The North Face Aconcagua Jacket

Specs

Fabric 100% Nylon, DWR Finish
Lining 100% Polyester Taffeta

While the girls' version hasn't been reviewed yet, there are 3 reviews for other versions of the Aconcagua Jacket. Read all reviews »

Manufacturer's Description

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Retailers' Descriptions

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On Sale. Free Shipping. The North Face Girls' Aconcagua Jacket FEATURES of The North Face Girls' Aconcagua Jacket Sewn-through construction Zip-in and snap-in compatible Zippered handwarmer pockets Brushed collar lining ID label Embroidered logo at left chest and back right shoulder

- Moosejaw

A lightweight, warm jacket from The North Face thats ready for winter fun in eye-catching colors. The durable 100% nylon shell has a durable water-repellent finish and the lining is 100% polyester taffeta that glides effortlessly over layers. 550-fill-power down retains body heat naturally and is one of the most efficient insulators you can wear. Zippered handwarmer pockets. Brushed collar lining. Imported. Sizes: XS-XL. Colors: Fortuna Blue, Fusion Pink, Gravity Purple, Metallic Silver/Passion Pink, Passion Pink, Pixie Purple, Premier Purple Print, Razzle Pink, Teaberry Pink Print, Turquoise Blue, Azalea Pink, Metallic Silver Mult, Mint Blue. Size: XS. Color: Mint Blue. Gender: Female. Age Group: Kids. Pattern: Metallic. Material: Polyester.

- Cabela's

Ideal 550-fill down-insulated jacket for any winter activity, this slightly puffy jacket boasts a timeless style that translates across generation and terrain. Zip-in compatible with complementing garments from The North Face(R), add a shell on the exterior for a bombproof barrier in the dead of winter. Diamond-shaped stitching at baffles creates stylish, contemporary look.

- Rocky Mountain Trail

She loves to be outside, but she hates the cold. Bundle your sassy little sweetie up in the Girls' Aconcagua Down Jacket from The North Face. Made with 550-fill down, this toasty jacket will keep her comfy even when the air outside is freezing.

- Backcountry.com