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Fjällräven Men's Keb Padded Hoodie - Deep Forest

$250.00

Lightweight and pliant reinforcement jacket with a fixed hood – the perfect insulation garment that slides easily under or over a shell jacket and that takes up almost no room in your pack when it is not being used. Made from stretchy polyester and padded with the new synthetic G-Loft Supreme that feels like down and has an exceptionally high insulating ability, even in wet conditions. The hood is well fitting and has a one-hand adjustment at the back. There are two open hand pockets and a zippered chest pocket on the left-hand side. On the right-hand side there is an open inside pocket in mesh. The front zipper is two way and there is elastic edging at the cuffs and hem.

  • Lightweight insulation jacket that can be worn as a mid layer or by itself.
  • Made from polyester with mechanical stretch and padded with G-Loft Supreme.
  • Two-way front zipper.
  • Snug-fitting hood with a one-hand adjustment at the back.
  • Small
  • Medium
  • Large
  • X-Large

JOSH RECOMMENDS

My winter jacket has always been a Patagonia Nano Puff Jacket. But I recently lost about 25 pounds and my old jacket didn’t fit me anymore. So since we started carrying Fjallraven, I thought I’d give this one a try. And it’s soooo good. I hate to make the whole review a compare and contrast to the Nano Puff, but this one feels so much lighter while maintaining all the warmth. It also is really “form fitting” which I know most guys don’t really care about. But a lot of insulated jackets look like massive baggy trash bags. The Keb Hoodie is tapered along the sides and the arms are cut a little smaller making it a much more natural fit that matches my body. Fjallraven has been around forever and use the best materials in everything they do. So really excited about this jacket and having this brand in the store.

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