The North Face Sickline Jacket - Men's

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Durable, DryVent 2L jacket for protection from the elements and full range of motion. Standard fit. Fixed, helmet-compatible hood. Powder skirt with gripper elastic. Oversize, zippered chest pocket. Zippered hand pockets. Internal media pocket with media port. Two internal, stretch goggle pockets. Underarm vents. Zippered wrist pocket with goggle wipe. Integrated cuff gussets. Jacket-to-pant integration. Weight: 350 G (12.35 Oz). Center Back: 31.5 in.. Body: 160D X 140D 139 G/M^2 DryVent 2L-100% Nylon. Lining: 40D X 40D 53 G/M^2 100% Nylon Taffeta. Insulation: PrimaLoft Black Insulation 60% Recycled Polyester: 80 G In Body; 60 G In Hood And Sleeves. Machine wash. Imported. Products on Sale are Discontinued Styles or Colors..


Durable, DryVent 2L jacket for protection from the elements and full range of motion.

- The North Face

Rely on The North Face Sickline Jacket when a late storm rolls in and the turns just keep getting better. This weatherproof, insulated technical jacket is made for rugged protection while choosing your line in harsh, unforgiving conditions. Crafted with ample insulation (100g) throughout the body and slightly less insulation in the sleeves and hood to prevent overheating. Equipped with big-mountain riding specific features.

- Mountain Gear

If you look hard enough, you'll always find a line of snow to ski--whether it's between brown, bony bushes or straight down the middle of a bowl covered in fresh powder. The North Face Men's Sickline Jacket helps you seek out and carve every turn with enthusiasm. Constructed of two-layer DryVent stretch fabric, this jacket is waterproof and breathable. Fully sealed seams add another layer of waterproof protection to keep you dry and comfortable, no matter the weather or time of day.


A DryVent(TM) 2-layer shell with mechanical stretch for protection from the elements and full mobility, The North Face Sickline men's insulated jacket design was inspired by the mountain pros.


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

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