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I Got the size x-small. And it fits great!
im 5'-5'1 and 109 pounds what size should...
im 5'-5'1 and 109 pounds what size should i get. it's always so rainy in the northwest lol:)
XS, lucky for you it looks like that is the only size they have left.
Perfect fit for the mini me for the perfect price!
I have a number of North Face items ranging from backpacks and shoes to jackets. Since it started raining again this week in May, I decided I needed to ass a lightweight rain jacket to my North Face collection so I went on the hunt. $80 for a lightweight rain jacket is not too much to ask for but being financially strapped at the moment, I could not afford he new 2011 line of Resolve jackets. Luckily, I landed on this item from the 2010 line in the Bordeaux color. I read a LOT of reviews regarding the sizing of this jacket and with some hesitant, I ordered it in an XS (it was also the only size available). I received the jacket today and I'm so happy I took the leap! My other North Face jackets are a size Small but because the Resolve Jacket does not fit to feminine curves, an XS was perfect! I am about 5'1 - 5'2 and it hit my hips perfectly and no complaints with the length of the sleeves either! I'm so happy this worked out for me and I hope this helps out any consumers on the edge due to the negative reviews about the sizing :)
Perfect for hikes and light rain!
Just went to Yosemite and wore this rain jacket during my hikes and was perfect for light rain!
very light, folds pretty good and easy to carry it =)
I would recommend this jacket!
Beautiful Beading Drops of Rain
The rain just beads up and falls right off this jacket! I've been suffering the Pacific Northwest Downpours in a jacket that just soaked everything right in. I got a large and the sleeves were long enough and the Bordeaux red color is gorgeous. So far I've worn it running, rowing, and as a daily rain jacket, no complaints so far!
Perfect for traveling
Going on a Mediterranean cruise in May and needed something light so if it rains I won't melt while touring around. 5'9, 158lbs; the large fit perfect. Louie blue is a little loud but the family won't lose me in a crowd!
Why are there apparently 2 Resolve Jackets?...
Why are there apparently 2 Resolve Jackets? One costs more a
& looks like it has a waist gather. The other looks more like a regular shell jacket. Is it men's/womens?
Its cheaper because its last seasons colors and on sale. If im looking at what you are refering to as having a waist gater I think that picture just shows the ladies cut a bit more
Hi everyone. So i just ordered a med. and...
Hi everyone. So i just ordered a med. and im 5'3 and about 150lb. Do you guys think it'll fit?
bright blue and dry
So far I'm completely satisfied. I've worn it in a downpour, although not for long, and I've worn it for an extended period in lighter rain, and stayed totally dry. It does run a bit big, but that means I can layer underneath it, and if I don't need extra layers, I cinch it in at the bottom.
lookin good & ready
First of all i look real good in my light blue weather resistant with a hood northface jacket, i can wear it in any condition mother nature has for that day.
I just love my jacket and that's why i brought 3 more for my family now i need one for my 1year old grandson.
Great jacket for cost
This is a very functional jacket and works great for blocking wind and rain- two things I would look for if I were to get a more expensive jacket would be a snugger fit on the hood with a little more duck bill on it to block rain to the face and I would also rather have velcro fit sleeves vs the elastic sleeves that this jacket has. On the upside, I would not send this jacket back because it works great and it was a good price when I got it.
The best jacket for price & style & comfort
I just got mine in the mail a few days ago and I am so excited to wear it and show it off! It is true to size and fits great and comfortable! My fleece jacket fits great underneath for extra warmth! Looked at other jackets and they can't compare plus you get a lifetime warrenty on the jackets! Can't go wrong! Love it!
I'm 5'10" and about 135lb (tall and skinny)
I'm 5'10" and about 135lb (tall and skinny)
I need an jacket with long sleeves.
can somebody tell me sleeve length for sizes M and L?
What size will you recommend in my case?
I'm 5'11 and 145lb so I have the same problem as you. I bought the jacket in a large and it fits well. I have extra room in the chest and waist area then I would prefer but it's not too bad, I also wanted to be able to wear the jacket when I was wearing a sweater.
Is the hood to the North Face Jacket...
Is the hood to the North Face Jacket removable?
great lightweight rain jacket
Bought both the XS and Small for size comparison... the XS is both shorter length-wise but also shorter in arm length. I am 5' 5", 120 lbs, and the XS was just too small. The small feels a tad big but gives room to wear a fleece underneath. This is a very light rain jacket perfect for stowing in a backpack or bag. I took it on a recent trip to Southern California where we were expecting rain. I packed it in my carryon, and it saved me when we arrived in a downpour. Great basic rainjacket made out of good materials.
I bought this jacket for my 13 yr old daughter for Christmas. Apparently I did good!! She was very excited and her friends who have other North Face jackets were very impressed! Living in the Pacific Northwest entails the surprise of "many changes" in weather during the week! This Resolve Jacket has "resolved" that issue! According to the "Teen Queen", it's very comfortable and versatile for everything! She's 5'3" and is about 120ish pounds..got her a medium and it fits her so that she can wear a t-shirt and a not-too-thick sweatshirt hoodie under it. Length is just below her "bum" and she says she can do some kinda "scrunchie-thing" to it and "it makes it to her waist"!
I bought this for my 13-year-old for Christmas primarily as a rain jacket and to say she loves it would be an understatement. It has the "cool factor" having the North Face logo but it is also extremely functional. It doesn't have any insulation but with layers she can wear it out on a cold day and remain comfortable. Being waterproof, it is also perfect for rainy mornings at the bus stop. She really will be able to wear this all year round. She is only about 5'2" and the length is perfect ... not sure if she would consider it too short if she was significantly taller. She is string bean thin and an adult small is just right with plenty of room for layers. All in all, a great jacket ... I was very pleased with Backcountry.com's service and prompt delivery. I will definitely be shopping with them again!
Nice lightweight jacket!
Nice jacket, true to size. Love the color!
Bought this jacket as a gift. Have been satisfied with any North Face jacket that I have ever purchased. This jacket is light weight, goes well over sweaters and vents so that it is not too hot.