The North Face Klamath Rain Jacket


Fabric HyVent® 2.5L 100% Nylon Ripstop

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

Waterproof and breathable, The North Face Klamath Rain Jacket keeps boys dry when they venture outdoors in the rain. Lightweight and packable, it's ideal for hiking and backpacking.


Protect him from the wettest Northwest weather with The North Face's Klamath Rain Jacket. This lightweight jacket is constructed with fully seam-sealed HyVent fabric, a waterproof, breathable fabric that sheds precipitation while allowing interior moisture to evaporate. The attached hood stows in the collar and the entire jacket stows in its own hand pocket.

- Mountain Gear

One minute he's camping with his buddies and talking around the campfire, and the next minute it's raining, and everyone is running for cover. While the rest of the camp is frantically trying to turn garbage bags into rain ponchos, your kid will be prepared with The North Face Boys' Klamath Rain Jacket.


The North Face Klamath Rain Jacket for boys has an adjustable drawcord system at the hem and adjustable cuff tabs with Velcro closures.

- Rocky Mountain Trail

Free Shipping. The North Face Boys' Klamath Rain Jacket DECENT FEATURES of The North Face Boys' Klamath Rain Jacket Waterproof, breathable, fully seam sealed Welted hand pockets Velcro cuff tabs Adjustable draw cord system at hem Stow hood ID label The SPECS Fabric: HyVent 2.5L-100% nylon rip stop This product can only be shipped within the United States. Please don't hate us.

- Moosejaw

The North Face Klamath Rain Jacket

previously retailed for:
$44.93 - $75.00

The North Face Klamath Rain Jacket is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen July 4, 2013 at EMS.

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