WARMTH FOR MULTIPLE SCENARIOS
The Fjorm’s lighter sibling, designed for weight saving without compromising on features. The Fenrir is still stuffed with great warmth for weight 850 Fill Power goose down, in a premium 93/7 down/feather ratio. Our water-repellent down from DownTek™ stays dry 10x longer than untreated down. Unlike inferior versions, our water repellency won’t wash out and is free of harmful fluorocarbons. Our ethical approach to down sourcing complies with the Responsible Down Standard.
A water repellent rip-stop face fabric resists the wet, and potential moisture zones at the cuffs, hem and collar contain synthetic insulation. The Fenrir also features a cinched hood, stretch technical cuffs, and is supplied with its own stuff sack for easy carriage.Buy Now
Internal zipped pocket sized to take phones, keys and maps.
The Fenrir has a great warmth to weight ratio enabled by its unusually high fill power down and stuffs down small into its own compression sack.
LEAVE GLOVES ON
Stretch cuffs mean no removing gloves to put your jacket on – bulky gloves just push right through and seal.
Anti-snag hem cords discourage tangling with gear, a problem with outdated loop cords.
Design & Construction
Fabric & Fill
850 Fill Power hydrophobic goose down
93/7 down/feather ratio
120g/m2 synthetic fill in cuffs and neck
Windproof, micro rip-stop, nylon with water repellent finish. 30 denier.
Standard fit allows light layering underneath
Scoop drop back hem
Embroidered chest and rear logos
Aegean Blue, Black, Dark Ink, Oat
S, M, L, XL
Features & Components
Elasticated own-stuffed hood with rear cinch
Technical stretch cuffs
Synthetic insulated cuff fill
No loop, anti-snag hem draw cords. Glove compatible.
Harness and rucksack compatible hand warmer pockets. Front facing insulation.
One internal valuables pocket
YKK® front zip with internal baffle
YKK® hand pocket zips
YKK® internal valuables zip
Separate stuff sack included
300g / 10.6 oz. (men’s medium)
Synthetic weight: 100g/m²
"Only since investing in true outdoor, tech clothing I realised what a major difference it can have. The materials are better quality, warmer, more manoeuvrable, actually water-proof and look great. I no longer have the cheap inferior skiwear and therefore when comparing the cost per wear between the two you'll actually find that by investing a little bit more money in the right clothing, in the mid to long-term you'll actually be better off financially."
"The overall performance in damp weather has exceeded expectations in conditions that are traditionally a weak area for down."
I love this jacket. It is lightweight, compact, water repellent and looks great on. Overall, the Fenrir has a simple but effective design.