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Norrona Tamok Gore-Tex Shell Jacket - Men's

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    7 Reviews


    Tame the wild.

    It's hard to have anything but a boat load of fun on a powder day, especially when you're wearing the Norrøna Men's Tamok Gore-Tex Shell Jacket. Designed for freeride and backcountry touring, the Tamok is equipped with a long, drop tail hem and military-inspired silhouette that makes it more than ideal for dropping cliffs, carving through trees, and arcing big turns. 

    More specifically, the Tamok is constructed with the Gore-Tex C-Knit fabric technology, which offers you waterproof protection and breathable performance—meaning you're well-protected from moisture and precipitation, while also maintaining sweat-free layers beneath the shell. Not to mention, the C-Knit backer portion of the technlogy is designed to wick away moisture and dry quickly, which again promotes a savory layering situation. However, should you begin to warm up, the zippered underarm vents and chest vent easily dump excess body heat. The powder skirt and internal wrist gaiters double down on your defense against errant snow and cold drafts, while the helmet-compatible hood is fully adjustable for a personalized fit and feel.

    • A hard-charging weather-proof jacket for backcountry touring
    • Waterproof, breathable Gore-Tex protects against precipitation
    • C-Knit backer wicks away moisture and dries quickly
    • Chest and underarm vents dump excess body heat quickly
    • Bevvy of pockets keep necessities close at hand
    • Internal cuffs with thumbholes double down on warmth
    • Powder skirt offers extra defense against flushed snow
    • Helmet-compatible hood is adjustable for a personalized fit
    • Drop tail hem assures extra coverage on deep days
    • Item #NRA007Q

    Tech Specs

    Gore-Tex C-Knit
    fully taped
    yes, helmet-compatible
    2 hand, 2 chest, 1 interior
    chest, underarm
    Powder Skirt
    yes, internal cuffs
    Claimed Weight
    28.92 oz
    Recommended Use
    backcountry touring, freeride
    Manufacturer Warranty
    5 years

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    Skirt/pants off but it keeps dancing.

      Overall, the waterproofness is excellent. The extras, like those hobo mits are great. Tons of pockets and two of them have an unbelievable construction. The good fits over the helmet just fine. Not much sideways hood turning for snowboarders though. Most of all, the jacket is long in the torso, which is very good at keeping snow out and looking freshly minted. The powder skirt is held in with a plastic zipper. Mine tore out on day 3. That’s the only drawback so far though and the length makes up for the flimsy pow skirt. I don’t own the zipper-compatible pants but you gotta wonder if my pants would have fallen down mid mountain when the zipper failed.

      High quality, but strange sizing

      • Familiarity: I returned this product before using it
      • Fit: Runs large
      • Size Bought: Medium
      • Height: 6'1"
      • Weight: 185lbs

      I was super excited about this jacket. I finally pulled the trigger on a high-end technical shell. The jacket has a high quality feel and all the zippers and pockets are sturdy. I liked that the pit zips are doubled up so you can open in either direction. The wrist gaiters are super comfortable. The powder skirt was very high quality and had great grip. A few staggered buttons allows for a few different sizes around the waist. I read a review that was complaining about shape of the cuffs, but I liked them. They are shorter at the wrist which probably helps keeps them clean in the long run. Definitely articulated shape that felt comfortable in the boarding position.

      The fit on the other hand was less than desirable. First, I could not hide my face behind the jacket, it wouldn't zip up high enough to cover my face. My helmet took up too much space, and I could only get it closed if I zipped it up below my chin. The length was at first a plus, but turned out a minus. The waist was too narrow for me to have full range of motion. I couldn't get comfortable in a snowboard stance, and difinitely couldn't get low on the board. The only way I could all around my board was to either unzip the bottom few inches, or to pull the jacket up and cinch it higher on my waist. It seemed a bit of a waste to have a longer shell just to pull it to the regular length for mobility. Also the bottom pockets are right at waist level. If you have anything say flask sized, its right at the perfect spot to bother you every time you bend over.
      I ended up sending it back for another jacket. I really wanted to like it, but it just didn't fit me as well as I wanted for the investment. If it was a $200 jacket I would have kept it. I recommend getting in full gear and moving around the yard a little bit before removing the tags. If you don't wear a helmet you probably can hide behind the shell zipped up, but the hood is DEEP and pretty much intended for a helmet.

