Canada Goose Expands Product Line With The Introduction Of Sneakers

This month, Canada Goose is introducing its Glacier Trail sneaker, catering to the needs of the modern explorer who seeks style, comfort, protection, and stability. Building on their foray into footwear with boots in 2021, the release of these sneakers is a natural progression for the company.

Scott Portzline, Canada Goose’s SVP of footwear, explained that the idea for sneakers stemmed from consumer feedback, with an emphasis on a modern, athletic approach to footwear. The brand was determined to strike a balance between performance and luxury, creating a unique positioning for the Glacier Trail sneakers.

Functionality and performance are at the core of these sneakers, which feature proprietary HDry interior waterproof membranes for breathability and temperature regulation. The uppers are designed with rubberized leather protective wraps, a 360-degree lacing system, and a stretch collar for added comfort in challenging conditions. The Glacier Trail High model includes a zipper for a customizable fit.

The sneakers boast lightweight cushioned EVA midsoles, heel stabilizers for grip and stability on technical terrain, and a multi-directional tread and heel flare inspired by the brand’s disc logo for enhanced grip on descents.

Canada Goose chose suede and leather for these sneakers, offering a luxurious alternative to traditional trail shoes. Neutral colors like black, tan, and white, with hints of seasonal hues like Sundial Orange and Ozone Blue, add to their allure.

The Canada Goose Glacier Trail Sneaker is set to debut on July 18, with a price tag of $450, while the Glacier Trail High will retail for $550. They will be available online at,, and, as well as in select Canada Goose stores and Saks Fifth Avenue.

Looking forward, Canada Goose plans to expand its sneaker line with meaningful and relevant additions. The brand is also focused on developing franchise families that cater to their target consumers, including more athletic-inspired footwear and protective products, as they invest in research and technology for future innovations.