Norrøna - Falketind Gore-Tex Jacket - Hardshell jacket

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Attributes & features
Suitable for:
Design:
Hardshell jacket
Material:
Gore-Tex 3L (41% polyester; 35% polyamide; 24% polytetrafluoroethylene)
Sealed seams:
yes
Closure:
Front zip
Pockets:
2 front zip pockets; 1 inside zip pocket
Hood:
yes (helmet-compatible; adjustable; with brim)
Weight:
498 g (medium size)
Dimensions:
XS-XXL
Extras:
Drawstring on the seam; adjustable sleeve cuffs
Item No.:
002-0836
Product description
Light enough for summer and durable enough for winter, the Norrona Men's Falketind Gore-Tex Jacket stands up to any weather you face when you go climbing, hiking, camping, backpacking, skiing, or snowboarding. Its Gore-Tex 3-layer shell gives this jacket guaranteed waterproof protection to keep you dry in unexpected rain storms in the summer and snowy conditions at the ski resort. Despite its waterproof protection, this jacket remains incredibly breathable and air permeable to keep you comfortable when the sun pokes out during your alpine ascent. Norrona added an interlock knit lining for extra comfort so you can cozy up at each belay stance.

A slightly short cut accommodates your harness and backpack so you don't feel so bulky while you play on the mountain. The Falketind also features long underarm zippers for ventilation so you stay dry when you're working up a sweat. Its hood leaves room for a helmet. Water-resistant zippers help keep water out in places most jackets fail. Asymmetric cuffs stay off your hands while you climb, and both the cuffs and the hem are adjustable so you can seal out the elements when it gets a bit chilly.

  • Gore-Tex 3-layer membrane, fully taped seams
  • Interlock knit lining
  • Slightly shorter cut
  • Long underarm vents
  • Helmet-compatible, adjustable storm hood
  • Water-resistant zippers
  • Asymmetric cuffs with hook-and-loop closure
  • Drawcord at hem
  • Backcountry.com is the exclusive US retailer for Norrona products
Sure, thin, lightweight tights offer plenty of freedom to move, but sometimes on a truly-chilly day, you want a thicker fleece tight. That's where the Norrøna Women's Trollveggen Warm2 Stretch Tight comes in. Thicker, midweight fleece is stretch-knit for both warmth and mobility, and perspiration is still free to evaporate away. Layer this tight under shell pants for skiing, boarding, or mountaineering, or wear it alone for cool-weather climbing.
  • Backcountry.com is the exclusive US retailer for Norrøna products

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Question from Vanja | Basel
01.12.2016
Ist die Jacke Rucksacktauglich? (Abrieb)

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by Björn helpful

Robust ist anders

Nicht die Jacke der Wahl wenn diese was aushalten soll. Die in der Produktbeschreibung aufgeführte Robustheit ist ein Witz. Nach einem Einsatz im Schnee, vom Ski tragen oder was auch immer, schon das erste Loch.

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Question from Jörg | Lauterbach - Wallenrod
22.02.2016
Ist die Jacke auch für den Sommer geeignet?

Hallo ist die Jacke auch im Sommer zum wandern in den bergen in höhen von 1500 bis 2000 geeignet? einfach über einem shirt.

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Marc | Mainz
01.03.2016 15:11

Meiner Meinung nach schon! Die Jacke ist leicht und sehr dünn, dennoch wasser- und winddicht! Hard-Shell eben.

Marc | Potsdam
06.10.2016 08:33

Kann ich nur bestätigen.
Meine Erfahrungen mit der Jacke sind durchweg positiv. Sowohl im Sommer als auch im Winter nutzbar und robust genug um dem Alltag und auch Kollisionen mit Büschen und Hauswänden stand zu halten. Gegen Schnitte von scharfen Skikanten ist glaube ich keine Hadrshell gefeit...

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