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Three-season versatility.

Take The North Face Men's Apex Elevation Softshell Jacket hiking in autumn, skiing in spring, and city shopping in winter. Its windproof TNF Apex Universal fabric resists weather to keep you comfortably dry when the snow starts to fall, and recycled PrimaLoft Silver Eco insulation provides extra water-resistance in a super soft package. The Apex Elevation also features an adjustable hood that you can remove for the sunny days, internal gaiter cuffs for more coverage, an adjustable hem, and media compatibility in one of the zippered chest pockets.

  • TNF Apex Universal softshell
  • PrimaLoft Silver Eco insulation
  • Removable and adjustable hood
  • Internal gaiter cuffs
  • Hem cinch-cord
  • Media compatible

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Apex Elevation Soft Shell Jacket

  • Familiarity:I've used it several times
  • Fit:True to size
  • Height: 5'9"
    Weight: 180 lbs
    Size Purchased: Large

The jacket is light weight and very comfortable for every day wear. The external jacket is very wear resistant so you won't easily tear it. It works great in light rain but I haven't tested it yet in heavy rain. The cut on the jacket is loose fit, not contoured to your body as many jackets are. I wear a large and the large jacket fits me perfectly in the shoulders, so it's true to size. When most say the jacket runs large it is due to the loose fit below the shoulders to layer clothing under without being snug. If you wear just just the jacket it will be a bit loose in the body as loose fit jeans would fit in the legs. The sleeves at your hands are the only dislike I have for the jacket. They hang loose without any type of gather, a Velcro cinch would have been nice to keep out snow or cool air when wearing light weight clothing underneath. The sleeves are made a bit long, great if you have longer arms, so they hang over your hands with no way to cinch them at your wrist. The internal liner gather sewn it at the wrists is loose to the point they could have left it out and no one would have noticed. There are only external pockets on the jacket, it would have been nice to have one or two internal pockets. I've worn the jacket in 30 degrees with 12 - 15 mph winds and was warm, so the jacket does it's job. It is a nice jacket but could use a few upgrades to make it perfect.


Love it

    I bought the cosmo blue color and what more can I say? I love everything about the jacket, love the blue/orange combo, love how comfortable the jacket is, love the quality

    Unanswered Question

    This jacket could be enough for Winter season at Chicago. I am looking for jacket warm and waterwproof, windproof.


    Near Perfection

    • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer
    • Fit:Runs large

    I gave this jacket five stars because this jacket really is wonderful. I bought the yellow/brown color and it actually looks quite nice. The only grip I had was I wish that they gave adjustable cuffs at the end of the sleeves because I have had a little snow come in when shoveling snow. Also, the fit is different than most soft-shells that I have had. Its looser that you would expect from a soft-shell but that actually adds to the versatility of the piece because I can wearing around my college campus but also go snowboarding with it. It repels light rain and snow like a dream but will not keep you dry in heavy precipitation. Its also very wind resistant. I would recommend this jacket to anyone looking to buy a really nice winter coat.


    Where have you been!?!?!?

    • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer
    • Fit:Runs large

    Having had 4 other soft shells(Columbia Titanium, Patagonia Guide, North Face Android, Desert Combat Jacket), I have to say, this is the one! My complaint about most soft shells is that due to the cut it is difficult to layer, and the liners are never thick enough and due to the texture on the inside (apex bionic) it makes it a pain to put on and take off if you are layering. The best I had found until now was a military issue Desert Combat Jacket that had a waffle liner. Well, this may not be quite as wind proof as those, but the primaloft liner more than makes up for it. I find it to run a hair large, and compared to most other softshells which are usually cut very lean, this is quite a bit larger. Quite warm, and plenty windproof, with the smooth finish liner it is easy to layer under as well. Plenty of pocket space, and this feels more like a winter coat than a jacket. This is a bit bulky, not too bad, but you know you have a coat on. This was tested in 40degrees with 30mph of wind and was up to the task.

    If my son usually wears an XL, would you order a size down or stick with the XL?