The North Face Thunder Jacket
I just spent a week dogsledding/cross-country skiing…
Price Paid: recieved it as a gift
I just spent a week dogsledding/cross-country skiing in the Boundary Waters of Minnesota, and this jacket was put on every time it got truly cold.
This jacket instantly warms you, and I highly recommend it. It is also very good for stuffing into your sleeping bag at night for extra warmth.
I've had this jacket a lil over 2 yrs and it's amazing.
Price Paid: $200
I've had this jacket a lil over 2 yrs and it's amazing. the sewn patterns trap heat and make this jacket very warm. it will also repel water, not a downpour but lite drizzle also has a very warm fleece collar, 2 nice hand pockets and inside pocket as well. this jacket will also fit inside a more waterproof shell if need 2 be.
I purchased this jacket yesterday and I love it. It…
Price Paid: $229
I purchased this jacket yesterday and I love it. It keeps me really warm and it is so light I barely notice I'm wearing it. I recommend getting this if you want a light warm jacket.
The only sh**ty part is no inside pocket, but that isn't that much of a problem.
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On Sale. Free Shipping. The North Face Men's Thunder Jacket FEATURES of The North Face Men's Thunder Jacket Two secure-zip hand pockets Stows in left-hand pocket Elastic binding at cuffs Hem cinch-cord SPECIFICATIONS of The North Face Men's Thunder Jacket Average Weight: 15.17 oz / 430 g Center Back Length: 28in. Body: 20D 1.23 oz/yd2 / 35 g/m2 100% nylon ripstop Insulation: 800 fill water-repellent ProDown This product can only be shipped within the United States. Please don't hate us.
- Moosejaw refers to the men's version
A perennial athlete favorite, this baffled jacket features 800-fill water-resistant down for reliable insulation during backcountry excursions in wet weather. The exclusive water-resistant treatment allows the large clusters of goose down to stay dry longer for improved insulating performance. This highly compressible, thermal mid-layer can be stowed in its hand pocket and carried out-of-bounds as an emergency layer for when the temperature drops.
- The North Face refers to the men's version
An athlete favorite for multipurpose backcountry use, The North Face Thunder Jacket delivers the ultralight, compressible warmth of water-resistant goose down. Water-resistant down provides improved performance and versatility in a wider range of conditions.
- EMS refers to the men's version
If you live anywhere near the Canadian border, you know that the geese that used to head south in the winter now just stay put. Apparently cold and slush doesn't bother them anymore. And like the geese, you won't need to use frequent flier miles in the dead of winter with The North Face's Men's Thunder Down Jacket. Down is known for its warmth, and the Thunder features 800-fill -- the highest quality and count available. What sets this jacket apart from other 800-fill jackets is that the feathers themselves were given a waterproof treatment. Even if you're caught in slush and drizzle, this prevents the down from clumping into wet wads. Dry down improves the jacket's insulating performance. As an insulating layer, this jacket provides a high warmth-to-weight ratio, so you can fight off the cold without breaking your back mile after mile. The entire jackets fits into its own hand pocket to keep on hand as an emergency layer. It's finished with two secure-zip hand pockets, elastic binding at cuffs, and a cinch cord at the hem.
- Backcountry.com refers to the men's version