Diameter Down Hybrid Hooded Jacket - Men's by The North Face
By some miracle, the day your boss tells you to work from home is the day you wake up to fresh new snow beckoning from the mountain. Surely it's a sign that the universe wants you to spend the morning zipped up in The North Face Men's Diameter Down Hybrid Hooded Jacket, taking laps around the mountain, surfing through thigh-deep tree runs, and beating the crowds to all the fresh tracks you can find.With the Diameter's Gore-Tex waterproof protection and two types of insulation, you're not worried about the weather you might encounter when you get to the top of the hill. If it's icy and topped with fog, moisture doesn't have a chance of breaking through the 2-layer membrane to your layers underneath. If it's single-digit temps, high-fill-powered natural down combined with a wet-weather championing PrimaLoft provide warmth without the bulk. If it's dumping, features like the helmet-compatible hood, snap-away powder skirt, water-tight zippers, and thumbhole cuffs block snow from all angles. And if it's clear enough to bootpack to the summit, the fabric's four-way stretch and underarm vents deliver optimal mobility and on-the-fly air flow to keep you cool.
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