The North Face Headwall Triclimate Ski Jacket (Men's)
The North Face Headwall Triclimate Ski Jacket gives warmth and weather protection, but it also gives you versatility. You get both a waterproof shell and an insulated liner jacket that you can wear together or separate depending on the weather. The Headwall Jacket also has a ton of features that you don't often see on a 3-in-1. There's a powder skirt to keep out snow, and core venting to release excess heat. Multiple pockets on the outside and inside give you plenty of space for all of your stuff.
- Fabric Rating: Waterproof / Breathable
- Shell Material: HyVentÂ® 2L nylon fabric
- Liner Material: 100% polyeter taffeta fabric
- Insulation: 80g Heatseeker insulation in liner jacket
- Length: Center back measures 31" shell / 26.5" liner
- Removable liner jacket included for 3 wear options in 1
- Fully seam sealed to prevent moisture from seeping inside
- Removable hood for weather protection
- Core vents open to release excess heat
- Zippered handwarmer pockets at the waist
- Chest pocket and wrist pocket for extra storage
- Adjustable cuffs fit with gloves to keep out snow
- Adjustable hem cinches to seal out cold air
- Powder skirt keep snow out of jacket
- Inside goggle pocket for easy access
Questions and Answers
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"Do you have same for ladies? "
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Question by Steve on 8/21/2012 - 6:08 pm
"Who says she has to get a ladies?!?! :) I am 5'5", 145lbs and I tried on the size small. It fit perfectly except for the sleeves were a bit long. However with the Velcro adjustments on the wrists, I was able to tighten the sleeve at the wrist and it was great. As an alternative, you can check out the Women's Barrage Triclimate or the Women's Kira Triclimate jackets. The Cheakamus is also a great option as the Turquoise Blue has that beautiful white inner liner! "
Answer by Martha (Peter Glenn Staff) on 8/22/2012 - 11:29 am
"Skiing in Vail. Do u need to wear both a base and mid layer with this jacket or is a base layer enough?"
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Question by Nina on 2/3/2013 - 3:20 pm
"This is a pretty warm jacket however depending on the weather I would suggest both a base layer and a mid layer. "
Answer by Ashley (Peter Glenn Staff) on 2/4/2013 - 10:55 am
"Does the outside jacket have any insulation or is it just a shell? I am looking for a jacket without insulation and light colored that would work well for spring skiing. It appears that this jacket, with it's removable insulating liner, would work for both cold and warmer weather skiing & riding. Thank you for clarifying this. "
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Question by yousaywhat on 6/23/2013 - 1:06 am
"Yes, tri-climate jackets are awesome because they are so versatile and you can pretty much get away with wearing them from Fall to Spring (depending on where you live and what temps you will encounter). This jacket only has insulation in the liner, the outer is just a shell so that each piece can be worn separately in milder temps."
Answer by Martha (Peter Glenn Staff) on 6/24/2013 - 11:57 am
"Does this jacket have pit zips? Not mentioned in item's description."
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Question by yousaywhat on 6/23/2013 - 3:34 am
"We do state that it has core vents in the features and also show this in one of the photos."
Answer by Martha (Peter Glenn Staff) on 6/24/2013 - 11:58 am