The North Face Womens Purist Steep Series Futurelight Jacket

RRP: £490.00
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Product details

  • Weight: 600 g
  • Centre back length: 77cm
  • Fabric : 93% recycled nylon, 7% elastane with DWR finish
  • Standard fit
  • Hyperarticulated fit for skiing & riding
  • Fixed, helmet-compatible, hybrid drop hood
  • Riveted cord-lock adjustment system
  • Radio clips on collar
  • YKK AquaGuard, two-way centre front zip
  • 2 YKK AquaGuard zip chest pockets
  • YKK AquaGuard zips on the hand pockets
  • Stay-down zip pulls
  • Bonded, adjustable cuff tabs with Velcro closure
  • Bonded, articulated, four-way stretch powder skirt
  • Jacket-to-pant integration
  • Ergo drop hem with riveted cord-lock adjustment system
  • Integrated wrist gusset & elastic thumb loop cuffs
  • YKK AquaGuard zip wrist pocket with goggle wipe
  • Use: Snowsports

Product information

Designed specifically for deep-powder skiing & snowboarding, the Women’s Purist Steep Series Jacket from The North Face is made from FutureLight, a new game-changing material. The nano-spun membrane & unique laminating process take lightweight waterproof breathability to a new level. & together with the hyper-articulated fit this jacket offers outstanding freedom of movement. Pack-friendly pockets give you easy access to your gear, radio-compatible features allow you to keep in touch with your riding buddies & a powder skirt & jacket-to-trousers integration mean snow is kept at bay on really deep sessions.

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Few brands inspire confidence like The North Face. Year after year they make some of the best ski wear on the market. Bold colours, flattering fits and this year there’s something even more exciting in the line-up, a new fabric they’ve developed to deliver superior comfort, FUTURELIGHT. An added bonus of FUTRELIGHT is its eco-friendly credentials. Recycled materials go into the product, the waterproof coating comes from PFC-free chemicals while the factory is solar powered. The North Face is named after the coldest, most unforgiving side of a mountain. But it was actually founded in 1966 at an altitude of 150 feet above sea level, on a beach in San Francisco’s North Beach area. Their mission is to provide the best gear, support the preservation of the outdoors and inspire exploration. Judging from this year’s collection, which matches style and rugged protection, they’re still very much on track.


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