The North Face
Denali Wind Pro Jacket
Price Paid: $198
Warm, light and comfortable but: sleeves and body are too large as on the regular Denali (this one is much lighter though). I usually wear an L for TNF jackets but this one insist on the same mistake of the regular Denali: too much cloth. Why? If I get an M the collar and or chest may be too small... chest and collar are fine.
Maybe they should just shift the size tag and consider the M an L and so on.
It's fine but try two different sizes before decide (don't buy by mail order as I did unless you are certain or you can exchange).
currently retails for:
$139.27 - $199.00
where to buy:
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