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The North Face Furano Jacket

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Carve down the steeps and bomb through the straightaways in this technical ski jacket crafted of four-way stretch HyVent 2L. Fully sealed seams and a waterproof exterior keep out moisture from heavy snowfall while remaining breathable during aerobic ascents. Varied PrimaLoft Eco insulation throughout the jacket places ample insulation (100 g) in the body and slightly less in the sleeves (60 g) for a boost in warmth without risking overheating. An internal MP3 pocket and a designated pocket for your goggles organize your accessories while keeping them accessible. Use the detachable, snap-front powder skirt or clip-in integration with compatible products from The North Face to protect your mid-layers from snow exposure.

- The North Face refers to the men's version

Plow powder, carve corduroy, and hit the halfpipe no matter how hard it's dumping with The North Face Men's Furano Jacket on. A HyVent membrane with fully taped seams makes the fabric waterproof so you stay dry throughout your ski session. Its four-way stretch fabric lets you crouch, bend, and twist freely. The North Face placed 100g Primaloft Eco in the body, 60g in the sleeves, and 40g in the hood so you stay warm where you need it most without restricting your movement. An active fit brings the Furano closer to your body while leaving room for baselayers and mid-layers on extremely chilly ski days. It features underarm vents that let excessive heat out when you're on the go. The powder skirt keeps snow off your backside, and you can snap it off when you don't need it. The hood protects your head from blustery blizzards, or you can remove it on sunny days. Internal comfort cuffs with thumbholes help bridge the cuff-to-glove gap. All the exterior pockets are PU coated for durability.

- Backcountry.com refers to the men's version