The North Face ThermoBall Jacket (Women's)

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Product Details

Style: A7ZL

The North Face ThermoBall Insulator Jacket is designed to keep you toasty warm from fall through spring. This jacket is filled with The North Face’s ThermoBall insulation, which is light, packable, and exceptionally warm. Designed in conjunction with insulation experts, PrimaLoft ThermoBall is light and fluffy like down, but insulates like synthetics – even when wet. This lightweight jacket works wonders as a layering piece, and thanks to the classic quilting and zipper-pull detail, it works great as a stand-alone jacket as well.

  • 100% Nylon shell material
  • PrimaLoft ThermoBall insulation for lightweight warmth
  • Provides phenomenal warmth in cold conditions
  • Diamond quilting keeps insulation evenly spread
  • Bound cuffs keep out cold air
  • Internal hem drawcord cinches to seal out cold air
  • Exterior pockets at hips keep fingers warm
  • Stow pocket packs jacket into itself for easy carry
  • Center Back Measures 26”

Questions and Answers

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"Do you know what temperature this is meant for?"
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Question by ChloeM on 1/14/2014 - 11:23 pm
""This is not temperature rated; most jackets are not temperature rated. This can be worn as a layering piece with your normal winter jacket to get maximum warmth and protection or it can be worn on it's own in milder temperatures.""
Answer by Martha (Peter Glenn Staff) on 1/16/2014 - 9:32 am
"How does this jacket compare in warmth rating to that of The North Face Aconcagua Jacket? Which shows a rating of 10/10."
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Question by Rick J on 2/5/2014 - 4:02 pm
"The North Face Aconcagua Jacket is warmer than The North Face ThermoBall Jacket. The Aconcagua Jacket is a better jacket if you are looking for a winter jacket. The ThermoBall is more of a jacket u would wear in slightly cold weather. "
Answer by Katie (Peter Glenn Staff) on 2/6/2014 - 9:56 am
"I am looking for a spring skiing jacket in Vail. Do you think this would work? "
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Question by Janet on 3/5/2014 - 11:03 am
"This jacket would be perfect for spring! It is not waterproof though so you would need to make sure you stay dry!"
Answer by Sarah (Peter Glenn Staff) on 3/5/2014 - 4:44 pm
"Does this jacket have good inside pockets?"
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Question by Cheryl on 3/16/2014 - 2:42 pm
"This jacket only has the exterior pockets."
Answer by Martha (Peter Glenn Staff) on 3/18/2014 - 2:02 pm

User Reviews

Average Customer Rating: 4/5 (4 customer reviews)
Sizing is new this season   Rated: 3/5

I love this North Face Thermoball jacket, I bought one last year in 2013 too, however, the new 2014 winter sizing is so much smaller. I like the jacket loose so I can wear a sweater under it-last year no problem. This year I couldn't even get it to zipper without a sweater!

Love it   Rated: 5/5

I love this North Face jacket, it is a great jacket and warm!

Snug   Rated: 2/5

I have this exact North Face jacket from the winter 2013 season in an XL. I bought it again in XL from the 2014 winter season and it appears North Face has changed their sizing because it is very snug.

North Face Thermoball Jacket   Rated: 5/5

I love this jacket! It is lightweight but warm, and looks classy.

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