The North Face Inconceivable Jacket

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I fell in love with the jacket online and was all…

Rating: rated 2 of 5 stars

I fell in love with the jacket online and was all too pleased and happy when I found out that a friend owns it and gave it to me for a trip to the woods. The jacket is great. BUT: the ventilation under the arms is so hard and inflexible that it really hurt whenever I let my arms hang down and especially with the packback on my shoulders.

Why would they make such a jacket?! It is on the very high end of the price scale and for that, I would have liked a jacket that does not give me blisters under my arms!

rated 3.50 of 5 stars All Inconceivable Jacket versions

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On Sale. Free Shipping. The North Face Women's Inconceivable Jacket (Fall 2005 Discontinued) The Inconceivable Jacket is the warmest, quietest, softest three-layer jacket The North Face has ever made. Gore's new patent-pending Gore-Tex soft shell technology makes durable seam-sealing possible in the fleece-backed Gore-Tex Inconceivable jacket. Weight (average): 24 oz (680 g) Length from Center Back: 25in. Fully adjustable drop hood Hem cinchcord Infused polymer construction Left Napoleon pocket Pit zip vents Two hand pockets Velcro adjustable cuffs Waterproof, breathable, seam sealed We are not able to ship The North Face products to Canada or anywhere outside the USA because of that other thing.

- Moosejaw

The North Face Inconceivable Jacket is made with new Gore-Tex soft shell technology, making durable seam-sealing possible for complete waterproofing. Fleece-backed, it's tough to find better performance for the weight. Wear this technical soft shell for everything from downhill to cross-country to climbing. 78-denier nylon shell delivers strength, stretch, and a soft feel. Three-layer Gore-Tex provides waterproofing protection. Drop hood is fully adjustable. Pit zips for venting. Fully seam-sealed for the ultimate in waterproofing. Two handwarmer pockets, One Napoleon pocket. Velcro adjustable cuffs. Hem cinchcord keeps snow out and warmth in.

- EMS

The North Face Women's Inconceivable Softshell Jacket keeps you protected from the weather and comfortable as you bag another peak or ski another couloir. Its highly breathable, waterproof, and fully seam-taped Gore-Tex Soft Shell fabric fights off wet snow and howling wind with ease. The Inconceivable Softshell Jacket's pitzips help cool you off when a spring day in the mountains becomes warmer than expected. *Not Available for Shipment to Canada.

- Backcountry Outlet

Massey's Outfitters has provided superior product selection and service to travelers since 1972. If you need further assistance with your purchase, please call our live help line at 800-754-7467 or click "LIVE HELP' from the top of the product page.

- Massey's Outfitters

Description of The North Face Inconceivable Jacket - Women's It is Inconceivable to believe that you are not going to love this jacket. The North Face Inconceivable Jacket provides the waterproof, breathable, seam sealed protection, ideal for playing in the outdoors. Keep your compass close at hand in the Napolean pocket, so that you can find your way back when you reach the place where five trails merge and all look the same. Pit zip vents let you cool down when you are pushing it towards the peak. Tighten up the hem cinchcord and Velcro adjustable cuffs when the wind kicks in. Conceive the Inconceivable.Features:Waterproof, breathable, seam sealedDrop hoodFully adjustable hoodLeft Napoleon pocketTwo hand pocketsPit zip ventsVelcro® adjustable cuffsHem cinchcord

- US Outdoor Store

The North Face Women's Inconceivable Jacket

Discontinued

The Women's Inconceivable Jacket has been discontinued.

previously retailed for:
$128.70 - $449.00

The North Face Women's Inconceivable Jacket is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen September 15, 2008 at Moosejaw.

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