The North Face Women's Kalispell Insulated Triclimate Jacket. Unique three-in-one parka with a slightly insulated denim look HyVent 2L twill shell and sweater-knit fleece liner offers versatile waterproof/breathable protection.
DECENT FEATURES of The North Face Women's Kalispell Insulated Triclimate Jacket
Waterproof, breathable, seam sealed
Zip-in compatible integration with complementing garments for The North Face
Fully adjustable, removable hood
Brushed collar lining for comfort
Center front zip and snap-down storm flap closure
Two secure zip hand pockets
Foldable cuff for extra coverage
Hem cinch-cord (Triclimate) 300 weight sweater knit fleece
"Great for both snowy adventures and walking through town"
I have had this coat about a month, and so far no major complaints. I have it in brown, and love the color. It goes well with just about anything and has a nice fit. I've never had a layered jacket before, but really like the flexibility. Some random fun facts: I like that the front is snaps and not velcro- no weird lint marks. If you like walking around with your hands in your pockets- these are a little awkward- but oh so fashion friendly! My last coat was a ski coat with about 20 pockets, so I do miss having lots of tricky places to store stuff. Not sure if it's just my coat or not- but the zipper is a bit sticky. Overall- great for a place like Michigan where the weather changes daily!
This is a great jacket! The sweater liner is warm and cozy for the fall and now that it's crossing into winter I get warm with both layers! The outside is waterproof and the hood is nice and spacious. All in all you would be crazy not to get this coat. Sizing wise I am 5'4" 110 and the small is perfect!
"Everything I wanted for town and mountain"
I got this jacket with the intention of skiing in it. I haven't taken it off since. I wear it to lab. I wear it around the house. I wear it skiing and snowboarding (even though I don't think that's its intended purpose). The sweater liner is the best liner I've ever seen in a triclimate jacket. The one thing I'm not totally stoked about is the orientation of the pockets. The horizontal opening makes them a bit awkward as hand-warmers, but safer for your stuff when you're going down a mountain. It's a tradeoff. Also it isn't brimming with secret compartments, goggle wipers, and other mountain stuff, but it's less bulky as a result.