The Frank Hurley features a lightweight construction to allow complete freedom of movement when shooting and bespoke pockets where batteries and devices can utilise core body heat to prolong life. The hard-wearing Cordura shell features high-frequency seam sealing to protect against severe weather, while 800-fill European goose down and a graphene lining provide revolutionary heat regulation to -25°C.
This limited-edition jacket is named after pioneer Frank Hurley, Sir Ernest Shackleton’s official photographer and cinematographer on the Imperial Trans-Antarctic Expedition 1914-17.
To ensure the Frank Hurley Photographer’s Jacket met the requirements of photographers working in tough conditions, Shackleton recruited the help of several outdoor photographers, including Martin Hartley, a renowned polar expedition photographer. Hartley worked alongside Shackleton to develop the jacket, ensuring it was uncompromisingly warm while boasting countless performance enhancing features.