The North Face Aconcagua Vest
490 g / 17.28 oz
40D 65 g / sq m, 52% Recycled, 48% Polyester Ripstop Insulation: 550 Fill Goose Down
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On Sale. Free Shipping. The North Face Men's Aconcagua Vest FEATURES of The North Face Men's Aconcagua Vest Durable Water Repellent finish Heatseeker insulation Secure zip chest pocket and hand pockets
- Moosejaw refers to the men's version
Forget about the chill when you pull on the Mens Aconcagua Vest from The North Face. 550-fill-power Responsible Down Standard-certified goose down and Heatseeker insulation trap body heat to help you stay warm when the temperature plummets. Durable water-repellent finish beads away water. Made of 53/47 recycled polyester/polyester. Zippered chest and hand pockets. Imported. Sizes: M-2XL. Color: TNF Black. Size: X-Large. Color: Tnf Black. Gender: Male. Age Group: Adult. Material: Polyester. Type: Vests.
- Cabela's refers to the men's version
Prevent losing crucial body heat during cold days or nights in the backcountry with this 550-fill down insulated jacket that features a baffled construction to prevent cold spots and ample synthetic insulation at the sides.
- The North Face refers to the men's version
The North Face Aconcagua Down Vest provides the core warmth you want without the poofy life-jacket look of many down vests. While synthetic Heatseeker insulation resides in the shoulders and pockets, 500-fill down lives throughout the rest of the vest. The Aconcagua offers plenty of warmth and protection as a stand-alone, and can also be zipped into compatible shells from The North Face when the weather gets really nasty and cold. Designed with a durable ripstop exterior that consists of over 50% recycled materials, this rugged down vest excels at running errands around town 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 arm-holes 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