Relaxed: Also known as "regular," these garments fit just right, not too baggy or not too slim.
5 - 7: Great for moderate snow, offers plenty of versatility, good for most conditions.
8 - 10: Great for temperatures 15°F and below.
With The North Face Boundary Triclimate Ski Jacket, you get two performance jackets that she can wear three different ways: a waterproof shell, an insulated liner jacket, and a fully insulted and waterproof system jacket when she combines the two. She can use the shell as a rain coat, spring ski jacket, or a light jacket when she needs protection from the elements. The liner jacket can be worn on its own for fall hikes, walking to school, or any time she needs warmth without serious water protection. And when she puts the two together, she gets full winter protection. The Boundary Triclimate’s liner jacket is compressible, so it stuffs into a backpack or suitcase for easy transport. These are two jackets with one mission: keep her comfortable no matter what.
- Fabric Rating: Waterproof / Breathable
- Shell Material:100% Nylon faille HyVent® 2L fabric
- Lining Material: 100% polyester mesh
- Liner Jacket: 100% polyester
- Liner Jacket Insulation: 150g Heatseeker® Aero insulation
- HyVent® 2L fabric keeps out water and snow
- Lined with breathable polyester mesh
- Insulated removable liner jacket adds extra heat and versatility
- Fully seam sealed to lock moisture out of every seam
- Powder skirt keeps snow out of the jacket and tucks away when she doesn’t need it
- Removable hood for weather protection
- Chest pocket with waterproof zipper
- Zippered handwarmer pockets double as warm havens for hands and storage for stuff
- Internal media pocket for cell phone, music player, or other electronics
- Adjustable cuffs with Velcro® closure
- Hem drawcord cinches down to lock out snow and wind
- Chin guard flap is soft against skin
- Glove and key clips keep her organized
- bluesign®-approved fabric is environmentally friendly
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This jacket is perfect because I have my daughter put her snow bibs on and then the liner jacket on separately and then the heavy insulated jacket on because it's warmer. She wore this in 40 degree skiing and even 65 degree skiing. When she gets wet I put both her bibs and both jackets in the dryer on high for a few hours. My daughter wears the liner jacket everyday during the summer because of rain and I dry it for her in the dryer everyday. Great winter and summer jacket!