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1996 Retro Nuptse Down Jacket
Snowy days aren't meant to be spent inside—send him out in the cold with the reliable warmth of The North Face's 1996 Retro Nuptse Down Jacket. 700-fill down insulation keeps him toasty and warm even in freezing temperatures, while the water-resistant shell beads off moisture from falling snow and flying snowballs. Durable overlays at the yoke add a touch of durability to prevent wear from pack straps after a winter full of walks to the bus stop, and the full-zip design makes it easy for him to throw on extra layers when it's really frigid out there. Plus, he's got an adjustable hem and comfort cuffs to seal out the cold, as well as a set of zippered hand pockets to keep hand warmers and extra gloves close by. And when the weather's a bit milder and he isn't sure if he'll need his jacket for the day's adventures, he can stuff it into its own hand pocket and keep it in his pack until he needs some lofty insulating power.
- Warm down jacket that's ready for endless adventures in the cold
- 700-fill down delivers comfortable warmth in frigid temps
- Water-resistant shell sheds moisture to keep the insulation dry
- Durable overlays on the shoulders help prevent wear from pack straps
- Jacket packs into its own pocket so he can take it anywhere
- Full-zip design makes it easy to put on a sweater underneath
- Zippered pockets keep snacks, gloves, and everyday items secure
- Adjustable hem prevents biting winds from sneaking in
- Item #TNF05ZI
- [face fabric] 40D nylon ripstop, DWR treatment, [overlay] 50D nylon, DWR treatment
- 700-fill down
- Center Back Length
- 2 zippered hand
- Claimed Weight
- Recommended Use
- Manufacturer Warranty
What do you think about this product?
October 26, 2020
Odd fit, unusable for average body
- I returned this product before using it
- Runs small
- Size Bought
- 4` 8"
- 65 lbs
This coat is puffy and warm, but the fit is all wrong. The sleeves seem to be an OK length, but the waist is really short. My 10yr old is below 50% in height and around 10% in weight, and the waist length was heading towards a crop top. I don't think it would have lasted him the winter, let alone 2 winters. Save your money and buy a different coat.