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The North Face
The North Face Mountain Guide Jacket
Features of the The North Face Mountain Guide Jacket

  • Fabrics/Materials: 75D 115 g/m² (3.2 oz/yd²) GORE-TEX® Performance Shell 2L—100% polyester plain weave
  • Windproof: yes
  • Type of Waterproofing: GORE-TEX®
  • Back Length: 30
  • Weight: 850 g (29.98 oz)
  • Abrasion: 75D 142 g/m² (4.2 oz/yd²) GORE-TEX® Performance Shell 2L—100% polyester plain weave

The North Face

Mountain Guide Jacket

Style AUHB


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The North Face Mountain Guide Jacket: guided and gilded in a Gore-Tex Performance 2L shell, you and The North Face Mountain Guide Jacket pursue the dilutions of grandeur that cast you into the wild. Waterproof and breathable the Mountain Guide Jacket delivers a heavy dose of weather protection when you need it most. Its fully adjustable helmet-compatible hood helps batten down the hatches when you’re dug in with your crampons and ice axe. This Summit Series Mountain Guide Jacket from The North Face is outfitted with two alpine pockets with reverse-coil zips, windflaps, and an elastic wind skirt for high wind protection and brings clarity to your path fortified with polyurethane zips on chest pocket and pit-zips for superior protection and comfort in the mucky muck.





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The North Face Mountain Guide Jacket Reviews


Average of 2 Reviews:

TOP FIVE BEST USES

  • Outdoor Activities (2)
  • Hiking and Camping (2)
  • Climbing/Mountaineering (2)
  • Backcountry Skiing/Snowboarding (2)
  • Wet Weather (1)

TOP THREE PROS

  • Wind Resistant (2)
  • Water Resistant (2)
  • Good Design (2)
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  Great Snowboarding Jacket

REVIEWED BY: TERRYWG    2012-07-02

"I like it! Quality, durable, windproof, and will keep you warm and dry on some of the coldest days up at the mountain, The North Face Mountain guide jacket is pretty cool. It has nice inside pockets for cell phones or mp3 players. Good jacket to wear while snowboarding back country or off the beaten path in deep powder. The hood fits well if you wear a helmet. "

  • Pros: Good Design,Water Resistant,Wind Resistant
  • Best Uses: Backcountry Skiing/Snowboarding,Climbing/Mountaineering,Hiking and Camping,Outdoor Activities
  • Sizing: Feels True to Size
  • Sleeve Length: Feels True to Size
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  Thumbs up!!! Another TNF Champ

REVIEWED BY: DANNYE    2012-06-11

"I’ve had The North Face Mountain Guide Jacket for a few years now and I have no complaints. It is definitely waterproof, wind proof and durable. It will keep you warm and dry in wintry conditions. I mainly wear my jacket while snowboarding and the hood fits nicely around my helmet. It’s a decent jacket for deep powder, due to its length and powder skirt. I am a rather tall (6’3”) and lanky guy so it is nice when a jacket doesn’t get jacked up while I’m shredding through some deep powder. Thumbs up for the pit zips. Also, thumbs up for the internal zip pocket feature. It is perfect for my android and iPod. I think for the price I paid it is well worth it. I have had it for a few snowboarding seasons and it is still going strong. I have worn it on a few mountain climbing expeditions and the thickness of the material around the jacket seemed to do well against the pressure of straps and ropes and I haven’t noticed any wear and tear in those high traffic spots. I highly recommend this jacket for those who like to have extreme adventures out in the mountains. "

  • Pros: Good Design,Water Resistant,Wind Resistant
  • Best Uses: Backcountry Skiing/Snowboarding,Climbing/Mountaineering,Hiking and Camping,Outdoor Activities,Wet Weather
  • Sizing: Feels True to Size
  • Sleeve Length: Feels True to Size
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