1990 Mountain GTX Jacket - Men's by The North Face
The North Face's 1990 Mountain GTX Jacket combines the best of 90s style with the best of modern tech to keep you shielded from the elements on city streets and snowy slopes. Offering retro style that's still at home in modern environments, this jacket takes its design from TNF's original version that came out in, you guessed it, 1990. A lot's changed since then, which is why this jacket features a durably waterproof and comfortably breathable Gore-Tex membrane that shuts out the storm whether you're facing rain at lower elevations or snow way up in the mountains. Reinforcements at the shoulders prevent wear from heavy daypacks, while abrasion-resistant elbow patches withstand scrapes against tree branches when you're shredding in the woods. A set of reverse-entry alpine pockets give you convenient storage that's still decidedly old-school, and the inside features three secure pockets that were originally designed to hold an avalanche beacon. They can still serve that purpose on ultra-deep resort days, but are also more than up for the task of keeping your phone and wallet safe on a rainy morning. A burly storm flap and adjustable hem team up to keep out gusts of chilly wind, and the dual-adjustable hood helps you block out snow and rain while still maintaining good visibility.
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