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Heading to Norway soon? This gem of a destination is becoming popular with TFG readers; find out what to add to your Norway packing list based on their recommendations!


Packing List for Norway in Every Season



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From lush, green fjords to bustling cities to ski slopes, Norway is an absolutely stunning destination. But because there are so many different things to explore and the weather can change drastically from season to season, you’ll need to make sure your packing list is on point so you can enjoy your trip to the fullest. 

No matter the season, be sure to continuously check weather reports leading up to your trip, as the weather in Norway can be quite unpredictable year-round. Layering is key! Additionally, many Norwegian cities are compact and walkable, and there are so many incredible nature spots to explore, so comfortable and durable walking shoes are a must. Be sure to check sites like, to determine the climate for the timing of your trip.

When it comes to what to pack for a trip to Norway, Scandinavian countries like this are very casual and minimal yet polished. Think chic, well-tailored pieces in neutral colors, but sporty attire is totally acceptable, especially because you’ll no doubt be doing some adventuring in nature!  


These seasonal packing lists cover all the bases for your exciting travels to Norway! 




Longsleeve 1 | Sweater | Thermal Top | Longsleeve 2 | Leggings | Jacket 1 | Jacket 2 | Pants | Backpack | Scarf | Shoes | Boots


What to Pack for Norway in the Spring


Temperatures in the spring typically range from the 30s-40s ℉ (-1 to 4℃). You’ll feel spring earlier if you’re in the South, but in the North, it’ll still be quite cold.

 No matter where in Norway you are, springtime is chilly, and the weather can change quickly throughout the day. You should be prepared for sun, rain, and even snow! 

Warm layers, waterproof shoes, and a waterproof jacket are a must so you can comfortably explore the blossoming fruit trees, gorgeous, sunny landscapes, and rushing waterfalls from all the melting snow! 




Quince Cashmere Crewneck Sweater: Sizes XS-XL


Tops for Spring


To stay comfy in the spring, you’ll want to pack sweaters and long-sleeve shirts. Cashmere and merino wool sweaters are ideal, as they’re lightweight, easy to pack, and great for layering both underneath a jacket and over a t-shirt or thermal. 

A simple crewneck sweater like Quince’s cashmere sweater is a reader-approved pick, as it’s simple and chic, durable, and versatile.




Uniqlo Extra Fine Turtleneck Sweater: Sizes XXS-XXL


When discussing what to wear in Norway in the winter, readers highly vouch for merino wool. The material is temperature-regulating, so it’ll keep you nice and warm but won’t overheat you if the sun comes out or you work up a sweat on a hike. Plus, the moisture-wicking and anti-odor properties make them the perfect travel pieces to wear over and over while staying fresh. 

Readers particularly love the Uniqlo fine merino wool turtleneck, which has a slim and flattering fit and an ultra-versatile look. Wear it on a nature walk or out to dinner!




Lululemon City Sleek Wide Leg Pants: Sizes 24-33


Bottoms for Spring


For bottoms, you’ll want sturdy, warm pants that are still breathable. Readers recommend pants that can handle both rugged nature treks and city breaks, like the TFG-fave Lululemon City Sleek Utilitech pants. These gems don’t just look great on, but their functional fabric is stretchy, soft, and quick-drying, so they won’t be uncomfortable if you experience a bit of rain!


We’ve found the best travel pants for women, and our readers agree! 




Baleaf Fleece Lined Leggings: Sizes XS-3X


Leggings are always a go-to with readers when their travels entail lots of walking and sporty activities, and these Baleaf leggings are not just sleek and easy to style, but are lined with fleece! Fleece-lined leggings are the perfect option for staying warm in chilly spring weather without the need for bulky or heavy pants.




Eddie Bauer Charly Jacket
Sizes: Regular XS-XXL | Petite XS-XL | Tall S-XXL | Plus 1X-3X


Jackets for Spring


Spring is definitely the most unpredictable season when it comes to the weather, and rain showers can be expected on any given day, so be sure to have a waterproof jacket on hand.  

A lot of readers suggest bringing a packable umbrella with you, especially if you’ll be strolling around the city, but if you want to keep hands-free, then opt for a rain jacket with a sturdy, adjustable hood. 

