Make friends with winter

Posted by Jackson Delaney on

Despite the idea that Australia experiences consistent sunny weather and balmy winters, those who live here know that the winter season can bring a noticeable drop in temperatures, particularly in the southern regions and mountainous areas. From the snow capped peaks of Mount Hotham in the Victorian Alps to the frosty nights in Tasmania, it becomes essential to have a reliable and high-quality winter jacket to rely on.

When it comes to good quality winter gear, our Swedish design team have earned a reputation for producing exceptional outdoor clothing, including some iconic jackets. Fjällräven's commitment to sustainability and eco-conscious practices make our jackets not only functional but also environmentally responsible.

Depending on which style of jacket you are looking for, and the types of requirements you have, our range of jackets will have a style for you. 

Our Expedition range has been designed to withstand the coldest of temperatures, making them ideal companions for the Australian winter. Our trademarked, innovative G-Loft Supreme insulation material can be found in a range of jackets, combining the benefits of down and synthetic fibres, providing unbeatable warmth even in wet conditions. Whether you're exploring snowy mountain trails or navigating the bustling city streets on a chilly morning, these jackets will keep you snug and cozy.

Beyond functionality, Fjällräven jackets all boast a timeless and stylish design that effortlessly blends fashion with practicality. One of our most popular style the Nuuk Parka, seamlessly takes you from the slopes to the bar, an extremely durable design that has insulation and is waterproof with a detachable fur trim. 

Feel confident getting outside this winter with a jacket that has been engineered to withstand various weather conditions, including wind, rain, and snow, and ensure you stay comfortable and protected.

Prepare yourself for winter adventures by discovering more of our jacket range today.


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