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Fewer seams and a lightweight, minimalist design make The North Face Triumph Anorak Jacket the ideal mountain shell for your hiking, camping, or climbing extravaganzas. Once the rain comes, this jacket’s waterproof fabric, overlapping seams, and two-panel design provides essential weather protection without excess weight.

  • Sealed seams and the waterproof breathable HyVent 2.5-layer fabric block out the rain as you work your way back to the trailhead
  • Overlapping front flap adds advanced protection from rain, wind, or snow
  • The performance fit ensures that you stay mobile for your climb, hike, or bike ride
  • Adjustable hood surrounds your head and features a laminated brim so it doesn’t flap uncontrollably when a big gust of wind comes
  • Elastic cuffs and hem secures the jacket so the weather can’t blow into your dry layers
  • A chest pocket holds your sunglasses in case the sun breaks through after the storm
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Triumph Anorak

    the triumph has got to be one of the lightest fully waterproof hooded shells on the market. After owning it for a few months, i now know why it got so many awards. the design is genius.. so simple, its high tech. only two pieces of fabric, which means WAY less seams than the average shell. originally, i was in the market for an ultralight hooded wind-shell to use as an outer-layer in summer alpine conditions, or as a mid-layer in spring/fall (perhaps under a light fleece to make a makeshift "wind-stopper".. 2 pieces, same weight = more versatility). Wind-shells are a very versatile piece, that can be used in many applications to compliment a layering system. I began looking at several 3 and 4 oz. pieces from montbell, TNF, and marmot. they all seemed great in their own right, but one thing was constant. in most parts of the country, you're probably going to end up packing a fully waterproof rain shell as well. kind of redundant to me. enter the triumph. as light as the average hooded wind-shell (5oz.), but fully taped and waterproof. you've got your apple sized wind-shell (compressed), and your ultralight rain shell in one jacket. of course, with an actual laminate, the triumph wont be as breathable as a wind-shell, but the center zip is deep and will vent a lot of heat. great piece of kit, highly recommended. for reference, i'm 5'10'' 190 and the large fits pretty good (not to tight, not to baggy). the wrist cuffs and bottom hem are elastic bound to keep drafts out.

    TNF Triumph Anorak

      A step down in both weight & breathability from Gore-Tex. I bring this jacket to save weight when I need a rain shell just in case (i.e. Sierra summer backpacking.) If I knew I would be doing a lot of high-output activity in poor weather, I would bring a more breathable (and heavier) shell. But, for the other 99% of the time when your rain shell is probably just going to stay in the pack, this is about as light as it gets.

      My size M weighs 5.9 oz. Size large weighed 6.2 oz. I am 5'11 180# and was in between size M and L. I went with the M for a more trim fit.

      I'm 6'1" 225lbs and not fat... what is a...

      I'm 6'1" 225lbs and not fat... what is a good size for me if I want to have a warm fleece on underneath of this rain shell?

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      When in doubt, size up, especially with jackets. Not only does it guarantee that you'll fit inside it along with all your layers, it gives you extra coverage for the unexpected monsoon when you want the extra sleeve, waist, and hood material keeping you dry and warm.

      I'm guessing an XL would fit you closely, but I can't say for sure without more specific measurements.

      Happy trails!