The North Face Premonition Jacket

Retailers' Descriptions

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When it comes to layering appropriately for your backcountry touring jaunt, trust your gut and make sure you don't leave the house without The North Face's Premonition Down Jacket. Designed for aerobic alpine pursuits, the Premonition features a DWR treatment to the exterior which easily sheds light precipitation and snowfall, and 800-fill down insulation for lofted warmth. The underarm panels are insulated with synthetic Primaloft insulation rather than down for better moisture management in areas where perspiration is likely to build up. The hood fits snugly under a skiing or climbing helmet to keep you noggin warm in variable weather, while the zippered pockets hold any gear or nutrition you need close by. And when the sun starts to climb in the ski and you feel yourself heating up a bit, you can stuff the jacket into its own chest pocket and toss it in your pack.

- Backcountry.com refers to the men's version

Features of The North Face Men's Premonition Down Jacket Standard Fit PrimaLoft; Silver Insulation underarm panels for moisture management Dedicated hood with under-helmet Fit Secure-zip chest pocket with Oversize pocket bag to stow jacket Secure-zip hand pockets also work as core vents Fabric Details Body: 20D x 25D 84 grams / squAre meter 100% Nylon double weave Body Insulation: 800 Fill goose down, certified to the Responsible Down Standard (RDS) by Control Union Underarm Insulation: mapped 40 g PrimaLoft; Silver Insulation

- Moosejaw refers to the men's version

Down jacket for those who are serious about the outdoors.

- The North Face refers to the men's version

The North Face Premonition down jacket uses woven-baffle construction that integrates two pieces of fabric into one, creating stitchless, no-bonding baffles that keep the 800-fill goose down in place.

- REI refers to the men's version

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