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The first solo explorer to reach the South Pole wore cotton, and thanks to the Norrona Men’s Svalbard Arktis Ano Jacket, you can too. Made with a tightly woven, wind-resistant shell fabric, this functional and stylish jacket is as equipped for extreme latitudes as it is for the city streets.

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Good but LARGE

    Has lots of nice little features, seems very well designed. The interior is ... spartan, not the greatest sewing work, but oh well.

    One thing is it is super large, I normally fit a Medium in every other brand. The Medium is like a tent on me, WAY too big. (Come on, anyone doing any sort of regular outdoor activity is likely to be on the slimmer side).

    Tried putting it under the tap when new and water just rolled off even after several minutes blasting it. Though I am NOT expecting it to last a few hours in the rain.

    TOO BIG is my only complaint, don't trust the sizing chart, go one size down, if not two.

    Is this jacket suitable for Wisconsin...

    Is this jacket suitable for Wisconsin winters? I need something I can be outside in negative temps and still be comfortable...

    I have this jacket and live in the UK. This jacket works best in dry/cold/windy weather when wet it dries quickly but is not waterproof and actls like a type of light ventile material. You can improve the water shedding properties with Nikwax Cotton proof or some such but the coat will never be truly waterproof. If you are going out constantly in very wet weather, look for something else or cover up with a lightweight waterproof outer.
    For more info from the manufacturer look on their site.

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    Can you get the pants in as well? Is this...

    Can you get the pants in as well?

    Is this all the season's Norrona stock? Or is there more to come for the winter?

    Does anyone know the armpit to armpit...

    Does anyone know the armpit to armpit measurement for these in medium or large? I know these used to run huge but the shirts i have bought lately were XL (and I normally wear a standard Large)