The Eddie Bauer Charly jacket is well-loved by readers for its cute style and functional details. Readers say it has a nice shape that can be enhanced with the drawstrings at the waist, the hood is comfortable and protective, and it’s super cozy and breathable.




ibex Women’s Wool Aire Down Jacket | Sizes from XS-XL


A packable puffer jacket is another great pick for springtime.

Readers like ibex’s merino wool puffer, which has a slim, feminine fit with an elasticized hood and cuffs to keep out the cold. It’s lightweight and packs into its own little pocket, so if the sun starts shining and you don’t need to wear it, you won’t have to lug a big jacket around! 




Merrell Moab 3 Hiking Shoes


Shoes for Spring


You’ll definitely be doing a ton of walking in Norway, so when it comes to shoes, comfort is the priority. Choose a pair that offers plenty of support and is sturdy enough for whatever terrain you may encounter.

And because of the likelihood of rain, your shoes should ideally be waterproof and have excellent traction. Packing hiking boots that are sturdy like the Merrell Moab 3 will cover the terrain you might encounter and is waterproof, but the shoe still has a cute look. 

If you aren’t doing a lot of outdoor activities, readers love the Allbirds Wool Runner Mizzles, because not only are they waterproof and excellent in rain or even snow, but they’re also made with a merino wool blend that’s warm, breathable, and odor-resistant. 


We’ve checked out the best womens orthopedic shoes that not only look stylish but will have your feet thanking you!




Ecco Modtray Water Resistant Anke Boot


You also can’t go wrong with a pair of solid waterproof leather boots. They’ll keep your feet warm and will feel nice and sturdy as you stroll around town admiring the architecture, eating yummy food, and doing some shopping! 

Readers love the Ecco Modtray boots because they’re stylish, high quality, and water-resistant; plus, you can walk in them for miles and miles.




Longsleeve | Tank | Cardigan | Tee | Joggers | Dress 1 | Dress 2 | Pants | Bag | Hat | Shoes | Sandals


What to Pack for Norway in the Summer


You can expect summer temps in Norway to range from the high 60s to the low 70s ℉ (15 to 21℃), though temps can dip to the low 60s in inland cities or rise to the mid-80s F if you’re visiting up north. 

With long days and short (or even nonexistent) nights, summer in Norway is the perfect time to get out into nature and do some exploring, from hiking to sailing to swimming. But don’t miss out on the city sightseeing, either! 

Casual, adventure-ready clothes like jeans or leggings and simple tees are perfect for a Norway packing list summer edition, with a packable jacket or sweatshirt for the evenings.




Unbound Merino V-Neck T-Shirt | Sizes XS-XL


Tops for Summer


Sunshine and warmer temps mean you should pack light and breathable tops. Simple, durable t-shirts or merino wool tees will be the most versatile, as they can be used for sporty activities or casual sightseeing days and then dressed up for dinner. 

For a high-performance top that still manages to look sleek and casually cute, look to the Unbound Merino short sleeve tee. It’s functional and lightweight yet can hack hiking or more. All while having a classic, flattering fit. 




J.Crew Perfect-fit Long Sleeve T-Shirt | Sizes XXS-3X


For chillier summer days and evenings when the temps dip, a long sleeve tee is perfect. Cotton, linen, and merino wool are all fabrics that will keep you cozy but won’t feel too hot. 

One option that’s popular on the blog is the J.Crew Perfect tee, a clean and classic long sleeve t-shirt made from 100% cotton. Dressed up or down, this versatile cutie is a comfy and easygoing piece that you’ll be reaching for over and over.




Eddie Bauer Ripstop Cargo Ankle Pants
Sizes: Regular 0-16 | Petite 0-14 | Tall 6-18


Bottoms for Summer


Frequently mentioned when discussing what to wear in Norway in summer, casual pants are a go-to among locals and travelers. They’re functional, versatile, and go with everything, so they’re totally worth packing. 

Readers have been loving stylish cargo pants, and these  Eddie Bauer Ripstop cargos are durable, stretchy, and have UPF +50 to protect against sun. 

 Wide leg jeans for their comfy feel and effortlessly chic look, like Madewell’s Perfect Vintage jeans

The Spanx Flare jeans are another reader-fave option that’s slimmer with a stylish bootcut. They feature a supremely comfy pull-on waistband and hidden core shaping technology that offers a flattering look. 




Athleta Trekkie North Jogger
Sizes: Regular 0-26 | Tall 0-16 | Petite 0-14


You can’t go wrong with leggings or joggers for your explorations, whether hiking or wandering through the cities. Bonus points if they’re moisture-wicking!

