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North Face Inlux Insulated Jacket 2021 | Women

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$199.00

Description

The North Face Women's Inlux Insulated Jacket is waterproof, windproof, breathable, and lined with silky-soft Raschel fleece. Additionally, it features lightweight Heatseeker™ Eco insulation to make it super warm and cozy. This clean looking, low-profile women's all-weather jacket is simple enough to wear on your commute to work, yet technical enough for a day on the slopes. With this jacket you'll be ready for almost any adventure in cold or wet weather.

Details

  • Standard fit
  • Center Back: 29"
  • heather: 150D 150 g/m² DryVent™ 2L—100% polyester with durable water-repellent (DWR) finish
  • herringbone: 160D 182 g/m² DryVent™ 2L—100% polyester with DWR finish
  • main-body lining: 180 g/m² 100% polyester raschel fleece
  • sleeve and lower-body lining: 50D 73 g/m² 100% polyester taffeta
  • insulation: 100 g Heatseeker™ Eco 70% post-consumer recycled polyester in body; 80 g in hood, collar and sleeves
  • Waterproof, breathable, seam-sealed DryVent™ 2L shell keeps you dry
  • 100 g Heatseeker™ Eco insulation in the body and 80 g in the hood, collar and sleeves for warmth even in wet weather
  • 100% windproof fabric
  • Lined with raschel fleece
  • Attached, adjustable hood
  • Exposed, two-way, VISLON® center front zip with internal draft flap
  • Secure-zip internal chest pocket
  • Exposed, reverse-coil hand pocket zips
  • Pit-zip venting
  • Hem cinch-cord
  • Avg Weight: 835 g (1 lb 13.45 oz)

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