Fjällräven wool keeps you warm and cosy

At Fjällräven, we have a deep appreciation for wool. Recognized as one of nature's most versatile materials, wool offers unparalleled functionality for travelers and outdoor enthusiasts. While it's well-known for its ability to provide warmth by trapping air between its fibers, wool is more than just an insulator—it's a sophisticated heat regulator, keeping you comfortable in various climates.

Wool's natural moisture-wicking properties ensure that you stay dry and fresh, even during strenuous activities like trekking. Bid farewell to unpleasant odors lingering in your clothes after a long day on the trails.

Moreover, thanks to the unique structure of its fibers, wool retains its insulating properties even when damp, offering reliable warmth and comfort. Whether you're facing chilly mornings or unexpected rain showers, wool clothing provides the perfect balance of protection and breathability.

At Fjällräven, we prioritize sustainability by utilizing a variety of wool types, including surplus wool from our Italian suppliers and locally sourced wool from Swedish sheep. By minimizing our environmental impact, we ensure that your outdoor adventures leave a positive mark on the planet.

Explore our range of warm and cozy wool clothing, crafted with durability and comfort in mind, and embark on your next adventure in style.


Ethically sourced, fully traceable

We’ve had fully traceable, ethically-sourced down in our products since 2014. In 2015 we started looking into how we could achieve the same in our wool chain too. Due to the way wool is commonly traded, it’s been extremely difficult to develop a fully-traceable global wool supply chain. But things are changing.

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Natural temperature control


To farm level, certified and audited

Mulesing free wool that is traceable to farm. Certified according to the ZQ standard including, animal welfare, environment (program for chemical use, land use etc.) social sustainability, economical sustainability and fiber quality. Audited every third year via a third party.

Pre and post-consumer recycled wool

Cutting spill from wool garment producers and worn out recycled garments. It’s Washed, sorted by colour, shredded and spun into new yarns.

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Carefully selected surplus wool

Mulesing free wool from sheep farmers’ seasonal sheering. Great quality wool that would otherwise mostly have been burned or gone to landfill. Selected and refined into a high quality material.

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From the farm Brattlandsgården in Åre, Sweden

Fjällräven’s own small scale, holistically managed wool project in the north of Sweden. Created to be a learning ground to acquire more knowledge about wool quality, the benefits of holistic farming and first-class craftmanship with the goal of making it applicable in our global supply chain.

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