One of the top pairs in the TFG community is the Athleta Trekkie joggers have a flattering construction, and they’ll feel fresh and dry all day, won’t smell, and will keep you cool in warm weather. Plus, those zippered side pockets are ultra-convenient for holding small essentials.




Columbia PFG Freezer Maxi Dress | Sizes XS-XXL


Dresses for Summer


One TFG reader shares in her Norway trip report that the local style is extremely casual, though she did a lot of dresses in the summer. So, if you love to wear dresses, definitely add one to your packing list! 

As always, functionality is the top priority for travel clothing, and luckily, there are so many brands that make travel-friendly dresses that don’t wrinkle, pack well, wick away moisture, and work for a wide range of activities. 

Columbia’s Freezer dresses check all the boxes! The Freezer maxi dress has an elongating and flattering shape and is made of a cooling, moisture-wicking fabric that also offers UPF 50+ sun protection! It’s chic yet practical and an easy day-to-night option.


Check out our handpicked selection of dresses designed not only for style but also to keep you feeling fresh and cool!




Wool& Rowena Swing Dress | Sizes XS-2X


Few travel dresses come as highly recommended as Wool&’s merino wool options. The Rowena swing dress gets rave reviews for its design that flatters every body type. And because it’s merino wool, the long sleeves won’t feel too hot on a warm day but will definitely keep you cozy when the temps dip at night.  

Take a look at some more merino wool dresses here




Columbia Arcadia II Rain Jacket
Sizes: Regular XS-XXL | Plus 1X-3X


Jackets for Summer


While summer days are warm, it’s still recommended to bring a jacket along for chilly evenings or unexpected rain showers. Readers say that you don’t need anything too bulky or insulating, so a lightweight and breathable rain jacket or a light cardigan is ideal. 

If some rain is in the forecast, a packable rain jacket like Columbia’s Arcadia jacket is ideal. This Columbia jacket is a popular pick for summer travels, as it’s protective, easy to stash in a day bag, and gets plenty of airflow.




Quince Cashmere Fisherman Cardigan | Sizes XS-XL


If you want something a bit more polished, a cute cardigan like Quince’s cashmere option is great for layering, super cozy, and will add instant style points to your look! 

Or, if you need something sporty, check out the Icebreaker Central long sleeve sweatshirt is a classic crewneck option made from merino wool that’ll look great with everything from leggings and joggers to jeans and trousers!




Skechers Performance Go Walk Shoes


Shoes for Summer


Pack lightweight, supportive, and breathable shoes for your summer in Norway. Casual sneakers are common among both locals and travelers, whether paired with athletic wear or a casual daytime outfit.

One TFG reader says her Skechers Go Walks were super comfy and perfect for all the long walks on her trip to Norway. These slip-ons have a dreamy memory foam footbed that’ll support your feet throughout miles and miles of walking, and their sleek, versatile look just adds to their charm.




Teva Tirra Quick Drying Straps Sandals


Sandals are another great pick for Norway in the summer, but just be sure they’re supportive and comfortable for long bouts of walking. Readers emphasize strappy hiking sandals to keep your feet sturdy and durable soles to grip the ground, which is especially important if the ground is uneven or slick from rain. 

One TFG reader loved wearing her Teva Tirra sandals in Norway, both for nature walks and sightseeing in town. They have tons of support and are waterproof, too!




Longsleeve 1 | Longsleeve 2 | Tunic | Sweater 2 | Pants 1 | Jacket 1 | Jacket 2 | Pants 2 | Bag | Scarf | Boots 1 | Boots 2


What to Pack for Norway in the Fall


Fall weather is typically in the 40-50 °F (-1 to 10℃) range. Overall, it’s quite cold, but the weather will typically be mild enough for sightseeing and outdoor adventures. There can definitely be some warm days, so always check the weather and bring versatile layering options. 

With crisp air and stunning landscapes, autumn is a breathtaking season for hiking! Many Norwegian cities are known for their art scenes, so it’s also the ideal season to cozy up with a hot beverage and pop into museums, art exhibitions, and music venues.




Eddie Bauer Alpine Route Essentials Sweater
Sizes: Regular XS-XXL | Petite S-L | Plus 2X-3X


Tops for Fall


It’s all about layers for the fall, so pack sweaters, long sleeve shirts, and possibly thermals. 

