Premonition Hooded Down Jacket - Women's by The North Face
If you've been waiting to buy a down midlayer for the last few seasons, don't procrastinate any longer. With a new, lighter baffle construction and 800-fill down insulation certified to RDS standards, The North Face's Women's Premonition Jacket will change your winter adventures for the better. This lightweight layer was made for charging hard on the weekends, so don't be surprised when you're grabbing it for everything from cold ski days to after work hikes. The water-resistant nylon shell won't soak through if you decide to make a spontaneous snow angel, and The North Face's new baffle construction prevents the down insulation from moving around without the use of glue or stitching for a lighter, equally effective design. If you're heading out for a tour in the backcountry, stash your beacon in the internal loops to know it'll stay safe without getting in the way on the skintrack, and if you heat up too much, tuck the entire jacket into its own hand pocket, throw it in your pack, and get on your way. No need to tie jackets around waists here.
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