The North Face Gatekeeper Hooded Jacket - Women's

The North Face Gatekeeper Hooded Jacket - Women's
The North Face Gatekeeper Hooded Jacket - Women's
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Gatekeeper Hooded Jacket - Women's by The North Face
Be the first on the slopes and the last to leave with The North Face Gatekeeper Hooded Jacket. DryVent technology makes this jacket's breathable fabric wind and waterproof for long days and many laps. The insulation in the jacket is mapped for core warmth, so you're nice and comfortable, but your arms won't be restricted from bulky insulation. If you do get a tad toasty on the traverse, zippered vents under each arm help dump extra heat. A snap-away powder skirt can be attached when the skies open up and with the wrist gaiters, none of those fresh flakes can make their way into the jacket and soak your layers. A removable hood can be taken off for spring skiing or pulled up over your helmet on the weather heavy days on the mountain.

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SKU: TNF05H4
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