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You know you want to hit the slopes this year, and you're going to need a good jacket to keep all that fluffy goodness on the hill where it belongs. Slide into the Men's Mountain Light Insulated Jacket from The North Face and experience the winter wonderland without any of the cold or wet. The Gore-Tex membrane ensures that no moisture gets to you. PrimaLoft Silver synthetic insulation in the main body and a lighter amount of insulation in the arms means that your core stays warm and your arms can still move. A removable hood and underarm zip vents provide relief from overheating, while the pack-friendly hand pockets give you room to keep snacks, without having to take your backpack on and off.

  • 40D Gore-Tex 2L polyester ripstop outer
  • Fully taped seams
  • 100g PrimaLoft Silver synthetic insulation (main body)
  • 60g PrimaLoft Silver synthetic insulation (sides and underarms)
  • Underarm zip vents
  • Removable hood
  • Harness- and pack-friendly zippered hand pockets

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Excellent all around jacket

  • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer
  • Fit:True to size

I live in a high-humidity part of the country. I've found this jacket to be excellent down to around 35 degrees F wearing a nylon short sleeved shirt underneath. Below that, I layer it with a TNF Quince down mid-layer and I'm good to go all the way down to zero at which point my legs become a much greater concern if I'm just wearing jeans. Its rare for it to get below the 20s in my area, but this jacket gets 'er done. At the other end of the spectrum (which is why I bought it) this jacket is comfortable in wet weather up to the 60s depending on what you're doing with it. The fit is relaxed so there's room for layering under it. Particularly given the price, I can't say enough positive things about this jacket. It breaths very well. I did enhance the DWR coating with a serious marine grade DWR after noticing the outer material was absorbing some water in the rain. No water has gotten through the Gortex membrane though. Highly recommended.


Favorite winter jacket ever!

  • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer
  • Fit:True to size

Great fit over my not svelte frame with or without layers. Hood just warm enough over a hat with great visibility. Bought this for Chicago winters and does not disappoint. Perfect for those 30-40 degree rainy days. For me, need a fleece below 15 degrees including wind chill.