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Dark clouds are gathering on the ridge ahead; you're not concerned, though, since you always carry the Norrøna Women's Falketind Dri 3 Jacket tucked in your pack. Fully waterproof, windproof, and breathable, this lightweight technical jacket's Dri 3 fabric uses a hydrophilic liner/membrane to transport moisture away from your skin instead of the standard perforated PU membrane. As a result, it is quiet, soft, and lightweight, and offers comfortable stretch as well.

  • Extra-long underarm zips offer excellent ventilation when you start to heat up
  • Large hand pockets are placed high, out of the way of a pack belt or harness
  • Shorter cut—falls at high hip
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Beautiful Jacket!

    I've had my eye on the Norrøna products for a couple months just waiting for a sale and when backcountry had the 15% off I jumped on this jacket! I am SO glad I did. This jacket is an awesome rain technical shell! It's lightweight, waterproof, packable, got awesome harness pockets, and such an amazing fit! The brand jackets do run a little big just for reference, mostly so layers can go under. I'm 5'4" and about 125 and the small is the perfect size to go over a fleece. The orange peel color is a spectacular red, rather than an orange color (think blood orange maybe?). The seams are fully taped (and wonderfully I might add) and the zippers are waterproof. I can't wait to try this thing out where it rains more!
    Fortunately for me it's been raining since I got it in the mail!

    Out of the Norr�na shell jackets, do you think the Women's Falketind Dri 3 will be warm enough to wear for downhill skiing? Specifically in the Vermont region. I intend to wear thermals & a good fleece (or wool sweater underneath). Do you think the Dri 3 Falketind is up for the job? Or is another Norr�na jacket recommended? Thank you

    20,000 mm is a fairly higher-end waterproof rating for a shell.

    Most of the price point products you see for outerwear sport 5-10k waterproof, which will keep you dry unless exposed to prolonged precipitation. Thus, the 20K should keep you pretty darn high and dry in VT. This is just a shell however, so you may want to check out insulated options as well. Noronna does make some pretty flashy insulated shells.