The North Face Aconcagua Jacket
670 g / 23.62 oz
40D 65 g/m² 52% Recycle, 48% Polyester Ripstop
550 Fill Goose Down
This is a decent down jacket. Not a super warm jacket…
Source: bought it new
Price Paid: $120
This is a decent down jacket. Not a super warm jacket though. It's fine in the fall or spring temps but not cut out for winter. I go to Nevada a lot in the winter and this jacket is fine during the day when I'm working in the 40s-50s temperatures.
- Durable material
- Zipper is good
- Not warm enough for real cold weather
- I've had nicer material that felt softer on my Merrell jacket
It was okay for the money as I got it on sale. Full price I may have been a little let down. All it is lacking is a few more ounces of down to be a superior product. The zippers are nice. An interior pocket with zipper would have been nice or a chest pocket.
This is overall a good jacket. It fits good. I have…
Source: received it as a personal gift
This is overall a good jacket. It fits good. I have used it down to about 35 degrees but it would be warmer with a Triclimate shell. It doesn't really shed down feathers. The outer material is not waterproof but it is rather thick compared to other down outer layers.
Overall, it is a pretty good, warm jacket.
A great jacket. I reside in north Florida and most…
Price Paid: $100
A great jacket. I reside in north Florida and most people think I am crazy for owning a down jacket! But the other night when wind chills reached 24 degrees I was warm, toasty and not quite as crazy. The jacket fits well and seems to be constructed very well. I am glad I made the purchase.
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Rely on The North Face Men's Aconcagua Down Jacket for durable versatility that keeps you warm with 550-fill down, on or off the mountain. The Aconcagua offers plenty of warmth and protection as a stand-alone jacket, and can also be zipped into compatible shells from The North Face when the weather gets really nasty. Designed with a durable ripstop exterior that consists of over 50% recycled materials, this rugged down jacket excels at shoveling driveways and layering for winter adventures. The Aconcagua also stows in its own left-hand pocket, which makes it perfect for backpacking. The elastic binding at the cuffs shuts out drafts comfortably, and the drawstring hem lets you wear it loose around the bottom or sealed up tight.
- Backcountry.com refers to the men's version
Free Shipping. The North Face Men's Aconcagua Jacket FEATURES of The North Face Men's Aconcagua Jacket Insulated jacket provides reliable warmth on its own or when layered nylon plain weave fabric Contains 77% Recycled content by weight Bluesign approved Two non-zip, 100 g Heatseeker-insulated hand pockets Secure-zip secondary external pocket Elastic binding at cuffs SPECIFICATIONS of The North Face Men's Aconcagua Jacket Relaxed fit Average Weight: 17.64 oz / 500 g Center Back Length: 27.5in. Shell: 40D x 50D 65 g/m2 53% Recycled polyester, 47% Polyester ripstop Body and Sleeve Insulation: 550 fill goose down Shoulder and Pocket Insulation: 100 g Heatseeker This product can only be shipped within the United States. Please don't hate us.
- Moosejaw refers to the men's version
Whether worn in Anchorage or Albany, this warm 550-fill down jacket features a baffled, ripstop nylon exterior with a slight shimmer to create a sleek, stylish appearance. A DWR (durable water repellent) finish sheds light rain and snow.
- The North Face refers to the men's version
Zip-in compatibility allows you to easily insert this warm jacket into The North Face(R) shell jackets for streamlined weather protection on the coldest winter days. The durable ripstop exterior is baffled to prevent the warm 550-fill down from shifting and effectively trapping more warm air. A DWR (durable water repellent) finish sheds light rain and allows you to wear this jacket alone in cool temperatures.
- Rocky Mountain Trail refers to the men's version