Norgi Top (Norwegian Army Shirt)
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Norgi Top (Norwegian Army Shirt)

Product Ref: 00009.   Military Style - New
(3 reviews)
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  • Polo neck with zip
  • Button fastening on cuffs
  • Towelling effect on inner for better heat retention
  • Versatile for wearing on its own or as part of layered clothing
  • Approx weight of size L is 440g.
This is a good quality replica of the original British Army version of the classic Norwegian Army Shirt - commonly referred to as a "Norgi Top". Made from 100% cotton, it is extremely durable and very comfortable to wear. Looped cotton or "towelling" on the inside allows more air to be held close to the body, meaning body heat is retained much more effectively.

The original is commonly worn as a mid-layer in cold conditions, but can be worn alone next to skin depending on temperature. The top features a zip collar, as well as cuffs with buttons that allow the sleeves to be rolled up. Both help with easy regulation of body temperature.

Suitable for military use, camping, hiking, layering in winter, casual fashion wear, as well as many other outdoor activities.

XS suitable for approx 36" chest
Small suitable for approx 38" chest
Medium suitable for approx 40" chest
Large suitable for approx 42" chest
XL suitable for approx 44" chest
2XL suitable for approx 46" chest
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Further Information
Further Information
  • 100% cotton
  • Polo neck with zip
  • Button fastening on cuffs
  • Towelling effect on inner for better heat retention
  • Versatile for wearing on its own or as part of layered clothing
  • XS suitable for approx 36" chest
  • Small suitable for approx 38" chest
  • Medium suitable for approx 40" chest
  • Large suitable for approx 42" chest
  • XL suitable for approx 44" chest
  • 2XL suitable for approx 46" chest
This is a good quality replica of the original British Army version of the classic Norwegian Army Shirt - commonly referred to as a "Norgi Top". Made from 100% cotton, it is extremely durable and very comfortable to wear. Looped cotton or "towelling" on the inside allows more air to be held close to the body, meaning body heat is retained much more effectively.
The original is commonly worn as a mid-layer in cold conditions, but can be worn alone next to skin depending on temperature. The top features a zip collar, as well as cuffs with buttons that allow the sleeves to be rolled up. Both help with easy regulation of body temperature.
Suitable for military use, camping, hiking, layering in winter, casual fashion wear, as well as many other outdoor activities.
Approx weight of size L is 440g.
Q & A's
Q & A's
Q: Do you have these shirts in a crew neck style instead of a zip neck?
A: No sorry, they are only available in the zip neck style.
Reviews (any views expressed are solely those of the reviewer)
Reviews
Norge top
Brilliant tops had one for mid layer for fishing in winter under a hoodie warm as toast
Pros: none
Cons: none
Would recommend: Yes
Reviewed by Brian in Dungeness kent

Excellent product
Good warm, comfortable shirt, has been washed and didn't shrink and recovered well from the experience. Well worth the money it would seem. Will buy another.
Pros: Comfortable, Warm
Cons: Can't see any
Sizing: Feels about right
Would recommend: Yes
Reviewed by Hondo in Wolverhampton.

Norgi Top
High quality item that suggests long wear life.Fits well and comfortable. Will be buying more once further experience gained
Pros: As above
Cons: None readily apparent.
Would recommend: Yes
Reviewed by Roger Plumtree in Wiltshire