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    Anorak No. 8 - Tarmac

    DESCRIPTION

    A technical anorak from Fjällräven, designed for even the most demanding trek at any time of year. Made from their G-1000 Eco and G-1000 HeavyDuty materials, the Anorak No. 8 has a sustainable provenance whilst being durable enough to last years of use.



    Created to withstand tough conditions in the forest and mountains throughout the year. The hood can be adjusted for a perfect fit around the head, and a visor construction means that you can fold the visor back from two angles, depending on whether wind protection or peripheral vision is a priority. When not in use, the hood then forms a high collar to keep your neck warm and protected.

    For warmer conditions, the front panel unzips and unbuttons to be folded aside for releasing excess heat. Long zipper sin the side can be opened for ventilation, whilst also making putting on and removing the garment easier. A drawcord in the back regulates the waist and another drawcord in the front adjusts the hem. The G-1000 Eco and HeavyDuty can be waxed using Fjällräven’s Greenland Wax system to ensure water protection for years of use.

    • Weight: 1096 g in size M
    • Material names: G-1000® Eco|G-1000® HeavyDuty
    • G-1000® Eco: 65% polyester, 35% cotton
    • G-1000® HeavyDuty: 65% polyester, 35% cotton
    • Contains non-textile elements of animal origin: Yes (Fjällräven Logo and leather details)

    Size Guide

      Chest Waist
    S 88-92cm 76-80cm
    M 96cm 84cm
    L 100-104cm 88-92cm
    XL 108cm 96cm
     

    PROVENANCE AND ETHICS  

    The Anorak No. 8 is made from wind and water resistant G-1000 Eco in recycled polyester and organic cotton with extra strong G-1000 HeavyDuty at the shoulders, sleeves and the extended back. The fabric and details were chosen to minimise their impact on the environment - for example most of the leather details are made from leftover pieces of leather - and to make it easy to replace exposed sections after years of use.
     
    The story behind Fjällräven began in 1950 when Åke Nordin, a 14-year-old boy from Örnsköldsvik in Northern Sweden, was about to go for a trek in the mountains. Åke, who spent more time outdoors than indoors, did not like the backpacks that were available at that time. He decided to take matters into his own hands and built a wooden frame, this frame became the start of Åke's company, in 1960.
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