Fjallraven Luhkka Jacket - Women's

Fjallraven Luhkka Jacket - Women's
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Luhkka Jacket - Women's by Fjallraven
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Fjallraven Luhkka Jacket - Women's

You don't herd reindeer but you do play outside in wintry weather. The Fjallraven Women's Luhkka Jacket won't let you fly through the air or give you a butler named Alfred Pennyworth, but it will keep you warm whether you wear it alone or over another jacket when the lines on the thermometer don't go low enough. Instead a traditional jacket design, the Luhkka is actually a cape, but no superpowers are included. Made from G1000 fabric treated with Greenland wax, the outer fabric will resist sprinkles and intrusive gusts of wind, at least from the front. Fjallroven's own Supreme Micro Loft synthetic insulation provides warmth without weight. Supreme Micro Loft is a blend of thin and slightly thicker microfibers coated in silicon. The variety in the microfibers creates pockets of air in the same way down clusters create a matrix of air pockets. Air pockets create an invisible boundary between the cold air outside and the warm air surrounding your body, so the warm air stays where you want it--around you. Because the Luhkka is a cape, you can wear it as your only jacket, or throw it over a hoodless jacket for an extra layer of warmth. Large kangaroo pockets hold your cell phone and your toddler's toys, and a zippered chest pocket keeps cash and kiddie snacks safe. The Luhkka has a hood with a removable faux fur lining and a half-zip neck, so you can customize the jacket to fit the weather. Buttons at the wrists keep this cape from flapping away with you in it. You can't fly, but you can flap your wings freely and stay warm while wearing the Luhkka.

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