The North Face Sentinel WindStopper Jacket - Women's

While the women's version hasn't been reviewed yet, there are 12 reviews for other versions of the Sentinel WindStopper Jacket. Read all reviews »

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Whether you spend the day on the downhill, or just head out for some snowshoeing, protect yourself from chill gusts in the windproof Sentinel WINDSTOPPER Jacket from The North Face. Make some tracks on the gustiest of days and stay warm and free of sweat in totally windproof WINDSTOPPER Soft Shell fabric that allows your sweat to evaporate so that you're never left feeling cold and clammy.

- Mountain Gear

The North Face Women's Sentinel Thermal Jacket shields the outdoor enthusiast from brutal windchill by offering total windproofness with maximum breathability, all while combining the comfort of a soft mid-layer and the water resistance of a shell in one garment. Stellar, all-around jacket featuring breathable Gore Windstopper soft shell and a high loft backer for bolstered warmth. This highly versatile soft shell excels in a broad range of activities and weather conditions while simultaneously providing active freedom of movement and quick-drying protection that sheds rain and snow. Gore Windstopper soft shell 3L 100% polyester shell with high loft raschel fleece backer.TNF exclusive - Gore Windstopper soft shell f3L fabric has a wind permeability rating of 0 CFM to ensure total windproofness with maximum breathability.Alpine fit for technical use and layering, providing active freedom of movement.Brushed collar lining.Two hand-warming pockets.Elastic-bound cuffs keeps out the elements.Hem cinch cord delivers protection from wind and cold.Center back length: 26".Avg. weight: 22.8 oz.Import.

- Campmor

The wind is absolutely insulting on your backcountry ski touring trip. Luckily The North Face Women's Sentinel Windstopper Softshell Jacket provides a wind-blocking layer between you and gusty, wet weather. The softshell fabric sheds light rain and snow, breathes, and stretches. Wear this Windstopper as an outer layer in the spring, or layer it under a jacket during frigid mountaineering treks.


Description of The North Face Sentinel Windstopper Jacket - Women'sThe North Face Sentinel Thermal jacket was designed to stand guard and protect you from the harsh invading elements of winter. Its Performance fit is constructed with a Gore Windstopper soft shell fabric for maximum insulation and durability from the cold with a wind permeability rated at 0 CFM. Stop the winter wind in its tracks with The North Face Sentinel Windstopper jacket!Features:Body: 238 g/m² (7.0 oz/yd²) Gore Windstopper Soft Shell 3L - plain woven with micro-check fleece backer25" length480 g (16.9oz)Performance fitGore Windstopper Soft Shell fabric with wind permeability rated at 0 CFMBrushed collar liningTwo large hand pocketsNon-abrasive molded cuff tabsHem cinchcord

- US Outdoor Store

In need of full wind protection, water resistance, and breathability, reach for The North Face Sentinel WINDSTOPPER Jacket for Women providing windproof shelter for the elements. Built with WINDSTOPPER Soft Shell and a unique abrasion resistance stretch fabric, the Sentinel is a fabulous all-around jacket for any outdoor winter activity, especially when mobility is a factor.

- Altrec Outdoors

The North Face Women's Sentinel WindStopper Jacket


The Women's Sentinel WindStopper Jacket has been discontinued.

previously retailed for:
$79.58 - $229.00

The North Face Women's Sentinel WindStopper Jacket is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen January 15, 2013 at Mountain Gear.

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