The North Face Klamath Jacket - Men's
The North Face Men's Klamath Jacket makes it possible to enjoy life when wet snow or frozen rain tries to dampen your attitude. As snow piles up and temps drop you you know it'll soon be time switch from the transition-season outer threads to a core-warming, waterproof torso-protector. The Klamath features thick insulation in the body but less in the arms so you don't feel completely restricted. Slip your season pass to the resort into the designated window slot inside the over-zipper flap and snap the pow skirt shut when it's time to head for the hills and forget about reality for a day.
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Wondering about sizing for this jacket. I'm 5'10", 170 lbs and not sure about a medium or large. I have a North Face jacket (tri-climate series) and that is a large and its a good fit. Does this run larger, should I get the medium instead? Thanks
September 2, 2012
- [membrane/laminate] HyVent 2L; [shell] yarn-dyed plaid; [lining] taffeta
- [body] Heatseeker Eco (100g); [sleeve] Heatseeker Eco (80g)
- Fabric Waterproof Rating:
- 25 PSI
- Fabric Breathability Rating:
- 625 g/mē
- yes, fixed
- underarm zips
- Powder Skirt:
- yes, removable
- (external) 2 front hand, 1 front media, 1 front pass, (internal) 1 chest goggle, 1 chest stash
- fully taped
- Recommended Use:
- skiing, snowboarding, winter exploration