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Polar update


Snow-covered mountains. Rivers frozen over with ice. Windchill. As winter enthusiasts, we are familiar with adapting to challenging conditions.


Not unlike the ones presented to us by 2020. So, we have adjusted the Fjällräven Polar schedule. The 2020 event is now scheduled for 2022, and there is no global online campaign in 2021. Which means that there will be no global application period this November-December for Fjällräven Polar 2021. Instead, a small, regional version of the Fjällräven Polar will take place to keep the spirit of the event alive. We encourage you to check back with us in 2021 and look forward to creating lifelong winter memories with you again.



Your Fjällräven Team

March 12th, 2020


COVID-19 outbreak

As you probably know, the World Health Organization (WHO) has officially named the COVID-19 outbreak a pandemic, and over the past few weeks we have been monitoring the escalating situation comprehensively and evaluating the potential impact it has on our upcoming Polar event.
After careful consideration and deliberation with official representatives, doctors, international partners and staff, we have evaluated all options and come to the conclusion that we must postpone this year’s Polar event. We take the health of our participants and our staff very seriously and also choose to contribute in the prevention of any further spreading of COVID-19.   We know how hard all Polar 2020 participants have worked on their campaigns and applications in order to join us, something we appreciate and value highly. Therefore we will host two events in 2021. One Polar for those forced to refrain from this year’s event, and a new Polar 2021 event for new applicants.
More information will be available on polar.fjallraven.com on Monday 30th of March.

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