The North Face Nuptse Vest - Women's
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Inspired by the iconic design lines of our 1996 Nuptse Vest, this boxy puffer vest with jumbo logo provides lofty warmth with deep baffles that are stuffed with 700-fill goose down insulation.
- The North Face
The North Face Women's Nuptse Vest is a down insulated vest for exploring your favorite city. The cooler weather has arrived but it might not be cold enough for a whole jacket. Leave the jacket sleeves at home and bolster your core with 700 fill goose down. Just a long sleeve underneath and you're good to go, bustling around the city. When the cold whips in, add a jacket over top and it'll be a handy mid layer. Features of The North Face Women's Nuptse Vest 700 fill goose down Exposed, VISLON center front zip Brushed collar lining Stowable in internal, secure-zip chest pocket Covered, secure-zip hand pockets Hem cinch-cord
Inspired by the iconic original 1996 Nuptse, The North Face 1996 Retro Nuptse vest for women provides plush warmth in harsh cold, with a vintage twist.
The hike up the hill got your blood pumping and the heat flowing, but now that you've taken some time to put your skis on and take in the view, the freezing top-of-the-mountain temps are cooling you down quickly. Pull The North Face Women's Nuptse 2 Down Vest out of your pack, throw it on under your jacket, and luxuriate in its cozy warmth.
Amply insulated with 700 fill goose down, this iconic vest is extremely warm, lightweight, and highly compressible for travel. Ideal as both a stand-alone layer in cold conditions or as a layer underneath a waterproof shell during cold rain showers, this high loft down vest features sewn-through construction that keeps down from shifting, eliminating cold spots. Double taffeta layer at shoulders increases durability with backpacks, and hem cinch-cord provides a buffer to ward-off upward gusts of wind. Updated for 2011 with a more flattering, feminine fit.
- Rocky Mountain Trail