First worn in the Arctic, Anoraks have an adventure-worthy history behind them. Ours is designed from one of our favourite weatherproof fabrics—organic cotton Ventile. A pull-on style with a hood to keep you dry, a velcroed kangaroo pocket, and our tree logo embroidered on the front.
- Pullover style anorak
- 100% organic cotton water-resistant Ventile
- 200 GSM plain weave
- Raglan sleeves
- Tree logo embroidery on left chest
- 1/3 length front waterproof zipper
- Kangaroo front pocket with Velcro closure
- Elastic and Velcro adjustable cuffs
- Adjustable elastic cord hem and hood with cordlock
- Curved back hem
The Anorak is made to be worn slightly oversized and boxy.
Kaleeka our female model is wearing a Medium as she likes to layer warmer base pieces under her Anorak.
Eddie our male model is also wearing a Medium for a more true fit.
100% organic cotton Ventile. This textile was developed in Great Britain to keep their fighter pilots dry during The Second World War if they were shot down above the Atlantic Ocean. Ventile is now milled, dyed and finished in Switzerland.
Made in Canada, at the ecologyst factory in Victoria, British Columbia.
Take responsibility for your garments to extend the life-cycle.
- Only wash when necessary
- Machine wash on a gentle cycle, in cold water with like colours
- Use biodegradable soap or detergent
- Avoid harmful bleaches or softeners
- Hang to dry
Made to last. We make quality goods that stand up in the wild. Wear and tear are inevitable, so we offer a repair program to keep your gear going strong.
If the zipper on your hoody isn't working quite right, or a button comes loose—we have you covered. Reach out to our team to set up your gear repair at firstname.lastname@example.org. A typical repair takes about two weeks.
We’ll happily exchange, refund or offer store credit for any goods that are not up to snuff. If something’s up, please come see us or get in touch. We want you to love what you’ve got and wear it for a lifetime.
What We Can Fix: Loose threads, hems or buttons and zippers that are acting funny
What We Can’t Fix: Damage through accident, misuse, or wear over a product’s practical lifespan. Spills and stains