Product features
  • Outer fabric in recycled polyester with PFC-free impregnation.
  • Lightly padded with ethically produced down.
  • Chest pocket with button and flap in G-1000 Eco.
  • Zippered hand pockets.
  • Inside pocket with zipper.
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Product description
Vests are true outdoor favourites – insulating where you need it and so packable that you won’t have to think twice before taking one along. Greenland Down Liner Vest is made from pliant recycled polyester and lightly padded with ethically produced down. Classic details like the chest pocket with flap give it a true Greenland feel. Perfect as a reinforcement garment to lengthen the season of your shell jacket or Greenland Jacket, and great by itself – over a shirt or sweater – on milder days.
Product specifications

Activities: Outdoor
Arm Length: sleeveless
CareInstructions: 40°C very mild process, wash separately, do not use fabric softener, do not dry clean, tumble dry at low temperature, iron at max. 110°C, do not bleach
Environmental Info: Recycled, Fluorocarbon-free impregnation, Traceable down
Family: Greenland
Filling: 80% goose down, 20% feather
Filling Weight: 95 g
Fillpower: 600 CUIN
Gender: Women’s
Inner Material: 100% polyester
Legal Notice: Contains non-textile elements of animal origin.
Material: 100% polyester
Material Name: Down
Weight: 300 g
Weight Reference: in size S

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Care & Repair

Extend the lifetime of your insulation garments

When it comes to lightweight natural warmth down is hard to beat. But like with some other natural insulation materials, it needs a bit of extra care to ensure it stays in tip-top condition and doesn’t lose any of its great warming qualities.
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Down

Never feel cold again

Exceptional warmth to weight ratio Exceptional warmth-to-weight ratio
 Ethically produced
 Fully traceable
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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.