The North Face Down Sierra 3.0 Jacket - Men's

The North Face Down Sierra 3.0 Jacket - Men's
The North Face Down Sierra 3.0 Jacket - Men's
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Down Sierra 3.0 Jacket - Men's by The North Face
When summer comes to an end, and you want to extend your camping season a little longer, reach for The North Face Down Sierra 3. 0 jacket for fall performance. Lightweight, lofty 600-fill down keeps you warm when brisk breezes blow through camp and compresses down for easy packing when the sun makes an appearance. When rain showers sneak into the weekend forecast, the DWR finish will repel the unwanted moisture, so you stay dry. As evening temperatures drop around the campfire, bundle up with the snapping storm flap and cinch down your hem and hood to seal out the cold. Keep your headlamp on-hand, and your hands toasty with the dual-entry heritage pockets that add convenient storage and a retro vibe.

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SKU: TNF05SI
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