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The North Face Men's Blaze Full Zip Jacket

$89.99 - $179.95

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The North Face Men's Blaze Full Zip Jacket

Ultra light and highly compressible, The North Face Blaze Full Zip Jacket for men will be a favorite addition to your warm jacket arsenal. The shell fabric is recycled polyester for wind resistance and easy sliding over and under other layers. The warmth comes from the 60g polyester insulation with FlashDry thermal technology that not only wicks moisture out to the surface to help it dry faster, but increases the surface area to improve thermal capacity of the fibers for a big warmth-to-weight ratio. Translation: this jacket is warm and light. Two zippered hand pockets and binding at the cuffs are as fancy as the features get, with one of the pockets doubling as a tiny stuff sack when you're traveling. From belay duty in the shade, to a nippy wind at the summit, The North Face Men's Blaze Full Zip Jacket keeps you warm and never weighs you down. Seriously TNF 10 ounces? You guys rock.

  • Body fabric: 20D 40 g/sq m (1.16 oz/sq yd) 100% recycled polyester
  • Insulation: 60 g 100% polyester insulation with FlashDry™ thermal
  • Two secure zip hand pockets
  • Stows in hand pocket
  • Binding at cuffs
  • Center front three-color VISLON® zip closure
  • Length from center back: 27.5 in
  • Weight: 310 g, 10.93 oz

Buy the The North Face Blaze Full Zip Jacket for Men from Altrec.com. Orders over $45 qualify for free shipping.



5 Star Rating

Reviews - The North Face Men's Blaze Full Zip Jacket

5 Stars TahoeTim - 2013-03-24

Lightweight & Stylish
This jacket is perfect for San Francisco and works great in spring conditions in Lake Tahoe. It's lighter than any jacket I've owned but does a good job with the cold, foggy nights of San Francisco. It's incredibly easy to carry around, with almost no weight or bulk. It's not that great for rain and wind but makes a good layering piece and is quick drying. I also like the color and texture of the conifer green--it's little out of the ordinary.



 
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