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    Dryzzle Hooded Jacket

    When angry skies send all of the other hikers dashing for cover, pull The North Face Men's Dryzzle Jacket out of your pack and keep your steady pace going. With a waterproof, breathable Gore-Tex membrane, the Dryzzle isn't afraid of downpours or gusty summits, and its Paclite distinction means it's significantly lighter than other rain jackets. Stuff the ultralight Dryzzle into your pack ahead of a weekend camping trip, day hike, or week-long backpacking trek and you're likely to forget you're even carrying it—until you need to put it on, of course.

    • Stay dry when it rains on your hiking parade in this rain jacket
    • Waterproof, windproof membrane shields you from the elements
    • Relaxed fit layers easily over midlayers or casual duds
    • Breathable underarm vents ward off clamminess
    • Adjustable hood, hem, and cuffs let you customize fit
    • Zippered pockets keep your trail mix and phone dry
    • Item #TNF02ZW

    Tech Specs

    Material
    [solid] 50D Gore-Tex Paclite (2-layer) [heather] 75D Gore-Tex Paclite (2-layer)
    Seams
    fully sealed
    Fit
    relaxed
    Length
    hip
    Center Back Length
    29in
    Hood
    adjustable
    Pockets
    2 zippered hand, 1 zippered media
    Venting
    underarm zippered
    Claimed Weight
    12.91oz
    Recommended Use
    casual, hiking & camping
    Manufacturer Warranty
    lifetime

    Tech Specs

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    >Rating: 5

    Winter Shell

    Familiarity:I've used it several times
    Fit:True to size
    Size Boughtmedimum
    Height5` 7"
    Weight155 lbs

    Bought this with the intentions of using it as my every day winter shell and it has worked as i hoped it would. in 32 degree weather with winds i was able to stay warm with a 60g PrimaLoft Gold Insulation Eco polyester. Felt so comfortable. I am certain it could handle colder temperatures. Good size so you can layer under it.

    >Rating: 3

    Personally not a fan of shells

    Familiarity:I've used it several times
    Fit:True to size
    Height5` 11"
    Weight175 lbs

    This coat is durable and stretches with you. I used it while skiing and had a hard time with the vent zippers, they were tight. I am typically a medium, but used a large on this coat.

    >Rating: 4

    Protects from the rain!

    Runs a little bit large, but that's perfect to fit some layers underneath. I like the material since it feels very durable. Great jacket overall!

    >Rating: 5

    2 1/2 year review

    Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer
    Fit:True to size
    Size Boughtmedium
    Height5` 11"
    Weight155 lbs

    Bought in spring of 2016. This has been worn consistently for 2 1/2 hard years of frequent climbing, fishing, trail running, backpacking, alpine, outdoor work and around town. I've loved this jacket as a well fitting, dependable, durable component of outdoor activity in my life. Depending on weather, I will lightly layer beneath with merino or with a base and puffy in colder weather. Pac-lite material has exceeded my expectations in terms of durability, and with regular dwr restoration a reasonable amount of waterproofing can be had. For the first year I had few issues with jacket wetting out except for in heavy or extended rain (which YOU SHOULD EXPECT FROM ANY BREATHABLE RAIN JACKET)If you want a fully waterproof jacket you'll have to get at least a 3+ layer system, spend a paycheck on Arcteryx or better yet just go get a pvc poncho and be done. 2nd year on, considerably less water protection usually allowing protection in lighter on and off rain but not much more. ~2-3 times a year I restore the dwr with a Gear Aid or Nik Wax wash and that has worked well to extend it beyond the typical life of a rain shell. There has been absolutely zero delamination issues as I have seen with countless other mid to lower priced rain jacket materials( precip, torrentshell, etc). No outter deterioration other than losing a fight with a barbwire fence resulting in a small tear. Life goes on. Material is quiet and moves well with you and can vent very well with good inherent breathability and pit vent options on jacket. I noticed that this jacket really absorbs skin oils in particular around wrist cuff, along zipper flap where your hand swipes and around neck/shoulders. This certainly impairs the dwr function as it clogs the pores and does not allow breathing. This was more noticeable to me with a green jacket color as the oil spots would darken the material. Reducing skin contact or being less of a dirtbag and bathing more (yeah right) will help with this. The fit is slightly boxy but form flattering and athletic inspired; TNF did a good job making this jacket not only look good but move with you. Hood fits great, especially in conjunction with a hat, giving lots of motion and peripheral vision while offering great weather protection; I didn't wear a helmet all that much with the hood up, but it is possible, even if Outdoor Gear review didn't like it. All cinch points have worked well for the life of the jacket. The inner pocket cinches are easy to use and adjust for wind/ snow conditions and I like the multiple hood adjustments to keep it in place when up or out of the way when down. Wrist cuffs are velcro and have been long lived and functional. Zipper has held up better than expected, and has only in the last few months gotten a bit sticky around the upper 2/3 of the zip. A bit of petroleum jelly or bees wax (only on the zipper) can help extend the life and keep it working smoothly. It's 13oz. I think that's great weight unless you're really, really counting ounces( PCT, ATers) but then you start compromising durability with thinner fabric so choose carefully. I've been shopping for a new rain jacket, and it seems to fall in step closely with the Marmot Minimalist and OR Foray jacket. I'm weary of OR gear so will decide soon between the two. I paid $170 for this in 2016 with a friends discount. The only difference in the version I have and this newer one is the material went from 50d to 75d and I'M REALLY BUMMED THEY DISCONTINUED THE GREEN COLOR WHY DID YOU DO THAT IT MATCHED MY EYES SO WELL. Overall a bomber, long lived, good looking jacket that gets the job done. thumbs up!

