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It’s snowing. Dive in.

Whether the slopes are ripe with fluff or steeped in slush, The North Face Women’s Inlux Insulated Jacket will keep you dry. The HyVent 2L shell and fully taped seams block water while letting perspiration escape, so you’ll never feel soggy. Synthetic insulation cranks up the warmth on frosty mountain days.
  • Underarm zippers let hot, muggy air out and fresh air in
  • Fleece on collar prevents chafing
  • Fleece on upper body lining creates extra warmth where you need it most
  • Fully sealed seams prevent water from sneaking through the most vulnerable stitching
  • Heatseeker insulation traps warmth without adding unnecessary bulk

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Can I wear this as a fall raincoat?

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Can I wear this as a fall raincoat?

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This would work well as a fall raincoat, the arm vents will help you dump any excess heat that may build up if it gets a bit warm on your walks. Should be just fine at keeping you dry and comfortable this fall.

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Just a note: the "HyVent" is N.F. answer to GoreTex; o.k., but not as good, or last as long as GoreTex fabric. You can spray with a water repellent if/when it's water proofing starts to wear off, though. That, of course, will depend on how much it's exposed to rain, and especially how often it's laundered.

5 5

Great Jacket!

  • Gender: Female

Love this jacket!! I have 2 of them! My first one was a small in Gravity Purple, then I purchased a medium black one. I am 5'6" and 125lbs. The small is a good size but I went with the medium this time because you can layer a hoodie under it more comfortably. The sleeves are a perfect length. And also the length! I definitely recommend this jacket! Its SO warm. I'm from Michigan so I'm used to below freezing temps! I absolutely love it!:)

5 5

Purchased for skiing

  • Gender: Female
  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

This is a very beautiful jacket! I plan to use it as a ski jacket this year. I'm 5'2" and 125lbs and I bought the medium. Originally I bought a small, but it seemed a bit constricting with a thick fleece underneath. If you plan to use it for winter sports, I'd size up. For casual wear, a small would have been fine since I'm usually a S/XS in NF gear. I got the Premiere Purple, which is more purple-y (and less pink!) than the photo here lets on. It's warm, but definitely not as warm as a down parka. A good deal, especially if you can buy it during one of Backcountry's many amazing sales!

is this coat good for harsh winters?

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is this coat good for harsh winters?

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It totally depends on what you define as a harsh winter, what you're doing in it, and your own tolerance to the cold/your metabolism.

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All of the above is very true...If you're talking way up North, temps. in the teens and below 0...go with a down insulated jacket/coat...preferably with a water-proof outer shell (like GoreTex), to shield from melting snow; and good wind-protection ability. Patagonia makes a awesome jacket that really fits the bill: the *Primo Down jacket (available for ladies and men). My friend has this and swears by it. He also has a N.F. McMurdo coat, that is extremely warm, but bulky...better for less aerobic activities.

Hope this still helps for your next purchase!

5 5

Great Coat and Great Price!!

I am 5'5" and 140lbs I have this jacket in size medium and it fits perfect!!! The octopus blue is gorgeous, a bright blue-green (more blue) I even fit a thin fleece under it. It has cozy soft insulation and pit zips. I only wish that I could zip in a liner, it does not have the inner zipper for that. I chose this over the closer jacket ( after much thought as I wanted a liner jacket as well which this one does NOT have, but the closer triclimate does have and I liked the solid color more on the Inlux) I ordered the north face bomber hoodie in the same color too. The length is just below my waist and it has a great hood and pockets too!! This will be great for the Maine winters here on the coast.

Does this jacket have a detachable hood?

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Does this jacket have a detachable hood?

We live in MN and it gets pretty cold,...

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We live in MN and it gets pretty cold, what temp is this jacket good to?

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You would do better to look into a great waterproof down jacket or coat. Down is the very best insulator, and as long as the shell is waterproof (GoreTex, for ex.), and there are adequate 'pit-zips', you'll do fine! Look into Patagonia's Primo Down.