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Greenland Jacket - Men's

4.125 out of 5 stars
16 Reviews
Color:Mountain Blue


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Why We Like The Fjallraven Greenland Jacket

"For reliable weather protection and a truly classic Nordic look, zip up the Fjallraven Men's Greenland Jacket. The burly G-1000 fabric blends vintage feel with modern performance while the dual hand and chest pockets provide ample storage space for all your daily essentials."


  • Classic outdoor jacket with a traditional heritage
  • G-1000 double-layer fabric is highly durable
  • Waxed exterior adds versatile protection from the elements
  • Adjustment around hood secures coverage
  • Item #FJR00I6
65% polyester, 35% cotton
Center Back Length
2 buttoned chest, 2 buttoned hands (zippered sides)
Claimed Weight
1lb 10.5oz
Manufacturer Warranty
1 year

Overall Rating

4 based on 16 ratings

Review Summary

1 Stars - 2 reviews
2 Stars - 0 reviews
3 Stars - 1 reviews
4 Stars - 4 reviews
5 Stars - 9 reviews

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4 out of 5 stars

May 14, 2024

Great jacket, but poor redesign

One of the classic bits of outdoor kit, but a disappointing redesign. I own 7 Fjallraven jackets including the previous gen Greenland and the new one is good but has a strange tight hem. I've never known a jacket fit so tight at the hem. It's the same size as all my others, but an odd fit. The hood redesign is poor too - it's now bulky and boxy. Then the cuffs were resized - either too tight or too loose. So, still a classic, but the resizing give it an odd fit (you'd probably need to size up) and have made the jacket les pure and simple.

Jame H
Fenix Outdoor

Originally reviewed on Fenix Outdoor

5 out of 5 stars

May 8, 2024

My New Favorite Go-To Jacket

After six months of use, I thought it was time to write a review of this jacket. I purchased the Greenland Jacket in the fall, so now after seeing three of the four seasons it's best suited for, I can say it was an excellent choice for various reasons. First, its durability. It's functioned well in both heavy rain and snow. I've had to reapply the wax coating three times (the first attempt was a failure). I would not advise using a hairdryer to melt the wax. It's both time-consuming and results in an uneven blotchy look. Go with an iron, apply light even layers of wax and you'll find the outcome far superior. Once I used this method, I was satisfied with the overall outcome. The Greenland Jacket will work very well during the shoulders seasons as well as the wintertime. Second, it's a great choice for layering during the colder months. I'm 6'0'' 185lbs and a large will fit well as a single layer (jacket only) as well as an outer layer with a down insulation layer under the Greenland. I've owned (and still own) various shells and this in now my go-to outer layer in the winter months. It provides moisture protection and the features I both wanted and discovered I didn't know I wanted! The four large button pockets are great for storage, easy to access when wearing gloves, and blend well with the overall look. I also found the front two-way zipper to be a great option for venting when heat dumping becomes necessary. The only small complaint is the zipper can sometimes be difficult to start, but nothing that would make me reconsider this product. Lastly, it's a stylish timeless look. There's a reason this design has been around for decades, its functionality as well as the timeless look. So in terms of both function and style, this is near the top of any choice out there. After buying the Greenland and now six months in, I can say it was a great choice and I think most anyone would agree.

Fenix Outdoor

Originally reviewed on Fenix Outdoor

5 out of 5 stars

April 27, 2024

Just what I wanted

Does what I hoped, goes on easily over wool or fleece. It’s tough enough to repel bramble, roses etc but fits comfortably. Very practical outdoor jacket then.

Fenix Outdoor

Originally reviewed on Fenix Outdoor

3 out of 5 stars

April 16, 2024

a classic

Very good jacket: wel made, practical and warms your hands in cold winds. But!; not waterproof,not at all.,even with these wax of them.

Fenix Outdoor

Originally reviewed on Fenix Outdoor

5 out of 5 stars

April 10, 2024

Great traditional jacket

I bought this jacket recently. It’s exactly what I hoped. Durable and protective enough to withstand brambles, hawthorns etc. Comfortable to wear, good pockets, good fit and able to protect very well against wind and showers.

