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Synthetic pretending to be down.

The North Face Women's Thermoball Hooded Insulated Jacket combines the protective qualities of synthetic with the lightweight loft of down. PrimaLoft's innovative ThermoBall insulation mimics down feathers in order to provide the warmth you'd feel in most 600-fill down jackets, and it protects you from moisture in the same way that quick-drying synthetic insulation is known for. Unlike most synthetic insulations however, ThermoBall makes this jacket so compressible that it can fit in its own pocket. When stowed, a carabiner loop clips to harnesses and backpacks for compact travel.

  • ThermoBall synthetic insulation
  • Elastic-bound hood
  • Elastic-bound cuffs
  • Zippered hand pockets
  • Stows in hand pocket

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5 5

Light, warm and comfy

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times
  • Fit: True to size

I bought this jacket in black a couple weeks ago and I've been wearing it almost everyday since then!

It's great for windy times and it's also water repellent, perfect for the Oregon weather (it probably won't be enough for super cold winters though).

I took my usual size, medium, and it fits well.

4 5

Great lightweight jacket

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times
  • Fit: True to size

I recently purchased this jacket in the greystone blue color. I was very thrown off by the color I actually got. I was hoping for something silver looking, but instead my jacket looks more blue/purple. Here's a photo to better show the color. Also I wear a size medium and I know I have long arms, but this cuts off a little bit shorter on the wrists than I would have liked. Otherwise it is a great lightweight jacket, protecting me from the chilly wind.

Great lightweight jacket
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Hi! Just wondering why the zipper of this Greystone Blue Thermoball is a different color from the stock photos (I like it better!)? Is this a 2013 version maybe? What color is the NF logo and the lining? Thanks!

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Hi! The NF logo and lining are a light turquoise color. I'm not sure if it's an older version, I'll have to check and get back to you. I ended up liking this color too!

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Looks like this color is now out of stock, but this picture and your description match the current greystone blue. Here's the link to TNF:
http://www.thenorthface.eu/tnf-eu-en/p104835.html?_ignore_category=1
Maybe our picture was wrong? I'll check it out - if we have more on order I'll hit up the Gurus to have it changed.
OR it may have been studio lighting, as Lara LaBar said in her review below!

5 5

This jacket makes everyone jealous. RAD!

  • Familiarity: I gave it as a gift
  • Fit: True to size

I bought this jacket for my sister in law's birthday, and she loves it! Says it one of her favorite!! She gets compliments everywhere she goes. Here's what she had to say:

Fits perfect! The best part about the jacket is how light it is for the warmth it can produce. This thing weighs next to nothing. Its great for casual wear or for the workplace. Here's a pic of me rockin it in the wild!

This jacket makes everyone jealous. RAD!
5 5

The perfect compact jacket

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times
  • Fit: True to size

So far I'm loving my first North Face jacket. It's definitely not warm enough for a Midwest winter but I wouldn't expect something so thin to be. It works well for those high 40s and low 50s kind of days. I love that it's not puffy but still warm and can easily fit in my purse/bag. On cool days I actually find myself sweating in this and I get cold all the time! It fits perfectly and still give you some shape and the hood perfectly covers my head without having to tuck it down. I have very long arms and a broad shoulder for my height (5' 3") but the XS fits great. The arm length might be long if you have shorter arms. It is definitely not as iridescent as as the photo (I purchased the High Rise Grey) and it's more of a stormy grey than white. I thought it would be lighter but it's fine because it's less likely to get dirty.

Greystone Blue

Greystone Blue

Not quite as light (or iridescent) as the studio shots...

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Wow that is a huge difference. Awesome, I like this shade better!

4 5

Great fit for a lady

  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
  • Fit: True to size

Nice fit around the curves, hood face opening fits nicely. Not super warm, which is nice for summer/fall nights, other downs can get too hot. The color is nice too.

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I'm looking for a new winter jacket to survive the Polar Vortex in MN. Is this jacket not going to cut it? I'd like something ultra warm, but not super bulky.

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I agree - is this not super warm for winter? I already have a lightweight puffy and am looking for a warmer one.

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I have both a Thermoball jacket and a Thunder jacket (which is also lightweight). The Thermoball seems good for 30-50 degree days (layered with a light sweater). Any day below 30, I reach for the Thunder (no layering required). I guess if you are okay with adding more layers - maybe a wool sweater or a fleece half zip? - the Thermoball could work in below 30 temps. Of course, this is all subjective! Based on NF's videos, Thermoball should be good for climbing snowy mountains! :)