major role in saving my life.
Blacking out and being unconscious for over an hour in frigid -50°C temperatures, the first responder Paramedics who rescued me said that they believe the parka is what saved me from hypothermia.
Since the accident, I have been working diligently with medical specialists to ensure my full recovery. It has not been an easy road, however we are optimistic that in due time, I will be able to get behind the sled again with my team of star athletes (my dogs), who are the true heroes in my eyes.”
Outdoor Survival Canada is proud to support Jason Campeau and his team at Atka Kennel. It is home to sixty of the most talented sled dogs located in Rocky Mountain, Alberta. Deeply rooted in the philosophy from which the name derives from, Guardian Spirit, the training and racing of the dogs are carefully managed by the Campeau family, who are striving to set the highest standard of dog care and mushing etiquette, both on and off trail.
The Yukon Quest and the Iditarod are 1000 mile races that take place in some of the harshest conditions in the world, spanning from Whitehorse, YT to Nome, AK. In 2015, all eyes were on Jason as he was the first male rookie (and Canadian!) to ever run both races, placing well in both – a remarkable accomplishment.
Outdoor Survival Canada partnered with TEST YOUR LIMITS for an inspirational journey to the South Pole in January 2013 as they touched down in the South pole to raise awareness for the Heart & Heart Failure program at the Peter Munk Cardiac Centre, University Health Network.
The expedition battled -60°C temperatures, and the development of the Mission coat is a collaborative project with lead expeditionist and cardiologist Dr. Heather Ross and Dr. Diego Degado.
“Based on my expedition experience in some of the most extreme conditions, this coat is created not only to withstand the intensity of the South Pole but it has all of the little details and features that make the biggest difference when you are exposed to the elements”