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Anonym Hooded Jacket

Colorado one weekend and Washington the next. That's how your ski season looks and you need a jacket that can handle whatever conditions you face. The North Face's Anonym Hooded Jacket can be that jacket. It uses a four-way stretch design to give you a full range of motion on steep tree runs and hard-charging groomers alike. Gore-Tex waterproofing will keep you dry in the wet conditions of the Pacific North West, while PrimaLoft insulation delivers reliable warmth in the cold of Colorado. When the big storm shifts towards Utah your powder skirt has got your back while the helmet compatible hood and thumb holes makes sure no wind or snow gets let in. Multiple pockets keeps your season pass separate from your day tickets and the slim gives you a trimmed-down design that's ready to rip.

  • An insulated ski jacket that's ready to rip anywhere
  • Gore-Tex membrane offers full waterproofing for wet and heavy snow
  • Primaloft insulation gives you toasty warmth for frigid chairlifts
  • Helmet-compatible hood provides protection from the elements
  • Powder skirt ensures that flying powder won't get in
  • Thumbhole wrist gaiters keep the cold out and offer added coverage
  • Pockets throughout the jacket give you necessary on-mountain storage
  • Item #TNF04Q2

Tech Specs

Material
[membrane/laminate] GoreTex (2-layer) [face fabric] 100% polyester
Insulation
100g Primaloft Silver
Fit
slim
Length
hip
Center Back Length
31in
Hood
helmet compatible, removable
Pockets
[external] 2 chest, 2 hand, [internal] 1 media, 2 goggle
Venting
underarm
Powder Skirt
yes
Thumbholes
yes, wrist gaiter
Claimed Weight
2lb 7.7oz
Recommended Use
skiing, snowboarding
Manufacturer Warranty
lifetime

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All Good Except the Hood

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times
  • Fit: True to size
  • Size Bought: Medium
  • Height: 6'0"
  • Weight: 170lbs

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I purchased this coat early season and now have about 20 days of lift served snowboarding with it. All-in-all, pretty stoked on the function, fit, and quality.

Bad: Let's get this out of the way first. Very minor complaint but with the waist cinched tight using the draw cord, the bottom few inches of the coat (from the end to the powder skirt) will flip up on the chairlift and you'll need to push it back down before every run. Performance wise not a problem, but aesthetically, gotta look good to feel good. The real complaint I have for the bad is the hood. You have to zip up the main zipper all the way to get it over your helmet and the fit with my Smith Variance is so tight, you can't turn your head with the hood on rendering it pretty useless. I have a SHRED helmet that allows a little more mobility but not enough. The hood has a draw string on the closure so I would imagine you can get it fitted without a helmet but I never ride without one so not sure about that. I've removed the hood from my coat but I would love to have one. Lastly, the cuffs on the sleeves have a zippered closure/adjustment and the system to keep snow out relies heavily on the use of the thumb loops. Maybe my gloves are to short or to long (DAKINE Leather Titan Gore-Tex) but I find they work their way out of the coat if tucked in or bunch up around the wrist with the coat tucked in the glove. Either way, it's more of a nuisance since as long as you use the thumb holes, nothing gets in.

Good: From top to bottom, this is a nicely designed piece once you ditch the removable hood. The mouth and neck area is fleece lined to so it's soft on the skin. The armpit vents run just above the elbow all the way to kidneys really allowing you to fine tune the amount of ventilation. I'm cold natured so always bundled up and I wear this coat with a thermal baselayer and mid-layer and ususally run the vents half open and sweating. I'm sure with the insulation of this jacket I can forgo one of those layers but I never want to risk it. The powder skirt fits great and does a great job of keeping out the powder, more on that later. ALL THE POCKETS! 2 waterproof zippered chest, 2 waterproof zippered waist (fleece lined), one zippered inside with media hole, 2 large netted pockets inside for storing gloves or goggles, and one waterproof zippered on the sleeve with goggle wipe. I find this a great spot for a lift ticket to avoid the humping of the gate. :)

Fit: I'm 6'0, 170lbs, 34" inseam (long arms), 31" waist and originally went with the large as usually sleeves are to short for me and I was worried about not being able to use the thumbholes. I ended up swapping it out for a Medium which turns out to be like a tailored fit. The sleeves (thumbholes) are perfect, the length is good, and it fits great in the chest with or without a mid-layer. The powder skirt has 2 adjustments which appear to be for 30" waist or 32". I'm on the larger of the two settings and could do the smaller, but it doesn't need to be that snug.

Overall, I'm happy with my purchase and would likely buy this coat again. The fit, warmth, and features win over the shortcomings of the hood.

Suberb coat

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times
  • Fit: True to size
  • Size Bought: Large
  • Height: 6'1"
  • Weight: 190lbs

This coat is very well designed fits true to size. This coat is very warm and weatherproof. The coat blocks the wind and rain/snow due to Gore-Tex fabric. I will never buy a non Gore-Tex ski coat. Insulation is nice in the coat to keep you warm but not to much to make it a middle weight coat. The pocket goggle and glasses wipe is very nice and

Decent.

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times
  • Fit: True to size
  • Size Bought: Large
  • Height: 5'10"
  • Weight: 170lbs

I really like the fit, feel, design and color (tin grey) of this jacket, but it seems like mine is defective. Within a few weeks two of the zipper ropes/rubber couplings have already come off and the cord for the waist cinch is starting to frey.. I also think one of the seams or main zipper was sewn improperly (noticable indentation where the zipper meets a seam). I haven't put it to a serious backcountry test, or even skied in it.. Not overly surprised by this since the tag says Made in China....

Having said that, the overall design is well thought out. The front pockets are properly spaced so the straps for my BD Dawn Patrol pack do not interfere with accessing them. Powder skirt is very nice and can be snapped into place when not in use. Zippers on the cuff make a wide range of gloves possible to use with this jacket. Gore-tex shell is very soft/non-restrictive and the Primaloft insulation kept me warm down to 0 degrees during light activity (with only a baselayer). Hood fits over my Smith Maze helmet nicely and allows for easy head movement.

Overall, this is probably the last major product I will buy from The North Face that is manufactured in China. The design is great, but the execution is subpar in my eyes. I wouldn't trust this jacket to perform when it counts the most. For resorts and apres it would be a decent choice though (as long as you don't get a defective example).