Here you will find a great selection of anoraks and jackets that are suitable for activities in the winter season! Whether the anorak or jacket is to be used as a warming surface or a protecting piece, or just a dot on the outfit, we have what you need.
One reason: The large easy access chest pocket.
This is what Jørgen keeps in his chest pocket while crossing the Hardangervidda on Expedition.
1 – Map You should never rely just on your GPS.
2 – Compass Your most important safety tool.
3 – GPS Quick and accurate navigation.
4 – Cell phone Important communication safety tool.
5 – Skins Don’t be lazy – take the time to take them on and off when needed.
6 – Sunglasses The sun can be extremely strong in the heights – important to protect the eyes at all time.
7 – Tobacco Or other fixes for bad habits.
8 – Polishing cloth Convenient for wet days.
9 – Cork Make sure the wax lasts longer.
10 – Chocolate Quick energy – and Norwegian chocolate tastes damn good.
11 – Nuts Keeps you going the extra mile.
12 – Food pack When old – it can be nice to move while eating.
13 – Flashlight Essential safety.
14 – Matches Make a fire? Or simply light your cigarette.
15 – Multi tool Equipment will need fixing or modification in the field – and you cannot take your full tool case.
16 – Coins You’re glad you have some coins should you pass a hut offering a coke or beer.
17 – Ski wax Essential.
18 – Sunscreen The sun can be really strong in the heights – protect your face.
19 – Knife The multi tool does not replace the good old knife.