The North Face Thunder Micro Jacket

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The perfect lightweight package, The North Face Thunder Micro Jacket provides incredible warmth in a compressible and functional design. FlashDry(TM) technology enhances breathability for better temperature regulation as you play hard in the colder months.-- 800 fill Eastern European down offers superior warmth yet remains extremely compressible-- -- FlashDry(TM) panels under arms enhance comfort-- -- Slimmer down chambers with deep baffles capture and maintain more warmth-- -- Zip handwarmer pockets are generous and easy to access-- -- Stuffs into its own hand pocket--

- OMCgear

The Thunder Micro Jacket wraps you in the comfortable warmth of 800-fill down. Updated with slimmer down chambers, this cool-weather classic from The North Face captures and retains warmth where it counts. FlashDry technology is embedded in the fibers to dramatically improve drying time and breathability. Alpine fit silhouette hugs the body for a sweater-like fit.

- Mountain Gear

Already a classic, The North Face Women's Thunder Micro Jacket has been redesigned with slimmer chambers and deeper baffles to better capture and contain body heat. Premium 800 fill Hungarian goose down maximizes warmth-per-ounce and compresses small for excellent stowability. With start-and-stop activities like skiing or climbing, sometimes your worst enemy isn't the cold ambient air temperature, it's overheating when you're working hard. Two proprietary FlashDry panels under the arms maximize moisture transport to keep you dry and comfortable all day long. When you're out playing in chilly weather, The North Face Thunder Micro Jacket for Women is a must-have layer.

- Altrec Outlet

Reach for The North Face Women's Thunder Micro Down Jacket when you need an extra layer of warmth to combat the frigid winter air. Its 800-fill down insulation keeps your core toasty, while the Thunder's compressible design allows it to stow easily in its own hand pocket when you ski tour or snowshoe. Natural down is the warmest, lightest, and most compressible insulation available, but when it gets wet it clumps, stops insulating, and takes a long time to dry. The North Face uses an exclusive water-resistant treatment to solve this problem. 800 WRD, the down used in the Thunder jacket, stays dry 17 times longer than untreated down and maintain 100% of its loft when wet.The athletic fit makes it easier to layer a shell over the Thunder for really cold weather. The North Face finished the Thunder with two zippered hand pockets, elastic at the cuffs to comfortably seal out draft, and a low-profile cinch cord at the hem that allows you to customize the fit.

- Backcountry.com

On Sale. Free Shipping. The North Face Women's Thunder Micro Jacket FEATURES of The North Face Women's Thunder Micro Jacket Backcountry skiing and alpine climbing 800 fill goose down offers superior warmth yet remains extremely compressible Water-resistant down treatment keeps moisture at bay FlashDry panels on underarms enhance comfort Water-resistant down treatment keeps moisture at bay Slimmer down chambers capture and maintain more warmth Zip handwarmer pockets are generous and easy to access Stuffs into its own handwarmer pocket SPECIFICATIONS of The North Face Women's Thunder Micro Jacket Avg weight: 350 g (12.35 oz) Fit: Active Body: 20D 35 g/m2 (1.02 oz/yd2) Pertex Quantum-100% nylon micro-ripstop Underarms: 225 g/m2 (6.64 oz/yd2) 85% polyester, 15% elastane double knit with FlashDry Insulation: 800 fill goose down This product can only be shipped within the United States. Please don't hate us.

- Moosejaw