The North Face Decagon Jacket

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The women's The North Face Decagon Jacket is a versatile, insulated shell perfect for skiers and snowboarders. The two layer HyVent fabric gives you waterproof breathable performance. Heatseeker Eco insulation traps warmth so you don't have to hassle with so many layers when you're trying to get out the door for first tracks. Bluesign approved materials make this an eco-friendly jacket. A fully-featured fixed hood seals out the elements and moves with your head. Rotated core pit-zip vents let you cool off when you're working hard. Handwarmer zip pockets and dual chest pockets give you plenty of secure external storage, while an internal media security pocket keeps valuable electronics protected. An internal goggle pocket keeps your goggles or glasses scratch-free. Hook-and-loop adjustable cuffs keep the snow out. Snap-back powder skirt with gripper elastic keeps the powder out on the deepest days. Pant-a-locks keep the powder skirt from riding up. An adjustable hem system seals in the warmth. A buddy lift clip gives you a convenient place for a lift ticket or season pass. This is the one jacket you need when you're hitting the slopes this winter, from The North Face women. Shell Material: 2 layer HyVent plain weave. Lining: Lace embossed taffeta. Insulation: Heatseeker Eco 80 g. Bluesign approved environmentally friendly processing. Avg Weight: 928 g (32.73 oz). Colors: TNF Black, Stinger Yellow - Tahoe Mountain Sports

Specs

Shell Fabric 2L HyVent® Softfaille, Bluesign® Approved
Lining Fabric Lace Embossed Taffeta
Insulation Heatseeker™ Eco 80 g

The North Face Women's Decagon Jacket

Discontinued

The Women's Decagon Jacket has been discontinued. It last appeared in The North Face's 2011 product line.

MSRP:
$199.00

The North Face Women's Decagon Jacket is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen October 12, 2014 at Mountain Gear.

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