The North Face ThermoBall Insulated Jacket - Tall - Men's

The North Face ThermoBall Insulated Jacket - Tall - Men's
The North Face ThermoBall Insulated Jacket - Tall - Men's
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ThermoBall Insulated Jacket - Tall - Men's by The North Face
Enjoy frosty hikes and winter snowshoe adventures with lightweight, toasty insulation on your side in the North Face ThermoBall Insulated men's tall jacket. Made with the same durable and warm materials as the standard ThermoBall insulated jacket, the Tall version features additional length to keep you from experiencing an icy draft when you're out adventuring. PrimaLoft Thermoball insulation offers a down-like feel, keeping you warm when the temperatures plummet, and a lofty fill that compresses, like down, into pocket for easy stowing. When surprise frozen rain and sleet hit, you can be sure you'll stay toasty thanks to the warm-when-wet characteristics of synthetic insulation, and you can keep your adventure going, blue sky or not.

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SKU: TNF03JM
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