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Zip up The North Face Women's Prism Optimus Jacket and feel the transformation from cold and cramped to comfortable, mobile muscles warmed-up and ready for alpine action. Lofty 700-fill down in the body boosts heat while synthetic insulation in the vulnerable-to-weather shoulders and sleeves stays warm even when wet. And baffled construction distributes evenly the goose-down wealth to eliminate cold spots, and welded seams prevent needle holes that can let cold sneak in. The hood is fully baffled, because a frozen brain can't think; in a manner, it's baffled so you're not.

  • Lofty, compressible 700-fill Eastern European goose down insulation keeps you toasty-warm when temps plummet
  • Synthetic 133g PrimaLoft One insulation in the shoulders and arms remains warm when wet or compressed
  • Baffled construction distributes feathers evenly to eliminate cold spots and is welded to eliminate weak points made by needle holes
  • Fully baffled, fixed, adjustable hood shelters the cranium with snug fit and comfort
  • Thick draft yoke around neck and shoulders seals out cold and keeps in warmth
  • Pre-cinched cuffs are sleek protection against the elements
  • Ample chest and two hand-warmer zippered pockets secure essentials

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5 5

best layer out there!

  • Gender: Female
  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

This is so cozy and warm while still being packable and pretty light--it has saved me many a time, and my companions from me getting grumpy from being cold. :) Personally I think a hood is a necessity on any down layer (or almost any layer, really), as it's the best way to get warm in a hurry.

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I have! I am not sure if it is actually recommended or not, but I just do cold/cold, delicate or warm/cold, delicate and then dry it on low with a tennis ball or pair of slippers, or just hang it on a hanger in a warm spot.