Lyngen GORE-TEX INFINIUM Down850 Hooded Jacket - Men's by Norrona
Designed with backcountry skiing in mind, the Norrona Lyngen Gore-Tex Infinium Down850 Hooded Jacket is a versatile insulating piece that's also ready for multi-season climbing, mountaineering expeditions, and everyday use in cold winter climates. Filled with lots of lightweight yet ultra-warm 850-fill down, this jacket is outfitted with a Gore-Tex Infinium shell, delivering a soft and comfortable feel with windproof and highly water-repellent protection from the elements, which means that all that insulation won't get soaked at the first sight of snowy weather. This fabric is also highly breathable, which you'll love when you're touring or hiking on frosty mornings. You've got a storm hood that'll fit neatly over a climbing helmet or similarly-sized ski helmet, as well as simple hem adjustments and elastic cuffs to keep out the cold. Two hand pockets and a single chest pocket keep small gear and snacks close by when you're far from home.
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Norrona Lyngen GORE-TEX INFINIUM Down850 Hooded Jacket - Men's
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