Elevate your every day with a jacket that fuses functionality and style. For those seeking a versatile outer layer for everyday adventures, Fjällräven has you covered with their Vardag Anorak. This fantastic style coat comes in assorted bold, eye-catching block colour variants perfect for exploring the autumn hills, countryside, and city streets. Ideal for hikes, walks, mountain biking, and more, this versatile jacket is fantastic for layering with a side zipper and poppers for easy on/off, giving you plenty of room for midlayers. Packed with technical features to make the outdoors your autumn adventure oyster, discover why the Vardag Anorak is one of our go-to pieces this autumn.
A staple of much of Fjällräven’s equipment, the Vardag features G1000 fabric, a wonderfully breathable and lightweight blend of recycled polyester and organic cotton and part of our own Our Planet range. Like a softshell, the Vardag uses Fjällräven Greenland wax for a PFC-free water repellence finish that you can top up when needed. Durable, quick-drying, protective, and wind and water-resistant – it’s perfect for the fells, lakes, Scottish peaks, and more.
Adaptable to a wide range of activities, this jacket is full of technical features and ideal for any autumn adventure you have planned. The wide, deep hood has dual-sided adjustable toggles for the perfect, secure fit. Ensuring you keep the weather out and the warmth in. The long front zipper with buttons, adjustable stud button sleeves, and poppered side zipper allows adequate temperature venting, giving you breathability even on the gnarliest ascents without your hem flapping in the wind. Finally, we come to the pockets. Decked out with two large front pockets, the Vardag has plenty of room for all your accessories. The deep front pocket comes with two side zippers for cold hands and easy access, while the front stud closure hides a deep mesh kangaroo pocket ideal for a phone, wallet, keys, and maybe even a snack or two! Don't let the autumn showers win. Be prepared for anything with the Vardag.