The North Face Khumbu Jacket (Boys')
The North Face Khumbu Jacket is one of those jackets you''ll want to wear everywhere you go. And 10 years from now, when it's really time to buy a new jacket, you'll wish you had a spare Khumbu hanging in your closet. That's how much you'll love the look and feel of this all-purpose, go-anywhere fleece. TKA fabric insulates, repels water and drys quickly if you're caught in a deluge so you don't spend the day feeling like you're walking around with a soggy towel wrapped around your shoulders. Relaxed fit prevents that constricted feeling around the arms and shoulders making this a perfect choice for high activity levels on the mountain or just hanging around the house.
- TKA fleece fabric for soft, quick-drying protection keeps you comfortable in all types of weather
- 300-weight 100 percent polyester fleece for exceptional warmth
- Durable, pill-resistant fleece keeps jacket looking new even after years of use
- Full-front zip lets you control body temperature for changing activity levels
- Front zip pockets to securely stow valuables or warm up cold hands
- Relaxed fit for comfort and go-anywhere look
- Zip-in integration with some The North FaceÂ® outerwear works great as a layering component
Questions and Answers
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"Are these true to size?? My son wears a 10. but he is 9 years old. Should I get at 10/12??"
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Question by ann on 12/9/2010 - 3:35 pm
"Take a look at the sizing chart to the right of the item. This is the most accurate way to fit. If he is currently wearing a 10 you may want to consider sizing up just a little bit. That way it will fit a little longer. "
Answer by Laura (Peter Glenn Staff) on 12/21/2010 - 12:09 pm
"We are going Spring skiing at the end of March in Utah. The mornings are cold, but by midday it can reach 40s and 50 degrees. Can you recommend a ski shell for my 11 yr old girl and 9 year old boy please? "
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Question by hirschhe on 12/26/2010 - 11:21 am
"This jacket is probably best for wearing after skiing because it is not necessarily water resistant. Try the Apex Bionic in the North Face line...that might be a bit better for spring conditions with snow involved."
Answer by Kendall (Peter Glenn Staff) on 2/12/2011 - 2:45 pm