The North Face Transit Jacket
100% Shiny Polyester, DWR Finish (High Shine), 100% Nylon Taffeta, DWR Finish (Body Matte)
550 Down Fill
200 g Heatseeker Aero
100% Nylon Taffeta
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On Sale. Free Shipping. The North Face Girls' Transit Down Parka FEATURES of The North Face Girls' Transit Down Parka Removable insulated hood Center front zip closure with snap-down placket Internal media pocket Zip hand pockets Quilted body with ruching detail at quilt lines Brushed collar lining ID label Embroidered logo at left chest and back right shoulder SPECIFICATIONS of The North Face Girls' Transit Down Parka Average Weight: 19.4 oz / 550 g Center Back Length: 25.5in. Body: 40D x 50D 66 g/m2 100% polyester ripstop with DWR Lining: 50D 76 g/m2 100% recycled polyester taffeta Insulation: 550 fill down This product can only be shipped within the United States. Please don't hate us.
The North Face Girls' Transit Down Jacket uses high-loft 550-fill down to keep your girl warm during chilly days on the ski hill or during frigid recesses on the school playground. The DWR treatment repels light moisture so snow won't soak through to the down, and ruched detailing along the quilting creates a soft, luxurious look. A fully insulated, ergonomic hood keeps the shivers away when the thermometer drops, and it's removable for days when she wants a more streamlined feel.
Premier insulation guards her against cold winter temperatures so she can remain active during the coldest months of the year. Lofty 600-fill down insulates the quilted ripstop body and the removable hood for maximum coverage.
- The North Face
The North Face Transit Down Parka offers premier insulation that guards her against cold winter temperatures so she can remain active during the coldest months of the year. Lofty 600-fill down insulates the quilted ripstop body while the removable insulated hood gives maximum coverage from the elements. The DWR (durable water repellent) finish on the Transit means she doesn't have to come inside when Mother Nature gets cranky.
- Mountain Gear