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Stay warm, no matter what.

You’re standing still in freezing weather for an hour while your partner struggles on vertical ice above. Good thing you have the plush, toasty Norrøna Men’s Lyngen Down Jacket. Thanks to the high-loft 750-fill down insulation and a full-wrap hood, this Norrøna jacket helps you keep from freezing to death when mountain weather turns nasty. The Lyngen Down Jacket also makes it in well under the two-pound mark, so you won’t be tempted to leave it behind when you head for the top.
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will you be getting this product for women...

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will you be getting this product for women again this year?
Norrøna Lyngen Down Jacket womens

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They said that they should have some by the beggining of next month. But they also said that they have a very vague time frame and it could be longer.

5 5

Warm warm warm

Love the jacket, very warm all winter in Park City (granted, this wasn't the coldest winter ever). One thing that applies to all Norrona products, they run large, so size down. I'm 6', 175, got a large but it's too baggy - I'd be better off with a Medium.

Where is this and Trollveggen Down, 750...

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Where is this and Trollveggen Down, 750 Jacket difference between?

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Hey yiccn,

Basically, the Norrøna Lyngen Down Jacket - Men's is more oriented towards ski mountaineering and the Norrøna Trollveggen Down 750 Jacket - Men's is more tailored to the big wall climbs, expeditions and ice climbing in the coldest conditions possible. The Lyngen is a lighter jacket, but the Trollveggen will be slightly warmer and more durable.

Feature wise, the Trollveggen and Lyngen share most of it except for the Trollveggen has an internal pocket and a cinching hem cord while the down chambers are stitched through on the Lyngen to create less cold spots. I hope this answer helps you out.

4 5

The Hood

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

The photos don't show just how good the hood is. It's adjustable at the back via a drawstring, bringing the hood back off your face. The protection the neck area of the jacket provides when zipped up is awesome. There's no way cold air is getting in through there. Also, the jacket is extremely lightweight. Yes it squishes into its own pocket for ease of packing down. My only gripe and it's a small one, is the pocket lining. The lining is the same material as the outside so not very warm to the touch. My NF Nuptse down vest has a lovely warm pocket lining that I wish was on this jacket too. This is my first Norrona product and it's very impressive. They look like a brand you can trust.

this jacket sewn in Norway or in another...

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this jacket sewn in Norway or in another country?

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Im pretty sure most if not all of Norrona's products are made in China.

5 5

Best purchase of the year!! ... so far

I usually get atleast 1 outer layer a year, of some sort. I moved to Keystone, CO this fall and quickly needed to invest in a trusty everyday outer layer, as wool coats weren't doing it. Through reviews and the plain common sense that Europeans, especially Scandanavians, know how to design outdoor clothing I bought this awesome jacket and I couldnt be more satisfied with it. I'm 5'11, 165 lbs and the small is perfect. I can layer if I want, it fits great either way and I get compliments all the time!
The high collar and stiff rim on the hood make it perfect for blustery conditions. I wear it to ski and just casually most everyday. I've never been cold and it sheds snow great like on my walk home today through a blizzard!

3 5

Bummed about the zipper

So I have had mine for about a year and noticed issues with the zipper about a month into it.... Now into beginning of its second season and the zipper is about to become busted. I know reverse coils are used frequently on these down pieces but heard tend to wear out fast. Maybe Norrona should use something else. For the price you pay the zipper shouldn't be an issue already. Otherwise I do love it just a pain that the closure is problematic. Not sure if anyone else is dealing with the same....

2 5

I wanted to keep this jacket but..

This jacket arrived today. Excelent construction and it looked great. Even with a T-shirt on, outside in 50 degree weather, I was cooking. The material feels great and the down is generous. With the hood up, I can't imagine ever being cold in this coat. One caveat and unfortunately a deal breaker for me; whoever designed this jacket had a poor sense of anatomy. Specifically the sleeves are attached to the shoulders in such a fashion that the seams ride up into the arm pits. It doesn't matter how little or how much you are wearing underneath. I really wanted to keep this jacket but I'm not a big believer in tolerating this level of discomfort in the name of fashion.

