The North Face Boundary Triclimate Hooded Jacket - Women's

The North Face Boundary Triclimate Hooded Jacket - Women's
The North Face Boundary Triclimate Hooded Jacket - Women's
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Boundary Triclimate Hooded Jacket - Women's by The North Face
Designed to combat whatever Mother Nature throws your way, The North Face Women's Boundary Triclimate Jacket offers versatile protection and timeless style regardless of where your journey takes you. This 3-in-1 jacket features a waterproof breathable DryVent membrane that shields you from wind, rain, and snow, while the removable, internal, high-loft fleece assures furnace-like fervor on chilly winter days. Each layer serves a unique purpose and can be worn on its lonesome, or paired together for maximum protection and warmth. Additionally, the Boundary is compatible with other, complementing fleece or softshell jackets from The North Face. In keeping with its versatile design, the Boundary boasts a myriad of pockets to keep necessities secure, while the drawcord hem seals out drafts and pesky precipitation. Additionally, the hood is both adjustable and removable for customized coverage.

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SKU: TNF02T6
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