Fjällräven Spring/Summer 2015

Founded in the 1960s and named as a direct translation of ‘artic fox’, Fjällräven continues to produce practical and durable pieces for outdoorsy types.

For spring/summer 2015, the Swedish brand brings us some of its classic items in fresh colour ways, along with a selection of new products designed for the modern-day adventurer.

First up is the label’s signature Greenland Jacket, which has been in production since 1968. This season we see it updated in a two-tone palette for the first time, incorporating tonal shades of ‘Cork’ and ‘Sand’, and crafted from G1000 durable waxed cotton.

A two-way zip, drawstring toggles and hem, and adjustable cuffs finish off the practical piece, along with the iconic Fjällräven logo on the sleeve.

Joining the line-up is the technical Abisko Hybrid Jacket, a new addition to the Fjällräven family. Available in ‘Campfire Yellow’, this lightweight outerwear piece is made from a fast drying material and comes complete with a G1000 Lite hood and shoulders.

We’re also treated to a khaki-coloured update of the label’s rugged Greenland backpack, which features an internal laptop compartment, padded shoulders and leather fastener for the contemporary commuter.

You can buy Fjällräven’s full spring/summer 2015 collection now at Not Addicted, with prices starting at £34 for T-shirts.

Fjällräven Spring/Summer 2015

Fjallraven Spring/Summer 2015

Fjallraven Spring/Summer 2015

Fjallraven Spring/Summer 2015

Fjallraven Spring/Summer 2015

Fjallraven Spring/Summer 2015

Fjallraven Spring/Summer 2015

Fjallraven Spring/Summer 2015

Fjallraven Spring/Summer 2015

Fjallraven Spring/Summer 2015