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Wear The North Face Women's Hyline Hybrid Down Jacket as a mid-layer when cold weather attempts to thwart your ski days. The 600-fill down insulation warms you in the body and top of the sleeves where you need warmth the most, and it leaves room in the bottom of the sleeves for the freedom of movement you need when you carve through trees. Also helping with your freedom of movement are the side panels that have a bit of elastane for stretch so you can crouch, bend, and twist with ease.

An active fit keeps the Hyline as close to your body as possible without restricting your movement. It also leaves room for layers underneath when temps take your breath away right when you step outside. You probably can't notice it, but the invisible chest pocket is there for your phone and wallet so your hands can get warm in the front pockets when you take this jacket out on a hike.

  • 30D nylon ripstop shell with DWR coating
  • 93% polyester, 7% elastane side panels
  • 600-fill down insulation in body and tops of sleeves
  • Active fit
  • One invisible zip chest and two hand-warmer zip pockets
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Side panels detract from look

    Not only do the side panels take away from the overall look of the jacket, the material will have the tendency to get dirty and also get "pulls or snags". I do not think the coat will wear well. Front view is nice but my daughter did not like the overall look with panels. We bought another Northface jacket we like much better, the Aconcagua (down) at Macys for $96 from original price of $160.

    Not for skiing...

    • Fit:Runs small

    I had searched for the perfect light-weight (but warm) ski jacket for a long time, and thought I found it in this one -- especially based on the North Face description above. However, when it arrived, I realized that it's useless for skiing. The side panels of the jacket, and the underside of the arm from armpit to wrist, are made of a thick layer of polyester. There's no down in those areas, which wasn't a huge surprise based on the description, but also no nylon -- so if your jacket gets wet while skiing, you're done for the day. Also, it's a pretty tight fit. I normally wear a size 2 or a 4, and per the directions I sized up to a M, and it was still a tad tight with my light-weight North Face fleece under. Bottom line: if you want it for casual use on a cold day, it's probably a good jacket for that. But if you want it for skiing, I'd skip this one.