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A sleek style with the wind protection you crave on the mountain.
Prevent teeth-chattering on blustery mountains with The North Face Women's Sentinel Thermal Softshell Jacket. Its 3-layer WindStopper shell is completely windproof and water-resistant so you're ready for fierce gusts on your alpine ascent. Despite its windproof protection, the Sentinel is surprisingly breathable so you don't stifle with heat exhaustion between pitches.
An alpine fit keeps the Sentinel close to your body for a clean look that minimizes bulk. This is very helpful when you have an arsenal of gear at your waist and too many slings to count around your body. A cinch-cord at the hem keeps winds blowing up your body in the vertical world. And two hand pockets warm your numb fingers while you enjoy the view at the top of the mountain.
- 3L WindStopper face fabric
- Alpine fit
- Hem cinch-cord
- Two secure zip hand pockets
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Hi, I am confused between Thermal Sentinel,...
Hi, I am confused between Thermal Sentinel, Apex Bionic and Inlux Insulated jackets. I will be visiting New Zealand in November. The temperatures might fall to 45 F on colder days. I weigh 110 lbs and 5.4" . I do not want something very bulky. Can you please provide your suggestions?
Hi R G,
The Thermal Sentinel and Apex Bionic jackets are both softshells- so really great options for aerobic activities, or fall/spring weather to offer some added warmth. The Sentinel is completely windproof, while the Apex Bionic is only wind-resistant. The Inlux jacket will be the warmest of the three options you mentioned, although still not bulky! A softshell jacket would be a great option, although on colder days you may need to wear more than one layer. Unfortunately we are currently out of the Inlux jacket, but if you want a similar option, I would recommend the Aleycia Insulated Jacket!