The North Face Barrage Triclimate Ski Jacket (Women's)
The North Face Barrage Triclimate Ski Jacket goes after winter with an arsenal of technology. You get a durable, waterproof shell that keeps you dry, and one of The North Face's coveted fleece jackets that adds a layer of warm insulation underneath. Wear everything together when the weather turns ugly, or wear just the shell in spring, and just the fleece in fall. The North Face Barrage Jacket is one heck of a value, keeping you covered for 3 seasons of the year, in one sleek package.
- Fabric Rating: Waterproof /Breathable
- Shell Material: 100% nylon 70D HyVentÂ® fabric
- Liner Material: 240g polyester TKA Superstretch Fleece
- Insulation: Removable fleece liner jacket
- Length: Center back measures 26"
- Stretch fleece liner jacket insulates and never restricts mobility
- Zip-in compatible liner jacket
- Attached, adjustable hood for weather protection
- VelcroÂ® front zipper guard to keep out cold air
- 2 hand pockets keep fingers snug
- Elastic cuffs fit with gloves to keep out cold air
- Standard fit is feminine, but roomy
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"what is the waterproof rating on this, compared to the obermeyer leighton? How do the two jackets compare on warmth? Thanks! "
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Question by stacey on 1/28/2012 - 7:50 am
"This jacket does not have a waterproof rating, but don't let that deter you! This jacket is waterproof and will keep you just as protected as the Leighton (which has a 5K rating). The Obermeyer Leighton Jacket has 135g of synthetic insulation in the body. This will keep you very warm especially if you put an additional layer underneath it. However the Leighton will be strictly a winter jacket. This Barrage jacket from TNF will carry you through the fall, winter, and into spring as you can add and remove layers as needed. The outer shell can be worn solo, the fleece liner can be worn on it's own, or you can pair the two along with some baselayers for the colder temps. This is why they call it a Triclimate! "
Answer by Sarah (Peter Glenn Staff) on 1/31/2012 - 11:34 am
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