The North Face Trevail Down Jacket - Men's

The North Face Trevail Down Jacket - Men's
The North Face Trevail Down Jacket - Men's
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Trevail Down Jacket - Men's by The North Face
You have approximately forty seconds after ski touring to zip up The North Face Men's Trevail Down Jacket before the howling summit winds freeze you to the point of no return. This streamlined puffy uses lofty 800-fill goose down for incredible warmth, but without the excess bulk or weight you've come to associate with synthetic-based insulation. The shell's comprised of 100-percent recycled polyester for a sleek feel with greater commitment to reducing the jacket's overall environmental impact. It's finished with a durable water repellent that beads off passing rain and snow showers from dampening the down insulation beneath.

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SKU: TNF03JJ
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