The North Face Garner Triclimate Jacket - Women's

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You're guaranteed to receive several compliments with the The North Face Garner Triclimate(R) Jacket as your choice of ski coat this season. Its outer layer was fashioned with 2-layer DryVent(TM) topped off with The North Face's DryVent(TM) waterproof membrane, you'll be kept more than just cozy, you'll be dry and temperate too. The inner component provides 100 grams of warmth with its HeatSeeker(TM) Insulation. Together the two layers of the The North Face Garner Triclimate(R) Jacket work in perfect harmony to keep you free to explore the entire mountain-top.

- evo

Waterproof, DryVent 2L ski jacket with an insulated inner jacket for handling all conditions.

- The North Face

Features of The North Face Women's Garner Triclimate Jacket Standard Fit Removable, helmet-compatible hood Snap-away powder skirt with gripper elastic Secure-zip chest pocket Secure-zip hand pockets Internal goggle pocket Underarm vents Secure-zip wrist pocket with goggle wipe Zip-in integration Inner Jacket: heatseeker Insulation Secure-zip hand pockets DWR finish Fabric Details Outer: 75D 133 grams / squAre meter DryVent; 2 liter-100% Recycled polyester ripstop with durable water repellent (DWR) finish Inner: 50D 73 grams / squAre meter 100% woven recycled polyester Insulation: 100 g heatseeker

- Moosejaw

The North Face Garner Triclimate 3-in-1 women's jacket joins a DryVent(TM) 2-layer shell with a zip-in, Heatseeker(TM)-insulated liner jacket to handle any conditions the mountain dishes out.

- REI

When it comes to The North Face Women's Garner Triclimate Jacket it's all about the options. More versatile than anything else in your lineup, the Garner's 3-in-1 ski jacket system takes you from frosty-cold days spent at the resort in January to the warm, slushy spring days come April. Waterproof and breathable, the polyester shell is fortified with a DryVent, two-layer membrane for lasting, dry protection when enduring frozen precipitation. Then once it's bluebird out, but temps are still low, zip off the shell and rely on the liner jacket for insulated warmth. Heatseeker insulation in the liner keeps your core toasty in frigid conditions, while the liner's DWR-finish provides light protection if some flurries show up, again. A two-snap, powder skirt with grippy elastic ensures your layers stay dry on days at the resort, while the zippered, underarm vents provide a quick cool-down after you've hiked in for some extra goodies. Plus, a bevy of zippered pockets assure all of your essentials come along for the ride.

- Backcountry.com

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