The North Face Tamburello Insulated Parka - Women's

The North Face Tamburello Insulated Parka - Women's
The North Face Tamburello Insulated Parka - Women's
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Tamburello Insulated Parka - Women's by The North Face
The North Face Junction Insulated Parka features a warm, weather-resistant construction that's an ideal choice for daily wear when the weather turns gray and cold. A generous dose of synthetic insulation traps body heat and acts as a buffer between you and those dropping temps, and as an added bonus it doesn't falter when wet--the synthetic fill retains its loft if snow dampens your day. Never fear those flakes, however, as the Junction's recycled polyester face is treated with a durable water repellent, helping shed light precipitation if the gray skies turn towards storm. In order to further bolster your comfort in the cold, The North Face added multiple thoughtful details to the Junction, including a high collar, contoured cuffs, and an insulated hood you can pop up when Jack Frost starts to toss the wind around.

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