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Warmth and durability for your next cold climb or alpine endeavor.

The longer the route, the more likely you'll need the Norrøna Trollveggen Warm 2 Fleece Jacket to keep you warm while you climb in the alpine and chill during your portaledge slumber party. The long, cold climb requires durability and insulation, which is what the stretchy, fuzzy Polartec Thermal Pro fleece fabric does without adding too much weight to your pack or haul bag.
  • Polartec Thermal Pro fleece fabric provides great climbing mobility and excellent warmth-to-weight ratio for serious alpine climbers
  • Stretchy wrist gaiters and a tall, soft chin lining keeps out the chill while you set anchors, place friends, and belay buddies
  • The two zippered hand pockets won't get blocked by your harness and can hold your frigid fingers while you wait for a partner to tie in
  • A zippered chest pocket holds small items like a snack or a radio throughout the climb
  • Backcountry.com is the exclusive US retailer for Norrøna products

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Trollveggen wrist gaiters

Trollveggen wrist gaiters

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These also easily tuck away when not needed for round-town use.

Norrona's Cool VIKING logo

Norrona's Cool VIKING logo

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Norrona's cool *Viking dude logo on back!

Back view of Trollveggen fleece

Back view of Trollveggen fleece

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Just got the ladies version...same fleece, different cut...so since there's no pic. of the back of this incredible fleece, here it is...

4 5

like the good old times

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

I remember having my forrest green Helly Hansen jacket with me around everywhere i went. That was 15 years ago.

Nowadays i do the same with this fleece. Being 6'5" i went with the XL, as this seem to be the perfect fit for me throughout the company's whole range. It covers well everything which it needs to cover, even remaining in place whilst stretching or moving around. sleeves offer thumb-holes and neck is way up to and almost over the chin, that's what i was looking for. if left open up front, just pleat collar down to shoulders, making you look like a school boy immediately and additionally decreasing temperature down to a more favorable comfort zone.

be aware, this fleece equals heating / "ON". i use to wear it around the 30's with just a merino t underneath, bringing along a ghostwhisperer jacket (the thin one), which is more than sufficient. Used it once underneath a gore tex pro shell while skiing and risked a severe heat stroke.

Downside is the tremendous amount of fuzz it looses... Have the black one and if worn with jeans or similar you'll find loads of that fluff sticking around your pants. Not so with synthetic fabrics. Wonder if it eventually will dissipate...

4 5

Maybe a 2 Warm

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
  • Fit: Runs small

This jacket is plenty warm as a stand alone and layers up fantastically with its athletic fit.
I am 5'11" and 200 with 46" chest, big shoulders and am glad I ordered the XL, which still works under my shell.
Like many fleece jackets, it is a sponge with odor and like most Norrona products the zippers leave a little to be desired but recommended overall.

5 5

My new favorite base layer

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

So I have to say this jacket fits me great. I have a medium and am 5'10" 165 lbs. The jacket is slim and works well as a stand alone on nicer days around town or on the slopes, or it is a great companion for my Lofoten gortex pro shell as a base. I literally wear this every day and have had none of the shedding problems mentioned below. I have probably worn this jacket for 90 days straight and no signs of break down yet. Long story short, this is my new go to for a stand alone and on a colder day on the slopes this is my base.

5 5

Norrona Trollveggen Jacket

This jacket runs true to size. It is a very athletic fit and is meant to be worn as a base layer. If you like a looser fit then I would suggest sizing up but be aware that there are hand panties (thumbholes & a breathable fabric layer around the wrist) so going a size up might effect the arm length.

5 5

Love Norrona!

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

I now have several Norrona pieces thanks to Backcountry. Quality and fit are excellent. This one in particular is nice as a midlayer while skiing with a high collar to keep neck warm. It does lose a little fuzz here and there, but it is fleece. I have not bought many American brands like Patagonia since discovering some better stuff from Europe like Norrona. Fit is good for tall and skinny people with long arms. I'm 6'3" and 180 and the Large fits like a glove.

5 5

LOVE THIS JACKET

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

Norrona makes great products and this jacket is no different. I've used it as a stand alone around town in the 30s but it really shines as my heavy duty mid layer under a puffy down or hard shell. The attention to detail for climbers is noticed and appreciated. Small has a nice slim fit for me at 5' 9" 155lbs medium build.

