The North Face Steep Tech Selena Jacket
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Free Shipping. The North Face Women's ST Selena Jacket DECENT FEATURES of The North Face Women's ST Selena Jacket Active fit Adjustable waist belt Tuck-away hood Dual chest pockets Hand warmer zip pockets Internal media-security pocket Internal goggles pocket with goggles cloth Hook-and-loop adjustable cuffs Adjustable hem system The SPECS Average Weight: 37.04 oz / 1050 g Center Back Length: 26in. Shell: HyVent 2L, HyVent oxford Shoulder Abrasion: Kevlar reinforced Lining: Taffeta Insulation: 40 g Heat seeker This product can only be shipped within the United States. Please don't hate us.
Looks tough and built tougher, the Selena Jacket from The North Face combine a moto-inspired design with Kevlar reinforced shoulder abrasion, critically taped seams and adjustable waist belt. Additional features include 40 g Heatseeker insulation, internal media security pocket and tuck-away hood.
- Mountain Gear
Bust out your old school twin-tips and look tough with this moto-inspired snowsports jacket built for winter extremes. Designed in part with The North Face athlete and extreme skiing pioneer, Scot Schmidt, the geometric Steep Tech logo (at lower, right-hand pocket) is derived form something Joseph Campbell (an American mythologist) used in his lectures. Scot says, I believe he called it the Sphere of the Physique'. It represents a healthy balance between the mind, body and soul. The outer circle represents the body. The center dot represents your soul. The line separates your ego from your source (soul).
- The North Face
Dual chest pockets. Handwarmer zip pockets. Internal media security pocket. Internal goggle pocket with goggle cloth. Hook-and-loop adjustable cuffs. Adjustable hem system. Tuck-away hood. Adjustable waist belt. Shell: HyVent(R) 2L, HyVent(R) oxford. Look tough and stylish with this moto-inspired jacket built for winter extremes. Critically seam taped. Insulation: 700 fill down. Shoulder abrasion: Kevlar(R) reinforced.
- Rocky Mountain Trail