Norrona Falketind Thermal Pro HighLoft Jacket - Women's

Norrona Falketind Thermal Pro HighLoft Jacket - Women's
Norrona Falketind Thermal Pro HighLoft Jacket - Women's
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Falketind Thermal Pro HighLoft Jacket - Women's by Norrona
At just under 10-ounces, the Norrona Women's Falketind Thermal Pro HighLoft Jacket boasts the highest warmth-to-weight ratio in their collection of all-season technical gear. Although lightweight, the Thermal Pro HighLoft's versatility makes it ideal for winter as a breathable midlayer or a durable weather-facing outer shell in warmer temperatures.Warmth and moisture transfers outside of the fabric when you need to cool down in the summer while the fast-drying qualities of fleece help to keep you warm in the cold. Plus, stretchy panels on the sides and underarms allow you to keep your optimum flexibility during all of your outdoor adventures.

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