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Not that wearing the Norrona Women's Lofoten Gore-Tex Insulated Jacket is suddenly going to give you the cat-like landing prowess to send everything in sight, but it certainly isn't going to hurt either. This resort rallying jacket has a Gore-Tex membrane to keep you dry on the season's burliest powder days, and it's stuffed with Primaloft insulation to keep you riding once the temps have dropped into the no-go zone. 

Norrona did away with underarm zippers in favor of a warmer and lighter jacket that is also compressible. The jacket can be conveniently stored in one of the zippered chest pockets, and is fitted with a removable powder skirt. Wrist gaiters provide a seamless fit between cuff and glove, and a zippered sleeve pocket keeps your pass secure lap after lap.

  • Gore-Tex membrane (2-layer)
  • Fully taped seams
  • 100g Primaloft Sport insulation
  • Regular fit
  • Removable powder skirt
  • Adjustable hood
  • Packs into chest pocket
  • Hook and loop adjustable cuffs
  • Wrist gaiters

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Is this the warmest Norrona jacket you have?

Hey Golda,

The Norrøna /29 Gore-Tex Insulated Parka (Item # NRA0433) has twice the fill weight of 200g compared to the Lofoten Gore-Tex Insulated Jacket seen here (100g). It will be warmer although it is a longer, casual style. The Roldal Gore-Tex Insulated Jacket (Item # NRA003O) has Primaloft Silver insulation which has a better warmth/weight ratio than the Primaloft Sport used in the Lofoten and /29 Jackets.

The best jacket for you will depend on what you want to use it for. Feel free to contact me directly with any more questions about the Norrona Jackets or if you are interested in setting up an order.


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Great Jacket; not holding up.

  • Gender:Female
  • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer
  • Fit:True to size

I bought this jacket in college just before I joined my school's ski team. Its skiied with me all over. It has kept me warm in sub zero temps in Breck, VT, Tahoe, Austria, Switzerland and Nagano. I am a heavy layerer when I ski, i could not wear this solo in -0F. My usual setup is loeften, patagonia down sweater, smart wool half zip and t shirt. That keeps me toasty down to about 0F. Above 30F and ive gotta lose the patty. This jacket is too hot for skiing around 42/45F. Its got good ventage in the pit zone. It's a great fit. Mine is an older version (2009? Maybe?) and its zipper setup is slightly different with a slightly different tailor as well. The fit is great, and i have no issues moving. Even on my most extreme layering, marshmellow man stauts, i had plenty of room to crush the slopes and lets be honest, that's really all that matters. But, is it? Something else hat matters is that the taped seams don't come apart. This jacket is falling apart after only a few seasons . It's a shame because I love this jacket. But for the better part of $500 , it shouldn't be falling apart.


Love this Jacket

  • Familiarity:I've used it several times
  • Fit:True to size

I am almost always cold (indoors and outside) and was looking for a jacket to get me through the winter skiing at a very cold, very windy mountain in Maine. Tried this along with many others and I can honestly say that I LOVE IT! Not sure if the other poster got a dud, but mine is truly glorious. The high collar and monstrous hood means that you can zip it around your helmet and, with goggles on, only the tip of your nose sticks out. I skied single digit windy days, snowy days, and wet days in it and couldn't have been happier. The only thing i thought it missed was the pit zips (I run cold but tend to overheat) but i think this would have been a draw back in terms of its bomb-proofness.

As with other norrona jackets, the sleeves are long but i found that to be manageable. I am 5'4'' 120 32C (and have swimmer shoulders) and took a small but probably could have gotten away with xs if i really wanted to (i expected i would need more than a layer or two under it when skiing, turns out a 150 wool long sleeve and my bibs was pretty much all i needed on regularly cold days).


Glorified windbreaker...

  • Familiarity:I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
  • Fit:True to size

I bought this jacket at the suggestion of a gearhead at Backcountry. I was looking for a winter jacket that would stand up to Chicago winters, where it turns into Chiberia. I was assured that this jacket would stand up to the freezing snow, wind, and the cold. I put this jacket on and took the dogs outside. It was 28F today with little wind, and after two minutes of being outside, my upper back and my shoulders were really cold. I expected to see the seams taped, as it was advertised, and I don't see where. Another couple of minutes my whole back was cold. Needless to day, it's going right back. I like the functional aspect of this company, so I am going with the Lyngen instead. I'll just wear a shell over it for the stormy days. Wish backcountry had been more honest.

Totally disagree with you heree Kri105484351. Have had this jacket for 2.5 yrs now used it -25C and above. It keeps you warm when ever you need it to assuming you have got normal blood flow and dont stay still. You would have to be moving but if you are out in that kind of weather most folks would be anyway. Primaloft is amazing for keeping me warm. With the windshield in Calgary, AB Canada it gets down to -40C and it still kept me more than comofrtable as long as head and neck is covered up. Remember hat, gloves and neckwarmer/facemask is key in those temps.


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  • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer
  • Fit:True to size

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