Field Shield Waterproof

Description

Stretch waterproof – Tested in Antarctica.

The Amundsen Peak Anorak is our first anorak, which we have been perfecting over several years. It was first made for our Antarctic Expedition in 2011, and received it’s name as it protected us during the first ascent of Amundsen Peak.

The anorak is ideal for ski touring and expeditions small and big. The combination of stretch, waterproof and breathing capabilities ensures a combo of full protection combined with the comfort you need.

This anorak is a part of “The 3-Part Formula” which is a new and different concept for dressing up for the peak ride, skiing or mountain trip. 3-Part is an integrated system of anoraks / jackets, knickerbockers and gaiters. The concept came as a direct result of the entrepreneurs own expedition to Antarctica in 2011, where the clothes and the concept were tested in their proper element. The 3-Part Formula adapts to all weather conditions and provides extreme flexibility. This is simply an evolution of traditional clothes.

Get your Amundsen Peak Anorak today.

The Amundsen Peak Anorak was recently awarded “The Best Women’s Shell” by Outside Magazine Buyer’s Guide. 

  • Fits true to size

Water tight zippers
All seams are carefully sealed
Hood fitted for helmet with quick adjusters
Optional coyote fur on hood edge
Ventilation on sides also work as easy entry/exit
Big backpack friendly chest pocket for gaiters and skins.
Amundsen Peak patch on right upper arm
Snow-lock integration with knickerbocker
Utility pocket on left underarm
Velcro fastening on cuffs

Stretch 3-layer from  Schoeller Switzerland.
c_change membrane
20.000mm watercolumn
12% polyamide / 30% polyurethane / 58% polyester

Machine wash at 40˚C,
Do not bleach
Do not tumble dry
Cool iron
Dry cleaning
Very gently wet cleaning

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  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    Admin Trygve Markset

    Anorak that works for my cold fall strolls in the city, as well as my colder days on the ski mountain.

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  2. Rated 5 out of 5

    Ståle Onsøien (verified owner)

    Good adjustability, perfect hood, waterproof, solid and excellent ventilation opportunities.

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  3. Rated 5 out of 5

    Vegard

    I was looking for a jacket that could substitute both my old cotton anorak and my gore-tex jacket. After some research, my choice was the Amundsen Vidda jacket. Problem was that it was only available in XL in my local shop, but they stocked the Peak anorak in my size. Reluctantly, since I had dismissed it, I tried it on…and fell in love. The fit. The substance and the feel of the fabric. The simplicity, yet with meticulous detailing. It is impossible to convey this through words and pictures, it has to be experienced. For the last 6 months it has served me well from sea-level activities to the wet and windy highlands of western Norway. Highly recommended.

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  4. Rated 5 out of 5

    Marius

    Very nice jacket. Used the jacket a lot in the mountains, very comforteble. Perfect for downhill skiing. Breathing under the arms. Washed the jacket a few times, and it still looks as new.

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  5. Rated 5 out of 5

    Trond Haugland

    Great jacket with the adjustabillity and quality of fabric that you would expect, but beyond that I think the fit of the jacket is the most unique aspect of it. It has a slim athletic profile that keeps it out of the way when moving around without being restrictive.

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  6. Rated 5 out of 5

    Håkon Bauge

    Used it over hardangervidda national park in Norway. Must say it is the best jacket I’ve ever used when hiking for several days. Dried quickly and was really light and soundless. It looks good on so that’s a bonus.

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