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Fjorm Men's Hydrophobic Down Jacket
$599.00
Fjorm
$599.00

Men's Hydrophobic Down Jacket

THE BENCHMARK. OUR WARMEST HYDROPHOBIC DOWN JACKET

NEW. 2024 LIMITED GLACIAL EDITION

Built in the name of one thing: warmth. A luxuriously padded goose down jacket and our homage to the beauty of Norway’s glacial landscapes and Jöttnar’s brutal arctic heritage.

We set no time or resource restraints when designing the new Fjorm. Its complexity makes it the longest to manufacture of all our garments, encompassing the most individual production steps, and requiring more individual construction specialists to build than any of our other down jackets.

Built to overcome extreme cold and punishing wind-chill, we’ve had it polar-proven by endurance athletes in Antarctica, the coldest continent on Earth.

Filled with an impressive 275g of hydrophobic 850 Fill Power goose down in a heat mapped box baffle body to create extra warmth where it’s really needed. Our down stays dry 10x longer than untreated down, meaning continued insulation even when damp. This new 2024 limited release sees further refinement of the hood for improved visibility and packability on and off the mountain, upgraded internal drawcord routing and a full performance fit upgrade for better articulation.

Wear as your permanent outer when stationary or when your work rate is lower, or slip on and off over your shell during stop/start activities to remove any chance of skin exposure from switching layers.

The limited edition new Vista colour is inspired by the captivating ice caves of Norway’s Nigardsbreen glacier, with the name Fjorm derived from the Élivágar, the Ice Rivers of Norse legend.

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Design & Construction

Usage

Mountain and outdoor sports where superior warmth is required

Fabric & Fill

850 Fill Power hydrophobic goose down

93/7 down/feather ratio

140g/m2 synthetic fill in cuff and collar

Windproof, 30 denier micro rip-stop nylon outer with durable water repellent finish

Fit

2024 edition with upgraded performance fit for better articulation

Scoop drop back hem

Logo

Embroidered chest and rear logos

Colours

Vista

Sizes

S, M, L, XL

Please click here to check your body measurements against our sizing charts

Features & Components

Hood

Down fill hood with aperture and rear cinch

2024 edition revised hood for improved visibility and packability on and off the mountain

Glove compatible adjusters

Helmet compatible

Cuffs

Technical stretch cuffs, lined with sueded tricot

Synthetic insulated cuff fill

Draw Cords

No-loop, anti-snag hem draw cords

Glove compatible

2024 edition revised internally routed hood draw cords

Pockets

Hand warmer and chest pockets with front-facing insulation

Two large internal mesh dump pockets for hat, gloves or ski skins

Internal and external chest pockets

Zips

YKK® VISLON® two-way front zip with internal baffle

YKK® hand pocket zips

YKK® internal valuables zip

Stuff Sack

Separate stuff sack included

Technical & Care

Weight

24.3 oz (men’s medium)

Fabric Weight

Synthetic weight: 140g/m²

Wash Care Instructions

Machine wash at 30°c - gentle wash

Do not dry clean

Do not iron

Tumble dry cool

Do Not Bleach

Customer Reviews

Based on 213 reviews
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Chris
True to Fjorm

As a relatively long-term afficionado of Jottnar and the proud owner of among other items, the wonderful Fenrir, I took the plunge on the Fjorm. Primarily to replace a style over substance North Face parker (neither overly waterproof, windproof or warm). It's main use intended to be cold South Coast days/nights, (whether a walk along the beach or a walk back from the pub!), sitting in a cold football/rugby stadium, watching my kids do sports at the weekend stood on cold sidelines, AND of course my skiing trips - not for the pistes (for which I use a Floyen under a hard shell) but for cold nights around town, or apre-ski.

As one might imagine, it copes with the South Coast walks incredibly well - probably too well. I certainly wouldn't use it for real exerting walks on the Downs. Once you generate a bit of heat it's going nowhere in the Fjorm! Caught out in a shower, again, it didn't seem to worry the Fjorm, it's thick enough to offer some protection, and the hydrophobic down keeps its shape, a good level of insulation and dries super quick.

A cold winter Saturday afternoon at Fratton Park or Twickenham? Fjorm laughs at the chill. If only Jottnar did some nice Fjorm based Boxers to keep your bum warm!