Cozy knit sweaters are a stylish way to bundle up and stay warm in the fall chill. Add a turtleneck, and you’ve got added warmth and sophistication! 

The Eddie Bauer Alpine Route turtleneck is extra warm, soft, and slouchy, and the design is simple, so you can doll it up or keep it casual! (Note: Wearers say to size down for a snugger fit.)


We’ve created this 10-step packing guide for a trip with mixed weather.




Wool& Aspen Sweatshirt | Sizes XS-XXL


The Aspen sweatshirt from Wool& is perfect for fall hikes and laid-back days. It’s lightweight yet super warm, and wearers say it’s flattering and easy to dress up.

Additionally, base layers will help you maintain a comfortable temperature, and they’ll definitely come in handy if you tend to run cold. One reader shares that wearing her merino tee with other merino wool layers worked perfectly to keep her warm and dry so she didn’t need to pack a heavier coat.




Betabrand Classic Dress Pant Yoga | Sizes XS-XXL (Regular, Petite, Long)


Bottoms for Fall


While you’ll want to keep your legs warm, make sure to bring pants that’ll offer you plenty of mobility for all the walking you’ll be doing. Readers suggest dark, neutral colors for the fall because they’ll look great with everything! 

Pants like Betabrand’s Dress Pant Yoga Pants are a solid option, as they’re comfortable, stretchy, and feel like activewear but have a dressier look. Readers say the fabric is a comfortable weight for chilly fall weather, too.




Icebreaker Merino Crush Pants | Sizes XS-XL


For active days outside, opt for merino wool leggings, fleece-lined leggings, or joggers. Readers love Icebreaker merino crush joggers for chilly outings. They’re lightweight but warm, with a merino wool fabric that feels heavenly and is naturally breathable. And for a sporty pant, their relaxed, high-rise fit has a really cute look, too!




The North Face City Breeze Parka II | Sizes XS-L


Jackets for Fall


Readers have shared that fall weather is typically cloudy and wet, so windproof and rainproof outer layers are necessary. 

Some readers suggest a sturdy rain jacket that you can layer underneath like the ultra-popular City Breeze rain parka from North Face. This option is waterproof and windproof and is a great mix of practical and sporty. It can be worn for all kinds of activities and still looks cute! 

Another long-time reader fave is the Eddie Bauer Girl On The Go trench coat, which has a non-insulated and insulated version! 




Eddie Bauer CirrusLite Down Jacket
Sizes: Regular XS-XXL | Petite XS-S | Tall S-XXL | Plus 1X-3X


With temps in the 40s or 50s, insulated jackets will really help you stay warm, which is why readers also recommend puffer jackets. Make sure they’re water-resistant! 

The Eddie Bauer Cirrus Lite is a TFG favorite. It’s ultralight, not too bulky, and easy to pack, but offers tons of warmth. Readers also like the fact that it’s relaxed but has a slightly feminine shape and great features including zippered pockets. 




UGG Ashton Chelsea Boots


Shoes for Fall


Leather boots are the go-to for Scandinavian locals in the fall, as they’re both chic and practical. Waterproof boots are ideal, as they’ll hold up to the elements and will have superior traction. 

If you want to add some boldness to your look, these UGG Ashton boots have a fun chunky sole that’ll keep you sturdy and supported as you stroll around. They’re sleek, easy to dress up or down, and are waterproof! 




Sorel Explorer Next Joan Waterproof Boots


If you want a good catch all boot for Norway, think of something that you can take to nature and back to the city again. More fashionable hiking boots would do the trick! These Sorel Explorer Next Joan waterproof boots fit the bill, with a cozy leather upper and traction to handle any trails around the fjords.

You can also opt for knee-high boots if not a lot of hiking is on your agenda. They can jazz up outfits, but don’t forget long, cozy socks underneath! 

Readers absolutely adore the Teva Anaya knee-high boots for fall travels, too. They’re super supportive and comfy, with a soft and warm lining and a grippy outsole that’s designed for slick surfaces. Wearers rave about the gorgeous look and high-quality, waterproof leather construction. 




Thermal Top | Sweater | Jacket 1 | Longsleeve 1 | Thermal Pants | Jacket 2 | Longsleeve 2 | Pants | Gloves | Beanie | Boots 1 | Boots 2


What to Pack for Norway in the Winter


The days are shorter and the temps are freezing (typically ranging from the 20s-30s °F, which is -6 to -1 ℃) ), but the magical winter wonderland of Norway in the winter makes it more than worth it. 

