The perfect anorak? Complete with a mosquito face net.
The Tikanni anorak is made of 64% polyester, 34% cotton and 2% elastane. It has a bit of stretch, excellent breathability and it dries faster than most synthetic fabrics. It works pretty much around the year: traditional Nordic trekkers wore their polyester cotton anoraks to protect from mosquitoes in the summer and wind during winter. This model is nice and long, giving protection to your lower back even when kneeling down. As a bonus, it boasts a mosquito net you can zip in front of the hood.
The fabric is wax impregnated to repel water and wind
Side zips help putting the anorak on and taking it off
Traditional anorak style front pocket
You may want to buy a block of wax in addition to this anorak. The wax coating will wear off during use and washes, but it’s easy to reapply at home. Stroke the block on the jacket, until you’ve covered all spots. Then use a hot iron or a hair dryer to melt the wax. This allows the cotton to absorb some wax, making for better wind and water repellency.