Fjallraven Expedition Pack Down Hoodie - Women's
Keep warm on all your winter adventures
As part of Fjallraven's 1974 Expedition Series the Expedition Pack Down Hoodie focuses on keeping you warm without adding weight during your winter activities.
Designed with 700 in3 of fill power and 100g of fill weight means you stay cozy and comfortable without bulk making it a perfect midlayer under a shell on those extra cold days. Extremely lightweight and flexible, it's compact enough to be worn under a insulated jacket for maximum protection in the coldest of conditions.
Designed with you and the environment in mind
An adjustable hood with easy grip tabs, channel quilting and reinforced shoulders are just a few of he details that make this an iconic jacket. Need to travel? No problem as it conveniently packs into it's own pocket!
Deep front pockets and one inner pocket provide storgage and warmth while ethically sourced down and recycled materials continue to meet Fjallraven's committment to the environment.
Details & Specifications
No - Water resistant
Goose down, feather
(2) Deep zippered front hand pockets
Fill Power: 700in3
Shell: 100% Polyamide
|Full hood with drawcord for customized fit with our without hats
||Channel stitched insulation
|Fill power: 700 Cubic Inches
||Fill weight: 100g
|Shoulders reinforced with synthetic insulation
||Drawcord adjustable hood and jacket bottom for custom fit
|Activity||About Town, Backcountry Skiing, Lift-Based Skiing, Mountain Trekking/Hiking, Mountaineering, Snowboarding|
|Equipment Type||Insulating Layer|
|Gear Category||Insulators, Jackets|
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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."