Warm, stylish Anorak – perfect go-to jacket for skiing, camping, hiking, or just hanging around
- Velcro® closure at the neck
- Loose, easy to move, cut
- Proudly Made in the USA
- Velcro® adjustable sleeve cuffs
- Large kangaroo/hand warmer pocket
- Made from genuine military issue fabric
That perfect layering piece that you placed on your “Wish List” is right here. The John Ownbey Company read your mind and created a comfortable and lightweight pullover anorak parka. Plus, this anorak comes in a large, loose cut which perfectly fits over warmer layers while permitting a full range of motion. The fabric is first quality, military grade fabric. Plus, there is amazing attention paid to details such as the hood’s sturdy drawstring for easy adjustment to more fully cover your face. The large chest pocket zips closed, with a flap cover for a bit of extra protection. Plus, who doesn’t appreciate a generously large kangaroo pocket? It would sure come in handy when you’re going out on a hike and need to stash a few snacks and a mobile phone, wouldn’t it?
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material too light for my needs.
I was expecting a nylon blend or a heavier canvas material, but I am satisfied with the material, fit and construction. I did have to melt the paracord draw strings so they would not unravel any more. It has been cool enough for early morning wear hear in the dessert with just a t-shirt underneath. It rolls up nicely and I plan on carrying it in my back pack even in the summer. I am going to try a water repellent spray to make it useful in rain and wind scenarios.
Thanks for providing a great anorak, The design was good enough for Ernest Shackleton and still works today.
Received my order in a timely manner. Thanks
I purchased this to cover a Marmot down parka made with ultra light ripstop nylon fabric. It rips easily so this fabric is to protect the parka. It likely will.
On the down side the tan camouflage fabric has white Velcro. Looks very odd. Was tan not available? The single ply jacket feels cheap, a liner would be nice for a $70 jacket. Lastly, the zipper on the center pocket is junk. Easily replaced but make it with a decent zipper.