The North Face Gonzo Jacket


Shell Fabric HyVent® 2L Proweave
Lining Fabric Embossed Taffeta, Mesh

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Manufacturer's Description

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Retailers' Descriptions

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Everything you need to hook up your progressive style, The North Face Men's Gonzo Jacket delivers eye-catching and functional styling that won't take your wallet for a ride. This athlete-inspired winter jacket features seam sealed HyVent 2-layer Proweave fabric that provides 20 mm / 25 g/m waterproof / breathability for aggressive riding sessions. This ski / snowboard jacket off sets its center front zip for enhanced comfort, places rotated pit-zip vents for backcountry pack wearing and heat control of the core, blocks up-drafts with an adjustable hidden hem system, and seals the wrist gap with a hook-and-loop adjustable cuff. Topped with an adjustable fixed hood that locks things down in a serious storm, the Gonzo also links to TNF pants with pant-a-locks enhanced with an elastic gripper powder skirt to keep you from going snow up that back crazy. Storage details include a zip chest pocket, handwarmer zip pockets, internal media pocket, internal goggle pocke, and internal stash pocket for essentials to back up your mountain excapes. Ramp-up your steezy style with the eye-catching, functional TNF Men's Gonzo Jacket with its dialed, rider-specific features for comfortable all-season riding.

- Altrec Outlet

Wanting to sport some colorful flair when you style the park shouldn't require you to sacrifice performance in your outerwear. Rest easy with The North Face Gonzo Jacket you can have the protection of a waterproof and breathable HyVent shell and the stand-out fashion provided by the vibrant three-color block design. For the super-stylish park participant, the Gonzo even comes in an extra-long park length.


Ramp-up your steezy style with this eye-catching, functional snowsports jacket. Waterproof, breathable, HyVent exterior combines with dialed, rider-specific features for comfortable riding all-season long. Colorblocked design lets you contrast against the landscape, and looks good mid-air.

- The North Face

The eye-catching Gonzo jacket from The North Face encourages you to rock your ride with a rugged 2-layer waterproof, breathable construction and plenty of tricked out features. Durable nylon shell features 2-layer construction with HyVent waterproof breathable coating to keep you warm and dry. Fully taped seams create the ultimate seal against wind and snow. Fixed hood is fully adjustable for a customized fit that protects you from the elements without obstructing your vision. Zippered underarm vents offer cooling airflow when you turn the heat up on your activity. Zippered handwarmer pockets help warm chilly digits back up. Stash small essentials in the zippered chest pocket (includes internal media port for headphones), goggles pocket and other internal miscellany pockets. Adjustable hem system and rip-and-stick cuffs let you dial down the fit and retain valuable warmth. Clip-in integration system attaches powder skirt to compatible pants (sold separately) to seal out snow and keep you dry. Buddy lift clip keeps your lift pass close at hand for quick access in line. As part of TNF Cryptic Collection, the Gonzo jacket uses advanced technologies and progressive fashion styling to help core riders elevate their game.


The North Face Gonzo Jacket


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


The North Face Gonzo Jacket is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen September 13, 2013 at

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