Fenix Outdoor

Originally reviewed on Fenix Outdoor

5 out of 5 stars

March 11, 2024

Truly a jacket for life.

Bought mine in about 1980 and am still wearing it today. Comfortable, light, windproof. Perfect for layering. I suspect I'll have it all my life. What a great bit of kit!

Fenix Outdoor

Originally reviewed on Fenix Outdoor

5 out of 5 stars

February 20, 2024

Great whether about town or on a winter Scout camp

I have been wearing this jacket daily for nearly 6 months and so far has stood up to any activity. Work, town, or a recent wet Scout winter camp. The jacket is hard wearing and a great fit. I went with unlined so it can be a true all year jacket, adding layers underneath in the winter. I am 6 foot 2 inches and medium build. I bought this in large to allow plenty of layering options. Fits great and doesn't look baggy when worn with just a t shirt. I recently gave it a good waxing with Fjallraven's Greenland wax (rubbed on and used a hairdryer to melt it). This kept me dry for the most part, although had some limitations after a full day of constant rain - this is to be expected. Much better durability than a gore-tex jacket, and much better for the environment (and potentially my health). I expect this will see me through many more adventures to come.

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Originally reviewed on Fenix Outdoor

5 out of 5 stars

January 23, 2024


This jacket is an absolute classic, light enough to be layered, tough enough to be abused, looks stunning on. Feels such quality. Cannot recommend enough.

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Originally reviewed on Fenix Outdoor

4 out of 5 stars

November 13, 2023

Proven and reliable.

Thanks to Youtube i finally understood what the Hype and mission of Fjallraven is. Thanks to Fjallraven i've ditched all my PFAS and PFC clothing and gone full, G-1000 and wax. So when i was looking for a winter shell jacket it boiled down one of two and ultimatley i had to go with this timeless classic. Who can argue with a jacket in production since before I was born or one handed down from grandparents? First id like to say i get compliments on this jacket from other men all the time so that should say something. It's comfortable, breaths great, has a great feel. I love the large pockets and the length is perfect. The hood, fits a little odd unless you are wearing a hat, it kinda droops down over your eyes or at least it does me. I do like the stripped down way it's designed, no mesh, no pit zips or draw strings and velcro on the hoot and such because honestly you don't need all that with G-1000. For cross country skiing and fat tire baking its great, I adjust the level of ventilation by opening the cuffs more or just using the snaps and not the front zipper. I would not wear this in warm or hot weather this is a cool or cold weather jacket depending on use, individual and location. For fall, here in Alaska, say 40-50 its great with maybe a thin layer under neath. If your'e going to really ramp up the activity in colder months also very well suited. My one complaint on this jacket is the over all fit, and by the way this is something ALL Fjallraven clothing seems to have. It's cut for lack of a better term, snug or tight, not loose and baggy. I bought this specifically for the colder months here in Alaska, to do active things in and thus i want to layer, but this jacket is simply too snug to allow many layers and still not feel restricting. I could go up a size but then the sleeves would be too long. I know this because i own another Fjallraven jacket for summer trekking and hiking. Even if i was a tad thinner it feels snug around my rib cage when i tried to put a thick wool shirt under it or even a fleece vest. A light or base weight and/or perhaps a medium weight top is about all you can fit under this jacket and allow for movement and more importantly air. Perhaps they should not have altered the original cut? Im sure some would say why not buy the Greenland winter or down jacket? Because I would be way to hot doing anything active in them unless it very cold, the ability to add and shed layers is and always will be the key to activity outside. Im 5’8 about 190 lb's and i wear a medium, like i said the length is perfect for a person my height but the width could be a tad better and thus if you want more room order up a size and deal with the sleeves somehow.

Alaskan wearer
Fenix Outdoor

Originally reviewed on Fenix Outdoor

5 out of 5 stars

July 29, 2023

Favorite field jacket ever

Bought both winter and regular jackets and now considering buying another one in different color. That’s how I adore it.

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Originally reviewed on Fenix Outdoor