Clementine Triclimate 3-in-1 Jacket - Women's by The North Face
The North Face Clementine Triclimate jacket is built for ski season performance. The 3-in-1 component layering system offers ultimate weather adaptability and functional versatility. Go from battling moist mid-winter blizzards to shredding spring slush all with the darling Clementine Triclimate. The two-layer DryVent shell with a DWR finish blocks out wet snow and wind, while the inner liner maintains core warmth. Zipped-together, these two layers efficiently battle frigid ski days, while separately they provide adaptable all-season use. The waterproof shell boasts durable breathability that's perfect for solo wear in warm spring weather and on sunny bluebird days. Mid-mountain beverage breaks and apres ski festivities call for the Heatseeker Insulated layer that serves as a standalone piece to keep you warm but not overly bundled. The Clementine's complete winter weather coverage is augmented by slope-specific features meant to help you perform. Staying warm and dry is the key to any good ski day, so the spacious helmet-accommodating hood and snap-away snow skirt play a key role in protecting you from worsening weather. Staying organized on the snow is easy with a chest pocket for your phone, an internal goggle pocket, and a small zippered goggle-wipe built into the wrist. With sufficient space for the essentials and a weather-ready design, the Clementine Triclimate will keep you stoked.
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