    >Rating: 2

    Not Impressed

    Size Boughtxxl
    Height6` 2"
    Weight230 lbs

    Have used in several showers/rain storms now, and every time this jacket wets out within half an hour. It does block the wind rather well in cold and snowy weather though. The draw string on the hood has already broken and pulled loose on one side, so when i cinch it down it is only affecting half the hood.

    >Rating: 5

    Good quality rain jacket

    Familiarity:I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
    Fit:True to size

    Lightweight, feels very soft to the touch, the fit is just fine so you can put layers on you and won't feel bulky. Rain protection is fantastic, I haven't used this for long so not sure how long it will last but so far it works fine under tropical rainy conditions.

    >Rating: 3

    Runs Large

    Familiarity:I've used it several times
    Fit:Runs large
    Size BoughtSmall
    Height5` 10"
    Weight170 lbs

    I've owned two Large sized North Face sweatshirts in the past, but they fit more like a Medium. Based on other reviewers similar height and weight I was hesitant to order a Large, but ended up ordering a Medium. After trying it out a few days I returned it for a Small. It was too big for my preferences. The arm length was an inch short of my fingertips and the waistline was too long. On a positive note, it's lightweight and so far has survived some heavy downpours on my walk to work.

    >Rating: 5

    Light weight, nice fit.

    Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer
    Fit:True to size
    Size BoughtLarge
    Height5` 10"
    Weight174 lbs

    This rain jacket is light and fits very well. I appreciate the design and color, too. It has worked well in heavy downpours. The sleeves are plenty long with snug cuffs to cover what is worn under.

    >Rating: 5

    This is Sick AF

    Familiarity:I've used it several times
    Fit:True to size
    Size BoughtL
    Height6` 00"
    Weight200 lbs

    That's what my brother said. Works well on the scooter in the rain, blocks the wind, and keeps him warm. Comfortable. Feels great. Many functional pockets.

    >Rating: 4

    Lightweight and Effective

    Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer
    Fit:True to size
    Size BoughtMedium
    Height6` 0"
    Weight170 lbs

    This jacket is really nice because of its extreme light weight and thin material. The design has a nice tailored fit and it does a great job a keeping the water out. The only reason I give it four stars is that the material feels wet after rained on - probably because of how thin it is; I believe this is what "Jone E" is referring to in his review below. I usually wear a thin sweater underneath it anyway so that problem is fixed. Overall very good raincoat - my friends are always wanting to borrow it.

    >Rating: 5

    Awesome Jacket

    Familiarity:I've used it several times
    Fit:True to size
    Height6` 3"
    Weight205 lbs

    This jacket is bomber, spoke with one of my customers about the product, and found out his impressions. He said he had a 3 day trip up to the Adirondacks, and it down poured on them, and the North Face Dryzzle Jacket held up super well for him, kept him completely dry. Great Outer-Layer. And he was really pleased that he had brought it with him.

    >Rating: 5

    Premium windbreaker

    Familiarity:I've used it several times
    Fit:True to size
    Size BoughtLarge
    Height6` 0"
    Weight180 lbs

    This is the lightest TNF shell I have owned, and I see it as a premium windbreaker that doubles as a rainjacket. This is perfect since this allows for more effective layering. Put a Thermoball on underneath and you have a very toasty combo. It is a pretty sharp jacket and of course Gore-Tex!

