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The wind may be screeching so hard that you can't walk forward, but you won't feel a thing in The North Face Women's Cipher Jacket, with totally windproof 3L Gore WindStopper. And it has four-way stretch side and underarm panels with wind-resistant TNF Apex Aerobic, so you can reach high, windmill the arms, or do the twist—whatever you fancy when you're free.

  • Totally windproof 3L Gore Windstopper softshell with DWR coating shelters you from gale forces and light rain
  • Four-way stretch, wind-resistant TNF Apex Aerobic panels on sides and under arms allow ample freedom of movement for those high reaches and arm-swinging
  • Underarm gussets increase mobility for unrestricted movement
  • Reverse-coil zips are smooth operators
  • Brushed collar lining provides cozy, non-chafing comfort
  • Two zippered hand pockets secure essentials

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How similar is this jacket to the Bionic Softshell North Face? Is it as thick and warm, or more of a wind breaker and thinner?


This jacket is thinner than the Apex bionic softshell and lighter weight. Definitely more of a spring/fall time windbreaker.

Any idea how the sizing runs on this? Pretty true, or smaller/larger?

Hey Kate,

This jacket does run smaller in the body area to get that athletic fit in the torso. It really comes down to how you want this jacket to fit. For example, if you are in between sizes like a M and a L and want the jacket to fit loose i would suggest a L. If you would like an athletic slim fit then I would stick with M.

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