OJJ Anorak

The Anorak is a water-resistant, hooded jacket that was first designed by the Caribou Inuit living in the Canadian arctic. Originally made from caribou or seal skins coated in fish oil, as a pull-over jacket, this classic archetype has been around in lighter weight fabrics with a zipper front since the 1950s.

We use cookies, small text files downloaded by your computer while browsing on a website, to manage and improve our website. By closing this banner, scrolling this page or clicking the acceptance button below you agree with and acknowledge the use of cookies. Learn more Accept