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Are you sure about Tech specs for this...
Are you sure about Tech specs for this model? (Fleece Weight).
Does it the same - http://www.thenorthface.com/catalog/sc-gear/mens-jackets-vests/mens-momentum-jacket_3.html?from=subCat ?
This appears to be the same jacket. I see how the manufacturer specs can be confusing but the make up of the fleece is both polyester (93%) and "super stretch fleece" (7%).
Does this zip-in to compatible TNF...
Does this zip-in to compatible TNF jackets?
This is not a zip-in compatible fleece. The Denali's, RDT and Pumori are the only ones that TNF states are zip-in compatible.
The Momentum fleece isn't but the TKA 200 and Khumbu fleece jackets are.
The Momentum is still good as a stand alone or as a layering jacket.
I couldn't find any use for this fleece, other than urban use.
Not the best, but good.
It's petty good, but need a shell to cover the wind and the rain. Also the arms are too long. Anywhere, it's a good bargain.
Not your typical Fleece..but great!
I love this jacket it in every way but calling it a fleece is a stretch. Maybe I am not in the know but I can't identify any "fleece" material in this jacket at all. That being said, I love the jacket, i love the way it fits and the way it looks. I find myself wearing it inside during work and while walking outside here in CT. The material is stretchy and somewhat fitted so it is better for people with an athletic build. Great present from my wife!!!
Arms are long
Arms are definitely several inches longer than necessary. Take the pictures into consideration - If you have long arms, you'll be fine. Everyone else - be wary that the sleeves do run long
i wore this all day today for the first time....i absolutely love it. its surprisingly comfy as hell. and really warm for what it is. seriously this might be the est piece of north face i have ever owned....this is great...glad i ordered an XL, im 5'8" 180 and it fits me just fine, maybe a little on the baggy side but its fine. sleeves are a little long but the band around the kuff keeps the sleeve from coming down to far. this is a great product!!!!!!
- Gender: Male
This jacket is a great lookin jacket. It is on the thinner side so its great for a midlayer for me bcuz the bolt blue matches my Northface softshell Polar hooded jacket perfectly. Otherwise it would be good for fall. Sleeves are a little long. I love it.
Bought this for my husband - he's about 5'8 and 175lbs - bought a large and it fit great! It would be long enough for someone taller as well. He says it's warm and it is great quality for the price! I'd recommend this jacket and it shipped quick with great customer service!
- Gender: Male
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
I'm 5'8"(165lbs) and the medium fits me like a glove! I especially love the extra length in the sleeves and the stretchy fabric. it's the perfect weight for wearing indoors or out. I also love the fact that it can be layered under my apex bionic softshell for extra warmth w/o being bulky or weird looking (...almost like the two were made to go together!!!)
Great Gift for Dad!
- Familiarity: I gave it as a gift, but have feedback to share
I got this as a Christmas gift for my dad & he loved it! Living in Colorado you never know what the weather will be, so this is perfect as a stand-alone or layering piece. The TNF Black looks nice enough to wear into work without looking sloppy & casual enough for a morning walk with the dog.
My dad's 6'2" & we ordered him an XL - as you can see from the cheesy Christmas day pictures (tags still on) it fits him perfectly. Would definitely recommend this jacket!
Christmas gone sour
I bought this jacket for my dad and he said it felt tight in the shoulder area . I knew if I bought him a size XL it would be too big everywhere else. Quite dissapointed.
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
I received this jacket as a gift and the product description is right on! Super warm, fits great!
- Gender: Male
- Familiarity: I returned this product before using it
I knew I wasn't keeping this item the moment I opened the package. It is very thin - at best an expensive light weight sweatshirt. Good for a cool summer night on the beach - but, not for the colder temps of winter. Not a lot for your money here. There are better options with NF.
- Gender: Male
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
Its not the jacket I thought it was when I ordered it but I ended up liking it more than the other, It feels great, keep me work and looks great out in town!
I am comparing the North Face Momentum and...
I am comparing the North Face Momentum and North Face Apex Bionic. Is there a difference in sizing between the two? Is the center back length for a size small? Thank You.
The North Face Momentum Fleece Jacket
The Momentum Fleece on the Devils Slide after shedding all other layers.
Perfect mid base layer
Probably my favorite North Face Jacket. I bought it as a technical jacket for rock climbing; as it turns out, rock climbing is just about the only activity this jacket is not so great for, but as far as versatility this jacket is my favorite. I actually thought this jacket would not be great for much so I started wearing it to work since it is comfortable and looks great with nice clothes but I had to start using it as a base layer for climbing in the snow during a period of 2 years while I tried to find what I was looking for, and as it turns out this jacket was what I wanted all along. Its tougher and warmer than it looks and works as a perfect mid base layer when climbing or hiking in temperatures from 20 deg 40 deg. but its also perfect for cool winter nights by the camp fire or cool winter mornings at work. The jacket has taken a beating for 2 years so I plan on buying a second one to keep nice for work so I can continue using my old one as my go-to mid base layer. Now is the perfect time to purchase this jacket since REI dropped the price by $40.00, but it looks like Backcountry.com dropped the price by $42.00. So you can try it on at REI and see how it fits and then purchase it for a couple bucks less at Backcountry.com. (P.S. Sorry REI, Times are tough.)
Cool and Stylish
My first North Face jacket purchase and I couldn't be happier. I got this one 'cause I was wary of the jackets with fleece on the outside of the sleeves. I can't imagine anyone not looking good in this jacket. You'll look good climbing a mountain in it, and you'll look good wearing it over a shirt and tie. Classic.
Great medium jacket
I love this fleece! I wear it all the time. It's decently warm in even high 30's. I use it for in and outs in winter (getting the mail ect..) The material is soft, and very high quality. I'll wear it until I can't anymore! Thank BC!