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Norrøna crafted the Women's Lyngen Clo 100 Insulated Jacket with ultra-light, compressible materials so it can stuff easily into its own stow pocket until you need it. When the temps plummet at high altitudes, just pull the Lyngen Clo 100 Jacket out of your pack and zip into its plush Primaloft One insulation. A wind-resistant outer shell fends off the windchill, and elasticized cuffs hold your body heat in. Layer this sleek, light puffy under your shell when the weather turns truly foul.

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Great at first, but . . .

    I am 5'6" and 120 lbs. I ordered the medium and it fit comfortably, a little big, but I plan on wearing things underneath, so it's perfect.

    After a couple times of wearing the jacket (I wore it straight from the package) I noticed that I kept on getting lots of white fuzzy cotton balls all over myself.

    Upon a close inspection I found that whatever was being used as the synthetic insulation was so fine that it was coming out of the fabric . . . and making an awful mess of my clothes whenever I wore the jacket.

    Needless to say I am not happy about this. This jacket was supposed to be a good investment, instead I now need to return it and get a new jacket.

    Great at first, but . . .

    I'm sad to hear that you are having a problem with this jacket. I've had a lot of Norrøna gear without anything going wrong so far. I hope you exchange it and get a new one of the same thing and see how it goes and update us all on that item. Sometimes good products of any brand have an error on an individual product. It's worth a second try.

    Backcountry as well as Norrøna are both very good at taking care of their customers when given the chance. I suggest that you talk to Backcountry and then Norrøna to see if they will replace it for you.

    I am looking forward to reading your review in the future.


    Burly all weather insulation

      I pack this jacket for nearly everything I do.. from cragging to climbing Denali I use this jacket all the time. Super durable, comfortable, great warmth to weight ratio, and keeps you warm in the wettest conditions.


      I have noticed you have ten reviews of Norrona gear- all 5-stars- and no reviews at all for other brands. I'm not trying to cause trouble, but in the interest of preserving the integrity of reviews here at BC, can you assure us you are not affiliated with Norrona in some way, other than being a very dedicated fan of the brand?



      So cute and warm!

        Have other Norrona products and love the norwegian quality and fit. This one did run a little smaller than other Norona jackets that I have, had to order a M instead of S that always fit well. The S fit more like a sweather whereas the M fit more like a jacket. It is perfect for spring and fall weather as well as under my shell for skiing in the winter. Very warm with low weight.


          I am in love with this jacket. It is super soft, super flexible, lightweight, and surprisingly warm for how thin and light it is. It looks GREAT on me, much better than I expected a jacket from an "outdoor brand" to look. The color is fun (I got the fuschia) and the cut is very flattering. I am 5'10 and 135 lbs, and the small size fits me perfectly. I am hooked on Norrona!

          I knew I'd love it!

            This jacket is just a cream-puff. I got the Festival Fuschia, with those eccentric yellow zippers, in size L. It is super soft and extra-flexible. Don't let this make you think it isn't very warm. You will be surprised how much warmth it holds in! I'm 5'10", long arms, and the sleeves fit me so well. If you like to enjoy refined, well-made to the detail products, GET IT!

            Hi, I have a question about sizing on this...

            Hi, I have a question about sizing on this Norrona Lyngen jacket-
            I am 5'8", 130lbs, long arms & torso, wondering what size would fit me best? Thanks for your help!

            I'm a senior citizen living near the...

            I'm a senior citizen living near the Adirondacks. We get about 6 feet of snow each year. I need a WARM jacket to wear when I'm out with the snow thrower (takes me 1-2 hours) or walking my dog. I have poor circulation and get chilled more easily than most. Daytime temps often stay in the low twenties,and it's windy here. Does anyone know if this jacket that will keep an old lady warm for up to two hours? Does the zipper have a tiny pull on it, or is the pull large enough to grasp with gloves on? Thanks!

            This is more of a light packable layer for backpacking. Serious warmth is going to come from a more substantial jacket, like the Mountain Hardwear Sub Zero, the Norrona Lyngen, the Marmot Slingshot, or the North Face Destiny. What I'd recommend more is a parka. They are more expensive, but the added length helps keep your lower half warm as well. The North Face Metropolis, the Mountain Hardwear Downtown Down, the Marmot Montreaux, the Patagonia Get Down, all of these will keep you super warm.

            anyone know the down fill on this? how...

            anyone know the down fill on this? how about the length? I need something that comes down past the waist, like 28"?

            from their website ( you can also see the more specific sizing):
            Primaloft® One
            The human body spends a lot of energy keeping its optimal temperature, especially under cold conditions. Primaloft®One is a patented icro-structure that gives great thermal insulation to help the body maintain its temperature, minimizing energy loss. Extremely light and soft, it was originally developed by the US Army to replace natural down. As down absorbs moisture, it becomes wet and loses its thermal-insulating abilities. Primaloft® One absorbs three times less water, is 14% warmer when dry and 24% warmer when wet, than the competitive insulation.