ROAMER ANORAK MENSkr 2.799 Select options
OFF TRAIL RAIN JACKET MENSkr 3.499 Select options
AMUNDSEN PEAK ANORAK Menskr 4.999 Select options
UPLAND JACKET Menskr 3.999 Select options
5MILA JACKET Menskr 2.999 Select options
5MILA ANORAK Menskr 2.999 Select options
BREGUET JACKET Menskr 3.499 Select options
Vidda Jacket Menskr 6.499 Select options
Two Hummock Anorak Menskr 3.799 Select options
HEROES ANORAKkr 5.999 Select options
Harvester Overshirtkr 3.999 Select options
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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
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
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.