The North Face Chill Shield Jacket
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Description of The North Face Chill Shield JacketWind-resistant and breathable four way stretch jacket from The North Face.FeaturesPerformance fit Natural wicking mesh lining Stretch side panels and mesh underarms for mobility and breathability Brushed collar lining Two hand pockets Elastic-bound cuffs Hem cinch-cord Stowable in pocket Imported
- US Outdoor Store
When spring drizzles and blustery winds are threatening your early spring hike, opt for the Chill Shield Jacket from The North Face. You're protected from the wind and light rain by tightly woven fabric that's coated with precip-shedding DWR, stretch side panels allow you to move comfortably, and the whole jacket can be stowed in its own Napoleon pocket.
- Mountain Gear
On Sale. Free Shipping. The North Face Men's Chill Shield Jacket DECENT FEATURES of The North Face Men's Chill Shield Jacket Performance fit Natural wicking mesh lining Stretch side panels and mesh underarms for mobility and breathability Brushed collar lining Two hand pockets Elastic-bound cuffs Hem cinch-cord Stowable in pocket The SPECS Average Weight: 297.39 g / 10.49 oz Center Back: 28in. Fabric: Body: 40D 65 g/m2 (1.9 oz/yd2) 100% polyester ripstop with DWR Side, Panels: 90D 142 g/m2 (4.2 oz/yd2) 87% polyester, 13% elastane with four-way stretch This product can only be shipped within the United States. Please don't hate us.
A wind-resistant full-zip shell designed with four-way stretch side panels and breathable mesh underarm panels for maximum mobility and airflow during aerobic activities. Performance fit construction designed for active use, with a close-to-body silhouette. Natural wicking mesh liner sucks excess sweat away from skin, moving to the outer layer of the fabric where it evaporates.
- The North Face