The real test was Chamonix in January with evening temps down to -6 and up at the Aguille du Midi around -16. The cold didn't even begin to make a dent (underneath I just had a T-shirt and a micro fleece). This is a jacket that wants to mother you and keep you cozy and warm - and succeeds admirably. I've been to Tromso and sub -25 degree temps, and I have little doubt Fjorm would just shrug and say "Is that all you've got?".

Like all Jottnar gear it's designed to look good - and does - whilst having the substance some other manufacturers fail on. Yes its expensive, and yes you can find similar looking jackets cheaper. But look at the detail and you can see where the price differential comes in. Indeed you can find equally or more expensive jackets without the attention to detail. You can really feel the quality with the Fjorm. And just those small things that show attention to detail like the small circular disc at the bottom of the zip that makes it easier to zip it up (hard to explain!).

As someone who generates a lot of heat, I probably won't use it as much as I'd like and the Fenrir gets almost daily use. If you live in colder climes than South Coast England or walk/climb in the Lakes or Cairngorms etc, I'm sure you can get a lot more use out of it.

On a final practical note, I'm 6ft with a post Xmas weight of touching 15 stone (now declining!) and the Large is perfect (as indeed it is with all my Jottnar gear).

Should also add, that (and those who have already bought Jottnar will probably know), customer service is excellent. Any questions are answered promptly and knowledgably.

Hi Chris

Thanks for such a detailed review. It's rewarding to have your feedback after the sweat and tears that go into developing and building the Fjorm. The Fjorm has been in our range since we started Jöttnar and many iterations and much testing later, we're delighted with its 2024 'Glacial' edition just released (Feb 24).

This from you resonates with me particularly, 'The real test was Chamonix in January with evening temps down to -6 and up at the Aguille du Midi around -16. The cold didn't even begin to make a dent'. Love your Tromso aside too - I HAVE been in Tromso at -25C and wish I that I could have had the Fjorm then!

Steve
Co-founder Jöttnar

C
Chris
True to Fjorm

As a relatively long-term afficionado of Jottnar and the proud owner of among other items, the wonderful Fenrir, I took the plunge on the Fjorm. Primarily to replace a style over substance North Face parker (neither overly waterproof, windproof or warm). It's main use intended to be cold South Coast days/nights, (whether a walk along the beach or a walk back from the pub!), sitting in a cold football/rugby stadium, watching my kids do sports at the weekend stood on cold sidelines, AND of course my skiing trips - not for the pistes (for which I use a Floyen under a hard shell) but for cold nights around town, or apre-ski.

As one might imagine, it copes with the South Coast walks incredibly well - probably too well. I certainly wouldn't use it for real exerting walks on the Downs. Once you generate a bit of heat it's going nowhere in the Fjorm! Caught out in a shower, again, it didn't seem to worry the Fjorm, it's thick enough to offer some protection, and the hydrophobic down keeps its shape, a good level of insulation and dries super quick.

A cold winter Saturday afternoon at Fratton Park or Twickenham? Fjorm laughs at the chill. If only Jottnar did some nice Fjorm based Boxers to keep your bum warm!

The real test was Chamonix in January with evening temps down to -6 and up at the Aguille du Midi around -16. The cold didn't even begin to make a dent (underneath I just had a T-shirt and a micro fleece). This is a jacket that wants to mother you and keep you cozy and warm - and succeeds admirably. I've been to Tromso and sub -25 degree temps, and I have little doubt Fjorm would just shrug and say "Is that all you've got?".

Like all Jottnar gear it's designed to look good - and does - whilst having the substance some other manufacturers fail on. Yes its expensive, and yes you can find similar looking jackets cheaper. But look at the detail and you can see where the price differential comes in. Indeed you can find equally or more expensive jackets without the attention to detail. You can really feel the quality with the Fjorm. And just those small things that show attention to detail like the small circular disc at the bottom of the zip that makes it easier to zip it up (hard to explain!).

As someone who generates a lot of heat, I probably won't use it as much as I'd like and the Fenrir gets almost daily use. If you live in colder climes than South Coast England or walk/climb in the Lakes or Cairngorms etc, I'm sure you can get a lot more use out of it.

On a final practical note, I'm 6ft with a post Xmas weight of touching 15 stone (now declining!) and the Large is perfect (as indeed it is with all my Jottnar gear).

Should also add, that (and those who have already bought Jottnar will probably know), customer service is excellent. Any questions are answered promptly and knowledgably.

