The North Face Denali Wind Pro Jacket

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Weight 25.8 oz / 730 g



Warm, light and comfortable but: sleeves and body…

Rating: rated 0 of 5 stars
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).

Manufacturer's Description

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Hiking the dramatic landscape of the Annapurna Circuit in the snow-capped, rugged mountains of Nepal can be an unparalleled, life-changing experience. It can also be a bit windy. Reliable, iconic protection for the world's most extreme environments, The North Face Men's Denali Wind Pro Jacket is here to lend comfort to all of your adventurous wanderings.Featuring Polartec Wind Pro fabric, this protective full zip has four times the wind resistance of traditional fleece yet retains its breathable performance to keep you from overheating from within. The outer surface is composed of tightly woven yarn that sheds rain and snow effortlessly and won't break down over time. The abrasion resistant shoulders make for long-lasting durability and pack carrying comfort while the elastic-bound cuffs and hem keep the elements at bay. Zip in compatibility makes it easy to wear as a mid-layer under your shell while the iconic styling and insulating comfort make it a reliable stand-alone piece. For those that go in search of the highest peaks and the choicest views, The North Face Denali Wind Pro Jacket for men delivers unbeatable performance wherever you go exploring.

- Altrec Outdoors

Dude, this is really odd-your mouth is moving but I can't hear a word you're saying. What's going on? Why did that tree over there just uproot and blow across the river? Hang on it's really windy out here, isn't it. Huh, the Polartec Wind Pro and Power Shield material in this The North Face Denali Wind Pro Jacket really does work. Sweet.

- Backcountry Outlet

The North Face Denali WindPro Jacket for MenThe North Face Denali WindPro Jacket for Men is the perfect jacket for your outdoor adventure. This jacket is up to four times more windproof than the classic Denali jacket. It features the mid-layer whcih is crafted of incredibly breathable Polartec Wind Pro shearling fleece. Water-resistant finish and Polartec Power Shield reinforced shoulders improve durability and overall weather protection when this versatile jacket is worn as an outer layer. Bomber windproof fleece is made from durable Polartec Wind Pro fabric, derived from tightly woven yarn that reduces the effects of wind chill, while maintaining optimal breathability to prevent overheating. Enjoy your time outdoors and feel comfortable with the North Face Denali WindPro Jacket for Men.

- SunnySports

The iconic Denali jackets are known for their extreme warmth, but The North Face really upped the ante with the Denali Men's Wind Pro Fleece Jacket. You get protection from wind and wet weather not only from the chest and shoulder abrasion panels but throughout the body of the jacket thanks to the powers of the Polartec Wind Pro fleece. So go ahead, venture outdoors in raw weather without worrying about wind chill teaming up with cold temps to ruin your day.


The North Face Denali Wind Pro Jacket


The Denali Wind Pro Jacket has been discontinued. It last appeared in The North Face's 2011 product line.


The North Face Denali Wind Pro Jacket is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen February 17, 2014 at SunnySports.

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