Altier Down Triclimate Hooded Jacket - Men's by The North Face
If you need a jacket that's gonna take you all the way from the deep cold of January to the slushy days of April, look no further than The North Face's Altier Down Triclimate Hooded Jacket. This three-in-one jacket features a durable waterproof shell and a warm down liner, which zips out easily for multi-season versatility. Wear them together for weatherproof warmth, then zip them apart and to get a toasty stand-alone puffy and a breathable year round rain shell. Both the shell and the liner feature zippered hand pockets to store your everyday belongings and on-mountain necessities, while the shell features an adjustable hood to block out rain, snow, and everything in between. Whether you're wearing them together or apart, underarm vents will quickly invite in cold air when you're getting a little too stuffy.
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