Different sheep have different wool. Some are bred for thickness, others for fineness, some for extra durability, others for increased softness. Fjällräven gets its wool from a variety of sources to create products that cover a plethora of applications. Find out more about the differen wool qualities Fjällräven is using...
The best way to introduce the jackets and parkas of the Fjällräven Fall & Winter 2019 collection, is to outline the story of the first ever Fjällräven jacket. And to explain the best choice of jackets / parkas for this year’s Fall & Winter activities, the material guide below compares the different functionalities of outer materials and paddings.
Fjällräven’s fall & winter 2019 Everyday Outdoor Collection is bridging the gap between trekkers and urbanites. The intergration of clean, simple designs with durable, functional materials can take anyone from urban areas to natural surroundings in complete comfort. As always, Fjällräven’s high standards of sustainability are evident, and this season is no exception.
For the Fall & Winter 2019 season Fjällräven incorporates nature’s most gifted material – wool – into more products than ever and revisits its roots through new functional products made for traditional trekking. The Singi line has been revamped with recycled and organic materials as well as traceable wool. Successful trekking events like Fjällräven Classic lead the way far from motorways and online life, where the wilderness is waiting.
2020 sees the start of a long-term commitment to the expansion of the Fjällräven brand by offering no less than eight Fjällräven Classics across the globe.
Fjällräven’s new warm climate trekking trousers “Abisko Midsummer trousers” has been chosen from a long list of products as Gold Winner of the new “Outstanding Outdoor Awards 2019” at OutDoor by ISPO.
Being able to carry things - light or heavy, short distances or for days on end - while staying comfortable and moving freely, has been what any Fjällräven backpack is all about since the beginning in 1960. Today the Fjällräven range of daypacks has grown steadily and become famous for its functionality, reliability and comfort.
Fjällräven has been an acknowledged brand among hunters for over 50 years, simply because the clothes and equipment function so well during long days (and nights) in the outdoors. Today, the Fjällräven hunting range is designed specifically for the conscious hunter. Find out more about the innovations for Fall & Winter 2019.
From city to nature, Fjällräven’s products have always been about making getting outdoors easier and more comfortable. This is as true of their technical trekking trousers and backpacks and their mountaineering range as it is of their heritage products and everyday essentials. Any experience in nature – regardless of where and when – is to be cherished. And there are adventures to be had closer than you might think.
Trekking – that’s Fjällräven’s core. The new slimline Keb trekking backpacks are made for multi-day hikes and long-distance treks, like Fjällräven’s own event, Fjällräven Classic - which is now more global than ever before. And if you’ve ever wondered what waking up surrounded by nature feels like, Fjällräven’s rental project, Fjällräven Tent Nights, is just what you’re looking for.
Fjällräven is making their tents available to rent in selected stores for both shorter and longer trips into the wilderness. Not only is it a great opportunity to get people closer to nature, it is also an opportunity for people to try one of Fjällräven’s tents.
Bergshell is a brand new material innovation from Fjällräven. It’s made from 31% recycled nylon that’s certified by the Global Recycled Standard; thanks to a tpu laminate it’s waterproof to 10,000mm; and a state-of-the-art weaving technique means it’s incredibly abrasion- and tear-resistant.