5 5

Talk about WARM

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

I used this jacket while hiking in northern Wisconsin in November. With temps dropping below freezing, I didn't even think about getting cold. Pair it with the Trollveggen Pullover Stretch Top, and say goodbye your winter shivers.

5 5

Perfect From Norway to Denver

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

I have used this fleece from hiking in Lofoten, Norway this summer layered with a Falketind Jacket to keep my warm and dry during our four day backpacking trip. It is a great piece to layer whether you are hiking or ski touring. I am 6' 180lbs and use a large. A medium would have fit if looking for a tight athletic fit, but i chose to have a little extra room.

It is also great for having around town in the fall and spring as long as it is not too windy. What is nice is that it dries fairly quickly due to the Polartec material. It is a great piece of clothing and I like how it packs into its own pocket for saving room in my pack while touring.

5 5

best fleece jacket

  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
  • Fit: Runs small

I'm 6'1" and 210 lbs, athletic fit with wide shoulders and upperback. I usually wear L but from reading all the reviews, it seemed you had to size up one size. I ordered XL in Lake Blue and the fit is perfect. The jacket is close fitting (not tight)with the arm length and back in the perfect setting. I love the high collar. This is my first Norrona product and can't wait for the next one.

Does anybody know those brands that run a...

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Does anybody know those brands that run a size small? or ultra slim? I know Helly Hansen is one, any others?

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Arcteryx in their trim and athletic fit line tend to run smaller as do most Mammut jackets.

I am 5.6, 125 pounds, usually wear XS,...

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I am 5.6, 125 pounds, usually wear XS, will a Small fit me? I prefer athletic fit. Thanks

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Sunny,
While Norrona has plenty of looser fits in shell-wear, their athletic fit fleeces run pretty trim and I think you should be safe with a Small.

5 5

Just arrived - love it.

My comment on fit: I'm 5-11, 195, wear a 46R coat, 16.5/34 dress shirt, 36-in waist. I bought an XL and am pleased with the fit as I expected it to be relatively form-fitting on me. It does hug my gut, but it fits correctly across the shoulders and chest. Sleeves are perfect when I have my thumbs through the thumb holes. Jacket torso is a tad long on me, but matches the length of my shell. Otherwise, very soft, very comfortable, very light, and very bright (birch green). I would recommend.

5 5

Great piece love mine

The Space Blue color is a bit muted from what appears on my monitor which is perfect. The high collar is floppy for sure but built that way for a reason. You can leave it a couple inches unzipped and it is not flopping open like you think. Keeps me warm. Cut is definately Euro or athletic and I sized up to a large. I have a Narvik Goretex jacket in medium that I where this under and nothing hangs out or under.

1 5

Not impressed

  • Gender: Male
  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

First of all, I have not used this jacket much, so I will edit og make a new review later. Have it in pop red sized XXL. It has a nice and slim fit, and feels warm. The problem is, it looses A LOT of fibers. Everything I touch gets red. Tried to wash it, and the clothes I washed afterwards had red burlings from the jacket. My jacket did not improve after the wash. I will try to wash it 2 more times, but if it does not improve, I will return it. I can not have a jacket that leaves so much red fibers on everything I get close to.

Update Feb 2013:
It is still the same, even after use and several times through the washer. My GTX shell gets lots of red fiber sticking on the inside after wearing this jacket underneath. I will return it, as I have other fleece jackets that does the job without leaving all those fibers. I would recommend Norr�na Lofoten instead, or Arcteryx Delta SV if the extra warmth is needed.

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Think you got a faulty product mate! I have had no shedding problems like you have mentioned. Maybe try another one, because this has been an amazing base for me or just a great jacket on those fair weather days.

4 5

Light, Warm and Athletic Style Fit

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

Great fleece so far, mostly positive things to say about it. I am 6'6" (thin) and picked up an XXL after wearing a similar Norrona product and finding an XL to be too small. Never wore an XXL in my life, but it does have a slim fit and I wanted room for a thicker sweater underneath. The neck is longer on this, with a little baggy-ness to it as well, but I do like this feature. However, the baggy-ness with me does tend to push the zipper portion in towards the neck, which I think I'm still trying to work out. If unzipped, the neck can also be pretty floppy, but it doesn't bother me at all. Overall, very warm for how light it is. I can see this jacket personally being worn down to 20 degrees or so with a light baselayer underneath assuming it isn't very windy, but these estimates are always a little different for everyone.

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I just wanted to add to my post, that if worn indoors, it can get a little toasty!

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