Everything you need in a warm baselayer.
When you need an ultralight belay top for anything from rock to ice climbing or a mid-layer to wear beneath your technical shell, use the Norrøna Men's Lyngen PrimaLoft 60 Insulated Jacket. Lightweight, compressible PrimaLoft insulation comes to the rescue when temps drop and you have to stand still while your partner figures out a difficult ice maneuver. Plus, the Lyngen stuffs easily into its own pockets when it's not needed.
- Lightweight, durable Aerodown proof material offers water-repellent and windproof protection
- PrimaLoft Sport features a patented micro-structure that gives superb thermal insulation to help the body maintain its temperature and minimize energy loss
- PrimaLoft Sport also absorbs three times less water, is 14% warmer when dry, and 24% warmer when wet (compared to similar competitive insulation)
- Smooth outer lining allows the Lyngen to layer easily beneath your shell
- Athletic fit provides plenty of unrestricted movement while you tour, ski, or ice climb
- Jacket compresses easily into a packable pocket, which makes transport and carry wicked easy
- Two hand pockets and one chest pocket stash your lip balm, tissues, or cell
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- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
I bought this as a layer to wear under my shell on cold days and as a standalone when I'm not in the backcountry. I couldn't be more impressed with this jacket. The primaloft 60 is fairly light and surprisingly warm. I'm 6'3 175 and the large is a great fit. I wear this jacket everywhere in temps down to about 20 F. It has a great feel to it. I have several Norrona products and they are all top notch quality. The sizing on this is slightly bigger than the Lofoten series. I would say the Lofoton jackets run a bit small, while this Lyngen primloft60 is true to size. It fits the tall, thinner frame really well. And you can't beat the color choices.
Hey Guys, any idea when to expect the new...
Hey Guys, any idea when to expect the new Falketind Primaloft 60 Jacket?
- Gender: Male
- Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
I will start by saying that I am 6'3" and run about 180, so kind of long and lean. I have a Patagonia nano puff down jacket that fits well for sleeve length but balloons out on the torso, and was looking for something comparable with a better fit. Not only does this fit better, I believe it is warmer for it's weight. The sleeves are long enough to cover me and the torso is close-fitting but not tight. It works perfectly under my North Face shell which is in itself bulky, but there is plenty of room. Wearing this on its own-windproof, and if active is more than enough for keeping warm. The soft material on the inside of the collar is a bonus as well. Summary: Best jacket of its type I have seen, and makes for a great second layer or shell for anything over 20F...If you don't care for the Patagonia "pooch out" this is the best gear you can find. I have about half a dozen Norrona products now and haven't been disappointed yet...oh and the large was the best fit for me.