The North Face Maineline Jacket


Shell Fabric HyVent® 2L Dobby
Insulation Heatseeker™ Eco 100 g (Body), 80 g (Sleeves and Hood)

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Manufacturer's Description

Visit The North Face's Maineline Jacket page.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

Ripping the front side 'Main Run' under the Golden Eagle Gondola in 50 cm of uncut takes iron nerve and The North Face Maineline Jacket for men to seal your powder fate. Get your snow fix in this fully featured, insulated jacket, waterproof, breathable, fully seam-sealed jacket. Featuring an adjustable hood and Heatseeker Eco insulation, this all-weather parka keeps you toasty until your thighs flame out from the 2000 vertical feet of powder paradise. Its powder skirt with pant-a-locks attachment have you connected to your favorite TNF shell pants for a tight snow seal, while hook-and-loop adjustable cuffs block out frigid blasts. Reaching the tram line-up, you break open the rear bicep zip vents to let off excess steam, crack the zip chest pocket for a lap count, dive into the handwarmer zip pockets for energy food, take a goggle cloth out of the wrist accessory pocket for a wipe down, check your tunes in the internal media security pocket, and secure the internal goggle pocket. As you pick your next line from the lift above, the TNF Men's Maineline Jacket is ready to ride the powder wave with you again and again.

- Altrec Outdoors

A go-anywhere, do-anything outer layer, The North Face Mainline insulated jacket succeeds in handling even the harshest mountain weather while turning heads with its effortless style. HyVent(R) 2-layer waterproof nylon blocks rain and wind while remaining breathable, keeping you dry and comfortable during cold-weather activities. Heatseeker(TM) synthetic insulation provides lightweight, highly compressible and durable warmth. Adjustable, detachable hood offers full coverage- even with a helmet- while allowing complete visibility. Zip vents on core allow body temperature regulation so you're comfortable whether you're working hard or hardly working. Powder skirt and hem cinch cord keep snow out and warmth in; adjustable cuff tabs keep sleeves snug against wrist. Wrist pocket with goggle cloth means clear vision is always a sure thing. Internal secure pocket with headphone guide easily holds small media player; internal goggle pocket keeps goggles protected and close at hand when not needed. 1 zippered chest pocket and additional flap-closure chest pocket keep small essentials like a key or ID within easy reach. All seams on the Mainline insulated jacket are 100% sealed for total protection. Closeout.


When deep powder lures you to the hill for long days of poaching, The North Face's Mainline Jacket keeps you insulated and dry. The HyVent 2L is seam sealed to keep elements from creeping in and the HeatSeeker synthetic insulation warms your core from the inside. With built-in core vents, you can regulate your body temp with ease.

- Mountain Gear

Face it, you're a powder addict. There's no shame in that, and as a matter of fact, The North Face Maineline Jacket is perfectly happy to enable your condition. Designed with a double-layered HyVent membrane and padded with Heatseaker Eco insulation, the Maineline will keep your core warm and dry while you seek out bigger highs.


The North Face Maineline Jacket


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


The North Face Maineline Jacket is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen January 6, 2014 at REI.

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