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Make it a toasty transit.

Explore the city's snowy streets in The North Face Transit Triple C Down Parka for Women. Variegated quilting with an elasticized waist makes the Transit Triple C more glamorous than most down parkas, and goose down insulation brings the lofty lightweight warmth everyone craves in wintertime.

The North Face coated its shell with DWR for water-resistant protection, and the recycled taffeta lining has a soft touch. The Transit Triple C also features a removable hood for the sunny days, and the zippered hand pockets are a perfect place to keep your digits nice and toasty when you're outside. Just slide your headphones through the media loop and enjoy the day with tunes playing from your phone, safely tucked away in the internal pocket.

  • DWR-coated nylon shell
  • 550-fill down insulation
  • Recycled taffeta lining
  • Removable hood
  • Hidden elastic at hem
  • Internal media pocket

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4 5

Like the color but was a little too big

  • Familiarity: I returned this product before using it
  • Fit: Runs large

returning to get a small.

3 5

Disappointed in quality, but a nice look

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
  • Fit: Runs large

I think that I simply received a defective product, which is why I did not give it less than 3 stars - I have not been disappointed in TNF items before this. My main complaint is that the down feathers come out constantly. I have had many people comment that I am "shedding" and it seems the larger feathers poke out from everywhere, not only the seams. I wore it for a week with this problem, and washed it according to instructions - no improvements. I will also say that it does seem a bit lighter/thinner than advertised. I have been wearing it in 25-45 F temperatures, and it has definitely been necessary to layer. The positive aspects of this coat include the ultra-flattering shape (I previously had the Metro parka, but replaced it with this due to the nicer silhouette). It is also chic enough for a day in the city, while still rugged enough for a day in nature. If it weren't for the quality issue (which I'm hoping was a fluke), I would recommend this very highly. As it is, because Backcountry has a great return policy, I would still suggest trying it if you can. I was unable to return it due to my travel schedule, so I had to live with it, though ordinarily I would have sent it back and tried again. Finally, I would say that similar to the Metro parka, it runs large - I am 140lbs, 5'8" and wear the small comfortably with layers.

5 5

-10 C (14F) Max

  • Fit: True to size

This park is good to -10 C (14F) C max

In wet snow will gradually get wet.
Easily washed with special detergents.

Size S : Hips 36,2 (92 cm) , Waist 26,2 (67 cm), Cheast 36d

Does the zipper open both ways (from the top and bottom)?

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Claire,

The front-zip is two-way! If you have any other questions, feel free to contact me-- llabar@backcountry.com or 1-800-409-4502 ext 4456!

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What degrees and weather conditions would be appropriate to use this coat for?

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I would not be able to wear this below 25 F (I am from NE USA and quite used to cold, however this required some extra layering). A light snow or rain is OK for a few hours, but anything heavier is not recommended. It is quite easy and fast to clean or throw in the dryer (follow instructions!) if necessary, though.