5 5

Denali no problem.

I took this jacket up with me on Denali last year and was really warm all the way to the top. Great jacket super light for how warm it is and packs down very small. Could ask for a better down jacket for extreme conditions. I use it mostly for Alpine and Ice climbing missions. I have used Many different down product through the years but this jacket and Norrona's other insulating jackets are by far the best ever!

Any idea when you have these in stock...

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Any idea when you have these in stock again?

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Hey Dane. Your best bet for a quick answer on BC product stocking will be to click on the "Chat Now" button at the top of the page. That will connect you with a BC representative who can answer you question. Hope this helps.

5 5

Great For those cold sitting around days

I bought this about 3 months ago. I wear this thing out anytime I know I will be standing around in under 20 degree weather. Features I like: elastic bands on cuffs so you don't have to mess with velcro. DWR coating. Side primaloft for enhanced breathability. Adjustable Hood. One thing I don't like: Visor of hood is not nice and malleable like Arcteryx. Instead the front has a wire in it which you have to bend every time to get a nice curvature. I'm afraid the wire will poke through the fabric after awhile.

I am only looking at this jacket if it can...

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I am only looking at this jacket if it can handle extreme Denali conditions. Does it have internal water bottle pockets to help keep my liquids liquid in the extreme alpine?

Can this jacket handle intense wear and tear with a heavy Denali pack on?

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You planning to climb all the way up Denali with this big down jacket on??? Personally, I think this jacket hits a good balance of weight vs. warmth and durability, for Denali. But you could get something similar for cheaper, I think. You're paying a lot extra for the (albeit cool) Norrona name.

2 5

to be improved

Hi there

I am 6.6 and 240 pounds and the xxl fits perfectly. I like the jacket but it has 2 major design problems. The material at the forearms should be reenforced after 3 weekends of heavy use I was having little holes in the fabric just from friction. Generally this jacket looses down every time I was stepping of my car I could see them laying on the car seat.

The product is not bad but needs to be improved. Hope somebody from Norrona reads the comment.


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Regarding the strenght of the fabric, we find it to be the best fabric we have found, on durability vs weight. For the down jacket we have put a priority of getting it as packable and light as possible, and give as much warmth to weight. The trollveggen down750 jacket has a stronger fabric. Regarding the leakage of down. THis is improved on the products that is in sales now.

so i'm tall, fairly lanky (6'4 170) - is...

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so i'm tall, fairly lanky (6'4 170) - is this long enough at the hem? If it's anything like patagonia's I'll steer clear.
PS, I wear a large. XL has always been way too baggy

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I cant speak for this jacket, but Im the same exact build you are (6'4", 175 lbs), and I actually purchased Marmot's 8000M Parka. It's pretty bulky, but by far the best coat Ive found and it fits great. Not a bad review on it out there.

Hope that helps.

Will you be getting this in Large, again...

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Will you be getting this in Large, again anytime soon?


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Unfortunately it does not look like we will be getting more in stock.

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Hey nevko12346282,

You can always try ordering direct from I just ordered the blue in small and it took pretty much 1 week exactly for it to arrive. The shipping's pretty cheap also. Hope you get it man, it's a pretty sweet jacket.

5 5

Great Jacket

Great jacket-very warm even with nothing but a tshirt underneath-Worth the money!

5 5

Solid jacket for everything.

I've spent plenty of time in this jacket already. It's hat like brim and no fluffy down puffing out of the jacket, this was my first experience with this brand and i will totally come back for more.

5 5

110% Awesome

Pricey but worth every penny! The quality is definitely there. Super light and love the synthetic fill on the underarm, providing less bulk and retaining heat better when things get wet in there. Fits great also for those with long arms and torso.

Does it come with an extra stow pocket or...

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Does it come with an extra stow pocket or can you stow it in the internal mesh pocket?

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Yes! it has an internal pocket that you can stow the jacket in.

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