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The North Face Thermoball Eco Jacket - Men's

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Thermoball Eco Jacket

Whether you're layering up for a particularly snowy day at the resort, or you just need a light insulated jacket for daily wear, you can check off all the boxes with The North Face's Thermoball Eco Jacket. This easy-to-layer puffy features a slim wear-anywhere profile with reliable synthetic insulation and an eco-friendly construction. Designed to mimic the loft of down, ThermoBall fibers combine with the jacket's bottleneck quilt pattern to trap warmth and minimize cold spots, while a DWR finish on the face fabric defends against any light snow that sneaks into your shell. Lightweight and packable, the Thermoball Eco can fit easily into its own pocket, and thanks to 100% post-consumer recycled materials, you can rest easy knowing you've reduced the amount of plastic in our environment.

  • The North Face's classic midlayer, now made from recycled content
  • Unique synthetic fibers mimic the warmth-trapping loft of down
  • Water-repellent finish sheds any light precip you may encounter
  • Zippered pockets provide a reliable stash for small valuables
  • Packable design can easily stow in its own pocket during travel
  • Slim fit layers well beneath your shell if you're skiing or riding
  • Item #TNF05SE

[face fabric] (classic) 20D recycled nylon, DWR finish, (matte) 30D recycled polyester, DWR finish, (print) 50D x 50D recycled polyester taffeta, DWR finish, [lining] (classic, print) 20D recycled nylon, (matte) 30D recycled polyester
ThermoBall (100% recycled polyester)
Center Back Length
[external] 2 zippered hand, [internal] 1 zippered chest
Claimed Weight
Recommended Use
all-mountain skiing, all-mountain snowboarding, casual, hiking, sport climbing, trad climbing
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>Rating: 3

Multiple "fit" descriptions

I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
Runs small
Size Bought
6` 00"
200 lbs

This is a good looking well made North Face garment. The problem is that in the bold face product description at the top of the page the words "slim fit" are not used. It is only if you scroll down (I didn't) and read the whole description does it use the words "slim fit". To add to the confusion, if you read the "technical" details under "fit" it uses the word "regular". Once I received the jacket I noticed a tag marked "Slim Fit" before I removed it from its protective plastic sleeve. After trying it on I decided to keep it but I can assure prospective buyers that you will not be able to wear anything but a light shirt or turtleneck underneath unless you have a very slight/trim athletic build. This jacket doesn't fit at all like the numerous other North Face jackets I own.

>Rating: 5


Brilliant! I get extra discount from here:

>Rating: 2

TNF Thermoball

I've put it through the wringer
Size Bought
5` 8"
172 lbs

Bought this jacket 3 & 4 years ago (2 of them). Used them for hunting, fishing , backpacking, skiing, & climbing. Was going to buy another last week, tried it on. The quality & features are notably less. This jacket has been 'cheapened' so greatly I did not buy one.

>Rating: 5

I bought 3 of these

I've put it through the wringer
True to size
Size Bought
6` 1"
160 lbs

I have teenagers. They hate jackets. These they will wear because they are thin but warm. The first one I bought was weird because anything it caught on would tear the fabric. By the time my oldest had worn it for a season, it was a mess. I bought him a new one two years ago and he has not torn it on anything, so I think the easy tearing had been resolved. I am always worried that they are not warm enough, but I have used his coat to run out in the dead of winter and stayed warm. The middle one insisted on having one last year. He is very accident prone, so I worried his would be torn to shreds. But no, his is also in awesome shape after a full winter of wearing. I buy them a bit big so they can wear them more than one season and that had paid off. The 14 year old is 6’1” and 160 and wears a large. He can wear it with sweatshirts easily and not have an issue. He is a linebacker for his football team, so wide shoulders. The other one is 5’6” and 130 lbs. I bought him a medium and it was big on him, but space to grow, so I am happy.

>Rating: 4

Great jacket for cool weather

I've used it several times
True to size
Size Bought
150 lbs

I got this coat at a pretty steep discount, and am overall quite pleased with it. It's perfect for those days in the 40's - 50'sF where you don't need your heavy coat. My only real complaint is that it doesn't have enough pockets! Just two handwarmers, no chest pocket, no inside pockets. In my world, every coat should have it's appropriate weight pair of gloves and cap, and the handwarmers get a little crowded carrying that.

>Rating: 4

A great insulator or for around town

I've put it through the wringer
True to size

I use this jacket under a gore tex piece for skiing. It is a great insulator. I love to use it around town when Im not up in the mountains for a comfortable jacket.