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Whether you're stuck on a chair lift, watching your partner struggle on vertical ice above you, or trying to warm up your frozen truck, make sure to have the Norrøna Men's Lyngen Down Jacket snugly wrapped around you. The Lyngen has a high warmth-to-weight ratio and is 100-grams lighter and 25-percent warmer than last year's version. Thanks to its high-loft 750-down fill insulation, the only bite of cold you'll feel is on the tip of your nose.

  • Water-resistant fabric helps shield you from melting ice and snow or lightly falling flakes
  • 750-Down fill insulation throughout keeps you exceptionally warm at a light weight and packs down small for trips into the backcountry
  • A smooth outer and inner lining makes layering a cinch—slide a weatherproof shell on top of this jacket when nasty storms roll in
  • Multiple pockets stash your cell, cash, keys, or lip balm

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Cozy, warm and packable!

  • Familiarity:I've used it several times
  • Fit:True to size
  • Height: 5'9"
    Weight: 170 lbs
    Size Purchased: Medium

I got this after spending a weekend ski touring in temps down to about -15 Celsius with a light down jacket that barely kept me from being cold. I decided I wanted something that I could easily stash in my pack but would keep me comfortable and warm around camp or on a bivvy. I bought a small dry compression sack and it takes up next to no room in a 40L pack. I've had it down to about -30 degrees Celsius and as soon as I put it on I could feel the warmth radiate through my body, it also blocks the wind pretty well. As well it can double as a pillow or extra insulation in the sleeping bag. Only minor gripe is that some of the down leaks, but I think that's common with a lot of jackets. I love it and take it with me every time I head to the mountains.

Cozy, warm and packable!


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

Expected real cold protection from Norrona. I kayaked along the north shore of Norway and expected that Norrona knows how to make warm down jackets. This one did not pass my test - a 15-20 min walk with the dog at -25 - -30 C. Cold. Found one review and bought Eddie Bauer Peak XV down jacket. This keeps me warm at -32C in Minnesota!


As snug as a bug in a rug

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

If you're considering buying this jacket you might as well stop your search and buy it. You are going to be happy with your purchase. The warmth it provides as well as the fit and look will have you looking forward to cold fronts.

I am 5' 7" about 140 lbs and the small fits great. The cut is a bit long, (I am comparing this a short cut Patagonia Nano Puff) but it is just what you want, because there is nothing worse than lifting your arms or bending over and having a cold blast of wind bite you. And the waist cinches allow you to keep the jacket length were you want it.

As for warmth I have been out in -15 degree weather and wind chills that reach -30 in the jacket and never felt more comfortable. I have actually taken walks in absolutely frigid temps when in the past I would have stayed inside, because I knew it would provide.

Hood fits great and provides plenty of cinching and space for a hat or helmet. As for the durability I haven't dragged it on a rock face, but it has done a great job of shedding dirt/slush you get on it. The media pocket works well and allows for headphones.

Go ahead and buy it with certainty that you will be happy.

Do the arms run short? I'm 6'2" 185 big...

Do the arms run short? I'm 6'2" 185 big shoulders and trying to figure out size. The Rab neutrino endurance was too short in the arms in XL and XXL.

Best Answer

It doesn't surprise me the Rab Neutrino Endurance was a little short for you in the arms. My experience has always been that Rab is a little short in the sleeve at the large sizes. Their mens jackets seem to top out at the large and don't get any longer

The Norrona Lyngen Down Jacket has a good long length at large and gets even longer as you go up. I would recommend an XL for you and you should have around a 36" sleeve length with that size.


Summit of Denali no problem.

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

This jacket was with me on my last trip to Denali guiding last year. Amazing jacket and I was impressed with the compressibility to loft/warmth ratio. Looks good and is very tough. Looks like new after cooking for 8 people bacon and all that!

Which jacket would you recommend for...

Which jacket would you recommend for general alpine use, (alpine and ice climbing, ski touring..). This one or Norrona Lyngen Lightweight Down750?


I'd be opting for the Norrona Lyngen Lightweight (NRA0364) as it weights less but also is a more simplified jacket. I'd go with that jacket during activity.

But if you plan on having a lot of down time, then the Lyngen Down Jacket would be better as it'll have more insulation.

Jared D.


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Warm beyond belief

  • Familiarity:I've used it several times
  • Fit:Runs large

Wearing this one in Norway this week way up north and it is well worth the cash. This jacket is warm and light, packs down to nothing and is really durable. Been doing some climbing here and using this as a belay jacket and summit warmer and if is incredible. I think this one rivals Millets Exped. Jackets. I wish it had reinforced elbows and another feature I wish more down jackets had was reinforced lower backs for taking a breather, but hey you can't have everything you want. Aside from that love this jacket no complaints you will be happy you bought one! Final note, after trying the Lyngen lightweight down, I found that one ran a little large so I sized down, and I think the same of this one. I think they size them large to allow for layering, but I found them both to be way more than enough room so I sized down from a what I typically buy a medium and sized down to a small. If you are on the cusp of sizes go down, that is my opinion and my experience with this one and the lyngen anyways!

I am going to state if you are a medium with broad shoulders you could probably do a medium and there will be a little extra room, and the small will be tight around the shoulders and chest. The small will fit true smalls with some extra room and the medium will provide a little extra room for the true medium. I like my stuff to fit more athletic, but this jacket is pretty dope so I don't mind the extra room.


Warm and Light

  • Gender:Male
  • Familiarity:I gave it as a gift but have feedback to share

I gave this as a gift to my father-in-law. He has been SUPER happy with it. Very warm. Very light. It fits fairly slim and has long arms. So great for the tall and skinny among us.