Dyngja is an everyday down jacket in a boxy, unisex fit. Inspired by a beloved vintage design, updated colors and materials make it perfect for the present.
Dyngja is a collection of high-quality 800 fill-power down garments that are extremely lightweight. The collection is inspired by classic 66°North down products originally designed in the early 2000s. It features a jacket, coat and a vest in a variety of colors. All these Dyngja garments are designed for the daily city life, as well as the occasional outdoor adventures during cold winters.
Dyngja Cropped is a puffy cropped down jacket and a new addition to the Dyngja collection. The collection is inspired by classic 66°North down products originally designed in the early 2000s. The Dyngja garments are designed for daily life in the city, as well as the occasional outdoor adventures during cold winters.
Dyngja Cropped Down Jacket will be available in white as a special edition later this fall. Sign up at the 66ºNorth Club to get notified.
Dyngja Special Edition
Dyngja SE is insulated with premium down which contains a blend of goose and duck white recycled down with 700 fill power.
The recycled down is reclaimed from used clothing and bedding, diverting waste from landfills and extending the lifecycle of the natural filling. Cleaning, sterilizing and processing methods used for recycled down are nearly identical to the ones employed for virgin down, granting a final product with first-rate standards in cleanliness and performance. The shell fabric is protected with Teflon™ fabric protector which resists soil, stains, and spills.
Insulation & Shell
800 fill-power down and extremely lightweight
Dyngja is filled with 90% duck down & 10% feathers and the down has 800 fill-power insulating qualities. The duck down's quality is underlined by the fact that it originates from Germany, where the production and the end-product are VET certified.
The jacket has a detachable hood and a drawcord for added adjustment. Dyngja has 3 pockets, two zipped front pockets and one zipped inside pockets. Dual slider front zipper for added comfortability and snapped down wind flap.
100% recycled nylon with water-repellent qualities. Made from pre-consumer waste fibers and discards from weaving mills. Recycled nylon gives a second life to waste material from industrial processes that would have otherwise been downcycled, downgraded or landfilled.
Using recycled nylon also lessens petroleum extractions and carbon gas emissions, saving energy and water in the production process.
Designed and proven in Iceland
16 years of style
The style of the Dyngja Down Jacket is based on a puffer jacket that we started producing in 2005. The down jacket was called Laugavegur and is a popular style on second-hand markets in Iceland.
Laugavegur Down Jacket
Fill power is a measurement of the amount of space one ounce of down will occupy in cubic inches when allowed to reach its maximum loft.
For example, one ounce of 800 fill power goose down will loft to 800 cubic inches. So 800 fill power will 'bloom' or 'loft' higher than 700 fill power. The higher the fill power the larger the down cluster. Larger down clusters will loft higher; stay softer, last longer and provide better warmth.
The higher the fill power the larger the down clusters.
The larger the down cluster the higher the quality.
The higher the quality the longer it will retain its loft and firmness.
The larger the down cluster the more air it traps.
The larger the down cluster the higher it will loft.
The larger the down cluster the better the insulating power.
The larger the down cluster the lighter the down jacket.
Fit, Care and Warranty
Dyngja Down Jacket, along with all 66°North products, is fully warranted against defects in materials and workmanship. If the product fails due to a manufacturing defect, we will repair the product without charge, replace it or credit it at our discretion.
The down jacket is designed in an oversized unisex fit.
When washing, wash separately in a washing machine at 30°C with liquid soap specifically intended for down. Make sure all the zippers and snaps are closed. Do not use fabric softener or detergents that contain bleach or stain remover. After washing, the jacket should be dried in a low setting with a tennis ball (or something that beats the down).
After about an hour in the dryer, it is recommended to turn the garment over. The total drying process can take up to approx. two to four hours, depending on the garment size.