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falketind PrimaLoft100 Hood Jacket (W)

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A light and packable insulated hooded jacket for all season use for women. This windproof insulation garment can be worn alone, or in combination with an outer jacket. The PrimaLoft™100 provides good insulation even when it´s wet, and has a higher warmth-to-weight ratio than fleece. Compress into a Packable Pocket. Above harness hand warming pockets, Polartec® Power Stretch® cuffs, warm and weather protective hood, and one hand elastic adjustment in hem.

  • Windproofness4
  • Insulation4
  • Breathability4
  • Durability2
  • Light weight5
  • Stretch2
  • Warmth to weight ratio6

Made for

General outdoor use

Other areas of use

Trekking, Expedition, Ski touring, Casual use, Mountaineering, Glacier walking, Skiing and snowboard, Glacier walking

Weight 376 gr. | Model nr. 3346-15
    • Fabrick Open

      PrimaLoft Silver is the new performance standard in fine denier, high loft continuous filament insulation and features superior compressibility, softness and product consistency for maximum warmth and comfort. Silver 100 weighs 100 grams per square meter.

    • Fabrick Open

      Machine wash gentle cycle (40°C /104℉). Tumble dry lightly at low temperature. Iron at maximum 110°C, but should not be necessary. Can be dry cleaned. Do not bleach. Do not use fabric softener.

      Washing and product care

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This jacket has the same insulation rating (4) as the Lyngen lightweight down 750 jacket.  The Lyngen one looks much bulkier and warmer - are they really about the same warmth level? Which of the two would you recommend for casual use in the mountains?

Asked by: Allie
Hi Alli, I have both and can confirm that the lyngen lightweight down is a bit warmer than this jacket. The other difference is that the Lyngen jacket is down and this one is primaloft. I use the lyngen lightweight most in the winter, and also use the lyngen lightweight down for skiing when the temperatures are low. Skied in the lyngen lightweight in -20 this weekend, and was not cold. I use the primaloft jacket more in fall and in spring here in Norway. So my recommendation would be the lyngen lightweight, but the primaloft would also work. Best regards, Jens Norrøna Fan Support
Answered by: Jenski
Date published: 2017-01-20
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