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

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

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

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