The North Face Anden Triclimate

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The king of versatility, The North Face Triclimate three-in-one jacket, keeps you warm and sheltered from the elements with on-the-go wardrobe adjustments. The Anden Jacket is geared more toward cool weather, rather than severe winter cold. Because it's lightweight, it also works well for backcountry tours and other highly cardiovascular winter activities. The North Face's Triclimate Jackets include an outer shell jacket and an inner liner jacket for insulation. The Anden features a waterproof breathable HyVent shell and a TKA 100 lightweight fleece liner jacket. The shell features a fixed, adjustable hood, two zippered hand pockets, and adjustable cuff tabs to lock out icy drafts and snow. The TKA (that's Totally kick Ass) 100-weight fleece jacket also has two zippered hand pockets and can be worn on its own as a light jacket.


Maximum three-in-one versatility for any cold-weather situation. The North Faces Mens Anden Triclimate Jacket adapts from extreme cold to mild temperatures with its zip-in 100-wt. fleece liner. Waterproof, breathable HyVent 2L shell is seam-sealed to keep you 100% dry in wet weather. Zip-in compatibility with any compatible The North Face garment allows you to customize your level of warmth. Attached, fully adjustable hood protects head and ears. Cinch-cord hem and hook-and-loop-adjustable cuffs seal out drafts. Media compatible. Shell is 100% polyester. Fleece liner is 100% polyester classic fleece. Imported. Sizes: M-3XL. Colors: Monster Blue/Cosmic Blue, Scallion Green/Black Ink Green, TNF Black, TNF Red. Size: 2 X-Large. Color: Monster Blu/Csmc Blu. Gender: Male. Age Group: Adult. Material: Polyester. Type: Jackets.

- Cabela's

The North Face Men's Anden Triclimate Jacket is a 3-in-1 jacket for cold adventures from work to skiing to Snowball war with the family out back. The waterproof HyVent 2 layer shell protects against everything wet and windy, just the barrier you'll need to fight off the elements. The shell has a hood so you can duck for cover and not worry about the hairs on your head and the front zipper is covered with a storm flap for additional protection. The inner jacket zips in and out of the shell depending on the temp of the outdoor world as well as your personal preference. It's a 100% polyester lightweight fleece to insulate against the cold until you can get back inside for a much deserved cup of coffee. Wear the jackets together or separate, the only real question is do you show no mercy during the Snowball war, or take pity upon those cute little kids?Features of The North Face Men's Anden Triclimate Jacket Waterproof, breathable, seam-sealed, HyVent 2L shell Zip-in-compatible integration with complementing garments from The North Face Attached, fully adjustable hood Center front zip with stormflap and snap closure Covered, secure-zip hand pockets Velcro adjustable cuff tabs Hem cinch-cord Media compatible (Inner Jacket) 100-weight fleece inner jacket Secure-zip hand pockets

- Moosejaw

Customize your coverage outdoors with a 3-in-1 jacket that allows you to wear the protective waterproof shell jacket alone in wet conditions or zip in the classic fleece inner jacket for midweight warmth in colder climates.

- The North Face

The waterproof HyVent(R) exterior remains breathable during aerobic activity in wet weather. Zip out the TKA 100 fleece liner to wear for lightweight warmth outdoors during transitional weather, or as a standalone jacket indoors at the mountain house.

- Rocky Mountain Trail

The North Face Anden Triclimate

previously retailed for:
$99.50 - $199.00

The North Face Anden Triclimate is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen January 9, 2018 at

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