The North Face Boundary Triclimate Jacket's three-in-one system meets any temperature and weather changes from the first October chill until the May melt.
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I want to order this jacket model, but...
I want to order this jacket model, but I'm am looking for the fall 2010 colors.
Thanks for helping,
I am trying to see how close to size the...
I am trying to see how close to size the jacket is? My daughter is 5'5" around 125 lbs. On the sizing chart she is in between a small and medium for the chest. Thanks for your help.
Wish they had my size.
I ordered this awesome jacket in size S. I'm 5'4" and 123 lbs, was sure this would fit. It was tight in the shoulders and I couldn't move in it. I really loved the fleece liner and all the pockets and almost cried when I had to return it. Unfortunately Backcountry didn't have it in Medium. I even shopped on-line for it but no one carries it in black in a med. I purchased TNF Triclimate Down instead. I really like the down but it doesn't have enough pockets and no pit vents. Very warm jacket though and fits great.
I bought a North Face Greta and exchanged it for this jacket in black. This jacket is much warmer due to the furry fleece. I'm 5'0" and 90 lbs and the XS fits me nicely. If you're looking to layer thickly underneath, I suggest going a size up. It gets pretty snug if I wear a thick sweater or a thick scarf. I've used this jacket for hours in the pouring rain and it keeps me dry.
Backcountry.com is completely awesome. They shipped really quickly, and the service was great. However I really didn't like the jacket at all. The photo makes it look a little fitted, but it's actually pretty baggy. I'm on the petite side and it just made me look like a marshmallow. It was also shorter than I expected (just barely to the top of my hips, I'm 5'2 and I got the size Small). It seamed to be good quality and very warm, just not my style. Backcountry made it really easy and simple to return the jacket though.
The North Face Boundary Triclimate Jacket-Women's
I bought it for my daughter. She loves it! When I received it I called back to order me one (mother) but ya'll didn't have anymore in stock.
I received this jacket in the mail right before Washington, DC was dumped on by 40+ inches of snow this week. Just it time! The jacket is very warm and the inner fleece is extremely soft. The only thing I will caution buyers on is that it is not meant for those with extremely long torsos. It does run a bit short, so keep that in mind when purchasing. Overall however, a great jacket at a great price!
Can someone please tell me where this was...
Can someone please tell me where this was made? I.E. China, australia...etc??
Hi Kris this jacket was made in Bangladesh
Keeping my daughter warm at college
My daughter left for her first year college Aug '09.
She went from a warm-hot & humid south Louisiana climate to N. Carolina. She had coats, sweats, etc., but they didn't work as she had hoped. At Christmas break, we bought the NF triclimate jacket. She says it is great. She loves the fleece and is very happy with the jacket.
I'm really interested in buying a North...
I'm really interested in buying a North Face jacket, but I'm short & small (5' 2" and 110 lbs). I'm not sure which jacket would be appropriate for me and which size I should get. I'm looking for one with a zip-out liner. Any advice would be greatly appreciated!
I have had my North Face Boundry Triclimate jacket for abount a month. I am very glad I chose this particular one. I am exactly the same size as you are and the fit (not boxy or puffy) and the length (mid-hip) are just right. This is a very warm jacket and being able to use the outer or the liner separately makes it very versatile.
I think you'll be happy with it.
Super fast shipping and easy return. Would for sure purchase again, also love the life time return policy
I bought this jacket for my daughter for Christmas. All she told me was that she wanted a black North Face jacket. I ordered one jacket, but I didn't like the lining, so I returned it. Because we live in Chicago and can experience spring, winter and fall all in one day, I felt that the triclimate would work best. SHE LOVED IT! The fleece lining was the softest I have ever felt. It fit like a dream.
Bought this for Daughter, late Christmas request, in Black, she lives in Ohio. She loves it,and was very impressed with the promptness of the arrival. Thank You Backcountry for making it happen.
5'7", 10st, bought a large. Fit is good, sleeves are long enough and, unlike some other reviewers, I have no problem putting it on. There is room for a couple of (thin) layers underneath, but the coat is so warm I've not really needed it, even though it's -10C outside. If I were to change anything, I'd add a waist cinch and I'd put the fasteners on the coat sleeves, not the fleece, but they're minor issues for a coat that keeps me snug as a bug in a rug.
I ordered this jacket because I could not find it in any stores.. I was very happy with the product and even more so with the promptness that I received it..less than 48 hours..amazing!!!
Had to post because I'm dissappointed
I wanted a North Face with a zip out lining so I decided on this coat.
I have an issue with getting anything down the sleeves. The inside coat is fuzzy and grabs whatever your wearing and the wrists are super tight. I also hate all of the velcro on the coat which I always remove because it snags on everything. When I tried to take the velcro off this coat there are holes in the fabric. I guess they are markers where to put the strips but now I cant take the velcro off. Very unhappy. Over all you only can wear this coat with a t-shirt and I still have trouble getting it on. Anything like fleece is hard to get on and forget a sweater. And a note to North Face - enough with the velcro you cant even wear a scarf and I keep attaching my wrist to my chest - Annoying.
Also who estimates the wrist holes you have a coat on underneath with the lining so make some room to fit it. I have an old North Face with no lining and at least you can wear clothes with it. I guess I will wait till summer to wear this one when I can put it on with my bathing suit. Too bad its -18 degrees out I really could use it. So try a coat without this fuzzy lining it is too hard to wear even fleece is somewhat better. People in Pennsylvania have to wear layers and need to fit a coat over them:(
Knight Purple - Awesome!
Prompt 1cent, 2 day Shipping. This is my first NF jacket and it was a little pricey but well worth the value. I am 5'4" and 125 lbs...I wear a size 4 and the SMALL size fit me perfect. I searched online for days for a better price but NF brands are usually excluded from all coupons. I chose the Boundary jacket for 2 main reasons: 1 - the softness of the fleece (it's as soft as rabbit fur) 2 - the internal pockets of the jackets (I wanted something to put my iPod in). I love the Knight Purple color because it is contrasting enough with the Black fleece and not too girly. The black fleece goes with everything when I wear it alone.
I am very pleased with my new jacket. It's super cozy from the luxurious fleece and is comfortable to wear anywhere. My co-worker liked it so much he bought one for his wife!
When I bought this jacket, I thought it would be blue and grey not blue and dark blue! It's still cute but was a little disappointed...
Backcountry had great shipping and prices. The only issue i had was the misleading color.
This is a GREAT jacket. I am very fussy and have checked out jackets in the TNF store and also other brands like Columbia but none were to my liking. Although this wasn't available in the TNF store, I decided to chance it and order it. I bought the brown. It's a really good intermediate jacket, the fleece keeps you warm. It doesn't leave much lint like what some other writers said. It might not be enough when it starts snowing but I suppose one can get a down vest and zip it in.
Petite - too large on side for me
It's a nice jacket, but I was sad to find the S Petite was too large on the sides of my thoracic cage... it made me look too bulky. The picture on the website makes it look slim. Perhaps it is bulky only for the petite. However, I did like the warm fuzzy coat underneath!!