The North Face Decagon Insulated Novelty Jacket

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Retailers' Descriptions

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Slay the slopes or tool around town in a technical, fully featured hooded jacket with a street-inspired exterior. Two-tone twill with HyVent 2L technology has the look of denim while achieving multi-layer waterproofing that remains breathable. Varied synthetic insulation places (80 g) insulation in the lower back and upper arms, and less (60 g) throughout the rest of the jacket, to maximize thermal insulation where your body needs it the most. A zippered media pocket on the chest keeps your MP3 player close by, so you can get stoked on your favorite tunes at the top of the pipe. Park fit creates extra room in the body and sleeves to keep you covered while twisting and hucking.

- The North Face

A street-inspired, novelty HyVent(R) jacket with Heatseeker(TM) keeps you warm and stylin' from first chair to last call. Park fit. Waterproof, breathable, fully seam sealed. Adjustable fixed hood. Pit-zip vents. Dual-entry flap and zip hand pockets. Zip chest media-pocket access with egress opening. Internal goggles pocket. Snap-down stretch powder skirt with elastic gripper. Clip-in integration. Hook-and-loop adjustable cuffs. Adjustable hem system. Fabric: shell: 70D 183 g/m2 HyVent(R) 2L-75% nylon, 25% polyester denim-look two-tone twill; 70D 163 g/m2 HyVent(R) 2L-100% nylon Taslan(R). lining: taffeta, brushed tricot. insulation: 80 g Heatseeker(TM) lower back, upper arm; 60 g Heatseeker(TM) lower body, back, arms, hood. Length from center of back: 30". Weight: 1080 g (38.1 oz).

- Rocky Mountain Trail

The North Face Decagon Insulated Novelty Jacket

previously retailed for:
$229.90 - $230.00

The North Face Decagon Insulated Novelty Jacket is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen December 24, 2013 at The North Face.

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