THE NORTH FACE Men's Mountain Light Triclimate JacketTwo pinnacle jackets for 3-in-1 versatility. The North Face Mountain Light Triclimate boasts a waterproof Gore-Tex shell and a removable hybrid jacket of goose down baffles and stretch fleece panels.
- 3-in-1 versatility: waterproof, breathable Gore-Tex shell and removable hybrid jacket of goose down and stretch fleece—wear together or separately depending on weather conditions
- Zip-in/zip-out hybrid Down/Stretch Fleece Jacket: 550-fill goose down insulation baffles for lightweight, compressible warmth and TKA superstretch fleece panels for breathability and freedom of movement; two secure-zip hand pockets, bound cuffs, hem cinch cord
- Gore-Tex shell with sealed seams: 40D 100% polyester backed by Gore-Tex membrane for waterproof protection and breathable comfort
- Adjustable, removable hood
- Two vented alpine pockets to dissipate heat from your body’s core
- Adjustable cuff tabs
- Center-front storm flap with zipper and Velcro closure
- Hem cinch cord to seal in warmth and seal out the elements
- Internal media pocket
- Center-back length: 30 in.
- Zip-in compatible integration with current season complementing TNF jackets
Fiber Content: 100% polyester
Country of Origin: Imported
THE NORTH FACE Men's Mountain Light Triclimate Jacket
Insulation Type Down Removable Liner Yes Back Length 30 in. Insulation 550-fill goose down Snow Skirt No 3-in-1 Yes Ventilation Core at alpine pockets Waterproof Material Gore-Tex membrane Weight 2 lb. 5 oz. (1050 g) Waterproof Yes Type Jackets Insulation Rating Warmest Hood Type Yes, removable
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Comments about THE NORTH FACE Men's Mountain Light Triclimate Jacket:
This jacket seems really great and it is frustrating that I have to return such a nice jacket. I bought this to replace a Northface Triclimate jacket that I bought about 5 years ago that has too many rips and patches to continue wearing. I am a smaller person, but not abnormally small: 5'7", 140 lbs, decently broad shoulders considering size. My small from several years ago fits me perfectly, while this small is at least a full size larger. (The label says small). When I wear it, it looks like a little kid wearing his father's clothing. When compared side by side with the other jacket, there are at least 3 extra inches on just about every dimension: zipper, neck, sleeves, etc. I understand having to go between a medium and a small or a medium and a large, but as the smallest size they manufacture, I see no reason to make it larger than it used to be. I would gladly order an extra-small if they made one.
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