Norrona Falketind Warm1 Fleece Jacket - Men's

Norrona Falketind Warm1 Fleece Jacket - Men's
Norrona Falketind Warm1 Fleece Jacket - Men's
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Falketind Warm1 Fleece Jacket - Men's by Norrona
Lots of jackets try to win you over with gadgets and technology, but the Norrona Falketind Warm1 Men's Fleece Jacket is a little bit different--preferring simple, thoughtful design to eye-catching bells and whistles. The whole package is made of recycled Polartec Thermal Pro fleece, which has a top-shelf warmth-to-weight ratio, and features strategic Polartec Power Stretch panels and wrist gaiters for easy movement when you're skiing, climbing, or hiking. The pockets are compatible with packs and harnesses, and the neck zips up high to block wind and seal in heat--simple, effective, and awesome.

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SKU: NRA009J
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