Ascending Mount Everest is one of the most physically demanding feats possible. With temperatures that never rise above freezing and avalanches constantly threatening to batter you back down the mountain, the journey to the summit is only for those with the most adventurous spirit and determined will.

Men like Laurie Skreslet, the first Canadian to scale the peak and a source of inspiration for his compatriots at Canada Goose. The mountaineer’s exploits are celebrated in a special campaign film, Out There, which is being showcased alongside the brand’s Everest-ready pieces.

The Foxe Bomber (£850) comes in deep navy and features a removable shearling collar, leather detailing and a 650 fill power white duck down. This versatile piece provides warmth in temperatures as low as -20C, making it the perfect option for your own Arctic (read: urban) explorations.

The Lodge Down Vest (£325), available in slate, is a quintessential layering piece, filled with premium Hutterite white duck down and fastened with a two way zip. The slim-fit gilet can be packed away into an internal pocket, making it the ideal winter travel companion.

The Moraine Shell (£575) in bright, pacific blue is a lightweight, waterproof jacket, perfect for the unpredictable winter weather. This tailored, fully seam-sealed design is the optimal piece for an active lifestyle.

This exclusive collection is available in a special area of the menswear department at Selfridges’ flagship London store. Canada Goose has transformed the space into an Arctic landscape where it will display its original campaign film, Out There, the story of Laurie Skreslet’s climb.

The exclusive Canada Goose collection will be available from 9-29 January 2016 at Selfridges.

Canada Goose Everest-Inspired Range

Canada Goose Everest-Inspired Range

Canada Goose Everest-Inspired Range