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Heat where you need it.
Big, bulky puffy jackets can be nice and warm in the winter, but not so great if you're active and need the freedom to move around a lot. This is especially true when skiing or snowboarding. The North Face Women's Manza jacket features strategically located 600-fill down insulation to keep the most vulnerable areas of your torso warm. This not only provides protection from the cold, but keeps weight and bulk to a minimum. But who knows, you may be simply drawn to the unique heathered face fabric, and the down warmth is merely a bonus.
The Manza jacket features a soft,
breathable nylon and polyester shell with a durable water repellant (DWR) coating.
Insulation duties are taken care of by 600-fill down insulation. The jacket features a removable hood, two zippered hand
pockets, an internal media pocket, and
cuff tabs to lock out icy drafts and snow. The cuffs are also equipped with spandex comfort cuff that comfortably keep the sleeves in place and block out drafts and snow. The jacket also includes vents to allow you to quickly regulate your core temperature, a wrist
accessory pocket with an included goggle wipe, and an internal goggle
pocket to protect your eyewear.
- Water-resistant nylon and polyester shell fabric with DWR
- 600-fill down insulation
- Active fit, hip-length
- Core vents
- Adjustable, removable hood
- Adjustable cuff tabs
- Two hand pockets, chest pocket, wrist accessory pocket, internal media pocket, internal goggle pocket
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Love this amazing jacket!
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
- Fit: True to size
This is a great jacket! It's warm, cute and functional! I wore this while skiing at lutsen in MN it was about 10 degrees during the day wasn't cold once, I actually had to open the vents one day. I'm not a good skier but I do love it so even with my frequent falls I never got snow in it!
manza down jacket
- Fit: True to size
I loved the style of this jacket, and it was super comfortable. Great design except for one thing .... I wish North Face would put more down fill in their jackets, it was very thin and not very warm at all.