Norrona Trollveggen Down750 Jacket - Women's


EUR 449.00

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Manufacturer's Description

This is our warmest down jacket. It is made for ice-cold bivouacs during challenging climbs and other high-mountain activity, but will also serve as your favourite winter city jacket. Features include a high insulation-to- weight ratio, European down of high quality, PrimaLoft® in critical spots to keep the cold from sneaking in, and a durable outer fabric in recycled polyester. Easy to compress in Packable pocket™.

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Here's what other sites are saying:

Planning on spending extended periods in icy-cold weather' Better also plan on having the Norrona Trollveggen 750 Women's Down Jacket with you. It's Norrona's warmest, with ethically raised and harvested 750-fill European down packed inside of a recycled downproof polyester shell and topped off with strategically placed PrimaLoft Gold synthetic insulation to resist moisture and packing out. The wire-brimmed storm hood and hem seal up with single-hand drawcords to keep you draft-free when you're belaying, hanging out at basecamp, or bivying for the night. The soft chin guard prevents irritation, which is the last thing you need when you're in a rugged spot. When you're not wearing it, pack the Trollveggen safely into its own pocket for storage and hit the road to your next adventure.


Norrona Women's Trollveggen Down750 Jacket

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