Skiing is a huge part of Norwegian culture, so take advantage of the region’s idyllic slopes! You can opt for other active excursions like tobogganing or snowshoeing or keep it laid back by whale watching or strolling through festive Christmas markets. 

No matter the activity, bundle up with thermals, insulating winter jackets, and warm, protective footwear. A TFG reader who lives in Norway shares that in the winter, she mostly wears merino wool layers and a thick, waterproof and windproof jacket over top, plus a hat and gloves. 




J.Crew Cashmere Sweater | Sizes XXXS-3X


Tops for Winter


Winter in Norway is frigid, so you’ll want to wear thicker tops or options made from insulating fibers like cashmere and wool. You’ll likely be layering your clothing with thermals, so keep in mind the ability to layer underneath when picking out your tops. 

The popular J.Crew cashmere crewneck sweater is a beauty, perfect for layering, and has those handy wool properties that make it a wonderful travel companion. Readers confirm that it works really well in freezing temps when paired with a great coat! 




Everlane The Cloud Oversized Turtleneck | Sizes XXS-XL


Keep your neck protected from the cold with a turtleneck! 

The Everlane The Cloud turtleneck sweater is a cute, chunky option made from alpaca wool. Alpaca sweaters are fabulous material for winter that readers have been recommending, as it’s ultra-warm with a luxurious look and feel. As a bonus, alpaca is hypoallergenic, naturally sweat-wicking, and isn’t prone to pilling. 




Camii Mia Outdoor Ski Snow Fleece Pants | Sizes 26W-38W


Bottoms for Winter


It’s likely that you’ll be experiencing some rain and snow on your winter trip, but that’s just part of the fun Norwegian experience! Waterproof winter pants will help you brace the cold and wet weather with ease, especially if they’re lined with some cozy insulation. 

The Camii Mia waterproof pants are incredibly popular for destinations like Norway in the winter, both for hiking or other sporty excursions and for casual outings on rainy or snowy days. These pants are also windproof, so you won’t feel a chill, and they have plenty of comfy stretch, secure pockets, and a clean, neutral look.




Arctix Insulated Snow Pants | Sizes XS-4X


If you’re hitting the slopes or will just be out and about in the snow, these Arctix snow pants are the way to go. These pants are insulating and super sturdy, and wearers appreciate that they offer plenty of convenient storage for your small essentials. You’ll stay warm, comfy, and dry in them all day long, no matter the weather! 




Woolies Tech Long Sleeve Shirt | Woolies Tech Layer Bottoms




Thermals are essential to surviving a winter in Norway. Base layers are the key to staying warm without having to wear big, bulky outfits. Thin base layers will fit seamlessly under virtually any tops and bottoms.

Readers highly suggest thermals made from natural fibers like merino wool and silk, as they’ll feel soft and smooth against your skin, are highly breathable, and will wick away sweat and moisture to keep things fresh and warm

The ibex Woolies Tech thermal top and thermal bottoms are some of the most popular base layer options with TFG readers. They’re high quality, reliable, and can even be worn on their own for a workout or for lounging around! 




Terramar Silk UndershirtsTerramar Silk Thermal Pants


Readers also rave about the smooth and ultra-lightweight feel of silk thermals. The Terramar Thermasilk base layer top and bottoms are by far the standout pick. Despite being super thin, they’re incredibly strong and durable, offer great mobility, and are affordable, too!




Columbia Carson Pass II Jacket | Sizes XS-3X


Jackets for Winter


Your winter coat is one of the most important articles of clothing you’ll be bringing along, not only because it’s crucial in keeping you warm, but because you’ll be wearing it every single day! Readers have emphasized the importance of wearing a warm jacket that’s still cute, neutral, and will look great with every outfit, as it’ll also be featured in the majority of your photos. 

Columbia’s Carson Pass II jacket fits the bill! It’ll protect against the elements and will keep you comfortably warm in the harshest of conditions, but readers share that it won’t feel stuffy or overly heavy. It has a removable belt that you can cinch in, and its adjustable hood has a cute faux fur lining that’s removable. 


Discover essential tips and top picks for the perfect travel jacket, tailored for any season or situation.




