Fjallraven Greenland No. 1 Special Edition Jacket - Men's

Fjallraven Greenland No. 1 Special Edition Jacket - Men's
Fjallraven Greenland No. 1 Special Edition Jacket - Men's
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Greenland No. 1 Special Edition Jacket - Men's by Fjallraven
Wear a piece of history that still holds its own in the modern world with the Greenland No. 1 Special Edition Jacket. The classic Greenland first debuted in 1968, and this reissue is true to the spirit and design of the original. The heart of this jacket is Fjallraven's signature G-1000 Eco fabric, which is a blend of 65% recycled polyester and 35% organic cotton. The highly durably fabric is tightly woven and then impregnated with a treatment of Greenland Wax, which gives it excellent wind and water resistance while still maintaining breathability. The fixed hood, zipper with button flap, and two hand pockets remain true to the original design, as well as the leather details on the shoulders and arms.

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