The Fjallraven story started more than 60 years ago when a 14-year old named Ake Nordin began trekking in the mountains of his native northern Sweden. Eventually, Ake started to notice the backpacks of the time didn't bear loads well, and decided to build his own. Within a decade, Ake was creating backpacks under the name Fjallraven, which translates to Arctic Fox in Swedish. Today, Fjallraven backpacks, jackets, fleece and outdoor apparel are helping people discover and enjoy the great outdoors all over the w ... Learn more about Fjallravenorld. Choose Fjallraven packs and outdoor gear, and take your adventure to new heights. ... Less
Reviewed by Kym from Virginia on Monday, June 29, 2015
What an awesome deal for exceptional shorts! These are sturdy and we'll made. The stitching detail uses a professional number of stitches, not the sloppy long stitching of lesser quality shorts. If they had them in my size I would order more colors.
Reviewed by PAProf from PA on Sunday, June 28, 2015
I ordered this jacket as something different from the "typical" fleece jacket since it offers a blend of wool/fleece. First I would not say it is super thick. It is not as heavy as the Mountain Hardware Dual fleece nor my Ex Officio fleece jacket I purchased from Sierra. That being said I would say it is a mid weight fleece. It has a nice texture/feel that is different than a traditional fleece. It fits well and would not size down at all. I am athletic built 6'1 and 170 and a large fits me comfortably and is in fact a bit fitted through the body not loose and bulky. So keep that sizing in mind depending on your build. Zipper on left not a problem. I can see this jacket getting a lot of wear in the fall/spring. It is very good looking. Very pleased with purchase. It is a high quality jacket.
Cosmetic Blems or Irregulars. Minor cosmetic blemishes or slight irregularities
which do not affect the fit, performance, or longevity of the item. Label is
usually clipped or marked by the manufacturer. A small flaw means big savings.
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