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Once fall's chill creeps back into the mountains, nothing feels better than time around a campfire and The North Face Trapper Flannel Jacket to keep you toasty during lengthy stories.

  • Soft, quilted flannel body provides a rugged look to match your grizzly beard while still withstanding hikes through the thorny underbrush
  • Synthetic Heatseeker insulation (60g) locks in your body's warmth once the fire dies down
  • Smooth recycled polyester sleeve lining slides easily over baselayers and a jersey body lining breathes while you chop wood at camp
  • Metal snap front closure provides a bit of style when you're exploring the wilds of the city
  • Snap button cuffs and faux-wood buttons at the collar cap off your woodsman style and provide a bit more shelter from the chill
  • Side-seam hand pockets hold flint and steel when you're doing things the old-fashioned way

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My friend loves it

  • Gender:Male
  • Familiarity:I gave it as a gift but have feedback to share

I bought this as a gift for my friend and he absolutely loves it! he wears it all day long because its so comfortable! the conifer green color looks great, too!


I am not a giant

    Although I am not a giant (5'10, 165 lbs), I think I would have to be to fit into this flannel. It is unfortunate because I previously had an insulated North Face flannel that I EXTREMELY loved (the fort point flannel when it had insanely awesome colors)...but I was an idiot and ripped it. I digress. I got this flannel in a small and when I put it on I was shocked. I thought did it bought an XL on accident. I looked at the tag to confirm my sneaking suspicion only to see five little letters. Small. In all my rage I ripped off the flannel and sent it back to BC. Until next time North Face.