    >Rating: 3

    6 month review

    Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer
    Fit:True to size
    Size BoughtM
    Height5` 10"
    Weight165 lbs

    Bought this jacket back February, and since then it's been on rainy backpacking trips, and between my car and office. Pros: The fit is long enough to cover my torso and waist line, and the slight dip in the back helps the rain waiter drain off my back instead of down the back of my legs. The fabric makes it light, packable, and not loud/crunchy. Cons: Gore-Tex Paclite 2L fabric. If you've never tried Paclite fabric before, please please please do so before you ever buy a product made with it. This is not your standard bomb-proof Gore-Tex experience you might be expecting, and that's because they removed a critical third layer in the Paclite line. The 2 layer system, simply stated, means that it will block rain, but not condensation. I suspect that the reviewer below that called this "not waterproof" had this experience. After some time in the rain, condensation will build up on the inside of the jacket, causing you to feel like the rain went right through it. I can go into why that happens for anyone curious, (just ask). Summary: The jacket is cut well and works perfectly CONSIDERING the fabric choice. I would not ever recommend this jacket for a rainy weekend adventure outdoors. Use this for urban environments where you're not exposed to downpour rain longer than 15-30 minutes, and it will work flawlessly.

    Hello John, Thank you for your informative review on this product. Can you please explain how and why condensation can form on the inside of the jacket? What can be done by the wearer to prevent condensation? Do you recommend this jacket for working outdoor in the rain for long periods of time? I am looking for a light weight and mobile alternative to my TNF Summit L5 Fuseform Goretex jacket. Even though it is lighter than other 3L Gore-tex jackets, I find it too bulky and immobile for rigorous activities. I thought the Dryzzle would be that perfect rain jacket, until someone complained about wetness/condensation. Please help.

    >Rating: 5

    Worth the extra money and solid fit

    Size BoughtMedium
    Height5` 8"
    Weight165 lbs

    Great rain jacket for the money. Side pockets are not waterproof but has a good adjustable hood and is Gore Tex. Wish North Face made gore-tex rain pants. I'm 5'8" and 165 lbs with athletic build and a medium fits great. Still room for a sweatshirt underneath.

    >Rating: 5

    Nice Jacket

    Familiarity:I've used it several times
    Fit:True to size

    I was looking for a lightweight gore-tex rain jacket and this is perfect. Packs down super small and is very waterproof while still being breathable.

    >Rating: 2

    Not waterproof

    Familiarity:I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
    Fit:True to size

    I bought this jacket because it is supposed to be waterproof. Unfortunately, the first decent rain I was able to get out in (I do live in California), I was out in a decent pour for only about 1/2 hour and the inside of the jacket was quite wet and the exterior was starting to get soaked. I am in the process of returning it. And, I'm bothered by the fact that I'll have to pay the return shipping. The jacket does have some nice features, although there isn't a way to roll up and secure the hood.

    >Rating: 5

    Perfect Shell

    Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer
    Fit:True to size
    Size BoughtLarge
    Height5` 7"
    Weight155 lbs

    I bought this jacket to be used as an outer layer for winter rain and wind protection. It has performed beautifully.

    >Rating: 5

    Great Light Jacket

    Familiarity:I've used it several times
    Fit:True to size
    Size BoughtLarge
    Height6` 2"
    Weight160 lbs

    Black looks sharp. Love the vents and pockets in the jacket. A great light jacket that will get a lot of use in the SouthEast.

    >Rating: 4

    North face is always solid

    I got the gray and green one. Nice look, pretty light weight should do great this fall

    >Rating: 4

    Not Bad

    Familiarity:I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
    Fit:True to size
    Size Boughtlarge
    Height5` 7"
    Weight175 lbs

    Bought this jacket after my North Face Kichatna was lost or stolen at a ski resort. So bummed and wanted something to get though summer hikes. The Kichatna was awesome like a portable tent, but heavy. What I like about this jacket here its light. It seems made well but not a fan of the inside material. It feels rain jacket like which are know to be claimy. Yet went for a hike in the pouring rain and I was so dry and not sweating. I like some hyvents but rather Gore-tex so paid for this in hopes it vents better then hyvent. It is true to size love the fit more then anything. I wear a large and it is perfect for a large. With the Kichatna I was forced to get a XL and it always felt a little to big. Over all a great jacket for the price. I am planing some fall climbs and hoping I can bring this light packable jacket to protect me from any of the winds, rains or other elements I come across.

    >Rating:

    Is this jacket Gore-Tex protected? On the North Face site it says it is, but I see nothing on here.

    Hey Devin! Yup the material is 2-layer Gore-Tex Paclite! It's a bit hidden in the material specs on here, sorry about that! Let me know if you have any other questions on it and I'd be happy to help on that! Cheers, Connor