Winter's got nothing on you.
Whether you're exploring the streets of Nome Alaska or shoveling snow off your driveway, The North Face's Cryos Expedition GTX Bomber Jacket combats winter's most extreme weather. The Gore-Tex shell shrugs off snow and rain like it's nobody's business and the 800-fill down keeps you cozy and warm in mind-numbingly cold weather. Burrow into the extendable snorkel hood with a faux-fur ruff when the winds pick up, and stuff your hands into the side-entry hand pockets set behind down insulation when you're gloves just aren't doing the trick.
- A burly winter jacket to battle winter's toughest conditions
- Gore-Tex shell combats harsh weather and is breathable
- 800-fill goose down is lightweight and insulating
- Adjustable extendable snorkel hood protects head and ears from cold
- Removable faux-fur ruff adds additional protection from windchill
- Secure-zip pockets keep your belongings dry
- Item #TNF03OB
- Q & A
Beast of a jacket
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
- Fit: True to size
- Size Bought: XXL
- Height: 5'9"
- Weight: 260lbs
I own a lot of jackets, dozens. This is my go to down when I'm somewhere that I might snag one of the more delicate jackets. This was toasty in 10 degree NYC weather. The outside of this feels like it could take a bullet it's so thick. This comes at a cost though, this weighs 4.2 lbs which is a ton for a jacket. My other 800+ fill down jackets maybe weight 1 lbs. The faux fur hood is very warm and the fur acts almost like a neck gaiter and ear muffs when the jackets zipped up but the hoods off. I was hesitant spending the money on this, I have other TNF jackets like this that were cheaper, there's a noticeable improvement in quality and attention to detail across the board in the Cryos line. What's difficult is packing this, it doesn't compress, it almost needs its own suitcase just to travel with it.