Thursday, 14 May 2015

tested: Norrøna - fjørå flex1 Shorts & aero100 Jacket

It is time to transcribe something about the newest fjørå clothing by Norrøna. I received plenty of inquiries and mails about this particular mountain bike clothing lately.

To answer all the questions precisely, I have to say that (again) Norrøna knows how to make stylish but highly efficient gear. I had the chance to ride the flex1 Shorts as well as the aero100 Jacket through mud, rain and wind and became a big fan.

Why? Because it is the faultless combination of hardwearing but light materials as well as the distinctive cut that makes you feel endangered at any time. A great companion for daily training trips as you can sense the attributes and the thoughts that went into this line. All adding up with the one-of-a-kind Norrøna style. What more can you ask for?

 A stylish match. The fjørå flex1 Shorts with the aero100 Jacket.

Fjørå is a part of the eastern Norddal, a municipality in Møre og Romsdal county, Norway.

Great venting options on the sides. I liked the long side zippers on the flex1 Shorts. Great flexibility!

Proper front pockets that fit money, phone or a GoPro.

A tiny feature that sticks out on every Norrøna product I used - Extremely stress-free zippers. Easy to use while riding.

Shinning star. The blue and green of the aero100 Jacket go well together.

Functional Mountain bike clothing doesnt need to look boring.

Viking is watching.

The practical back pocket of the aero 100 jacket. You can store light stuff or wrap the jacket in it.

Windproof and highly breathable - Quality Workmanship straight outta Hvalstad.

Proper style. Well played on the colours.

The fjørå line in it's expected milieu.

Tough as wood.

No compromise. Just style!

Tune of the day: eMC - The Monologue

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