Fjallraven Greenland Down Jacket - Men's

A burly down jacket tough enough for the tundra.

Fjallraven, a Swedish company, has been turning out quality outdoor goods since 1960; the Men's Greenland Down Jacket was introduced in 1968 as part of the tradition of tough, durable, and highly-functional gear built for cold and wet mountain climates. The G-1000 Original fabric has a weather-resistant wax treatment that makes the fabric virtually windproof and water-resistant, and that naturally repels mosquitoes and other insects. The Greenland is filled with 500-fill down for warmth and insulation that won't weigh you down, and this puffy features a 2-way zipper with placket cover and press buttons.

  • G-1000 Original fabric, wax-treated
  • 500-fill down
  • Regular fit
  • Insulated hood
  • 2-way zipper covered by placket and press buttons
  • Adjustable hem and sleeves
  • 2 bellow hand, 2 chest, 1 internal pockets
  • Reviews
  • Q & A

Winter family weekends

prompt at what temperature it is designed? at which the red I will not be cold?

This is great for cold & wet mountain temps, no specific temperature rating is given. What kind of activities are you looking to do?

Where is this coat made?

Hey Elizabete - This Greenland Down Jacket and most Fjallraven products are made primarily in China. Their Numbers collection (anything with a No. in the name) is nearly all made in Europe in small factories. Check out the Fjallraven Greenland No. 1 Down Jacket for example (Item #FJR001K). Feel free to contact me directly with any additional questions.

Kyle L. - Expert Gearhead

Runs large

  • Familiarity: I returned this product before using it
  • Fit: Runs large

I am 6'0" 180lbs with a 40/40 long suit size and the medium absolutely drowned me on all fronts: arms a bit too long, shoulders and chest very roomy. Granted, I preferred slim fitting/tailored items and I get the sense this parka is meant to allow layering. Overall, I really wanted to like the parka, but the fit just didn't work for me. Quality and style were top notch and I wish it had fit

I'm 6'0 and 210. Do you think a large would be too big?

Thank you for your prompt notice concerning your receipt of my returned parka and that it arrived "safe and sound". Much appreciated. Gerald Curtin.

Pauly, I bet the medium would work well depending on your arm length

I am 5'10'', 170 pounds. I live and work in AK and will use this jacket for dog mushing wearing appropriate layers underneath. Will the medium be too big, should i go with the small?