Designed for layering thanks to its slim fit and stretchy construction, The North Face's Stretch Down Jacket fits comfortably under a shell when you're heading up to your favorite mountain on a cold winter morning. Toasty warm and responsibly-sourced down insulation brings the heat as you ride frozen chairlifts, while the stretch-woven fabric ensures full mobility as you rip your way down a powdery tree line. The slim-fitting design also works to your advantage, integrating well with your shell jacket to create a comfortable layering system that you won't be fidgeting with throughout the day. An adjustable hem ensures that snow and cold weather won't creep in, and when the lifts stop spinning and it's time to head home you can stuff the Stretch Down into its own zippered pocket, toss it in your pack, then head home to start prepping for tomorrow's equally epic day.
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The North Face Stretch Down Jacket - Men's
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