Features of the The North Face Vortex Triclimate Jacket
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Vortex Triclimate Jacket
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There’s no looking back in this whirlwind of the snow dance, as you cruise down the mountain in the North Face Vortex Triclimate Jacket. This men’s jacket is fully dialed into the three-in-one system that keeps you warm in cold winter conditions, and cool in spring. North Face has perfected the waterproof, breathable, fully seamed HyVent® shell to work with the polyester and nylon shadow pinstripe liner with the reinforcement of the Heatseeker™ insulation. North Face has constructed a well-made jacket with an adjustable, detachable hood, powder skirt, adjustable hem system, cuff tabs and core vents. This jacket screams out comfort with great mobility. The Vortex Triclimate Jacket is pocket crazy with dual chest pockets, internal goggle pocket, zip hand pockets, and an internal security pocket. In addition, there is a wrist accessory pocket with goggle cloth. The best in a Triclimate® Zip-in finish this show. North Face knows how to take care of you and provides a lifetime warranty with this baby. It is time to treat yourself, you will be glad you did.
TOP FIVE PROS
- Comfortable (2)
- Water Resistant (2)
- Warm (2)
- Versatile (1)
- Durable (1)
TOP THREE BEST USES
- Outdoor Activities (2)
- Surviving winter snowstorms (1)
- Skiing/Snowboarding (1)
REVIEWED BY: N/A 2014-02-16
"Wanted a triclimate with a down liner for warmth and this has met every expectation I had. Warm, waterproof, good number of pockets and looks good too. I'm 5'9, 130 lbs. and the small fits me well. You probably need to try it on in store to get the right size."
REVIEWED BY: GPQUINN 2014-02-05
"Replaced a much more expensive Marmot that lasted 6+ years. So far so good. Not constricting...plenty of room to move without feeling too big. Seems warm and easy to swap out liner."