      The Jacket is Great... Now we need snow

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

      This jacket... oh how wonderful it is. I have this jacket hanging in the corner of my room, fondly dreaming of the day I actually get to to use it. That Gore-tex C-Knit is really nice. This a bit of a new technology for them, but what it does is create a jacket that is completely waterproof and breathes really well, without having the crinkly sound that goes into Gore-Tex Pro jackets. Things I really like:

      Venting: its has two underarm vents, which it pretty standard nowadays. However, this jacket also has a nice big vent at the front of the jacket as well. Thats what that zip is on the check of the jacket, and what is open in my picture. Also, all the vents have the mesh in it, so its not just open air. Nice touch, Norrona.
      Waterproofing: Mentioned above, I love how its waterproof but not crinkly.
      Pockets: SOOO many pockets. Chest pockets, hip pockets, pockets under the hip pockets. Even arm pockets, which I never really asked for but seriously don't mind having.
      Fit: Like all the reviews have said, this runs long and big. Im 6'2, 180lbs, and I got the medium (I also like tighter fitting jackets). This is generally called the "scandavian fit". Im tall and thin, and this jacket is perfect for that.
      Internal hand cuff: They just feel nice, what can I say.

      Cons: ummm..... price? As of right now, that really seems to be the only downside. Don't get me wrong, its early, but I haven't found anything wrong with this jacket yet.

      If you have the cash, get this jacket. Plain and simple. I seriously can't wait to actually get this puppy on the skin track. Until then, I guess I'll keep having to treat it as an art piece in my room.

      The Jacket is Great... Now we need snow

      Super Cool Jacket.. but the hood

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
      • Fit: Runs large
      • Size Bought: Medium
      • Height: 5'9"
      • Weight: 160lbs

      Updated Dec 2017: I've used this at 8 different locations for two winters. Love the Jacket, but not the hood.
      I bought the camouflage special edition winter 16/17. I wanted something fresh. The urban/military style seems to be the future. The pocket design makes it far and above most jackets on the market period. The long vertical front cooling zip is useful.

      Hood could be way better.
      Hood is too deep and like a funnel when it's up - the opening is 7 inches in diameter. When hood is down it's is impossible to zip the front all the way up to your nose with mid-layers and balaclava. The neck circumference needs to be slightly wider too. To get any face/cheek coverage you have to unzip it about 3-4 inches - or it's sits completely under your chin.

      When the hood is up, you have to cinch it up tons to clear the side of the goggles to get good peripheral vision. It's cinched up so much the long cord flaps around the back and keeps hitting the hood if it's windy. Throw an Arcteryx style hood with three point adjustment on this baby and it will be the best jacket on the market.

      The hand gaiters are great keeping snow out, a superb feature.

      As with all Norrona products the cut is very taaall. I'm a 5'9" free ride snowboarder and although I do like the modern design/longer length in general, two inches shorter would make it more functional for snowboarders. The main zipper unzips from the bottom which helps.

      Overall though, the jacket is super super cool looking, Gore C-Knit seems to be breathable and protective. The pockets really are totally brilliant and are out of the way of pack shoulder straps and waist belt. I can't say enough about the near perfect pocket design.

      High price is a neg and the fit can be hit or miss.

      ARMS are ridiculously long

      • Familiarity: I returned this product before using it
      • Fit: Runs large
      • Size Bought: Med
      • Height: 5'9"
      • Weight: 175lbs

      Love it but sending back because the arms are REALLY long. I like non-fitted so I generally order a large... reading reviews I decided to order a Med - all was perfect except the arms are REALLY long... if I went with the large that would be out of control. Returning .... too bad ... love the quality.

      Top notch but long arms

      • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
      • Fit: Runs large
      • Size Bought: Large
      • Height: 6'1"
      • Weight: 190lbs

      Just got this jacket recently (also have the roldal insulated pant from Norrona). Love the jacket. pros: mesh lined vents, zip connect to pant, fleece chin, plenty of pockets, waterproof, stylish. cons: ordered a large but the arms were comically long on me. I read some reviews, and I know that norrona wants you to be able to raise your arms up without the jacket pulling up, but the sleeves were extending about 4-6 inches past my finger tips and it looked goofy if I bunched it all up. The length was quite long too, but that wasn't a deal breaker. The hood is definitely big, but I haven't had any issues with it. The wrist gators seem cheaply made/cut, but I don't use them, so it doesn't bother me.

      Overall great jacket, returned the large for a medium and it fits great. I'm of average build (and 6'1", 190lb) and I still have room for my layers underneath for cold days. I use this jacket up in AK for backcountry touring, resort riding, snowmachining, snowshoeing. you name it.


        Finally have a jacket that I love. Fit is free ride -long and slightly loose. Love all of the pockets and the front and side vents. The front vent definitely helps to drive airflow through the jacket. This jacket has the new c-knit gore. Having only used it at the resorts so far, I can say it is extremely comfortable and it's very easy to regulate temperature. Supposed to breathe up to 30% better than regular gore so excited to try wearing out touring.