No-frills alpine performance.
Explore every tree run and hidden gully on the mountain in totally dry comfort with The North Face Men's Baron Jacket. This waterproof, windproof, and breathable jacket protects you from winter's worst while draping you in clean, classic style.
The fit is tailored to optimize alpine mobility, helping you make hard carves and pole plants without feeling restricted. DryVent fabric stops howling winds and sideways snow in its tracks, while remaining breathable so you don't overheat during heart-pounding runs. A two-snap powder skirt prevents snow from getting in your jacket when you're charging through waist-deep powder, while underarm vents help you cool off when warm spring weather sets in.
- A Full-featured ski and snowboard jacket for resort performance
- DryVent fabric repels wind, snow, and slush
- Brushed tricot lining adds cozy feel
- Fully sealed seams prevent leaks
- Underarm vents help you blow off steam
- Tailored fit for alpine mobility
- Powder skirt keeps snow out on deep days
- Adjustable hood is helmet-compatible
- Item #TNF02IH
- Q & A
Perfect for me
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
- Size Bought: Large
Used the jacket skiing a few weeks back. It was very cold (5 degrees F) and I wore a base layer, down jacket, and this North Face Jacket. I was never cold. The sleeves fit well with my gloves the adjustable velcro kept my wrists from ever feeling the cold. When it was snowing I pulled the hood over my helmet and zipped all the way up and doing that kept all the wind, cold, and wetness out. I also loved all of the pockets - my wife gave me a water bottle to hold for her and I skied the whole day forgetting it was even there. Skiing fast or skiing through deep powder and never felt any wind or wetness. Stopped in the trees once with snow deeper than my waist and laying in the snow for 5-10 minutes and never felt cold or wet.
Anybody know if this has thumbholes to seal around the wrists?
Can you please tell me how warm this jacket is? Maybe it has a temperature rating?