The North Face Boundary TriClimate Jacket - Boys'

Specs

Body Fabric HyVent® 2L—100% Nylon Faille Weave, Bluesign® Approved
Lining Fabric 100% Polyester Mesh

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Manufacturer's Description

Visit The North Face's Boundary TriClimate Jacket page.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

On Sale. Free Shipping. The North Face Boy's Boundary Triclimate Jacket FEATURES of The North Face Boy's Boundary Triclimate Jacket Waterproof, breathable, fully seam sealed Fixed hood Zip-in compatible Powder skirt System map ID label Goggle cloth Key clip Leftsleeve pass pocket on outer jacket Internal Velcro media pocket Adjustable drawcord system at hem Adjustable cuff tabs Secure zip side entry hand pockets Internal hem-stabilization system at center front zip Heat transfer logo on front and back of shell Embroidered logo on front of liner jacket

- Moosejaw

The North Face Boys Boundary Triclimate Jacket - Sale - Young riders can push their boundaries on the slopes with this versatile 3-in-1 snowsports jacket that pairs a waterproof shell with a removable insulated liner jacket to create a tough barrier against cold weather. Fully featured for snowsports.

- Massey's Outfitters

Young riders can push their boundaries on the slopes with this versatile 3-in-1 snowsports jacket that pairs a waterproof shell with a removable insulated liner jacket to create a tough barrier against cold weather. Fully featured for snowsports.

- The North Face

If the resort thermometer spikes or dips too far in either direction, The North Face Boys' Boundary Triclimate Jacket is adaptable to keep your wild and crazy grom on top of his game. A waterproof breathable HyVent 2L shell keeps falling and melting snow from soaking his drive, and the insulated liner jacket boosts warmth when he needs it most.

- Backcountry.com