Morph Hooded Down Jacket - Men's by The North Face
The North Face Men's Morph Hooded Down Jacket laughs in the face of wicked cold fronts with its 800-fill down insulation and woven-chamber construction, which reduces stitching to eliminate cold spots from sapping your warmth. Ideal for alpine climbing and backcountry skiing, the Morph Hooded Down Jacket sports an alpine fit that sits closely, but without restricting key movements. Zippered hand and chest pockets are accessible with both a climbing harness and backpack, meaning you'll be able to retrieve snacks, grab your phone, or simply warm up your hands after you've finished belaying your climbing partner. The lightweight nylon shell provides both a light feel and streamlined aesthetic, while standing up to long days at the crag and extensive backcountry use. It's finished with a DWR that sheds outside moisture from dampening the down insulation underneath. And seeing it's stuffed with compressible down insulation, you'll find the Morph Hooded Jacket barely takes up room in your pack on backcountry skiing and climbing trips.
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