So Anorak’s are good then. But now many of you actually own a proper one?
So we’re clear, by a proper Anorak I with mean one with a massive front zip pocket for carting around strong mints, mini pork pies and other such calorific sustenance. It’s also common knowledge that a good Anorak should be made by a functional outdoor company (probably Scandinavian) who will ensure it’s windproof, water resistant and littered with technical jargon menswear peoples like me profess to comprehend. Then when you’re done with all that weather a proper Anorak should be able to fold itself into … itself? as if it were some kind of imploding streetwear sheath.
But we wouldn’t expect anything less from Fjallraven now would we.