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The Norrona Men's Lofoten Primaloft 100 Jacket is excellent for any cold-weather activity whether it's backcountry skiing, snowboarding at the resort, climbing rock and ice, or snowshoeing. This light jacket's 100g PrimaLoft Infinity insulation is not only compressible, but it's also surprisingly durable and windproof.

The Lofoten features a Packable pocket that allows you to compress the entire jacket for small storage on backpacking trips. It also features a storm hood that helps protect your noggin. Power stretch arm cuffs softly cover your wrists in order to keep the cold out, and a drawcord at the hem cinches to keep the warmth in. Norrona integrated a pocket at the chest for your phone so you have all the space you need to keep your hands nice and toasty in the hand-warmer pockets. And since is the exclusive US retailer for Norrona, you won't come across a ton of your jacket-twins out in the mountains.

  • PrimaLoft Infinity insulation
  • Storm hood
  • Power stretch arm cuffs
  • Drawcord at hem
  • Packable pocket
  • Zippered chest pockets
  • Handwarmer pockets
  • is the exclusive US retailer for Norrona products
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Great jacket for most days

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

I bought this to complement my Patagonia Down Sweater (which is a great jacket) with a Primaloft jacket with a hood. I have ended up using the Lofoten jacket more and more as it is looking so comfy so it is hard not to put it on before going outside.

It is not as warm and light as the Patagonia Down sweater and it doesn't pack as small as a down jacket but it has a slimmer profile, is light and warm enough for most cold days and definitely if used together with a shell. The hood is great both when on and keeping the neck warm when off.

The jacket is possible to pack in a pocket but it takes an effort and don't see it as something I would do on a chilly day without gloves. I normally just stuff it down the packback when not using it where it is quite bulky. My Patagonia jacket is much more packable and has some elasticity in the pocket that makes it easier to pack.

All in all the Lofoten jacket is a great jacket and is very versatile with few limitations. I use it a lot and have almost a dozen of other Norr�na stuff that all are performing to expectations.

Great jacket for most days


  • Familiarity:I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

Comes in at 15.6oz in a large. The pocket this jacket packs into is way too small. I doubt you can fit it in there, and even if you do, you'll be damaging the insulation and it'll loose loft very quick. I couldn't fit the jacket into it's pocket, and I likely would have also damaged the fragile inner lining trying to do so.

Being Primaloft 100g and weighing at 15.6oz, it is very lightweight for that quality and weight of insulation (the lightest weight Primaloft 100g hoody on the market?). If you plan on packing it in another way, then I could see it being a good jacket. However, as is, it's not a very good belay jacket because of this problem.

The shell fabric seems pretty durable, but you'll need to be VERY careful with the lining.

Great jacket.

    Love the jacket, great fit, great insulation, and great wrist bands. However, the hood is a little funky looking when on.

    So warm

    • Familiarity:I've used it several times

    I bought this jacket at a sale while waiting for my Arcteryx Rush jacket arriving in the mail. The initial thought was to use it as a layering piece under the hardshell, and to get something new so that the waiting period for my Rush would'nt seem so long.

    However, I'm finding myself getting more and more excited by this jacket, almost to the point of my Rush no longer mattering, mind you: almost.

    The Norr�na Primaloft100 is super warm, almost like wearing a duvet, and keeps the wind at bay. I wore the jacket skiing in -17 c with just two mid-warm merino wool layers and no outer shell and never got too cold.

    The fit is also perfect and it doesn't feel like you're a ballon, like it does with the traditional down jackets. It now fits perfectly under my Arcteryx and I can't wait for some harsh weather conditions so that the combination can be put to the test.

    A good buy.

    Extremely Light and Warm!

    • Familiarity:I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

    I was surprised how the exterior material felt when I received this jacket. Maybe I was expecting something a little more firmer, but it seems to be very snag resistant from my initial impressions, with A LOT of compression and a little stretch to it that can allow you to wear it as an underlayer under a waterproof/weatherproof/etc. shell as long as the sizing is nailed down (or as an outerlayer - I can wear a thicker sweater or a fleece underneath without any problem at all). I am 6'6", thin, and went with the XL in the blue. Hood fits perfectly, comes up and over and includes covering of the forehead. Definitely a unique look. I recently got it and tried it out in 20 degree weather with a -t-shirt underneath and felt warm just standing out for a little while. It is a just a little noisy when putting on and walking around in, but this isn't a concern like it may be for other people. The armpit area seems to accumulate the insulation, but that might just be the fit and the style that Norrona has (not enough to knock of a star, because it IS warm, unique and fits well for the most part). Anyone else experience this at all? But overall, a great jacket that is pretty functional to wear around.

    I wondered whether you found it unduly baggy (or the arms overly long)? I'm a smidgen shorter than you are at 6'5" but i have long arms (208cm span)- I have a different windproof norrona fleece in an L and with the thumb loops it's not too bad - but it's great in terms of body fit. Was a bit worried that the L would be small given it's an outer layer - but worried that the XL is too baggy given i'm also a stick.


    Best Primaloft Jacket Ever.

    • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer

    I work as a fully certified IFMGA guide and have tested this jacket from it's conception. This is a jacket I use daily year around. I live in Lofoten and the weather here can be brutal. This jacket always goes in my pack or on my back. The material of the shell has some stretch to it making this jacket superior to any other jacket in the same category. It is also very durable and water resistant. One of my all time favorite peaces from Norrona.

    I don't see much on sizing. I see it's not...

    I don't see much on sizing. I see it's not their athletic fit but regular so.... Size for me at 38" chest, 140 lbs and want a closer fit. I am thinking small? Thanks for any help.

    Definitely Small for you. I have about a 37 chest and weigh just under 140. I actually found this a little big all around compared to the Arc'teryx Atom SV. It's a really nice jacket, but I just found it to have a bit too much room for my liking. I wasn't looking to layer a lot under it, though, so that would make a difference.