Product features
  • Robust and warm in recycled wool.
  • Durable G-1000 Eco on the shoulders, hood, elbows and pockets.
  • Comfortable, warm pile-fleece lining.
  • Two chest pockets with flaps and buttons.
  • Two bellows pockets with flaps and side openings.
featured_image1
featured_image2
featured_image3
featured_image4
featured_image5
featured_image6
featured_image7
featured_image8
featured_image9
featured_image10
featured_image11
featured_image12
featured_image13
featured_image14
featured_image15
Product description
Wool has a long tradition of use in the outdoors, so why not use it for Fjällräven’s most iconic jacket? This warmer version of Greenland jacket is made from a fantastic fabric in recycled wool, with pile-fleece lining and reinforcements in G-1000 Eco for added warmth and durability. Perfect for everyday use and forest excursions during autumn and winter.
Product specifications

Activities: Outdoor
Arm Length: long sleeve
CareInstructions: 30°C very mild process, wash separately, do not use fabric softener, do not dry clean, do not tumble dry, iron at max. 110°C, do not bleach
Environmental Info: Organic, Recycled, Fluorocarbon-free impregnation
Family: Greenland
Filling: 100% polyester
G1000: Yes
Gender: Men’s
Inner Material: 100% polyester
Legal Notice: Contains non-textile elements of animal origin.
Material: 80% wool, 20% polyamide
Material Name: G-1000®, Wool, Re-Wool
Material2: 70% wool, 15% polyester, 10% polyamide, 5% other fibre. G-1000® Eco 65% polyester, 35% cotton
Weight: 1560 g
Weight Reference: in size M

Image not found

G-1000

Adaptable for a lifetime in nature

 Hardwearing  
 Customisable weather protection with Greenland Wax
 Ventilating
Read more
image of a person sitting on a wood bench wearing Fjallraven apparel

How to take care of wool

Extend the lifetime of your insulation garments

Wool is naturally hardwearing and odour resistant, but it does require some extra care to ensure it lasts a lifetime. You can find out how to take care of your wool garments in our care guide.
Read more
A man wearing Fjallraven apparel standing on a rock overlooking a town and bay

Greenland family

Iconic outdoor

It was a Scandinavian climbing expedition to Greenland in 1966 that symbolized the need of the 1960s for functional and durable outdoor clothing. Based on of the feedback of the expedition alpinist’s, the first Fjällräven jacket saw the light of the day.

Today, the Greenland family consists of a number of products that are all made in G-1000, all with details and characteristics from the original model of 1968.