Stretch it out.
Hike through the Adirondacks this fall in lightweight, toasty comfort with The North Face Men's Stretch Thermoball insulated Jacket. The water-resistant, nylon construction not only offers the stretch you're looking for when the hike takes an more active turn and you're suddenly scrambling over boulders, but it also keeps you protected when unexpected rain starts falling through the trees. PrimaLoft powered ThermoBall insulation delivers packable and lightweight warmth for brisk days exploring the changing leaves of upstate New York, while two front zippered pockets stash your wallet and phone for easy access.
- Packable, warm jacket for versatility in the cold
- Stretch taffeta fabric offers flex and water-resistance
- Lightweight insulation ensures your core stays toasty
- Regular fit makes for ease of movement while allowing layering
- Front zippered pockets keeps essentials safe
- Item #TNF02JT
- Q & A
You pay for what you get
It runs small but its a quality coat
This coat is perfect for every day but also good enough for those crazy cold days. My brother in law borrowed my husbands and loved it. He has just spent 2 yrs in a very hot humid country and coming home to freezing weather he was very happy to have this coat. Love the thermoball technology way warm but not too puffy. Great coat.
Different fit from regular thermoball
- Familiarity: I returned this product before using it
- Fit: Runs small
- Size Bought: Large
Great flat color climbing ivy green. I wanted the ability to stretch without popping stitches or seams and it was the newer of the coats. I'm 190lbs and 5'11", I had tried on a large normal thermoball at a big box store and it was perfect, just a bit baggy and perfect for a hoody or multiple layers underneath if needed. The thermoball stretch on the other hand, IS A SLIM FIT COAT...if you have any muscle on you or fat, this coat runs slim. If you're skinny with no V taper upper body, go for it. I love the color and love the stretch for moving around but function is about fit. I returned it and picked up the thermoball original. Both great coats either way.