The North Face Bleecker Jacket

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Pull out The North Face Women's Bleecker Jacket from your day pack when rain pours from the sky in the middle of your mountain biking session, pedal downtown, or overseas hike. A cape vent in the back helps keep you cool as you continue up the mountain or down the street.

- Backcountry.com

Pedal downtown in a fully featured waterproof jacket that prepares you for unpredictable city streets and wet springtime weather. Ripstop nylon HyVent 2L technology offers durable, multi-layer waterproofing that remains breathable and comfortable as you work up a sweat or get caught in a downpour. The brimmed hood is helmet compatible and provides extra protection when the conditions get sketchy. A cape vent opens during forward motion to cool your back, one of the key areas where men sweat the most. The elliptical hem is slightly longer in the back to prevent skin exposure as you lean towards the handlebars. Constructed with a small pocket on cuff to store the key to your bike lock and a zippered security pocket in the back that s angled for easy access. A media port organizes your personal electronics. Reflective elements throughout increase your visibility when sharing the road with motorists in low light.

- The North Face

A full-featured, waterproof jacket with a helmet-compatible hood and reflective trim to keep you dry and visible on rainy days while you pedal. Waterproof. Breathable. Helmet-compatible stow hood. Zip hand pockets. Adjustable cuffs. Single back zip security pocket. Cape vent. Cuff key/lock pocket. Media port. Reflective logos and elements. Fabric: 20D 75 g/m2 (2.21 oz/yd2) HyVent(R) 2L heather ripstop-70% nylon, 30% polyester. Length from center of back: 29". Weight: 508 g (17.92 oz).

- Rocky Mountain Trail

The North Face Women's Bleecker Jacket

previously retailed for:
$112.43 - $150.00

The North Face Women's Bleecker Jacket is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen October 30, 2013 at Backcountry.com.

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