The North Face DNP Jacket
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On Sale. Free Shipping. The North Face Men's DNP Jacket FEATURES of The North Face Men's DNP Jacket Alpine climbing, rock climbing and mountaineering Synthetic 60 g PrimaLoft One insulation stays warm even when wet Stretch woven side panels breathe well, increase mobility and reduce bulk Two zippered hardwarmer pockets Zippered hand pocket doubles as a compressible stow pouch Hidden hem cinch-cord Bluesign approved fabric Summit Series collection is harness and pack-compatible SPECIFICATIONS of The North Face Men's DNP Jacket Average Weight: 8.99 oz / 255 g Center Back Length: 27in. Body: 15D 33 g/m2 100% Nylon ripstop with DWR Underarms: 125 g/m2 TNF Apex Aerobic-87% Nylon, 13% Elastane double weave with DWR Cuff: 225 g/m2 85% Polyester, 15% Elastane double knit Insulation: 60 g PrimaLoft One This product can only be shipped within the United States. Please don't hate us.
- Moosejaw refers to the men's version
Super lightweight and very warm, the men's DNP Jacket from The North Face aces your spring alpine missions with its PrimaLoft One insulation and innovative hybrid construction.
- REI refers to the men's version
The North Face's men's DNP Jacket is the perfect mid or outer layer for lightweight, all-mountain versatility whether you're climbing, mountaineering, or earning your turns. Synthetic 60 g PrimaLoft One insulation stays warm even when wet and stretch woven side panels breathe well, increase your mobility and reduce bulk. Two zippered pockets warm your hands and one of them doubles as a compressible stow pouch. A DWR treatment protects the 100% nylon ripstop shell from misting rain and snowmelt.
- Mountain Gear refers to the men's version
Whether you need an extra layer of warmth during your excursion in the backcountry or a lightweight jacket to use while you enjoy your home resort's closing festivities, turn to The North Face Men's DNP Insulated Jacket. Thanks to this jacket's innovative hybrid construction and PrimaLoft One core insulation, the DNP is able to provide lightweight mid or outer-layer comfort during pretty much any mountain activity. Its TNF Apex Aerobic underarms and stretch-woven side panels supply stellar breathability and freedom of movement with minimal weight and bulk, and the PrimaLoft One insulation offers lightweight warmth, dries quickly, and insulates even when wet, which is critical in unpredictable spring weather. If things do get drizzly, a full DWR treatment helps the water bead off instead of soaking in. A hidden hem cinch cord seals in warmth while a smooth outer fabric finish makes the DNP easy to use as a layering piece beneath a shell, and the hand pockets double as stuff pockets, so you can pack the DNR up small for travel, because you'll definitely want to have it with you.
- Backcountry.com refers to the men's version
Dialed for summit success and darn near perfect for almost any alpine adventure, rely on this versatile layer for warmth without weight during your next backcountry mission. The light (60 g) synthetic insulation is protected by the durable nylon ripstop exterior that's finished with a DWR (durable water repellent) treatment to shed light moisture upon contact. Wind-resistant TNF Apex Aerobic stretch underarm panels increase your range of motion when sending. This compressible jacket stows in the zippered hand pocket for easy carry as an emergency layer. This product contains at least 90% bluesign approved fabric - a standard for environmentally responsible production.
- The North Face refers to the men's version