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 Originally made from caribou or seal skins coated in fish oil, as a pull-over jacket, this classic archetype has been around in lighter weight fabrics with a zipper front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.
The jacket fabric-OJJ-is made in Japan and is a knitted nylon/polyestere micro-fibre which is finished exclusively in Italy by Ten c. This jersey will, with time, mould itself almost imperceptibly to your body and will acquire, with use, a unique individual patina, each jacket reflecting its own personal history and that of its user. It will become Your Jacket.
It can be worn in winter conditions when filled out with a matching Ten c quilted lining.