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Cruise the resort in style.
The North Face Tanager Anorak Jacket is a versatile shell for storm skiing, park laps, and above-the-chair hikes alike. A stylish, but functional piece, the Tanager Anorak features a DryVent shell—a waterproof and breathable fabric with fully taped seams that repels snow and rain. Add another layer underneath and pull up the helmet-compatible hood for chilly winter days in the mountains, or wear it as a raincoat around town.
- A lightweight shell for ripping up the slopes in all conditions
- DryVent shell is waterproof and breathable
- Fully taped seams keep you dry in a storm
- Powder skirt keeps you from getting soaked if you wipe out
- Kangaroo pocket with a media port to bump tunes
- Underarm zips for quick ventilation
- Item #TNF03FU
- Q & A
Love this jacket!
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
- Fit: True to size
- Size Bought: Medium
- Height: 5'8"
- Weight: 130lbs
Super adorable jacket! It is super lightweight so you will have to do some layering in cold conditions. Very cool side zipper easy to take off and on. Would recommend to anyone. Lots of nice pockets too.
KILLIN THE GAME
- Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
Ok. This jacket is bomb. I sized up on all my ski stuff this year (i.e. from a small to a medium in pants and jackets). This is a really long shell that looks killer on the slopes. I love the TNF patch. The pullover design may be a little tricky for getting in and out of. The jacket in a medium comes well beyond my bum, giving me that perfect slouchy ski bum look I was going for. I would recommend going a size up so that it doesn't constrict your hips and leg movement, then you can add extra layers of insulation underneath since this does not have any. It does have a powder skirt, but I will definitely need to add a puffy or heavy fleece to stay warm. I typically wear a size small in shirts, I have a larger chest, and a medium in this jacket had extra room in all areas. A small would be a little snug on chest and hips, but it all depends on how baggy you are ok with.