Stylishly blends weatherproof protection and skier-approved features.
Why bother with a rack of winter jackets when The North Face Women's Pixey Triclimate Jacket gives you everything you need to combat frigid, snowy weather? Its sleek, hip shell wears well both on and off the slopes, while a snap-in-compatible liner jacket with Heatseeker insulation warms your core and can be worn alone when you kick it on the deck aprés style.
- Hip, three-in-one jacket features snap-in-compatible liner that can be worn alone on spring days or combined with the HyVent shell to shield you from the elements while you shred
- Waterproof breathable HyVent laminate and taped critical seams fend off the snow, sleet, rain, and melting icicles so you can enjoy winter
- Liner jacket with Heatseeker insulation warms your core on frigid early-morning runs
- Core zip vents ditch excess heat when you hike for your turns or dig for your missing ski after a sudden crash
- Zip-sleeve cuffs and snap-back powder skirt with gripper elastic block out snow and cold and seal in warmth
- Adjustable EZD-tach hood helps shield your face from the elements
- Adjustable hem system provides a just-right fit
- Multiple internal and external pockets stash your spare goggles, tunes, and other small essentials
- Stylish liner jacket has elasticated cuffs and hem to block out the cold
- Liner jacket has hand-warmer pockets for your lip balm and tissues
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The North Face: 3-in-1 Triclimate Jacket
cool styled shell, wretched liner jacket
Fortunately, I bought this jacket to use the shell only (I have a Patagonia sweater of similar color to use as a liner jacket). The shell is a cool style, like a pea coat, and I've received lots of compliments on it. It seems quite water & wind resistant & gives plenty of room for layering. I echo the critique of the purple & blue plaid liner jacket. It really isn't attractive & I plan to donate it to the local Goodwill store.
Stylish, warm coat
- Gender: Female
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
I've now had this coat for a couple of weeks now and am pretty happy with it. While it is not as warm as my North Face down coat, partially because it is not as long but also seems not as wind resistant/insulating, it is still pretty warm for windy winter days in NW Indiana/Chicagoland area (and it's a lot more stylish). I think it will be perfect for snowboarding though I have not had a chance to test it out yet.
One style drawback is that the liner is not connected to the coat really and it rides up and causes a bulkiness around the midsection that is not very flattering. I would have given it 5 stars if the liner zipped in or was somehow attached to the shell better.