The North Face 5.14A Jacket

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The perfect jacket for cold morning climbing. The 5.14a Jacket from The North Face is lightly insulated with PrimaLoft Eco synthetic insulation to keep the chill off without doing harm to the environment that you love to climb in. If the weather start to turn, take out the stowable emergency hood for some extra protection against the elements.

- Mountain Gear

Named for the hardest climbing grade achievable, this new insulated hooded jacket is perfect to wear for chilly springtime belays at the crag. Constructed with a lightweight nylon mini-ripstop shell and packed with lightweight-yet-warm PrimaLoft Eco insulation for warmth without the weight. Removable and stowable emergency hood (in contrast color) provides adjustable cover for variable conditions. Sheen at exterior.

- The North Face

Free Shipping. The North Face Women's 5.14A Jacket DECENT FEATURES of the North Face Women's 5.14A Jacket Standard fit Attached, stow able, emergency hood Brushed chin guard Two hand pockets Self fabric elastic cuff and hem The SPECS Average Weight: 13.6 oz / 460 g Center Back: 25in. Fabric: Body: 30D 44 g/m2 (1.3 oz/yd2) 100% nylon mini-ripstop, Insulation: Prim aloft Eco This product can only be shipped within the United States. Please don't hate us.

- Moosejaw

Lightweight shell with PrimaLoft(R) Eco and a stowable emergency hood is the perfect jacket for chilly spring belays / Standard fit / Brushed chin guard / Two hand pockets / Self fabric elastic cuff and hem

- Rocky Mountain Trail

When your little grom has snow plans that grow beyond imaginable expectations, The North Face Insulated Cameeno Jacket helps dial him in. A toasty snow jacket that eliminates "burr its cold" excuses, this core warmer wraps its 200 g Heatseeker(TM) Aero insulation in a waterproof breathable HyVent(R) 2 layer nylon canvas shell to keep his comfort fires burning. If the weather is nasty - hood on, if it's cozy - hood off; he can cover his head in insulation when he needs to. For those boys who have driveway shoveling chores this snow jacket adjusts with a drawcord system at hem to keep his body heat in, Velcro(R) closes with cuff tabs so snow won't run up his sleeves, and locks down the front zipper with a snap storm-flap to block a pesky wind. Sliding on and off easily with its cotton flannel plaid lining, The North Face Insulated Cameeno Jacket even has an ID label so he can find his way home after school.

- Altrec Outdoors

The North Face 5.14A Jacket

previously retailed for:
$90.97 - $130.00

The North Face 5.14A Jacket is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen January 15, 2013 at Mountain Gear.

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