Stylish and Technical.

Whether you're enjoying fresh seafood and shopping in Bar Harbor on a gray, misty day or hiking granite seaside peaks despite rain, you'll be glad you brought along the protection of the Fjallraven Women's Ovik Eco-Shell Parka. Crafted from a burly waterproof fabric, this jacket features an adjustable hood with a laminated brim that keeps rain away from your face as you're taking in the sights. With a feminine fit and longer cut, the Ovik effortlessly blends style and performance whether you're in town or on the trail.

  • A parka-length jacket for everyday life in changeable weather
  • Stretchy Eco-Shell fabric stops wind and rain
  • Fixed, adjustable hood with laminated brim
  • Zippered pockets keep essentials secure
  • Drawcord adjustments at the waist and hem for a custom fit
  • Reviews
  • Q & A

Perfect for the PNW

  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
  • Fit: Runs large
  • Size Bought: Small

The Eco-Shell isn't a shell you'll see in brands other than Fjallraven but that doesn't mean you should be scarred of it. The Eco-Shell will keep you dry anywhere from Scandinavia to Porlandia. A waterproof rating above 20K mm is enough for a day's downpour and this one sits at 30K mm.

The fit of this jacket is loose with ability to cinch the waist. The small feels big, I felt I could have gone with an XS and my friend Em who is half a size smaller than me thought the XXS would be a fine fit. I don't know if I'd go that far.

I would wear this jacket on a day hike but not necessarily on a multiday trip -- for a multi day trip I'd snag the waist length Keb Eco-Shell.

What kind of lining does this have? Would this be warm enough during those dark, 35-degree rainy days in the PNW, or is this more of a spring/fall jacket?