- Standard fit
- Waterproof, breathable, seam-sealed DryVent 2L shell with 80 g Heatseeker insulation and fleece lining
- 100% windproof fabric
- Attached, fully adjustable hood
- Stormflap with Velcro closure covers the center front zip
- body: 75D 123 g/m² DryVent 2L—100% polyester
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We are named for the coldest, most unforgiving side of a mountain. We have helped explorers reach the most unfathomable heights of the Himalayas. But The North Face legend begins, ironically, on a beach. More precisely, San Francisco's North Beach neighborhood, at an altitude of only 150 feet above sea level. It was here in 1966 that two hiking enthusiasts resolved to follow their passions and founded a small mountaineering retail store.
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It is super waterproof (handles light rain and it just beads and rolled off). BUT I don’t know that I’d wear it in a downpour. But that’s not what i was really looking for. Mostly the wind resistance Some basic solid water proofing.
Getting more in depth. I live in South Carolina, so we don’t have really cold temps. I workout outside and this is perfect for me. Can wear it on the windiest day and not feel any of it. It keeps me warm and has the armpit openings to vent heat.
I’m 5’10 190 and the large fit well. Additionally, you can add layers and there is plenty of room to do so. **The sleeves are still insulated but it’s a silky feeling material so it’s not hard to slip an arm through if you’re wearing long sleeves underneath. This was smart.
The zippers are all solid and strong and perform well. The chest pocket zipper is located near the main jacket zipper ***
So all in all a great jacket. Probably meant for colder weather than I’m used to( it will probably become too hot near spring to utilize it) but it’s a great jacket. My problem is that through research the idea way to dress for cold is to layer up. So with that said I will probably return it and get a badass shell to stand up to any outside elements and then just get layers for underneath that I can shed as it gets less cold out.
Overall: wind and water proof. Plenty warm. Room for layers. Large was perfect for me.
** the wrist cuffs to tighten down seemed a little long. I would clasp it tight but it wouldn’t have as much Velcro contact as I’d like. Not a big deal just a thing I noticed.
* also, around the waist you can sintch it up to make it snug.