Hi Chris

Thanks for such a detailed review. It's rewarding to have your feedback after the sweat and tears that go into developing and building the Fjorm. The Fjorm has been in our range since we started Jöttnar and many iterations and much testing later, we're delighted with its 2024 'Glacial' edition just released (Feb 24).

This from you resonates with me particularly, 'The real test was Chamonix in January with evening temps down to -6 and up at the Aguille du Midi around -16. The cold didn't even begin to make a dent'. Love your Tromso aside too - I HAVE been in Tromso at -25C and wish I that I could have had the Fjorm then!

Steve
Co-founder Jöttnar

C
Customer

Best jacket of this capability I’ve ever owned!

C
Customer

Best jacket of this capability I’ve ever owned!

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Richard
2 reviews in 1 really...

I have this fjorm jacket and also the asta gilet, both items are fantastic. The fjorm jacket is a lovely fit and keeps shape very well. I have had both for over a year now so as to give an honest review based on being used for at least one winter season. The gilet is my go to jacket for pretty much everything throughout the year that doesn't involve longevity in hills, heavy rain, mountains or stints in colder weather and is perfect for pottering around in, going out for walks if the weather is kind or just going to the pub. The fjorm jacket is perfect for colder activities and days. The hood is great and well insulated and also keeps shape, and neither have lost any down over time. The only slight issue I have with the fjorm jacket is that when the hood is up, the lapel in front of the chin/mouth can be irritating until you've found a way of moving it somewhere out of the way. But that is a small gripe, although in really cold temperatures way below zero I'm not sure if this would cause cold air to get in. But for me, it's been a fantastic investment. As has the gilet.

Customer Reviews

Based on 213 reviews
92%
(197)
6%
(13)
0%
(1)
0%
(0)
1%
(2)
C
Chris
True to Fjorm

As a relatively long-term afficionado of Jottnar and the proud owner of among other items, the wonderful Fenrir, I took the plunge on the Fjorm. Primarily to replace a style over substance North Face parker (neither overly waterproof, windproof or warm). It's main use intended to be cold South Coast days/nights, (whether a walk along the beach or a walk back from the pub!), sitting in a cold football/rugby stadium, watching my kids do sports at the weekend stood on cold sidelines, AND of course my skiing trips - not for the pistes (for which I use a Floyen under a hard shell) but for cold nights around town, or apre-ski.

As one might imagine, it copes with the South Coast walks incredibly well - probably too well. I certainly wouldn't use it for real exerting walks on the Downs. Once you generate a bit of heat it's going nowhere in the Fjorm! Caught out in a shower, again, it didn't seem to worry the Fjorm, it's thick enough to offer some protection, and the hydrophobic down keeps its shape, a good level of insulation and dries super quick.

A cold winter Saturday afternoon at Fratton Park or Twickenham? Fjorm laughs at the chill. If only Jottnar did some nice Fjorm based Boxers to keep your bum warm!

The real test was Chamonix in January with evening temps down to -6 and up at the Aguille du Midi around -16. The cold didn't even begin to make a dent (underneath I just had a T-shirt and a micro fleece). This is a jacket that wants to mother you and keep you cozy and warm - and succeeds admirably. I've been to Tromso and sub -25 degree temps, and I have little doubt Fjorm would just shrug and say "Is that all you've got?".

Like all Jottnar gear it's designed to look good - and does - whilst having the substance some other manufacturers fail on. Yes its expensive, and yes you can find similar looking jackets cheaper. But look at the detail and you can see where the price differential comes in. Indeed you can find equally or more expensive jackets without the attention to detail. You can really feel the quality with the Fjorm. And just those small things that show attention to detail like the small circular disc at the bottom of the zip that makes it easier to zip it up (hard to explain!).

As someone who generates a lot of heat, I probably won't use it as much as I'd like and the Fenrir gets almost daily use. If you live in colder climes than South Coast England or walk/climb in the Lakes or Cairngorms etc, I'm sure you can get a lot more use out of it.

On a final practical note, I'm 6ft with a post Xmas weight of touching 15 stone (now declining!) and the Large is perfect (as indeed it is with all my Jottnar gear).

Should also add, that (and those who have already bought Jottnar will probably know), customer service is excellent. Any questions are answered promptly and knowledgably.

Hi Chris

Thanks for such a detailed review. It's rewarding to have your feedback after the sweat and tears that go into developing and building the Fjorm. The Fjorm has been in our range since we started Jöttnar and many iterations and much testing later, we're delighted with its 2024 'Glacial' edition just released (Feb 24).

