Norrøna introduced its Fall 2023 collection, featuring the Tamok Gore-Tex Performance Shell Jacket and Bib, a collapsible ski bag and an assortment of women’s ski touring pieces. The company also expanded its Trollveggen line for mountain rescue team use in collaboration with the Norwegian alpine rescue team.

“Pushing the limits of what’s possible in crafting the best quality gear while simultaneously integrating the most innovative, sustainable fabrics has been one of our foundational goals from the beginning,” said Norrøna CEO, Jørgen Jørgensen. “As a close partner of Gore-Tex, we were heavily involved in extensive testing of the new PFC-free Gore-Tex membrane, which passed our uncompromising, high test standards all while maintaining a lower environmental footprint. We have been pushing Gore-Tex to remove PFC since 2015, and we’re glad that this has finally been accomplished. The introduction of this new technology in the Tamok collection is an important step toward reaching our ambitious responsibility goals, which includes becoming carbon neutral by 2029.”

Tamok Expansion With ePE/PU Gore-Tex Membrane, for backcountry ski and snowboarding on deep powder, is made with a ePE/PU Gore-Tex membrane that is sustainable, waterproof, windproof, and breathable shell fabric.

  • Tamok Gore-Tex Performance Shell Jacket and Bib (M/W)
  • Tamok Gore-Tex Jacket (M/W)

Trollveggen Rescue Collection is divided into two categories—individual use and rescue wear. The only difference is that colors used in the rescue wear are more vivid and reserved exclusively for rescue teams and organizations.

  • Trollveggen Gore-Tex Pro Rescue Jacket and Pants (M)
  • Trollveggen Flex1 Rescue Pants (M)
  • Trollveggen Thermo100 Rescue Hood (M)

Tailored For Her
The Falketind and Lyngen assortments expand with ski touring pieces designed for women, including Norrøna’s first insulated skirt and pants for ski touring.

  • Falketind Thermo80 Skirt (W)
  • Lyngen Hiloflex200 Slim Pants (W)

Norrøna XL Ski Bag is made with 100 percent recycled polyester and carries two to four skis or one to two snowboards between 160 cm and 200 cm in length. Key features include water-resistant zippers, U-shaped zippered main compartment and large wheels to handle uneven terrain and snow.

Additional Expansions
The Lyngen, Lofoten, Tamok, and Senja collections see expansions with cold weather adventures on skis and foot. Also, a lineup of 100 percent merino wool beanies with Bluesign-approved 100 percent recycled brushed polyester fleece launching in F23.

For more product information, go here.

Photos courtesy Norrøna