The classic between-seasons jacket, or if you prefer it to sound less intimidating: “spring jacket”, might be the anorak. Its material is light but effective, as it protects against wind and rain, while still looking really cool. An anorak is a mostly water-resistant, hooded, pullover jacket. Anoraks also sometimes feature drawstrings at the waist and cuffs as well as a half-zip opening. Sometimes they are also called “windbreaker”. The term anorak derives from the Greenlandic (Kalaallisut) word annoraaq, meaning “something against the wind” - Share that information while showing your new jacket off! Well, you can also choose a light down jacket. This season they come with sweat sleeves.
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Published March 2019
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