Fjallraven Polar Guide Insulated Parka - Men's

Fjallraven Polar Guide Insulated Parka - Men's
$599.95
Polar Guide Insulated Parka - Men's by Fjallraven
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Fjallraven Polar Guide Insulated Parka - Men's

The Fjallraven Polar is a 300km-long winter adventure across the Arctic tundra, where regular people are selected given they have the right knowledge and equipment to steer a dog sled all the way from Signaldalen, Norway to the forests around Jukkasjarvi, in the Swedish Lapland. This event is a chance for everyday people to discover how amazing outdoor life can be in the winter andto enjoy an adventure of a lifetime, but it's also a chance for Fjallraven's product developers to test their clothing and equipment in the toughest possible conditions: the subarctic wilderness. One such product that's been unanimously approved by the guides and dog mushers of the trip alike is the Men's Polar Guide Insulated Parka. A waterproof, winter parka for the most demanding conditions, the Polar Guide is a robust working piece that withstands close contact with excitable dogs and keeps warm through damp, cold weather and sub-zero temps. Hardwearing, water-resistant polyamide with a waterproof Hydratic membrane make up this parka's long-lasting winter weather protection, while G-1000 reinforcements on the shoulders, hood, pockets, and sleeves serve up tough-as-nails durability. Even when wet, the synthetic Supreme Microloft insulation delivers a cozy, furnace-like fit and feel, while the adjustable hood has a removable faux fur trim to allow customized style and protection. And if you're not traveling through the Arctic tundra, but just braving snowy city streets, the Polar Guide has a low-key style to fit in anywhere, and multiple pockets for easy access to any essentials you might want to bring along on your day out.

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