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    Luhkka Cape - Dark Grey

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    Unisex, knee-length cape from Fjällräven, inspired by the Sami's versatile and practical traditional Luhkka garment. Can be worn on its own during the autumn and spring and as a reinforcement garment over normal winter clothing - just as the Sami have always worn it.

    When worn over normal shell garments it offers flexible protection against the cold and bitter winds, and any snow can be quickly shaken off before going indoors. A thin synthetic lining has been added to the strong, wind and water resistant G-1000 for extra warmth.

    The cape has a fixed, adjustable hood with detachable synthetic fur edging and a reflective band in the back. There is a half zipper in the front and a G-1000 gusset in the opening with soft fleece on the inside. A breast pocket is positioned immediately beside the opening and further down there is a kangaroo pouch. Push buttons at the wrists hold the cape in place when you are on the move. Zipper pulls and the trim are in natural tone leather. 

    • Outer material: G-1000® Original: 65% polyester, 35% cotton
    • Lining: 100% polyamide
    • Filling: Supreme Microloft: 100% Polyester
    • Gender: Unisex
    • Concept: Polar/Outdoors
    • Weight (FJR): 1110 g in size s
    • Filling weight: 80 g in size s
    • Non Textile Parts of Animal Origin: Yes (Fjällräven logo on side, zipper pull)


    G-1000 fabric is a tightly woven combination of 65% cotton and 35% polyester, treated with Greenland Wax - a special formula of paraffin and beeswax made by a small family in the north of Sweden.
    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.

    To this day Fjällräven stays true to Åke's vision of offering functional equipment for journeys in the outdoors. Fjällräven develop environmentally friendly fabrics and co-operate with partners to improve the environment and support biodiversity.
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