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Part weatherproof storm shell and part insulating fleece, The North Face Men's Phere Triclimate Jacket easily transitions between chilly Fall nights and the frigid, freezing rain of early Spring. Rather than packing your closet with a bunch of jackets to serve different types of weather The North Face kept it simple and integrated warmth and waterproofing, it's everything you really need.

  • HyVent shell jacket has a waterproof breathable membrane that keeps you dry from wet weather outside, while still allowing sweaty vapor to escape underneath the shell
  • Seam sealing adds to overall wet-weather protection by eliminating the potential for moisture to enter at fabric interfaces
  • Small features like a fixed hood (shell), adjustable cuff tabs (shell), and a center stormflap (shell) add to overall comfort amid harsh weather
  • Fleece liner jacket can be worn alone on mild days or it can be zipped into the shell to serve as an insulating layer
  • Zip-in compatibility allows you to use a variety of The North Face shell or insulating layers with either the Triclimate's shell or fleece layer
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North Face Phere Triclimate jacket.

  • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer

Took this jacket skiing. Great jacket excepting you really only have 4 decent zip up pockets, 2 exterior and 2 in the fleece with a couple pouch type pockets inside the fleece. Could do with a sleeve and chest pocket for small stuff. Other than that, great jacket. Kept the cold and ice/water out. Jacket breathes well and the fleece is really easy to remove, put back in. Really does work as a tri-climate jacket. Very versatile.

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    For a triclimate jacket this jacket does what it says it would. Upon arrival, it felt so light I had high sense of doubt it'll keep me warm. Fortunately my Tahoe trip was in couple of days, time to put it to a test. Sure enough, the temperature showing 15 degree on my cars dash, snow storm brewing, went out feels nothing except the coldness in my face. I guess modern days technology is so advanced that a light weight jacket can handle bad weather no problem. Btw the guy above me who left the comment is an idiot who probably didn't own this jacket, typical.

    I'm headed to Northern Alaska this summer...

    I'm headed to Northern Alaska this summer with a research team. They said to expect temps between 32-45 F with lots of wind. I will be doing a lot of hiking across the tundra and then standing around very still with a GPS. I need to stay cool while I trek and warm while I measure. Can you recommend a good jacket?

    You are probably in Alaska as I write this, but I suggest a good layering system with a hard shell outer layer, fleece or merino mid layer and merino or polypro/polyester base. If you can afford it, go with the merino.

    I have had good success with the Mountain Hardwear Drystein jacket as an outer layer, but there are other good, possibly even better, ones out there.

    Arc'teryx also has some very good choices for outer shells, but tend to be more expensive, though great quality. The North Face also has good outer layers, as well.

    For merino layers, I have found Ibex and Icebreaker to be the best, with Smartwool very close behind.

    You should be able to find good synthetic layers if that works better for you. Most of the major brands make a good fleece and Under Armour has good base layer pieces. Best of luck!

    I'm 5'8" with weight 62kg, even my waist...

    I'm 5'8" with weight 62kg, even my waist is 30 inches

    I'm confused about what I should pick S size or M size

    please recommand suitable size for me

    Thank you

    What temperature range is the jacket best...

    What temperature range is the jacket best suited?

    That is a very subjective question. If you were just standing around and tend to run cold then I could see being chilly down in the 40s. However if you are engaged in a high output cardio activity like skiing, or touring, or snowshoeing, you'd be fine a ways below there. So in short, it depends.

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    can you unzip the jacket from the bottom...

    can you unzip the jacket from the bottom as well as the top. or open it a bit from the bottom of the jacket

    Hello, I am 5'7" with broad shoulders....


    I am 5'7" with broad shoulders. This is the reason I am sending a question before I purchase. Should I look at getting a L or XL?

    it is possible to purchase directly from...

    it is possible to purchase directly from Taiwan, and send by air, how much will cost the freigth? many thanks

    When ordering, should I order a size up...

    When ordering, should I order a size up or down? For example, typically my weight lifting son wears L but should I order him an XL?

    I honestly think they're true to size. My dad is 5'8" and about 180 lbs. He's got a bit of a belly but he normally wears his jackets loose so I got him the large and it looked like what a large should fit. If your son is much taller, I would opt for the XL since the length is a bit short.

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    Hello, I want to know where you can...


    I want to know where you can purchase this product in Toronto? And whether they have in stock large extent?

    I'd be happy to address the store and do you have a link to their site?

    Item # TNF8074 "L" BLACK

    Thanks for everything

    I live in south korea, so this jacket can...

    I live in south korea, so this jacket can cover

    Korea's winter condition that usually indicates

    about 0~ -15celsius

    Does this jacket have the ability to have...

    Does this jacket have the ability to have other North Face fleece liners zip into it? Like the Denali fleece jacket or a similar heavier fleece?