The North Face Mountain Light Triclimate Jacket - Women's

The Women's Mountain Light Triclimate Jacket has been discontinued. It last appeared in The North Face's 2011 product line. If you're looking for something new, check out the best component jackets for 2019.

photo: The North Face Women's Mountain Light Triclimate Jacket component (3-in-1) jacket

Manufacturer's Description

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Retailers' Descriptions

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The North Face Women's Mountain Light Triclimate Jacket is a 3-in-1 system designed for variable weather and multiple seasons in the mountains. The outer jacket Features a Gore-TEX Paclite shell, which provides lightweight, low-profile wind and waterproof protection. The puffer jacket is packed with 550-fill goose down for toasty warmth on or off the slopes. Mix and match as you please or as the weather dictates. Features of The North Face Women's Mountain Light Triclimate Jacket Both outer and inner jackets have a Standard Fit Waterproof, breathable, seam-sealed Gore-TEX Paclite shell with taffeta lining 100% windproof fabric Zip-in-compatible integration with complementing garments from The North Face Attached, fully adjustable hood Exposed, Matte polyurethane (PU) center front zip with internal draft flap Covered, reverse-coil hand pocket zips Side-zip venting Adjustable Velcro cuff tabs Hem cinch-cord 500 fill goose down offers superior warmth yet remains Highly compressible Exposed, reverse-coil center front zip Secure-zip, welt hand pockets Internal elastic cuffs Encased elastic at back hem Fabric Details Outer Body: 56D 101 grams per squAre meter Gore-TEX Paclite, 100% polyester with durable water-repellent (DWR) finish Outer Lining: 75D 68 grams per squAre meter 100% polyester taffeta Inner Body: 30D 45 grams per squAre meter 100% nylon taffeta Inner Lining: 50D 73 grams per squAre meter 100% recycled polyester Inner Insulation: 550 fill goose down; certified to the Responsible Down Standard (RDS) by Control Union

- Moosejaw

The North Face offers your complete winter warmth solution: the Women's Mountain Light Triclimate Jacket. The heavy-duty Gore-Tex 3-layer Performance shell stands up to the nastiest conditions thanks to its waterproof breathable fabric and fully taped seams. On the inside, a removable liner jacket stuffed with 550-down chases away the chill, even on the coldest days. Wear them together when you're challenging winter at its worst, or, depending on what's going on outside, wear weatherproof shell or the lightweight puffy alone.

- Backcountry.com

Unique three-in-one versatility. Standard fit. Waterproof, breathable, seam sealed. Fully adjustable, removable drop hood. Napoleon chest pocket. Center front zip and snap-down storm flap closure. Internal security pocket. Two hand pockets. Self fabric adjustable cuff tabs [TRICLIMATE(R)] 550 fill goose down with TKA Super stretch side panels. Brushed collar lining. Two hand pockets. Performance fit. The cold-weather athlete's classic favorite: a versatile, PrimaLoft(R)-insulated layering piece with stretch panels for breathable mobility. Body: GORE-TEX Performance. 27" length from center back. 943 g (33.26 oz). Triclimate Insulation: 550 fill goose down.

- Rocky Mountain Trail

Two pinnacle jackets combine to create this new three-in-one winter jacket. Designed with a waterproof, breathable, seam sealed GORE-TEX Performance Shell exterior, and a plush 550-fill down insulated interior (removable) jacket with TKA Superstretch side panels for unrestricted movement, you have optimal flexibility how to wear this package. Wear together on wet, cold days, or as separates as weather permits. Zip-in compatible jackets.

- The North Face

Specs

Price MSRP: $330.00
Current Retail: $348.95
Historic Range: $206.44-$350.00
Weight 33.26 oz / 943 g
Body Fabric GORE-TEX® Performance
Insulation Triclimate® 550 Fill Goose Down

Reviews

While the women's version hasn't been reviewed yet, there is 1 review for other versions of the Mountain Light Triclimate Jacket. Read all reviews »

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