The North Face 5 Boroughs Jacket - Women's

Specs

Weight 434 g / 12.8 oz
Fabric 50D 70 g/m2 100% nylon taffeta
Insulation 150 g Heetseekerâ„¢

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Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

This lightly insulated jacket is perfect for a brisk day out. The 5 Boroughs Jacket from The North Face keeps you toasty warm with Heetseeker synthetic insulation and ribbed cuffs to keep your heat. An internal security pocket can hold your valuables and the star pattern quilting adds a fashionable flare.

- Mountain Gear

The North Face 5 Boroughs jacket is the perfect choice when hitting the streets. Durable nylon fabric features an embroidered allover design. Heatseeker(TM) insulation offers lightweight warmth. Nylon lining easily slides over layers. Rib-knit collar, cuffs and hem seal in the warmth. Athletic fit. Closeout.

- REI

Whether you live in Queens or Manhattan, the 5 Boroughs Jacket's urban style keeps you warm thanks to ample insulation throughout core and arms. Durable nylon taffeta exterior features feminine star quilt lines and an athletic-inspired ribbed collar, cuffs and hem.

- Rocky Mountain Trail

With enough insulation for cold-weather protection in the mountains, The North Face 5 Boroughs Jacket for women is also designed with enough style to handle the rigors of going out for a night on the town.

- Altrec Outlet

100% nylon woven taffeta with DWR Quilted pattern construction for added style and comfort Ribbed cuff, collar and hem for her pleasure Left bicep pocket for added storage, and two hand warmer pockets.

- Campmor

The North Face Women's 5 Boroughs Jacket

previously retailed for:
$16.91 - $129.00

The North Face Women's 5 Boroughs Jacket is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen January 15, 2013 at Mountain Gear.

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