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Description

This Summit Series shell puts together the pieces.

The North Face Women’s Cipher Hybrid Jacket is your key to solving the puzzle of balancing mobility and comfort with weatherproof protection. On the front, back, and tops of the shoulders and arms, you enjoy burly windproof, water-resistant shelter from the GORE WindStopper softshell fabric; on the sides, underarms, and hood, lighter-weight Apex Aerobic softshell fabric delivers enhanced mobility and breathability.
  • WindStopper fabric offesr 0 CFM wind permeability, while the Apex Aerobic 10 CFM fabric allows a touch of ventilation
  • Elastic-bound hood adjusts easily with back cinch
  • Molded cuff tabs and elastic hem drawcord seal up the openings
  • Brushed collar lining offers next-to-skin comfort when you're all zipped up

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4 5

cute jacket but not warm

This was not nearly as warm as I expected. However I'll probably keep it cause I really like the color(moody blue) and how it looks. Not worth it for such a thin jacket though

4 5

Great Jacket

I love this jacket. Very lightweight, and fits your body like a glove in a flattering and comfortable way. Lots of stretch and big pockets at the perfect location. The wrist velcro was a nice touch to keep the sleeves off of your hands, but the sleeve length is pretty perfect as made. I've purchased this with plans to wear it, with layers, hiking in 40-50 degree temps. My research shows it is meant as a layering piece, and wouldn't necessarily be a stand-alone warm winter jacket.

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could there be embrodery put on the back...

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could there be embrodery put on the back of this jacket without altering any of its functions?