The Anorak Jacket

Gender-Neutral
32 reviews
Regular price $325
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12 in stock

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First worn in the Arctic, Anoraks have an adventure-worthy history behind them. Ours are made at the ecologyst factory in Victoria, B.C. and designed from one of our favorite weatherproof fabrics. To avoid the typical synthetic materials waterproof outwear is known for, we opted for organic cotton Ventile® — famous for its hydrophobic qualities and perfect for that transition to spring activities. Ventile is also PFC and DWR-free, so you can go out adventuring knowing these harmful chemicals aren't in your anorak. 

This pull-on style with quarter-zip was put to the test in the Pacific North West, soggily known as the 'wet' coast. From blustery, foggy mornings to mid-afternoon sun showers, the Anorak will keep you dry. Features a front flap access pocket, adjustable hood, button cuffs, and a waist elastic toggle for an adjustable fit.

Female model is 5'9" and wears size Medium (Sage).
Male model is 6’1” and wears size Medium (Sage).

Female model is 5'9" and wears size Extra Small (Cinnamon). 
Male model is 6’1” and wears size Medium (Cinnamon).

Female model is 5'6" and wears size Small (Navy).
Male model is 6’3” and wears size Large (Navy).

Female model is 5'6" and wears size Small (Yellow).
Male model is 6’3” and wears size Large (Yellow).

The Anorak is made to be worn slightly oversized and boxy.
Made in Canada - sewn at our factory in Victoria, BC.

Our outerwear is highly durable and great for braving nature's elements. If you need to clean an outerwear item, here's how:

  • Spot clean or eco-dry clean only
  • Do not machine wash or dry
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D
09 Feb 2022
Dyanne
Canada Canada
  • How does this Gender-Neutral size fit you? SmallTrue To SizeLarge
  • What gender do you identify with for sizing? Women

Love the Anorak in cinnamon !

Received my order yesterday- I wore the Anorak (cinnamon) today with the 150 Dolman (mushroom), the 400 pullover (walnut) and the Sitka Camp Hat (Tan). Wasn’t sure if I’d be warm enough even though our temperature was less frigid than it has been of late (Brampton, Ontario). I was plenty warm - didn’t need the extra layer of the dolman tshirt at all! The large size was plenty roomy enough for layers underneath- I would usually take an XL or XXL (190lbs, 5’5”) Am so looking forward to using my Anorak regularly on my park walks - even looking forward to a rainy spring day to test it out under different conditions! Love to support Canadian businesses especially with your workplace and sustainability ethics - well done, Ecologyst! Customer Service was great, too - I had lots of questions prior to placing my order.

HE
04 Feb 2022
Hannah E.
Canada Canada
  • How does this Gender-Neutral size fit you? SmallTrue To SizeLarge
  • What gender do you identify with for sizing? Non-Binary

Best shell I have ever owned!

I am an outdoor educator, and so am always in search of the best gear that will keep me comfortable, dry, warm, and safe outside. I have been trying to slowly get away from synthetic materials, and towards organic fabrics, and this jacket has been a great addition to my gear. I originally bought it for winter expedition travel, where I would need something that was breathable, wind-proof, and big enough to layer under. This jacket outperformed when I tested it last week on a backcountry winter expedition in Algonquin Park (ON), pulling pulks and travelling on snowshoes. Unlike all of the other people on my trip who had Goretex shells, I never overheated as the jacket breathed like magic. We had very mild temperatures on one day with 2 feet of wet snow. I stayed dry and warm for the whole day, despite the outside of the jacket getting wet. When I got to camp and hung the jacket in the hot tent to dry, it dried out very fast! The fabric cut the wind nicely, and I was able to keep snacks and mitts in the kangaroo pouch. Lastly, I had no worries around our cooking fire with this jacket. Even with sparks flying, I knew that a spark would not melt or damage this jacket, unlike synthetic shells that I have burned my share of holes in. I am excited to continue wearing this throughout the winter as my shell on expedition trips in Algonquin Park. I also love the versatility of this shell, as I am sure that I will use it throughout all of the seasons! Thanks for making such a great jacket - I am so glad that I found Ecologyst!

JG
14 Dec 2021
james g.
Canada Canada
  • How does this Gender-Neutral size fit you? SmallTrue To SizeLarge
  • What gender do you identify with for sizing? Man

Great

Functional and looks good!

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01 Dec 2021
Dan
Canada Canada
  • How does this Gender-Neutral size fit you? SmallTrue To SizeLarge
  • What gender do you identify with for sizing? Man

Hyper terrific.

The quality and style of the anorak jacket.

For Nature

Whether you use our apparel for exploring nature or for nature’s well-being, we use sustainable, organic, and all-natural fibres so you can enjoy the power of nature to its fullest.

Made Here

We make all of our apparel in North America and actually make clothing at our HQ-Factory in Victoria, BC. Reducing waste and emissions while properly compensating the talented humans that make your goods.

Repairs For Life

Unlike fast fashion, we commit to longevity and take responsibility for everything we make. In the off-chance your gear does get a snag, we got you. Participating in ecologyst's lifetime repair program replaces the need to manufacture a new item - an 82% reduction in the carbon footprint.

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