Definitions for "Anorak"
Keywords:  jacket, pullover, zipper, british, fur
One-piece outer shell that slips over the head and has no front zipper from which body heat can escape.
An early model pack frame made of wood, bolts, and cotton webbing. Distinguished by unpadded web shoulder straps and lack of hip belt. {see hut and svea
A hooded pullover jacket originally made of fur and worn by the native people of the Arctic. Modern Anoraks are made of any weather-resistant fabric. Widely worn today by British boys in light fabrics, primarily as rain gear. I'm not sure why the term has become so popular in Britain.