Eddie Bauer Sun Valley Down Duffle Coat
Sizes: Regular XS-XXL | Petite XS-XL | Tall M-XL | Plus 1X-3X


Eddie Bauer’s Sun Valley parka is a longer, slightly more fitted option that’s designed for some seriously freezing temperatures. Wearers praise its sleek and feminine design!




Sorel Tivoli IV Tall Waterproof Boots


Shoes for Winter


Walk with comfort and confidence in a pair of waterproof winter boots! While your classic waterproof winter boots are great, readers suggest a more robust boot that’s specifically designed for the snow, as they’ll be all the more protective and sturdy in harsh and wet conditions. 

One cute option readers like is the Tivoli IV waterproof snow boots. These booties are decked out with a cushioned insole, warm lining, and incredible traction. From mountains to city streets, they’ll be a stylish and practical addition to your winter wardrobe. 




Columbia Ice Maiden Slip III Snow Shoes


If you’re excited to stomp around in the snow, these Columbia Ice Maiden boots will totally support it! This simple, slip-on pair is all about function but still has some cute details like quilting, waterproof suede, and fleece lining. They’re lightweight for how robust they are and manage to be breathable, too. 




C.C Thick Cable Knit Beanie


Accessories for Winter


Keeping your extremities warm will have a huge effect on your warmth, so it’s important to pack the right winter accessories. With a hat, gloves, and scarf, you should be set! 

If your outfits are elevated and classy, opt for a warm yet chic beanie like this one. Or, for sporty days, a knit headband is a great alternative that’ll keep your head and ears warm but will allow you to pull your hair up in a bun or ponytail. 




Echo Wool Blend Patchwork Gloves


These Echo gloves are a top reader pick. They’re chic but durable and are made of merino wool with leather details. They’re also touchscreen compatible, so your hands won’t need to freeze when you take photos or check your maps! 



What Luggage to Bring to Norway




Away The Carry-On




When it comes to luggage, readers like the extra protection from wet weather that hardside suitcases provide. 

The consistently popular Away Carry On 21” suitcase is a perfect option because it’s super spacious and can fit a lot, which is especially important if you’re packing extra layers, boots, or activewear for sporty adventures. That said, it’s also compact enough to easily fit in the overhead bins on virtually any international flight!


Discover our top picks for lightweight luggage, all under 5lb!




Swissgear Zurich 19″ Expandable Carry On Spinner


If you want a softside, the Swissgear’s Zurich 19” carry on is tiny but mighty, with effortless mobility from its eight spinner wheels and highly robust material that travelers confirm can take a beating and still look amazing.




Compass Rose Carryon Packing Cubes


The best way to organize your items for Norway is with packing cubes. Readers swear by them! We designed our own brand of slim packing cubes, with a unique color and numbering system, and I seriously use them myself! It makes it easy to remember where I’ve packed everything. See more in this video.

We also put together a five-part YouTube series showing the different methods of using packing cubes for travel. This method has helped me and many other women travel carry-on only!




Sherpani Prima Crossbody


Day Bag or Personal Item


Because of the unexpected weather, readers highly suggest bringing a water-resistant bag. 

Popular styles for trips to Norway are crossbody bags, sling bags, and smaller, lightweight backpacks, as they’ll keep things hands-free and allow for plenty of movement. 

Sherpani makes travel bags that readers absolutely adore, especially because they’re stylish and affordable, and a lot of them are water-resistant, too. The Prima purse has a really cute look and is also decked out with anti-theft features, a comfy, adjustable strap, and plenty of room for the day’s essentials. 

If you want something smaller, the MZ Wallace belt bag is adorably chic. While it’s a little pricier than some other reader recommendations, the durable nylon material works well for travel, and gets bought up constantly. If you’re worried about safety overall, read this article about pickpocketing in Europe. Many readers opt for discreet ways to stash cash or cards in case of an emergency, so they will use the Compass Rose Secret Bra Wallet to do just that! 




Calpak Luka Laptop Backpack


If you’re looking for something on the bigger side, this Calpak backpack has it all! With extra bottom storage, a trolley sleeve, and a 15” laptop sleeve, it can be a great day bag or personal item on your trip over. And it’s scratch-resistant!

If you want something sportier, readers love the Fjallraven Kanken backpack. It’s a timeless classic that’s comfortable to carry, very sturdy, and water-resistant, and it comes in a ton of adorable colors.  



What are your tips on what to pack for Norway? Share with us in the comments below!


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