The unofficial birth year of Fjällräven is 1950. That’s when 14-year-old Åke Nordin, in preparing for a trek across the mountains of northern Sweden, realized that all the backpacks then available on the market had a nasty tendency of bunching up and riding too low. Nordin’s solution: construct a wooden frame that more evenly distributed weight and improved comfort. Ten years later, the ingenuity that lead Nordin to design his first frame — a modified version of which is now standard throughout the industry — lead him to officially found Fjällräven. Named after the Arctic fox, Fjällräven designs weatherproof jackets and performance trousers for outdoor adventures as well as shirts, sweaters, women’s shorts, and other clothes for days in the city. Every item reflects the company’s commitment to innovative design, smart functionality, and durable materials, and is as stylish as it is useful.
Once in a great while, we wind up with some items that haven't found their way to a good home. It’s tragic, we know. But don't worry, there’s a silver lining. We’re offering them to you — at steeper-than-ever discounts — so we can make way for new gear. We’ve only got a few of each item in stock, so move fast.
It's nice to give and nicer when you've got the goods to give. We've trawled our men's site for the menswear and accessories your S.O. will love, and love you for getting him. Gift wrap it or slip it surreptitiously into his closet, either way, he'll be thankful and look better thanking you.
Hit the slopes in style with this fabulously toasty assortment of gear, including everything from waterproof hoodies and ski pants to warm, woolen undergarments. The après-ski selection is no less appealing, with layer-ready tops, wool sweaters, and more.
With frosty weather in full force, it’s time to stock up on chic, winter-ready toppers for yourself and everyone on your list. The avant-garde cuts, eclectic fabrics, and artful details that define the sleek, modern picks in this sale are guaranteed to be the stars of the coat check. What’s not to love?