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The North Face Freedom Jacket is a versatile, all-mountain shell that keeps you dry when you're on the hill. Whether you're rocking it by itself on a wet snow day or teaming it up with a puffy jacket to deal with cold, stormy weather, this jacket delivers all-day comfort no matter what the weather is like.

  • HyVent fabric seals out moisture while still letting overheated, moist air escape
  • Fully taped seams won't let precipitation in between the stitching
  • Thermoliner fabric is soft against your skin and helps wick moisture
  • Adjustable hem and cuffs keep out cold air and fresh powder
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Two questions of sorts ... so would this...

Two questions of sorts ... so would this be a good jacket to wear on a bone chilling snowy day in New Hampshire when the wind is blowing? And the sleeves ... what are they made of on the inside? (I know, seems like a silly question but when it is made of cloth or wool, etc., it makes sliding in my arms when I am willing a wool shirt slow going).

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I am going to answer this question assuming you are only going to wear underneath this what you will wear the rest of the day around the office. This has no insulation so this is not going to work as a stand alone on a bone chilling snowy day in New Hampshire. A chilly, wet fall commute, yeah this might work, but unless you are layering then I do not suggest this if your bones will chill. As far as the liner goes it straight up polyurethane.

Hey Mark,



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