Lightweight, compressible warmth wherever you go.
Every backcountry skier, climber, and backpacker wants to bring a warm jacket along, but space is always tight. Luckily you don't have to sacrifice warmth for space with The North Face Men's Imbabura Down Jacket. Thanks to the compressible down, this jacket stows into its own pocket and even clips onto your harness if there's absolutely no room in your pack.
Its mechanical stretch fabric moves with you when you plow powder or reach through a technical crux. The 700-fill down insulation warms you to the core on cold snowshoe strolls, and it resists water so you won't loose heat if you get a bit damp while you're carving first tracks down a powder-pristine bowl. The hem cinch-cord helps keep your heat in, and two hand pockets are always there to warm your numb fingers between pitches.
- 30D mechanical stretch nylon fabric
- 700-fill water-resistant down insulation
- Stows in left pocket
- Hem cinch-cord
- Two secure zip hand pockets
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- Familiarity: I've used it several times
- Fit: True to size
I was thoroughly impressed with the quality of insulation with such a light piece. Not only is it warm, but it is not too puffy like so many of its down counterparts tend to be. Overall, it is sleek, fits great, and keeps me nice and toasty.
Does this jacket use baffles or sew-through...
Does this jacket use baffles or sew-through consruction?
Great warmth without the bulk.
- Gender: Male
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
- Fit: True to size
I bought this jacket mainly as a commuter jacket to wear during the winter months. I was surprised when receiving the jacket how light it was, however, it keeps you very warm in very cold conditions. I especially like the fact that it is not too bulky when wearing it. The pockets keep your hands warm if you don't have gloves. I only wish it had pocket on outside chest to hold my phone.