The North Face Heathe Down Jacket

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The North Face Heathe Down Jacket tackles cold weather with style. More important than the style though, is the 600-fill down insulation that The North Face treated with a water-repellant finish that keeps it from bunching up when it gets wet, so it maintains its loft and keeps you warm. On the exterior, the water-resistant yoke and sleeves shrugs off light rain and snow; to lock out drafts, the jacket has adjustable cuffs and a cinch-cord at the hem. The North Face also gave the Heathe a fixed hood with removable faux fur trim and plenty of pocket space to protect your valuables while you roam the city, including a large chest pocket, two hand pockets, and an internal media pocket with a guide for your headphone cord.


Stay warmer this winter while exploring your own backyard or traveling to distant cities in this 600-fill insulated jacket. The heavyweight polyester jersey body is reinforced with woven shoulders and sleeves that are treated with a DWR (durable water repellent) finish to shed light snowfall and rain. High-loft water-resistant goose down insulates even while wet and dries quickly for your comfort. A snap and Velcro stormflap covers the front zipper to shut out snow, sleet, and rain. The attached hood is adjustable and features faux-fur trim that can easily be removed.

- The North Face

The North Face Heathe Down Jacket

previously retailed for:
$197.97 - $330.00

The North Face Heathe Down Jacket is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen October 1, 2014 at

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