The North Face Stover Jacket - Men's

The North Face Stover Jacket - Men's
The North Face Stover Jacket - Men's
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Stover Jacket - Men's by The North Face
After the progressively harsh winter overwhelms your lighter weight shells and sweaters, The North Face Stover steps in like a welcoming bear hug with an updated silhouette and fabric to last until spring arrives. Two-layer DryVent with a DWR treatment and fully windproof design shield your daily travels from the ever-darkening clouds and super-chilled winds. Underneath, the 550 fill goose down warms the body, and its Responsible Down Standard certification warms the soul. Gusty head-winds on the commute into the office slow once they meet with the faux-fur ruff, and a storm flap over the center zip protects your torso from flurries along the way.

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