Icelandic company 66°North has released an anorak version of its popular Snaefell Parka this season. From the basic jacket, only the classic hood, the overall length, as well as the lining and outer material have been preserved. Everything else, including the type of insulation, has been changed. The Snaefell Anorak jacket is characterized by the manufacturer as a comfortable and warm jacket made from modern materials in a traditional style..
The outer layer of the jacket is made of a blend of 55% cotton, 27% polyurethane and 18% nylon, the lining of the jacket is 100% nylon. The overall water resistance of the jacket is not less than 5000 mm w.st. and vapor permeability to vapor permeability at the level of 5000 g / m² / 24 hours. Thermolite synthetic insulation is used as a thermal insulation layer, the density of the insulation is not specified.
The Snaefell Anorak cut includes a deep and padded hood with detachable fur, a high collar, a central zip fastening to the middle of the chest, loose sleeves with internal elastic cuffs, as well as adjustable drawstrings in the waist area and bottom hem of the jacket. The design includes three external pockets, two slash pockets for warming hands and one classic front pocket with an external flap.
The 66°North Snaefell Anorak Insulated Winter Jacket is only available in two color options, Charcoal Gray and Orange, and has a suggested retail price of $480.