Fuse Brigandine Jacket - Women's by The North Face
The North Face Women's Fuse Brigandine Jacket is a burly big-mountain ski jacket fit for the backcountry. With a hyperarticulated fit, this jacket excels when skiing or riding in demanding terrain. Its three-layer Gore-Tex membrane provides superior waterproof and breathable protection, while it's FuseForm construction seamlessly integrates a heavier weave in the shoulders, sides, and inner arms for increased abrasion resistance without inhibiting mobility. To enhance performance on the slopes, the Brigandine comes equipped with big mountain features. For starters, a dedicated, helmet-compatible hybrid drop hood can easily be thrown on when the wind picks up and the jacket is fully zipped. Multiple pockets with YKK AquaGuard hold daily necessities including radios, mics, snacks, and glove liners. The chest and hand pockets are pack compatible and the collar pockets also vent excess heat. For additional venting, underarm zips can be undone to help maintain a comfortable temperature while skiing big lines. Finally, wrist gaiters with thumbholes and a powder skirt keep the elements from getting into the jacket so you can ski the harshest terrain in comfort.
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