Norrøna Falketind Windstopper Hybrid Softshell Jacket - Women's

Wind be gone.

When the wind starts to howl, break out the Norrona Women's Falketind Windstopper Hybrid Softshell Jacket to keep biting winds at bay. Great for hiking, backcountry touring, and long approaches, the jacket features a stretch softshell fabric at the back and underarms and is reinforced with Gore Windstopper at the hood, arms, and chest. The combination of these two fabrics make the jacket comfortable, breathable, and windproof where you need it. Features on the jacket include a fixed storm hood, x-open underarm ventilation zips,and hand and chest pockets.

  • Gore Windstopper softshell
  • Regular fit
  • Underarm vents
  • Storm hood
  • Hook-and-loop adjustable cuffs
  • YKK water-resistant zipper
  • Zippered hand a chest pockets
  • Reviews
  • Q & A

Awesome go to jacket

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times
  • Fit: True to size
  • Size Bought: small

Love the color, fit and style of this jacket. It's soft material is great, and the fit is flattering - even for a tech jacket. Hot chili looks super cool, especially contrasted with the navy/purple. Would definitely recommend for a shell over a lightweight fleece.

Techny with comfort

  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
  • Fit: True to size
  • Size Bought: small

I have yet to wear this in the elements but I have first impressions. It has an extremely buttery feel and stretch that makes this soft shell very comfortable. It has Gore Wind stopper membrane that is great for freedom when moving. I am excited to try this on a spring day on the ski hill as well as a chilly morning climbing. I love the Hot Chili color!

How far does the hood come over your head? Does it have a little bit of a "visor" section? Does it just come up to your forehead/hairline or is it good coverage? For example like the hood on item# NRA0159, which if you watch the video is what I am looking for. Thank you anyone who can help!

Best Answer

Norrona has a video of the jacket here:

Thank you so much Marius, this helps a ton!