Fjallraven Canada Shirt
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Fjallraven's Canada Shirt: Classic Heavy Duty Wool Blend Comfort
The classic Canada Shirt from fjallraven, designed to provide warmth on moutain treks and daily cold weather outings. Robust, warm shirt in flannel made with recycled wool. The shirt combines the warmth of wool with the durability of synthetic fibres. Details in G-1000 Eco on the inside of the collar, cuffs, pocket flaps and front opening.
- Heavy wool shirt with G-1000® Original details inside collar and pockets.
- Combines the exceptional warming properties of fine wool with the strength of synthetic fibers.
- Doubles as a heavier layered shirt on cold days or as a stand along on fall days.
- Robust construction, considered details, designed to be yours for many years to come
Made from Recycled Wool
Staying true to their commitment to sustainable practices, fjallraven constructs the durable Canada shirt from cutting spill from wool garment producers and worn out recycled garments. It’s washed, sorted by color, shredded, and spun into new yarn.
Details & Specifications
1.3lb (600g) in size M
No (wool is naturally hydrophobic)
Wool is naturally wicking and breathable
|Center Back Length||
(2) Buttoned chest pockets
Constructed with recycled wool
G-1000® Original: 65% polyester, 35% cotton
|Warm and soft with a flannel and recycled wool blend
||Easy access front pockets
|Can be worn as a midlayer in winter or as a jacket on cool fall days
||Water resistant and windproof|
|Activity||About Town, Backcountry Skiing, Mountain Trekking/Hiking, Mountaineering, Camping|
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Fjallraven doesn’t chase short-term goals, follow trends or compromise on quality. They believe our future and the future of nature are intertwined. Our favorite quote from Fjallraven - "We don’t conquer mountains, tame rivers or beat the weather. We go slowly. We tread carefully. We always cherish the visit and we leave longing to return."