This from you resonates with me particularly, 'The real test was Chamonix in January with evening temps down to -6 and up at the Aguille du Midi around -16. The cold didn't even begin to make a dent'. Love your Tromso aside too - I HAVE been in Tromso at -25C and wish I that I could have had the Fjorm then!

Steve
Co-founder Jöttnar

C
Chris
True to Fjorm

As a relatively long-term afficionado of Jottnar and the proud owner of among other items, the wonderful Fenrir, I took the plunge on the Fjorm. Primarily to replace a style over substance North Face parker (neither overly waterproof, windproof or warm). It's main use intended to be cold South Coast days/nights, (whether a walk along the beach or a walk back from the pub!), sitting in a cold football/rugby stadium, watching my kids do sports at the weekend stood on cold sidelines, AND of course my skiing trips - not for the pistes (for which I use a Floyen under a hard shell) but for cold nights around town, or apre-ski.

As one might imagine, it copes with the South Coast walks incredibly well - probably too well. I certainly wouldn't use it for real exerting walks on the Downs. Once you generate a bit of heat it's going nowhere in the Fjorm! Caught out in a shower, again, it didn't seem to worry the Fjorm, it's thick enough to offer some protection, and the hydrophobic down keeps its shape, a good level of insulation and dries super quick.

A cold winter Saturday afternoon at Fratton Park or Twickenham? Fjorm laughs at the chill. If only Jottnar did some nice Fjorm based Boxers to keep your bum warm!

The real test was Chamonix in January with evening temps down to -6 and up at the Aguille du Midi around -16. The cold didn't even begin to make a dent (underneath I just had a T-shirt and a micro fleece). This is a jacket that wants to mother you and keep you cozy and warm - and succeeds admirably. I've been to Tromso and sub -25 degree temps, and I have little doubt Fjorm would just shrug and say "Is that all you've got?".

Like all Jottnar gear it's designed to look good - and does - whilst having the substance some other manufacturers fail on. Yes its expensive, and yes you can find similar looking jackets cheaper. But look at the detail and you can see where the price differential comes in. Indeed you can find equally or more expensive jackets without the attention to detail. You can really feel the quality with the Fjorm. And just those small things that show attention to detail like the small circular disc at the bottom of the zip that makes it easier to zip it up (hard to explain!).

As someone who generates a lot of heat, I probably won't use it as much as I'd like and the Fenrir gets almost daily use. If you live in colder climes than South Coast England or walk/climb in the Lakes or Cairngorms etc, I'm sure you can get a lot more use out of it.

On a final practical note, I'm 6ft with a post Xmas weight of touching 15 stone (now declining!) and the Large is perfect (as indeed it is with all my Jottnar gear).

Should also add, that (and those who have already bought Jottnar will probably know), customer service is excellent. Any questions are answered promptly and knowledgably.

Hi Chris

Thanks for such a detailed review. It's rewarding to have your feedback after the sweat and tears that go into developing and building the Fjorm. The Fjorm has been in our range since we started Jöttnar and many iterations and much testing later, we're delighted with its 2024 'Glacial' edition just released (Feb 24).

This from you resonates with me particularly, 'The real test was Chamonix in January with evening temps down to -6 and up at the Aguille du Midi around -16. The cold didn't even begin to make a dent'. Love your Tromso aside too - I HAVE been in Tromso at -25C and wish I that I could have had the Fjorm then!

Steve
Co-founder Jöttnar

C
Customer

Best jacket of this capability I’ve ever owned!

C
Customer

Best jacket of this capability I’ve ever owned!

R
Richard
2 reviews in 1 really...

I have this fjorm jacket and also the asta gilet, both items are fantastic. The fjorm jacket is a lovely fit and keeps shape very well. I have had both for over a year now so as to give an honest review based on being used for at least one winter season. The gilet is my go to jacket for pretty much everything throughout the year that doesn't involve longevity in hills, heavy rain, mountains or stints in colder weather and is perfect for pottering around in, going out for walks if the weather is kind or just going to the pub. The fjorm jacket is perfect for colder activities and days. The hood is great and well insulated and also keeps shape, and neither have lost any down over time. The only slight issue I have with the fjorm jacket is that when the hood is up, the lapel in front of the chin/mouth can be irritating until you've found a way of moving it somewhere out of the way. But that is a small gripe, although in really cold temperatures way below zero I'm not sure if this would cause cold air to get in. But for me, it's been a fantastic investment. As has the gilet.

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