Light but tough, functional yet flattering.

While the wind in your hair can feel fabulous, chill-inducing gales through your bones do not; find shelter in The North Face Women's Calentito Softshell Jacket. Made from TNF Apex Universal, a wind- and water-resistant yet breathable wonder-fabric, this versatile softshell keeps you dry and cozy from uptown to downtown or from trail to park. A brushed tricot backer feels soothingly soft next to skin while an urban-inspired shape and metal snap at the collar provide style. 

  • Durable TNF Apex Universal polyester and elastane stretches, breathes, and resists wind and water to keep you active, cool, dry, and warm
  • Lightweight brushed tricot back adds cozy, quick-drying comfort
  • Metal ring snap collar closure adds street style
  • Two hand pockets secure essentials

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Unanswered Question

Does this jacket have a warm lining?

can the osito go inside this one?

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Hey Susan W.,

I am sorry but The North Face Calentito Softshell Jacket is not zip in compatible.

5 5

Love it!

  • Gender: Female
  • Familiarity: I've used it several times
  • Fit: True to size

Jackets great for spring. It fits just like the north face pull overs. I got it in a Small and for refs I am 5'5 and 110 pounds. I would probably be able to wear an extra small but I like the extra room.

1 5

Not for short people

  • Familiarity: I returned this product before using it
  • Fit: Runs large

The sleeves are WAY too long for someone who is on the shorter side (I'm 5'1"). When I am standing with my arms resting at my side, the sleeves come down a half an inch past the tips of my fingers, so my hands are completely obscured. This would have potentially been acceptable IF there were a way to make the wrist smaller to keep the sleeves from covering the hands, but there is no quick draw or velcro to make the large wrist opening smaller.