|S||S||35.4 - 37||30.7 - 32.3|
|M||M||37 - 38.6||32.3 - 33.9|
|L||L||38.6 - 41.7||33.9 - 37|
|XL||XL||41.7 - 43.3||37 - 38.6|
|XL Extra Tall||2XL||43.3 - 46.5||38.6 - 41.7|
- Lightweight, strong G-1000 lite eco that effectively releases moisture When You are active
- Long zippers in the sides for extra ventilation and Easy putting on/taking off
- 65% Polyester, 35% Cotton
- Collar Style: Band
- No. 10
- Adjustable storm hood with stiff visor and incorporated wire
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- Product Dimensions : 5.08 x 5.08 x 5.08 cm; 400 Grams
- Date First Available : 14 July 2016
- Manufacturer : Fjällräven
- Item model number : F83270-Sand-XL
- ASIN : B01CV8J8N8
- Department : Men's
- Customer reviews:
The Anorak no.10 Jacket for men has been developed for high Activity levels and warm conditions and is made from lightweight, strong G-1000 lite eco with excellent ventilation, from recycled polyester and organic cotton. Reinforcements In G-1000 eco over the lower back and parts of the sleeves give extra durability where it is needed most. It is lighter and more packable that Anorak no. 8, at the same time as it protects against Scratches from branches and so on. Its spacious hood can be adjusted to fit the head perfectly And has a stiff brim with a sewn-in wire. The brim can be folded to either maximise protection from the wind or give more peripheral vision. It has a half-length zipper at the front with an external protective flap and a button at the Chin. Long zippers at the sides give extra ventilation and facilitate putting on/taking off. The zippered kangaroo pocket has room for gloves, sunscreen etc., and it has an inside pocket For a phone. The back of the waist can be adjusted with A draw-cord, and another draw cord Can Be used to adjust the lower hem. The cuffs have button adjustments.
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First the good; the fit is great. Shaped just enough to help movement with room in the chest, shoulders and arms for thick insulating layers underneath. The hood is protective without being in the way. The ripstop material is tough and quiet (unlike ripstop of old which was like a crisp packet). The poppers in the cuffs are ideally spaced and the sleeves can easily be rolled up to the elbow when needed (I still think velcro would be better though). The weather protection is what you'd expect, good wind resistance and "showerproof" whilst being fairly breathable (not as good as Paramo in this regard, but more robust). The pockets are well placed for stuffing your hands in but why oh why isn't there a kangaroo-type pocket??? and for the money, a couple of loops or D rings inside the pockets wouldn't hurt. The side zips help a bit with ventilation but they should be an inch or 2 further up into the armpit to work properly (like Buffalo and Paramo jackets). There's room in the panel to do it without getting in the way of rucksack straps, I can't understand why they didn't? Sadly, this means that what should be an all day jacket does need taking off sometimes. Luckily it's fairly packable.
Lastly, and the really unforgivable thing is the stitching, especially around the hanging loops. They're overstitched, not double stitched or reinforced and so they break away. It's an overhead jacket so you'll probably use the loops to pull the jacket off, which is when they'll break.
If you have this money to spend, you might want to save up for another month and look at the Keela equivalent. If you'd don't have the money, Ridgeline make a similar thing that I think is better designed. This should be an ideal lightweight, all-day, hardwearing jacket. It's constructed like a fashion accessory. Alright for dog walking though, if you keep the pockets done up to avoid things falling out.