From cruising around campus to evening hikes in the foothills, The North Face Denali 2 Hooded Fleece Jacket helps you tackle your day with exceptional warmth, comfort, and durability. Constructed with recycled Polartec fleece, this zip-up keeps your core cozy and comfy in cold temps, while the DWR-finish helps shed rain when you're caught in a passing storm. Abrasion-reinforced shoulders, chest, and forearms beef up your protection on bushwacking adventures through the woods, and an adjustable hood and hem let you batten down the hatches when the weather really turns. Plus, a bevy of zippered pockets ensure your essentials are safely carried and easy to access throughout your day.
- Everyday, active jacket that delivers warmth and durability
- Recycled fleece construction offers lasting comfort
- Water-resistant finish helps fight off moisture
- Adjustable hood and hem deliver customizable protection
- Multiple zippered pockets keep valuable close
- Item #TNF02K3
- Q & A
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
this jacket is very comfortable, i wouldn't necessarily wear only this in the dead of winter, however i don't believe that is what its intended for. I like the way it looks as well.
Can the hood come of this jacket ?
Overpriced and not warm!
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
- Fit: True to size
- Size Bought: XL
TNF creates the illusion that this jacket is warm. Maybe.
IF you're Inside or wear it underneath a shell/coat.
Otherwise, wind literally passes Right THROUGH the fleece so you'll literally FREEZE on cold, WINDY days/nights.
Pay attention and notice how many people wear a sweatshirt underneath as that'll help block the wind but not by much.
The nylon covered areas will block some of the wind but you'll definitely feel it throughout the body.
Best to NOT wear it as a main jacket but underneath another.
Also, wear it when it's relatively cool but NOT cold as it doesn't insulate that well.
It's roomy throughout and true to size but use a fleece DWR to help keep fleece water resistant. Use it underneath a jacket for warmth but not by itself.
Almost ALL TNF fleece sucks as they're NOT wind Proof or even Resistant unless it specifically says so (i.e. soft shell or Windblock type material).
Save money and buy a Non TNF fleece unless you want to be fashionable as TNF is more of a fashion brand nowadays.