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A classic 3-in-one jacket with a HyVent 2.5L rain shell and removable fleece liner.
Count on The North Face Women's Momentum Triclimate 3-In-1 Jacket to give you the versatility you need for a wide array of weather and temperature conditions. Designed as a 3-in-1 jacket, the Momentum features a removable zip-in fleece liner with TKA Superstretch fabric that provides lightweight, next-to-skin warmth without the bulk. Its 75D HyVent 2.5-layer fabric shell ensures protection against unsavory wet weather while you hike, backpack, or explore new terrain and countries. The Momentum's shell also has an adjustable shell hood, a brushed chinguard lining, elastic cuffs, a hem cinch-cord, and two zippered hand pockets for comfort and convenience, and the removable liner features soft fabric stretch cuffs and two hand pockets.
- 75D HyVent 2.5-layer shell, fully taped seams
- TKA Superstretch removable liner
- Adjustable shell hood
- Brushed chin-guard shell lining
- Elastic shell cuffs, hem cinch-cord, two zippered hand pockets
- Two liner hand pockets
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How cold will this coat go? Looking for a...
How cold will this coat go? Looking for a coat good to -20 F.
The size I need is women's 26
Unlike with sleeping bags there are too many uncontrollable factors to put a temperature rating on a jacket. That being said I feel as though this jacket would fail long before -20 F. Since it sounds like you are going to be headed out into extreme conditions give us a call and we can figure out which jacket will work best for your situation.
What does the rating of Waterproof of 25...
What does the rating of Waterproof of 25 PSI mean? I am looking for a waterproof jacket.
A 25 psi rating means that it can withstand 25 pounds per square inch of water pressure. Rain produces about 7 psi, but the rating of the fabric should be much higher for a variety of reasons. The military considers a fabric waterproof when rated to 25 psi or better, and a fabric rated this high will withstand a pretty heavy rain.
There are a lot of other factors to look at too though. Breathability is a big one, as is seam quality. The amount of breathability varies with what activity you expect to be doing, but in general, the more breathable, the better. With a breathability rating of ~800g/m^2, this jacket is not the most breathable. Also, you may see some jackets rated in mm. For a quick conversion, 1 psi= ~700mm, so this jacket would rate at about 17,500mm.
Bottom line, this jacket will keep you dry in all but the heaviest rain.
Is this jacket warm enough for cold...
Is this jacket warm enough for cold winters?
Define "cold"? Maybe freezing-ish for this piece...maybe, depending on whether you personally run hot or cold. Any colder and you'll be better off zipping in a heavier fleece liner and using the TKA liner it comes with as a base layer in a 3-part system or going to something heavier like the TNF Boundary Tri-climate. Hope this helps.