The North Face Vortex TriClimate Jacket
HyVent® 2L Foxfaille, Bluesign® Approved
Mesh Body, Taffeta Arms
|Liner Shell Fabric||
Ripstop Taffeta, Brushed Fleece
|Liner Lining Fabric||
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Whether wet and snowy or sunny and crisp, this waterproof, breathable HyVent(R) 2-layer shell with a zip-in, Heatseeker-insulated liner jacket provides options for anything winter throws at you.
On Sale. Free Shipping. The North Face Men's Vortex Triclimate Jacket FEATURES of The North Face Men's Vortex Triclimate Jacket Waterproof, breathable, fully seam sealed Dual-adjustment, removable hood Coil chest pocket Underarm vents Handwarmer zip pockets Wrist-accessory pocket with goggles cloth Adjustable cuff tabs Internal goggles pocket Two-snap, snap-down powder skirt with gripper elastic Adjustable hem system (Liner Jacket) Zip-in liner jacket Zip hand pockets
This versatile 3-in-1 jacket system is all you need in your arsenal for waterproof, insulated protection on the slopes this winter. Pair the waterproof woven exterior shell with the insulated liner in cold conditions, and wear the liner jacket on its own during spring skiing conditions.
- The North Face
Your quiver of skis might include powder skis, hardpack carving skis, all-mountain mid-wide skis and backcountry twin-tips, but thankfully you only need one jacket for every day of ski season: The North Face Men's Vortex Triclimate Jacket. It's a durable, waterproof and breathable shell jacket with a zip-out insulating liner that you can wear alone on the bluebird powder days. Between all three configurations, you have enough weather protection options to ski, trek or snowboard right into the sun drenched jeans-and-tee days of late spring and summer. The North Face Men's Vortex Triclimate Jacket is loaded with many of the same features found on expensive ski jackets and alpine outerwear, but the price remains affordable and the exterior styling is classic and traditional--not spendy-trendy. Internal features include a goggle pocket, media security pocket (for phone, two-way radio or music player) and an adjustable hem with Pant-a-locks to connect your ski pants to your jacket for optimal spindrift protection. On the outside you'll find core zip-vents for cooling, a wrist accessory pocket with goggle cloth, and a removable hood. If you wear the insulating liner as a jacket, you'll find that it has fewer pockets and features than the outer jacket shell, although the enhanced articulation through the elbows will appeal to any skier who pounds moguls or spends most of their time doing tricks on twin-tips in the terrain park.
- Altrec Outdoors