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Versatile protection on the rocks.

The North Face Men's Mountain Light Triclimate Jacket combines a Gore-Tex shell with a removable down insulated liner for year-round protection. Its Gore-Tex shell provides guaranteed waterproof breathable protection for snowy ski sessions and rainy campsites, and the lofty down liner features stretchy side panels for extra mobility on brisk hikes. Pair the two together for skiing in the middle of winter.

Underarm zippers give the Mountain Light plenty of ventilation, and the mesh-lined alpine pockets give additional airflow when needed. The Mountain Light also features a fully adjustable hood that you can remove for sunny conditions, and there's a media routing port inside one of the pockets for your headphones. Zip-in-compatibility allows you to add more layers when winter is at its worst.

  • Gore-Tex shell
  • Removable down-insulated liner
  • Ventilated underarm zippers
  • Fully adjustable, removable hood
  • Adjustable cuffs and hem
  • Media compatible
  • Zip-in-compatibility

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if this jacket a little small for my dad , Can I change a larger size?

4 5

Almost perfect

  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
  • Fit: Runs large

I am 5' 11", 140 lbs, 38" chest, 34" sleeve and the problem I usually run into is if the chest fits (usually small) then the sleeves are too short.

I found that the medium North Face jackets are too large in the chest for me. The small ALMOST fits me. The sleeves were about 1 inch too short. Also when lifting my arms the hem would raise quit a bit exposing my waist more than it should.

I hope this review helps somebody else. I gave 4 stars since I walked outside in 20F with 30mph winds and it did it's job well. The shell is very nice. The down liner looked a bit funny on it's own. I'm not a fan of the cuffs.

For those of you around my size, I ended up with the
Shell: Outdoor Research Foray Jacket - Medium
Insulation: Arc'teryx Atom LT Hooded Insulated Jacket - Medium

I'll leave more detailed reviews of each item once I use them a few times.