The North Face Women's Alpine Project Jacket
When shaving weight is critical, and conditions are extreme, pull on The North Face Alpine Project Jacket for women. Designed for fast and light technical ascents, this North Face jacket is made with 3-layer Gore-Tex Active Shell Light and Fast fabric for waterproof breathable protection. It's fully seam sealed with the membrane sandwiched between the hard shell exterior and the interior backer, providing superior breathability and next-to-skin comfort. Climb-ready features include an adjustable hood, harness-compatible mesh front pockets, and zippered underarm vents. With an Alpine Fit for streamlined performance, The North Face Women's Alpine Project Jacket is versatile, dependable and easy to pull on and trust so you can focus on your next move.
- Fabric: 30D 105 g/sq m (3 / 1 oz/sq yd); 62% nylon, 38% polyester Gore-Tex® Active Shell Light and Fast 3L
- Waterproof, breathable, seam sealed
- Fully adjustable hood with hidden cord locks and laminated hood brim
- Brushed chin guard lining for comfort
- Polyurethane (PU) two-way center front zip
- Mesh zip alpine pockets
- Polyurethane (PU) pit-zip vents
- Non-abrasive molded cuff tabs
- Hidden hem cinch-cord at center front zip
- Summit Series: Athlete Tested. Expedition Proven. Best-in-class outdoor gear and apparel. Period.
- Alpine fit
- Length from center back: 27 in
- Weight: 447 g, 13.2 oz
Buy the The North Face Alpine Project Jacket for Women from Altrec.com. Orders over $45 qualify for free shipping.
Reviews - The North Face Women's Alpine Project Jacket
Glad I got this one ...this jacket is perfect for the Spring changing weather
I have been waiting to purchase this jacket for several months, checking daily to find new deals and I think I finally did. Saving almost $100, this jacket will be one of my best friends on the Appalachian Trail. I have tried on dozens of jackets but most were too boxy or had low grade rain protection. The North Face truly knows how to fit a woman's body with top of the line technology. I'm talking it up a lot even though I haven't gotten much use out of it yet, but I am soooo excited! The lack of use accounts for the one lonesome star that got left behind.