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- Gender: Female
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
- Fit: True to size
This is a great jacket! I've worn it every day since I purchased it, from temperatures in the 60's down to the 20's. I'd recommend this jacket to anyone, even if they just wanted something to put under a heavier coat. It's very lightweight, yet it provides an a astonishing amount of warmth.
Great jacket for layering!
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
- Fit: True to size
I love this jacket!!! It's versatile enough to wear around town as a casual jacket and look cute, but it also holds its own in the backcountry. I recently used this during a 2-week backpacking trip in the Canadian Rockies - we had weather that ranged from 30 degrees to 80 degrees, and this was the only jacket I took with me - which ended up being the perfect choice! I felt it was perfect for those cold nights and mornings, and occasionally I wore a long sleeve underneath for some extra warmth, which fit perfectly underneath it without being too bulky. We also caught a bit of rain, and my rain jacket (the Marmot Precip - another great product!) fits really well over top this. I had gloves, but the pockets of this jacket are also really warm, and I liked that they zipped up as well. This jacket is kind of a smooth stretchy material (not a hard shell, and not fleece like their Denali jackets, which attracts too much dog hair in my house!) Its taken a beating with me, brushing up against trees and brush, bunched up in my pack and thrown on the ground, etc but hasn't snagged, and it seems to brush off dirt and stuff pretty easily, so I think it still looks brand new! I am 5'6'' and 145 lbs, the size small was perfect for me. Highly recommend!
North Face Momentum keeping me warm!
ON the black jacket , is the North Face...
ON the black jacket , is the North Face logo Pink?
Hey there, thanks for your question. On the black jacket, the North Face logo is grey not pink. Hope this helps!
Does this jacket have any pockets?
Does this jacket have any pockets?
It does, it has 1 chest and 2 front pockets.
I am 5'2", 108lb, Should I order XS? I...
I am 5'2", 108lb, Should I order XS? I like the green color. Do you still have green XS in stock? Thanks.
You must go by your size (as listed on the size chart). If you want to be able to layer underneath for a little extra warmth, then maybe a size up (many of N.F. apparel runs a bit close, and some items run small; I've had to go up a half size on a pair of N.F. hiking boots, and a whole size up in a pair of N.F.insulated winter boots, and a size up in a N.F. Down jacket, for ex.).
The green isn't available at this time; l looked on T.N.F. site just to see if this fleece was available in the green: No to both, at this time.
So check your chest & hip measurements. You can even double check with North Face, (I often do my "homework" else where, and then buy here where it's less expensive!) and then still purchase here!
Hope this helps!
I needed a replacement for an REI jacket I wore to death, but they stopped making it. I have been looking for a while and have ordered/returned other jackets, but this one is perfect. The outside looks great and doesn't pill, and it's soft inside where it matters. I bought an XS and it is very form fitting and flattering. I am a 34 in the chest, so I debated getting a small, but am happy with the XS. The stretchiness makes it very comfortable, and I have a full range of motion in the shoulders, which is important to me. I can wear a thin long sleeve shirt under it just fine. The only negative is that the sleeves are a little long, but I think that will be nice to cover my hands when I wear it hiking in chilly weather. I am comfortable wearing it in 50-60 degree weather walking/sitting around outside, and if I am more active could probably wear it in upper the 40s and be fine. It's also thin so it will be a good layering item in the winter. Very happy with this purchase.
which one of the jackets keep you warm in...
which one of the jackets keep you warm in winter and cool in summer....
Depending on the type of winters you may have in your area; here in the North, this would in no way be warm enough, but you could use it as an additional layer under a down jacket, for example.
This would probably be just fine for coolish summer evenings. But I am a 'cold body' type, and when at the track (out in the country) at night, I actually still have to take something warmer than a fleece. So, that's another factor to figure in on the equation: do you tend to chill easy...or not?
Maybe one of the North Face tri-climate jackets where you can peel or add layers as needed...all for one price, might work out better for your needs!
Hope this Helps!
what type of climate-weather can this...
what type of climate-weather can this jacket be worn in alone.
I'd say in the 40s if you are walking around, and hopefully no wind either. So depending on where you live and what you are doing this is likely a spring and fall piece.
What temperature would you wear this...
What temperature would you wear this jacket?
Thanks for the question. When it comes to The North Face Momentum Jacket, when you wear the jacket is going to depend on what you do and who you are. If you run fairly warm as a person and are doing physical activity, you could probably wear this jacket around the high 40 degree area with no wind and mid 50s if there is. If you run cold and are just wearing it casually, bump up each mentioned temperatures by around ten degrees. I hope this explanation helps.
- Gender: Male
- Familiarity: I gave it as a gift, but have feedback to share
This item was a gift for a family member and before I packaged it I couldn't help but notice how high of quality this jacket is. I'm going to have to get myself one of the men's ones.
Have never had a northface jacket. I'm...
Have never had a northface jacket. I'm 5'6", 130lbs. Should I order small or med?
I have 2 North Face fleece jackets - I would say go Medium.
I have this same jacket. I am 5'10", 145 lbs and I got a medium.
I love the momentum jacket. It is light, but still warm. The shape is great. Fits true to size. I have this is black and brown.
She Loves It!!!
I have bought 3 of these TNF Momentum jackets for my wife over the years - 2 in black and just bought her the Magic Magenta color for Valentine's Day. She loves this jacket - it is well suited to the climate we have in the SF Bay Area. It is a bit more "stretchy" than the TNF Bionic jacket. My wife wears this jacket to play tennis in all the time.
m wondering if this jacket has a stretch...
m wondering if this jacket has a stretch i bought the boinic and it has no stretch i would the the one that is like a nylon stretch material if anyone could help thanks amy
This the fleece one. No nylon stretch here, unfortunately.