Re-Kånken: The Most Sustainable Kånken So Far
G-Loft Supreme is Fjällräven’s new synthetic padding with an exceptionally high insulating capacity, even in wet conditions. The material was developed exclusively for Fjällräven by insulation experts at Goldeck Textil in Austria.
G-1000 and Greenland Wax; How to wax your hybrid trousers
Our Down Promise
We have been making down products for more than 40 years. We are known throughout the world for only using down of the highest quality. When you buy a down product from Fjällräven you can be 100% sure that the down we use is the result of a process that takes the greatest possible care of the birds’ wellbeing.
Save the Arctic fox
Our responsibility: The Fjällräven Way
The Fjällräven Way is a guidance tool for our sustainability work, where we have chosen the compass as a symbol to show us the way.
With G-1000 you will be prepared for adventures in all climates, from the tropics to the polar caps. It can withstand many years of tough use far from the beaten path. The fact that G-1000 is adaptable makes it arguably one of the best outdoor fabrics on the market.
Eco-Shell is our wind and waterproof shell fabric that also meets high environmental standards. It is breathable and will keep you dry and comfortable even in the toughest weather conditions.
Products in the Keb family are developed for technical trekking with an emphasis on freedom of movement and optimised fabric functionality.
With the Numbers Series we have brought to life an idea about state of the art outdoor clothing. All materials and details have been carefully selected to minimize environmental impact and to ensure that the garments will withstand many long journeys into in the wilderness.
With classic styles inspired by our origins, Övik products function just as well on the trail as in town after a hike.
The Sarek family reflects our long tradition of developing durable and functional clothing and equipment for trekking in Scandinavian conditions. The collection has taken its name from the much-talked-about wilderness that is Sweden’s second largest national park.
Abisko Family - Lightweight trekking
Products in the Abisko family are developed for lighter day hikes and cabin-to-cabin trekking, in both Scandinavia and other countries around the globe.
Fjällräven Abisko an versatile and convenient lightweight trekking backpack in a new and updated version.
Simple, robust trekking backpacks with tried-and-tested features.
Simple, unembellished, durable and overflowing with functions. With several innovative and unique solutions, Kajka is packed with versatile functionality.
Keb Down Jacket
Light and warm down jacket that takes little space when it is packed. Adjustable hood, security braces and large hand pockets.
Keb Gaiter Trousers
Advanced trekking trousers with a smart gaiter function. Made from stretch fabric, G-1000 Eco and G-1000 HD with optimised fit, ventilation and pockets.
Warm winter parka with synthetic lining that effectively keeps out the wind, rain and winter temperatures. Many practical pockets, a detachable fleece-lined hood and artificial fur edging.
How to handle a gasoline stove: The Man in the Fjällräven Shirt
In cold and demanding situations a multi-fuel stove will be your best choice. Our outdoor expert Johan Skullman gives you some practical tips on how to best handle this kind of stove.
How to keep nature clean: The Man in the Fjällräven Shirt
Take care of the nature! The Man in the Fjällräven Shirt gives you some good tips on how to keep the nature clean.
Amazing scenery from Fjällräven Classic
How to pack for cabin-to-cabin: The man in the Fjällräven shirt
The man in the Fjällräven shirt shows how to pack for a cabin-to-cabin trek.
How to sleep more comfortably in the outdoors: The Man in the Fjällräven Shirt
How to stay safe if you get lost: The Man in the Fjällräven Shirt
Johan Skullman, the man in the Fjällräven shirt, shows how to stay safe if you get lost.
Fjallraven Fall 2014 Commerical
Produced for Fjallraven USA in conjunction with Chris Burkard and Michael Paul Jones. Narration by Graham Tracey.