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The North Face Enzo Jacket exists to meet the demands of the most serious winter sports enthusiasts and athletes. The waterproof, breathable, durable 3L Gore-Tex Pro shell ensures performance in the most extreme skiing and climbing conditions. If you demand as much from your outerwear as you do from yourself, the Enzo is your jacket.

  • 3L Gore-Tex Pro ripstop shell with a micro-grid woven backer blocks water in all storms, breathes so your jacket doesn't turn into a sauna, and resists abrasion from ice, rock, and trees so you'll have this shell for years
  • Fully taped seams eradicate any chance of moisture penetrating the shell
  • The alpine fit allows a full range of motion whether you're swinging ice tools or carving turns
  • Polyurethane core vents aid in regulating body temperature
  • Helmet-compatible fixed hood provides extra protection in blustery winter weather
  • Powder skirt keeps out the fluff and a Pant-a-locks system allows for a jacket-to-pant interface
  • The adjustable hem and cuff tabs provide a custom fit and keep snow out
  • An array of pockets hold your goggles, media player, and other essentials for long days on the hill
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Love it

  • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer

I'm 5'11" with a 42" chest and 32" waist and the medium is a great fit, with room for a fleece or micro- puff underneath it. It's pretty slim so a puffy down wouldn't fit well.

Pit zips are great and that along with the incredible breathability make this very functional even when you're highly active.

Powder skirt is great. I thought the cleaning cloth was gimmicky at first but now I love it.

Fabric seems durable and has held up to ski edges and snaggy branches.

Offset zipper is comfy on chin.

hood fits with or without helmet. Brim is great!

Arms are long enough to reach over your head for climbing.

Zips are easy to use, even with a pack on.

Overall, great jacket inbounds or out, nothing bad to say. It's cut we'll and very breathable, the two best attributes in a hard shell.

Not bad!

  • Familiarity:I've used it several times

Cool looking jacket, fits perfect( I am 178cm. 158lb.) not baggy and also not slim, had enough space for layering)


Awesome membrane, comfortable hood(helmut compatible), articulated sleeves(jacket stays in place when u pull arms upwards)


Constant struggle with zippers. It could be a matter of time and issue with getting use to it but sometimes it was very uncomf. to pull out material from zipper's runner(

Wanted to love it, had to return it cuz hood adjustment string broke down, and that was final point...

Excellent for keeping you dry

    Bought this for a trip to the Dolomites where we had very variable conditions from -3 sunny to -14 and cloudy/snowing . The jacket kept me completely dry the whole time. Only wore a couple of thin layers underneath to stay warm. Lots of pockets to stash all my gear too. Only problem is using the front zip with gloves on otherwise perfect

    Nice 3L, but awful skirt and zips

    • Familiarity:I've used it several times

    Performance wise, the jacket does the job and kept me warm with minimal layering underneath and the underarm zips provided more than adequate venting when needed. However...

    The skirt is awful. First, it has no adjustabiliy- just one set of snaps that is not snug enough on me. Second, the jacket to pants interface loops are AWFUL. There are 3 loops with weak plastic snaps that come un-done every time you bend over to adjust a boot or binding. There is NO WAY these will keep snow out of your back if you wreck on a powder day. Of the 3 plastic snaps one of them completely tore off on the 2nd day of use. Bad design. A zippered pants2jacket interface is the best, but if anything give me adjustability and better quality.

    2nd, all the zippers stick. the main zipper sticks at the bottom on the way up, and at the top on the way down. It is very frustrating as it takes concentration to carefully zip it every time you open or close the main zipper and sometimes it still gets stuck at the top out of sight from you. The small waterproof zippers on pockets and vents are also very difficult to move on the mountain. It is very difficult to do one hand adjustments on slope or lift. You need to hold the material with one hand and adjust the zipper with the other.

    There is no place to attach a pass. The pit vents are not mesh lined to keep out snow (and in this 3L jacket you are going to NEED to vent on a powder day when you are working and generating sweat). It would also be nice if they put a little felt inside the pockets like they do on the inside of the collar. Would add comfort on a cold day without adding much weight.

    It's still a nice jacket but for $500 I'd expect more features and performance, while still keeping it as a light weight shell. I either got a lemon or nobody field tested this jacket and actually used the features. ?

    Many resorts still require a visual scan of your pass, so it is best if it hangs outside the clothing or else you are digging it our of your pocket, with gloves on, every time you get on the lift....

    I know some of you are lucky to have RF passes as your home moment.

    Awesome jacket

    • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer

    I was eying this jacket even from last year, because it just looked awesome. My main concerns for buying this jacket were: Gore-Tex, a snow-skirt liner to keep the snow out, and a bright color. This covered all the bases, and it's provided some added warmth for me on the slopes. I like the added touches to the jacket specifically for Ski sport enthusiasts, like the 'to-the-side' zipper closure, the goggle cleaning cloth tucked into the left shoulder pocket, the arm vents, and the light weight. Even though it's meant for snow sports, I like wearing it when it rains in the city for protection. Just an all around great jacket in my mind.

    Great Shell

    • Familiarity:I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

    Super Thin. Very Windproof. Zippers and zipper seals are well crafted. Hand warmer pockets are huge. Offset zipper is a good idea but takes a little getting use to. Using a Thunder Micro Jacket as a mid layer. Great combo.

    Really sharp looking jacket

    • Familiarity:I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

    Well constructed with some nice features and good pocket layout. The chest and arm pocket are nice in particular.

    It would be nice if the side hand pockets ran a little lower and/or were felt lined. They are not comfortable pockets to rest your hands in when walking outside.

    However, on the upside, they are really large inside (run the entire height of the coat) so you can easily have an extra layer or some skins tucked in there.

    The inside media pocket is tiny but would fit one phone/MP3 player. I think a small media pocket inside a larger pocket is a much better setup, which this coat doesn't have. There is a slot for headphones but there is not a loop higher up the collar to direct the line.

    I'm sure the 3L has something to do with the cost, but at $500 for a jacket, they could have put a few more features in here. The powder skirt could use another set of snaps so skinnier guys could snug it up. Wrist gators would be nice.

    Would also prefer if it had some mesh on the underarm zips. For some reason this has become less common on jackets this year. The manufacturers seem to think that we only use the vents when we are hiking or sitting on the lift. On a warm day, we ski/ride with the vents open and when you fall you will fill up your nice dry base-layer with snow! Hook us up with some mesh!

    Will this jacket be back for 2013-14?

    Will this jacket be back for 2013-14?

    Hello - I'm interested in purchasing this...

    Hello - I'm interested in purchasing this jacket but a bit confused about which size to get between medium or large. I'm 5'10 , 175 lbs, 41" chest and 32" waist. I were medium in the Free thinker and Arxteryx Sabre jacket which fits me fine with room to layer a down insulation or atom lt. Given this jacket is labled as Alpine fit would th medium be good or should I go with the large? I like it roomy but dont want to be too baggy.

    Thanks in advanced.