The North Face Mountain View TriClimate Jacket


Body Fabric HyVent® 2L, 100% Polyester Plain Weave
Lining Fabric 100% Nylon Taffeta

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Manufacturer's Description

Visit The North Face's Mountain View TriClimate Jacket page.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

The North Face Girl's Mountain View Triclimate Jacket is a 3-in-1 system for dealing with all sorts of weather. Two jackets, three ways to wear. The outer shell is waterproof/breathable, thanks to DryVent 2L fabric, it'll shed rain or Snow as well as block wind. The fixed hood protects her head and pockets zip shut to help prevent Items from falling out on the way to and from school. The liner jacket is 100% polyester fleece to warm her up on the colder days. Wear it alone in the fall or zip it into the shell for skiing and Snowball throwing through winter. Features of The North Face Girl's Mountain View Triclimate Jacket Waterproof, breathable, fully seam sealed Fixed hood Zip-in compatible Secure zip hand pockets Adjustable drawcord system at hem Adjustable cuff tabs ID label Embroidered logo on front and back of outer jacket and front of liner jacket

- Moosejaw

Your toddler girl doesn't really think about things like getting cold, or how bombing blue runs with just an edgie wedgie might end poorly. So while you're teaching her how to turn, you might as well show her how to layer properly with The North Face Mountain View Triclimate Jacket. The fully seam-taped Hyvent 2L shell will keep the snow out when she decides to take a mid-run snow-angel break, and the removable polyester fleece liner jacket makes a great insulating mid-layer as well as a nice jacket for dinner in town. Grow cuffs at the sleeves accommodate growing arms whether your girl is tackling the bunny slopes, the sledding hill, or her older brother's snow fort in the backyard.


Your child will stay warm and dry while playing in the snow in The North Faces Girls Mountain View Triclimate Jacket. The shell is made of 75-denier 100% polyester with waterproof, breathable HyVent technology to seal out moisture. 100% polyester-fleece inner jacket and liner trap warmth without adding excessive bulk. Add or shed layers with zip-in and snap-in compatible liner jacket. Fixed three-piece hood. Zip-secure hand pockets. Adjustable drawcord hem seals out the elements. Hook-and-loop-adjustable cuff tabs. Imported. Sizes: XS-XL. Colors:Luminous Pink, TNF Black/TNF White. Size: X-Small. Color: Tnf Black/Tnf White. Gender: Female. Age Group: Kids. Material: Polyester. Type: Jackets.

- Cabela's

The North Face Girls Mountain View Triclimate Jacket - Closeout - When it comes to keeping her covered and protected during winter snowsports, there's nothing more versatile than a three-in-one jacket. Designed with the same technical fabrics as the adult counterpart, this three-in-one jacket pairs a waterproof, breathable, fully seam sealed HyVentA(R) 2L exterior jacket (with hood) with an interior, removable, fleece jacket. She'll bundle up in both jackets when it's wet and cold, or wear each as separates as the weather permits. FEATURES INCLUDE Fixed hood Zip-in and snap-in compatible Zip hand pockets Adjustable drawcord at hem Adjustable cuff tabs ID label PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS Style:CA55Fabric:outer jacket: 75D 110 g/mA^2 HyVentA(R) 2L-100% polyester / inner jacket: 100% polyester fleece / lining: 260 g/mA^2 100% polyester Avg Weight:703 g (24.8 oz) Length from Center Back:23.5" Source:Imported Guarantee:Lifetime Warranty

- Massey's Outfitters

The North Face Mountain View TriClimate Jacket


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


The North Face Mountain View TriClimate Jacket is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen March 17, 2018 at Moosejaw.

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