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The North Face Women's Free Thinker Jacket thrives in the backcountry with skis underfoot. Its fully taped, 3-layer Gore-Tex Pro membrane gives more breathability than standard waterproofing agents for backcountry explorers. Zippers at each underarm provide circulated airflow, and the helmet-compatible hood adjusts for a secure fit. The stretch powder skirt clips into accommodating ski pants by The North Face.

There are also internal cuffs with thumbholes for added security, and the hook-and-loop external cuffs work with the drawcord at the hem to seal out any cold drafts. Water-resistant zippers offer extra protection in ways that most ski jackets don't. There are multiple pockets for your phone, goggles, radio, and more. The Recco avalanche rescue reflector may help Recco-equipped ski patrols find you in case of an emergency.

  • 3-layer Gore-Tex Pro membrane
  • Fully taped seams
  • Underarm vents
  • Adjustable helmet-compatible hood
  • Powder skirt with clip integration
  • Internal cuffs with thumbholes
  • Water-resistant zippers
  • Adjustable hem and cuffs
  • Recco avalanche rescue reflector

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My sister loves it!

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I bought this for my sister and this is what she has to say:

I'm 5'5" 150lbs. and got the large Free Thinker Jacket - Women's. This jacket is awesome! Super breathable, light weight, and definitely keeps me dry while skiing or out in the rain. The hood is large enough so that I can wear my helmet and have my hood on as well. I like the multiple pockets (in years past there were only 3). Some cons... the material makes the jacket loud. Can hear me coming from a mile away. Also, I knew a large would probably be too big but since its a 3L, I wanted room to put layers underneath. I probably should have gone for a medium and still had room for layers. I think the jacket runs slightly big, but not by much. Other than that, I love this jacket!