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Complete and total protection.

When winter skies are puking, staying dry and covered is crucial to a fun day on the mountain. For the ultimate protection against the elements, the Norrøna Lofoten Gore-Tex Pro Shell One Piece Suit is in a class of its own. This durable, minimalistic one-piece is constructed with a Gore-Tex Pro Shell membrane and fabric. With the Gore-Tex construction and one-piece design, you can be confident that absolutely no weather will be able to penetrate the shell or reach your body, no hatter how harsh the conditions are or how long they persist.

For even more weather protection, the Lofoten one-piece has built-in wrist and boot gaiters and a helmet-compatible storm hood with one hand tightening.  Asymmetrical cuffs provide a better glove interface, and Y-Sleeves are designed with extra gusseting for freedom of movement, even with a harness. Now, you may be thinking that a one-piece suit is a great idea—until you start hiking and it feels like you've stepped into a sauna. No need to stress, a 3/4 length leg zip and extra-long X-Open underarm zips offer plenty of ventilation, and the Gore-Tex Pro Shell has excellent breathability. A generous pocket count gives you storage options inside and out, and the loose fit keeps things nice and relaxed.

  • Gore-Tex Pro Shell membrane
  • Fully taped seams
  • Relaxed fit
  • Y-sleeves
  • Underarm zip vents
  • Side leg zips
  • Laminated hand gaiters
  • Boot gaiters
  • Zippered cargo pockets
  • Zippered chest pocket
  • Zippered internal pocket
  • Zippered waist pocket

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5 5

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

So the new onesie is out and the build gets better and better every year. This one has an internal media pocket, a thigh pocket, card pocket and two Napoleon pockets. The side zips go the length of the leg. The pit zips go all the way down. Of course the good is helmet compatible and the gaiters are built in. The only complaints I have are the price gouging norrona is doing in the US market. I bought mine direct from norrona for a cool 1200 with free shipping. I have not had it on the slope yet, just waiting for the deep stuff to drop, but speculating this is going to be my go to for those deep powder days and in waist deep backcountry. As sizing goes I am 5"10 165 (32 inch waist, 41 inch chest) and bought this in a medium. It fits perfect with a few layers on underneath. I feel like I will comfortably be able to rotate lite bases to heavy bases without jeopardizing dynamic movement. The crotch sags a bit (I have A 32 inch inseam) but when I raise my arms the crotch comes all the way up. The same goes for the shoulders, there is a little sag in the shoulders. But when I raise one arm and drop another I reach a stop gap. All in all I would say true to size but won't know more until I get it on the steeps.

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What are your thoughts on the Norrona Lofoten Jacket? The material seems kinda thin. Thanks!

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The Norrona Lofoten is one of the best series of apparel I have ever used in the backcountry. And you know what Travis your absolutely correct, the material is really thin, but I think that is the exact point of GTX pro shell. It is much stronger than the traditional fibers of the standard GTX (with 3 layers) as well as it sheds unnecessary weight. It is built for breathability and protection from the elements to the utmost standard, but obviously it is still user responsibility to layer for insulation. I love turning tight lines in the trees, and I had my share of run ins with renegade branches, but not one hole in my lofoten line last year. I can't in good conscience compare them to the likes of other brands, because there is a lot of other companies out there using pro shell technology rights. What you need to know is this is the toughest GTX on the market and with an amazing 9 billion pores per square inch, this material will hands down breathe better than any other material on the planet. Forget about your events, h2no2, and other osmotic mimicking apparel, they simply will not do what GTX pro shell does. Long winded, I know, but I hope there is a positive take away, and if I did not answer your question, feel free to hit me up again. Also a disclaimer, since finding Norrona several years ago, I have learned to love their engineering, design and customizable fit. I am 100% bias, but I do have the fortunate ability to say I have tried 96% of outdoor apparel brands on and used them in the backcountry, so that is where my comparisons are derived from.

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I also want to add to all of those out there thinking of buying Norrona products this year that the pricing has been adjusted. I was in contact with BC.com about the pricing discrepancies that revolved around the US pricing (gouging) and they looked into the matter. BC.com has since made the pricing the same as the Norrona website for the US, so we get lower pricing in the states now. This was listed for 1385 before, or something around there, so 1200 is a lot better, but still pretty darn expensive.