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The scientists at The North Face come up with the Headwall Triclimate Jacket to adjust to the ever-changing winter conditions. Removable liner can be worn alone or as a mid-layer, while underarm zips built into the shell regulate and can dump excess heat.

  • Waterproof breathable HyVent fabric keeps you dry
  • Detachable, adjustable hood for added warmth and style
  • Core zip-vents allow you to actively regulate temperature
  • Wrist accessory pocket with goggle wipe
  • Adjustable hook-and-loop cuff tabs seal out the snow
  • Interior goggle pocket protects your lens
  • Zip handwarmer pockets to warm frozen digits
  • Zip chest pocket for convenient storage
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  • Familiarity:I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

I purchased this jacket a few weeks ago ahead of my last ski trip of the season. The price was too good to pass up and my former North Face jacket's 13-year run had finally come to an end. When I first received the jacket, I thought it felt incredibly light and unlikely to keep me warm on any day that dipped below 25. Fortunately, I was completely wrong. Our "spring" skiing trip saw a high of 8 degrees (low of -2) on Saturday and a high of 15 (low of 0) on Sunday. Besides the two layers of jacket, I had on long underwear and a long sleeve shirt and not once did I feel cold. I was shocked and obviously very pleased. There is plenty of stow space in all the pockets and the hood is incredibly adjustable whether you want to pull it over your helmet or simply wear it on a windy day sans helmet. The powder skirt rides up a bit while skiing, but it's pretty decent and better than not having one at all. The only real knock I have is regarding the wrist area. I wish it had gaiters that made it easier to seal. It has velcro closures, but you have to fold the excess material underneath, so it can be a bit uncomfortable and leaves a small seam for moisture to penetrate. As long as you have gloves with a powder cuff, you'll be fine. The color is pretty spot on (arden green) and I love it. I'm 5'10", 180 lbs. and purchased a large. It's a little big around the mid-section, but you can cinch it down with the internal straps, so wasn't an issue. All in all, a great jacket...very, very pleased.

Very happy with this purchase

  • Familiarity:I've used it several times

I purchased the North Face Headwall Triclimate Jacket in February 2013. I live in the Chicago area and dispite the initially mild winter I have been able to put it to good use since. I went on a snowmobile trip to northern Wisconsin shortly after receiving it and it worked great. We were on the trails hitting up to 70 mph with a temperature of 20 F and my core never felt the least bit cold. It is water and wind proof as it says. I have since skiid twice with the jacket and it performed just as well. I love the versatility of it as well We had a couple of days in the mid 40s that I just wore the liner and was actually comfortable. I have since purchased a North Face fleece (can not recall the name) since and it is compatible with the shell and is extremely warm when used as the liner. Overall I'm very satisfied with this jacket. I am 6 ft and about 215lbs and the extra large fits great.