The North Face Apex Storm Peak Triclimate Jacket - Men's

The North Face Apex Storm Peak Triclimate Jacket - Men's
The North Face Apex Storm Peak Triclimate Jacket - Men's
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Apex Storm Peak Triclimate Jacket - Men's by The North Face
You can find the Men's Apex Storm Peak Triclimate Jacket at the apex of The North Face's versatile collection of ski clothing. It pairs a windproof softshell with a removable liner made of brushed fleece. Together, this jacket can keep you warm and toasty while you ski bluebird days at the resort. Apart, the softshell still provides solid windproofing as well as water-resistance that shrugs off snowflakes with ease. It's also remarkably breathable and somewhat stretchy for a performance-oriented design fit for skiing. The removable liner warms you up with midweight fleece that can also manage moisture and dry quickly. Wear the fleece by itself for cold walks to nearby restaurants in ski towns on winter vacations.

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SKU: TNF05OW
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