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Canvas Anorak

This canvas wind shell is made following native design after many winters of field-testing in the cold Northwoods of Northern Minnesota.

  • Durable 10-ounce tightly woven cotton duck canvas.
  • Canvas is highly wind resistant, breathable, preshrunk, and untreated.
  • Full-cut with ample room in the arms for layering and freedom of movement.
  • Cut to mid-thigh for wind protection.
  • Adjustable storm hood.
  • Front cargo pocket.
  • No zippers or snaps to malfunction, only ties.
  • Guaranteed for Life.
  • Made in USA.
SKU: C-180

Availability: In stock

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Sizing Information


  • Chest (armpit to armpit): 30in - 32in
  • Length (armpit to bottom): 27in
  • Sleeve (armpit to end of cuff): 20in

    • Chest (armpit to armpit): 34in - 36in
    • Length (armpit to bottom): 27in
    • Sleeve (armpit to end of cuff): 20in


    • Chest (armpit to armpit): 38in - 40in
    • Length (armpit to bottom): 27in
    • Sleeve (armpit to end of cuff): 20in


    • Chest (armpit to armpit): 42in - 44in
    • Length (armpit to bottom): 28.5in
    • Sleeve (armpit to end of cuff): 20in


    • Chest (armpit to armpit): 46in - 48in
    • Length (armpit to bottom): 28.5in
    • Sleeve (armpit to end of cuff): 20in


    • Chest (armpit to armpit): 50in - 52in
    • Length (armpit to bottom): 29in
    • Sleeve (armpit to end of cuff): 20in

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Customer Reviews (12)

antique iceboatingReview by ben
Sometimes 40 knots over the deck of my antique iceboat. The anorak laughs at this. I do need to add a toggle to the bottom to keep it from blowing up. (Posted on 3/28/2014)
20 year old anorakReview by keith
im writeing my review 20 years later the anorak has been on most of my winter hunts and has never failed to do what its sappose to do it kept me warm in -20 with winds blowing i didnt know at the time of purchase what to think but after all these years it was the right choice very tough requires less clothig under neath and freedom of movement thanks for such great winter clothing (Posted on 12/29/2013)
AwesomeReview by BassLass
I just received this Friday, we had a blizzard that night. Next day I put it over my fleece and it performed awesome. It wind blocked winds of 25-35. The blowing snow melted in droplets which just dropped off. I'm wearing this to bed. Oh, I' 5'8', weight 140, wore a size medium and had plenty of room to spare. (Posted on 2/9/2013)
Great for winter biking!Review by Steve
I've been using this anorak when it is below 0 celsius to ride around the city. I can't get over how little I need underneath to stay warm. I no longer need to dress like the Michelin man. It does such a great job of blocking the wind, your wool or insulation layer seems to hold all your body heat in. (Posted on 12/26/2012)
Versatile winter wearReview by northshore218
I live in the Arrowhead country of Minnesota and also in Northwest Ontario. I spend many days each winter winter camping and ice fishing. I bought a Duluth Pack Anorak this year. It s easy to find clothing that will keep you warm at one temperature. However, when you are pulling a heavy sled through deep snow in cold and wind you get over heated and then when you stop you get cold. This anorak kept me warm and comfortable in all conditions. If I started to get too warm I dropped the hood, if cold I put up the hood. I spent many hours on the ice in subzero weather and stayed warm and comfortable all the time. What a great product. I would recommend to anyone who intends to spend a lot of time outdoors in northern Minnesota or Canada. (Posted on 2/5/2012)
Well Crafted Work of Art Review by Mud
I am an avid hiker/camper. My Anorak is with me at all times. It is just as at home down south in a Georgia swamp as it seems to behind a dog sled. The construction is second to none. Garments of this quality are hard to find and once you put it on you feel as if you can explore your wildest dreams with ease. Well worth the price for admission. (Posted on 12/18/2011)
good productReview by nomind
Wore to 2 day dog sled school in MI upper penn. Broke wind while breathing well, was very comfortable, this anorak is the real thing (Posted on 1/9/2011)
AnorakReview by Naqucin
I have had my anorak forever, and I sure enjoy wearing it over my parka, I go ice fishing. I recommend it to anyone who goes out hunting, fishing and hiking. (Posted on 1/7/2011)
Love this!Review by larnimi
I am not an outdoor fisherman or camper or explorer, I'm just an average kind of girl who loved the style of this anorak. I wear it all the time to things like the farmers market in the fall and winter, shoveling the sidewalk and just playing outside in the fall and winter. Many times I add the wool pullover that matches it. The only thing I wish was different is that it is a bit stiff for quite a while. I love my anorak! (Posted on 7/17/2010)
SuperbReview by DuctTape
I can't believe this is still available! I bought mine years ago and it is one of my favorite pieces of outdoor clothing. It's been sailing to Antarctica and on two MINI Cooper trips to Hudson Bay. (Do a Google)

It is the perfect outer layer when dressed properly. Durable. The white color is no problem as mine still resembles the shade, even after sitting in penguin colonies. It is super durable.

Oh, and for the Park Avenue explorers, there is no shortage of conversation in this piece. Everyone wants to know about it and everyone thinks it looks great.

Avoid plastic. Try this. (Posted on 6/6/2010)
Love my AnorakReview by Mark
I am an avid lake trout ice fisherman. We travel long distances into very remote country and need warm clothing that will not fail us. I have worn my Anorak ice fishing at -20 all day by just turning my back to the wind with my hood up. It cuts the wind like no coat I have ever worn. Great Product!!!!
(Posted on 10/21/2008)

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