Fjällräven Greenland Winter Jacket
Tried and tested since the 1970s, the Fjällräven Greenland Winter Jacket epitomises winter wear. The soft-teddy lining and weather resistant outer fabric makes for a jacket that is both hard-wearing and warm. This jacket will see you through a testing forest trek as well as the commute to work. The water-resistant outer fabric can be re-proofed using Greenland Wax, so it can stay durable for as many adventures as possible.
- Hard-wearing,ventilating and water resistant outer fabric
- Teddy-fleece lining
- Greenland wax can be used to re-proof
- Outer Material: G-1000 Eco: 65% recycled polyester, 35% organic cotton
- Lining: 100% polyester
- Filling: 100% polyester Supreme Microloft
The Greenland Winter Jacket is made from G-1000® Eco which is a robust and long-lived fabric made from 65% recycled polyester and 35% organic cotton. The recycled polyester comes from PET-bottles as well as second quality fabrics and fabric offcuts that are otherwise unusable. Recycling existing materials means a reduction in the use of raw materials, particularly those from non-renewable sources.
Fjallraven no decision is taken lightly. When considering a material Fjallraven will evaluate its efficiency, functional qualities, chemical composition and the amount they’ll need before making a choice. Fjallraven use a Preferred Materials And Fibres List that grades materials in terms of their impact on the environment. And this list is constantly updated, reflecting new research and new materials. In 2012 Fjallraven decided to switch to fluorocarbon-free impregnation throughout its full product range.
G-1000 is Fjallraven’s cornerstone material, made from recycled polyester and organic cotton. Fjallraven use it in everything from backpacks to jackets and trousers. It’s a densely woven fabric made from 65% polyester and 35% cotton and, by using Greenland Wax, it’s adaptable to a whole variety of different climactic conditions. So, with the right care this durable fabric will last for ages and join you on all kinds of adventures. The longer a garment lasts the more sustainable it becomes.