Three-in-one versatility for year-round weather protection.

You wear The North Face Women's Cheakamus Triclimate Jacket throughout the year. The outer jacket's waterproof HyVent 2L membrane with fully taped seams is excellent for rainy camping trips in the summer. The removable liner has lightweight 100g Heatseeker insulation to warm you on hikes in late fall and early spring. And combining the two gives you a warm ski jacket with just enough waterproof protection to keep you dry throughout winter.
An active fit brings the Cheakamus closer to your body without restricting the movement you need on the slopes. It features core vents to release a bit of steam whether a chairlift or your hiking boots are taking you to the top of the mountain. A powder skirt snaps down to protect your backside from the snow when you clip a snowboard on. The hood slides over your helmet with ease or you can cinch it tightly across your head, and it's removable for  sunny ski sessions.

  • HyVent 2L membrane, fully taped seams
  • Nylon removable liner
  • 100g Heatseeker insulation in liner
  • Active fit
  • Core vents
  • Snap-down powder skirt with gripper elastic
  • Adjustable, helmet-compatible, removable hood
  • Adjustable hem

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5 5

Great fit, multi-purpose around town

  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
  • Fit: True to size

Moving back to northern NY I needed something I could use when the weather changes from rain to snow, to sunny and 50 degrees in the same day, and especially a jacket that's going to stop that cold wind off the lake. I've just tried it on and have not had a chance to see how good it is at 10 below yet, but its quite well-made, lots of pockets, a snow skirt, adjustable cuffs and the inner jacket is easy to remove. I'm 5'7" 135 lbs and the Med fits me perfectly, leaving enough space for layers underneath. The outer shell alone will be good for rainy cold days and the inner alone will be good now for yard work, errands and casual sports.. Worth the investment!

3 5

Awkward collar/neckline

  • Familiarity: I returned this product before using it
  • Fit: True to size

Loved the jacket but the very high collar at the neckline was very high. I don't think my daughter would ever zip it up all of the way.

does the liner zip into the outer shell...

does the liner zip into the outer shell or do you always have the two zippers to tie?

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Triclimate jackets will allow the outer shell to zip into the liner.

5 5

Great jacket! Worth the money!

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

I never write reviews, but thought this jacket was worth writing about. It is a fantastic jacket, well worth the money. It fits true to size, I am 5'7 and normally a size 8/10. I bought a large at first and it was huge, I returned it and got a medium and it fits perfect! I could not be happier with this purchase!

4 5

Great Ski Jacket

  • Gender: Female
  • Familiarity: I've used it several times
  • Fit: Runs small

I used this jacket for 3 days full of skiing in Utah and it kept me dry and warm. I never felt cold out on the slopes, even when it was super windy. The goggles wipe in the sleeve pocket was also helpful. Haven't taken the liner out of the jacket for spring yet. Tighter fit. I got a small for 5' 6" (130) and it was snug.

4 5

Nice ski jacket

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

I wear this jacket for skiing and it does a great job. I usually wear size small but ordered a medium size which gives me enough room to wear another layer underneath for colder days. The arms are a little too long for me, but that is just because I went up a size. The jacket is good quality and keeps me warm enough. Pocket size, placement and amount is definitely nice, room for everything I need on the mountain. I would definitely recommend it.

5 5


  • Gender: Female
  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
  • Fit: True to size

I've only used the outer shell as of now (due to the one day of decent rain we got in LA last weekend). Can't wait to take it out and get some use out of it. Fits perfectly, colors are great, all around a great purchase (well it was a gift from the bf, but that's besides the point)

Update: took this on a backpacking trip in yosemite and wore it as a tri (not just the outer shell). It was absolutely perfect and kept me warm without feeling bulky. No complaints!

5 5

Great coat, keeps my wife very warm!

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

I bought this coat for my wife and she's used it in -10 and it's kept her warm. I wouldn't recommend staying outside too long, but it did the job.

5 5


  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
  • Fit: True to size

I am a picky coat purchaser. My old jacket I wore regularly in the winter was bought in 1998 (no joke). I've tried lots of times and just cant find on that is warm enough, that is comfy with the liner and shell and keeps me dry. I have a separate coat for snowmachining that is super hot for daily use.

I was skeptical of having this coat work for me... but bit the bullet. Attempt #27 to buy a new coat... and it is a hit! I love it! the liner is a beautiful orange color and soooo warm all by itself. The liner is comfy and moves with me/fits great. I love it! This might be my next '98' coat. :)

It's been -10 this week and I've been toasty warm in my perfect Northface! Let's see if it holds up for 15 years like my last Northface has. I think it will.