Sustainably produced, foul weather anorak
Shell constructed of 100% recycled nylon, including reclaimed nylon fishing nets
DWR treatment and taped seams for water resistance
MarinoWul+ is an incredibly soft, moisture-wicking, breathable, temperature-regulating fiber made from recycled plastic bottles and “nanoized” oyster shells
5-7 plastic bottles are recycled for each garment
10% stronger than wool
OutSmart® Fresh treatment for odor control and less laundry
Half-zips on the side-seams and center-front for easy on/off
Mechanical stretch for all-day comfort
Since Inuits first donned sealskin pullovers to kayak frigid arctic waters, the anorak has been a reliable staple for keeping warm and dry. Using sustainable materials, we’ve transformed the traditional anorak into the ultimate Orvis foul weather gear. The shell, in khaki and burnt orange colorblock, is constructed of 100% recycled nylon, the majority from reclaimed nylon fishing nets. With a highly effective DWR (durable water repellent) treatment, rain shakes right off the shell. Taped seams keep water from seeping inside. Our exclusive Orvis plaid lining and the 60g insulation both use our moisture-wicking, breathable, temperature-regulating, and bluesign™-certified MarinoWul+ (made from recycled plastic bottles and reclaimed oyster shells) to provide comfortable warmth. Mechanical stretch in the fabric and half-zips on the side-seams and center-front make our anorak easy to pull on and off. OutSmart® Fresh treatment for odor control and less laundry. Active fit. In field khaki.
Shell: recycled nylon fishing net/recycled nylon. Lining: cotton/recycled polyester/spandex. Washable. Imported.
Sizes M(38-40), L(42-44), XL(46-48), XXL(50-52).