The North Face Mount Elbert Parka - Men's

The North Face Mount Elbert Parka - Men's
$298.95
Mount Elbert Parka - Men's by The North Face
Price subject to change | SKU: TNF01OV

The North Face Mount Elbert Parka - Men's

Designed to be worn over midlayers, suit jackets, or workwear, The North Face Men's Mount Elbert Parka streamlines your commute with waterproof protection. Emerging from the subway station to the blizzard-like conditions on the city streets, the HyVent two-layer membrane delivers waterproof, breathable protection for guaranteed dry comfort through the final ten blocks you need to walk to get to your office and beyond. When those frigid winds get whipping off the East river, channeled through the grid-like streets, rely on the synthetic Heatseeker and 550-fill down insulation to trap hot air and provide a furnace-like fit and feel all day long. While the weather above ground might be whiteout, winter conditions, waiting at the platform in the depths of the subway system is another story. Which is why The North Face installed underarm zippered vents for you to dump excess heat without having to remove the entire jacket. Gusseted raglan sleeves give you unimpeded movement when you're racing to catch the next bus or train. The reflective logo on the chest and back enhances your visibility after dark to help keep you just a bit safer when braving busy crosswalks. Multiple pockets, including an internal tablet pocket and a metro-pass pocket at the sleeve keep up with your hustling, bustling life this winter.

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