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Norrona - Trollveggen Thermal Pro Fleece Jacket - Men's

Norrona Trollveggen Thermal Pro Fleece Jacket - Men's

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$107.40 Original price:$179.00
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Item #NRA008B




Tech Specs

Polartec Thermal Pro
Fleece Weight:
Center Back Length:
[medium] 29in
1 zippered chest, 2 zippered hand
Claimed Weight:
1lb 1.6oz
Recommended Use:
climbing, casual, hiking & camping
Manufacturer Warranty:
5 years

Trollveggen Thermal Pro Fleece Jacket

From climbing at favorite sport crag to a chilly afternoon hike, the Norrona Men's Trollveggen Thermal Pro Fleece Jacket offers active warmth. Polartec Thermal Pro fabric makes this jacket the most flexible fleece with the highest warmth-to-weight ratio in Norrona's collection. With exceptional strength and flexibility, the Trollveggen Fleece is ideal for climbing and other outdoor activities. The stylish retro design features a warm, weather protective collar and a contrast zippered chest pocket. Integrated hand gaiters help seal out drafts so you can move freely without worrying about getting chilled.

  • A durable and warm fleece for climbing and other outdoor pursuits
  • Polartec Thermal Pro provides excellent warmth-to-weight ratio
  • Tall collar protects against weather
  • Zippered pockets keep essentials secure
  • Integrated hand gaiters help seal out drafts

Great Fleece

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
  • Fit: True to size
  • Size Bought: XL

I now have two of these things, not sure why. I wear XL and the fit is fairly accurate, and they are very comfortable as a light jacket or a layer in the system. The colors on the other hand are a bit off, maybe we should call them muted. I have the Cold Black which is gray and Arednalin which is a funny orange/ red color.

They are not wind resistant but with a shell do what they are supposed to do. I managed to trash one of the zippers, Norrona fixed it no charge. I am a bit of a gear snob and the smashed bird brand is what I wear exclusively for climbing till I needed a pair of gor tex bibs/ pant for climbing in Scotland. I now have several pieces of Norrona gear and they have held up well and as I stated above, my fault and Norrona fixed it.
I live in the PNW and have been using synthetic puff jackets for insulation ( light, pack well and if wrung out will still keep you warm after a fashion) This fleece does fairly well when wet and body heat will dry things out a bit faster than puffs. More bulky so a trade off at times.

After wearing these things ( Noronna gear in general) in some really bad weather and rough climbing I would say the gear competes with the Big Guys for performance, wear and price.

Super Fleece

  • Fit: Runs small
  • Size Bought: large

Love the actual more muted or toned down blue color vs the bright Olympian Blue shown in the pic. Its hard to describe but kind of an indigo blue steel that had a child with a brighter Olympia Blue. Way more classy color than the pic here on BC.
So fit wise at 5'11" in my socks and 170lbs with a 34 waist and in my 60's. Have a bit broader shoulders and longer arms so I chose a large over the medium which was a tailored painted on fit that would be used solely as a layering piece. The large still tailored down through the hips was just a better all around fit and still looks svelte.
So I have gone this route before to use under my Norrona GTX Lofoten shell and its great for in bounds but prolly not going to aggressively hike with it very much. It creates warmth but its not windproof. That's why I wear a small pack and carry a different insulation or wind blocking mid layer to swap out. Really a nice piece though and glad to have it in the clothing quiv.

Soft cozy warm technical fleece

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

6ft, 165lbs and I purchased a medium in grey. Overall great fit for me with a slightly fitted cut with generous sleeve and body length. Enough space for a few base layers. Feels well made like an arcteryx item.

Colors shown are inaccurate.

  • Fit: Runs small
  • Size Bought: small

While the quality and fit of this seemed awesome, I was really disappointed that the colors shown are so far from what the actual jacket looks like. I ordered the "cool black" and "adrenaline," which looks like a dark grey jacket with bright red accents on the site. The actual jacket is light grey with dull orange accents. Sent it back immediately.

Excellent fleece

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

I have owned a variety of fleece products from Mt. Hardwear, Patagonia, Arcteryx and others. This fleece is a little heavier than average but very high quality. I was warm with a short sleeve shirt and the Norrona on a 35 degree day. High neck and hand pockets make this a go-to jacket for the fall.

Warm and Light...

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
  • Fit: True to size
  • Size Bought: Medium

I've got several Norrona fleeces in nearly every weight...They fit me well (slender Scandinavian cut) and the quality and duarbility keeps me coming back, despite attempts to mix up other brands. I prefer fleece to down for midlayers and this is my goto fleece for cold days, akin to Patagonia R4, but feels lighter and is still very flexible. The wrist cuffs also reduce the bulk at the cuff underneath the shell and the different material on the shoulder helps prevent any bulking when I wear a pack. It's held up to well to several washes without pilling.

Pros: Warm, light and flexible

Cons: None so far - but I love nearly everything these guys make as it just fits me well.

Trollveggen Thermal Pro Jacket

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    Men's Apparel

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    5ft 7in - 5ft 10in

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