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Norrøna Narvik Warm2 Stretch Zip Hooded Fleece Jacket - Men's

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    7 Reviews


    From Narvik with love.

    Norway can be a cold, cold place. Norrona, which hails from Norway, knows a thing or two about active wear in frigid climes. Norrona's midweight Men's Narvik Warm2 Stretch Zip Hooded Fleece Jacket is just what Dr. Warm ordered. Made from breathable, body-hugging, four-way stretch Polartec Power Stretch, this jacket combines warmth and moisture transportation. It's one-sided, so there's a smooth face to provide for better freedom of movement under shells. This technical fleece is ideal for freestyle riding in-bounds and for backcountry excursions, but the clean design looks fresh on the streets as well.

    • Backcountry Exclusive
    • Polartec Power Stretch fleece
    • Full front zip
    • Athletic fit
    • Hood
    • Item #NRA0423

    Tech Specs

    Polartec Power Stretch
    2 handwarmer, 1 front zip
    Recommended Use
    skiing, snowboarding, climbing
    Manufacturer Warranty
    5 years

    Tech Specs

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

    I had big plans for this hoody but have ended up using it as a casual piece since most of the stitching has started to come undone around the cuffs, hood and neck in less then a month! As for the sizing this hoody is to short in the arms and to big in the body especially around the waist. I wish it had a draw cord or something around the waist to make it more fitting. I would not recommend this product.

    Update--still good

      Used it under a shell my last 2 trips. It's comfy and warm. Not super warm but pretty good. I do wish it was a bit thicker. The green looks great under my black shell. It hasn't faded or shrunk after its first few washes. It's good. I like it. But I wouldn't buy it at full price. 7/10

      Great Green

        I got the chrome green in an xl. It's a fantastic green. Not yellow or fluorescent at all. It's close to a kelly green or Celtics green. It has an athletic fit. Not baggy at all. Overall I'd say it's really nice but not as good as the Houdini power houdy. It's the same fleece material in both but not as thick or well designed in the norrona as in the Houdini. I kept it because I love the color. If I had to choose one I'd go with the Houdini. The cheat pocket is kind of useless. Overall 8/10.

        Really nice

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

        My first Norrona piece, probably won't be my last.

        The powerstretch feels one and a half times a plush as my other powerstretch stuff. That give it almost a quilted, cotton hoody type of soft warmth. The thumb holes recess into the cuffs, so it doesn't look like i'm wearing a baby's clothes when i'm not using them. Fit is form, but relaxed or roomy, yet athletic; whichever floats your boat. The hood is nice and it fits comfortably under my Smith Variant helmet.

        I'd add/change 2 things. Hem drawstring and a larger zip chest pocket. The former hasn't been an issue, though I feel hem cords are better to have and not need, than need and not have. And the latter, well, I'm not sure what Noronna has in mind bc I don't think it'd hold even a cell phone. Not sufficiently annoying to return the piece. The colorway (2 tone blues), unusual plushness of the powerstretch, and nice cut, including the collar and hood, offset those other things.

        Warm stretch fleece

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

        No hesitation to award this five stars, like the other reviewer I am 5'10" 175lbs and a medium fits like a glove. Note this is a stretch fleece so it is fairly tight, but makes for an incredibly warm, comfortable layer under a ski jacket or a stylish zip-up for just chilling at the base lodge. Hood is also form fitting "jogger" hood, which comfortably be worn underneath even a relatively tight helmet. I have owned several other Norrona products (including the lofoten insulated goretex) and the quality of their products is incredible: very well stitched seams, rugged but light zippers, and unbelievable fit. I would say these actually run slightly larger than a typical american medium. Possibly the most comfortable fleece I own, you will never want to take this thing off until spring rolls around.


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

        Another amazing fleece from Norrona. This fleece is built a little different than most of theirs with the no zip front pockets, but has classic features like the zippered napoleon breast pocket. As always the fleece is soft and supple. It makes for an amazing base layer and or a jacket for the fair weathered days. I oscillate from wearing this as a light stand alone, and on cold days on the mountain base it up. One thing that I find lacking in all Norrona hoodies is they lack the adjustable feature of hood. This is kind of annoying, but they make amazing hoodies so I just have to over look it. As far as sizing goes, Like all Norrona tops, I always wear a medium. I am 5'10" 165 lbs, so I hope that can be a solid reference for those of you thinking about adding any Norrona tops. The fit on this feels like an athletic cut, so it fits like a glove! This is definitely one of my favorite new staples...

        For Alpine Trekking - would anyone recommend this R�ldal Warm3 Fleece or the Narvik Warm2 Stretch Zip Hooded Fleece? I have a Patagonia R3 high loft and wondered how these compare? thanks!