Robert Caspersen's top picks

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Read this article for Robert’s top picks from Norrøna for his return to Patagonia: http://www.norrona.com/en-GB/Magazine/Roberts-top-picks-from-Norrona/

Read this article for Robert’s top picks from Norrøna for his return to Patagonia: http://www.norrona.com/en-GB/Magazine/Roberts-top-picks-from-Norrona/

In Patagonia you need to be prepared for all types of weather. You must expect strong winds. The temperatures vary a lot both from day to day and with your position and altitude.  Read this article for Robert’s top picks from Norrøna: http://www.norrona.com/en-GB/Magazine/Roberts-top-picks-from-Norrona/

In Patagonia you need to be prepared for all types of weather. You must expect strong winds. The temperatures vary a lot both from day to day and with your position and altitude. Read this article for Robert’s top picks from Norrøna: http://www.norrona.com/en-GB/Magazine/Roberts-top-picks-from-Norrona/

On basic climbs, I use the falketind 30L pack, a super light and clean pack with no extra fuss. Buy it here: http://www.norrona.com/en-GB/Products/3690-14/7718/falketind-pack-30l/

On basic climbs, I use the falketind 30L pack, a super light and clean pack with no extra fuss. Buy it here: http://www.norrona.com/en-GB/Products/3690-14/7718/falketind-pack-30l/

For the cold times at the belay, resting, bivouacking and just in case of emergency, I bring a nice and thick lyngen down750. This insulation jacket is the best combination of good warmth, and low weight and volume. Buy it here: http://www.norrona.com/en-GB/Products/3170-12/2275/lyngen-down750-jacket-m/

For the cold times at the belay, resting, bivouacking and just in case of emergency, I bring a nice and thick lyngen down750. This insulation jacket is the best combination of good warmth, and low weight and volume. Buy it here: http://www.norrona.com/en-GB/Products/3170-12/2275/lyngen-down750-jacket-m/

On most of the climbs in Patagonia I  bring two insulated jackets, one thin primaloft and a thicker down jacket. The lyngen primaloft60 is a very compact and light insulation garment. I can wear it either on top of or under my shell jacket, which makes it very versatile. I often end up climbing with this jacket on cold days. I never leave home without it!  Buy it here: www.norrona.com/en-GB/Products/3154-12/6741/lyngen-primaloft60-jacket-m/

On most of the climbs in Patagonia I bring two insulated jackets, one thin primaloft and a thicker down jacket. The lyngen primaloft60 is a very compact and light insulation garment. I can wear it either on top of or under my shell jacket, which makes it very versatile. I often end up climbing with this jacket on cold days. I never leave home without it! Buy it here: www.norrona.com/en-GB/Products/3154-12/6741/lyngen-primaloft60-jacket-m/

If it rains, snows heavily or the weather just picks up more, I put on my bitihorn dri1 jacket on top of the bitihorn aero60. This is another thin, superlight garment, which in addition is waterproof. Buy it here: http://www.norrona.com/en-GB/Products/4304-12/7765/bitihorn-dri1-jacket-m/

If it rains, snows heavily or the weather just picks up more, I put on my bitihorn dri1 jacket on top of the bitihorn aero60. This is another thin, superlight garment, which in addition is waterproof. Buy it here: http://www.norrona.com/en-GB/Products/4304-12/7765/bitihorn-dri1-jacket-m/

On the approaches I most often wear a bitihorn aero60 jacket for weather protection. This is one of my favourite garments ever; a thin superlight, breathable and simple windbreaker, and usually I just keep it on as an additional layer under whatever other jackets I might put on top later. If the weather stays perfect I will often do most of the climb only in this jacket.  Buy it here: http://www.norrona.com/en-GB/Magazine/Roberts-top-picks-from-Norrona/

On the approaches I most often wear a bitihorn aero60 jacket for weather protection. This is one of my favourite garments ever; a thin superlight, breathable and simple windbreaker, and usually I just keep it on as an additional layer under whatever other jackets I might put on top later. If the weather stays perfect I will often do most of the climb only in this jacket. Buy it here: http://www.norrona.com/en-GB/Magazine/Roberts-top-picks-from-Norrona/

Robert explains: svalbard flex1 pants is the one pair of pants for everything! I use it for hiking, alpine skiing (it fits over my randonné boots), ice climbing and mountaineering, and all general outdoor activities. This is a medium heavy soft shell, very durable and with good weather protection.  Buy them here: http://www.norrona.com/en-GB/Magazine/Roberts-top-picks-from-Norrona/

Robert explains: svalbard flex1 pants is the one pair of pants for everything! I use it for hiking, alpine skiing (it fits over my randonné boots), ice climbing and mountaineering, and all general outdoor activities. This is a medium heavy soft shell, very durable and with good weather protection. Buy them here: http://www.norrona.com/en-GB/Magazine/Roberts-top-picks-from-Norrona/

Profesional climber Robert Caspersen works closely with us at Norrøna to further our product developement and ensure that our products keep the highest quality and perform under the toughest conditions.

Profesional climber Robert Caspersen works closely with us at Norrøna to further our product developement and ensure that our products keep the highest quality and perform under the toughest conditions.


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