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The True North label embodies the peak of product development at Finisterre. The discovery of True North enabled ancient mariners to navigate with pinpoint accuracy, no longer at the mercy of the seas and skies. Our True North range pays homage to those early explorers; pioneering products at the forefront of fabric technology, rooted in innovation.

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Product Details

• 20,000mm hydrostatic head waterproof rating. 

• Internal baffled 100% recycled lining filled with Finisterre Engineered Insulation. 

• 3 panel hood for ultimate fit and shaping, lined with soft sherpa fleece.

• Subtle handwarmer pockets for ultimate comfort.

• Neck guard lined with microfibre for complete comfort.

• Raglan sleeve for unrestricted movement and greater weather protection.

• Bar tacks for reinforcement on stress points for durability and longevity. 

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Bringing together all the experience we’ve gained over our 16 years, the Vellus is the most technical jacket we make; built to handle any challenge you might face, no matter where you take it.

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True North

The Photographers

Born from the needs of cold water surfers and built to withstand ever-changing conditions, the True North range is epitomised by those who go further. Behind the lens lie people who endure the elements, yet seek no glory. The unobserved preservers of the impermanent; documenters of the unchartered and ephemeral.

The Broadcast

James Bowden

James Bowden has allowed his camera and lust for adventure take him places in humble pursuit of the remote. Long standing friend of Finisterre, James is responsible for documenting some of our iconic photography, both in and out of the water.

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Bryanna Bradley

After leaving a career in photojournalism, Bryanna Bradley booked a one way flight to Hawaii in pursuit of 
a different outlet. Eventually Bryanna came back to her roots, finding reward in shooting cold water. Even if the water is below zero and almost snowing, you can now find her in, on or around the water, helping put the female surf community in Tofino, British Columbia, firmly on the global map.

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Jack Johns

Jack is one of the most widely respected and revered photographers out there. With an understanding and approach that separates his work from others, Jack is rarely in one place for too long. His navigation however, forever pinned to his environment of comfort, when immersed in the water, with or without camera.

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Lucia Griggi

Lucia is one of a handful of female surf photographers to break into a male-dominated world, and first came to Finisterre’s attention when she had an iconic surf photo published by the National Geographic. She now travels the world documenting surf, lifestyle and nature through her photography. With a keen eye for adventure backdrops, she evokes a sense of wanderlust in every image.

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