The North Face Girl's Osolita Triclimate Jacket is a versatile winter jacket for multiple types of weather days. Rainy, dry, cold, snowy, whatever mix is being thrown she'll be ready for it. The shell is DryVent™ 2L, providing waterproof/breathable protection in anything wet and also blocking wind. The liner is high-pile fleece, just right for your snuggly kiddo, putting a smile on her face and warmth in her heart. When the powers of both jackets combine, she gets a powerful winter jacket system that is ready for anything.
FEATURES of The North Face Girl's Osolita Triclimate Jacket
Waterproof, breathable, fully seam sealed
Secure zip hand pockets on outer jacket
Adjustable drawcord system at hem
Adjustable cuff tabs
Cozy, high-pile raschel fleece liner jacket
Heat transfer logo on front and back of outer jacket
Thanks for the question! The Abbey, Kira, and Thermoball are all waterproof and insulated. The Osolita is not. Between the three, I would say that the Kira is the warmest because it has 150 g Heatseeker™ - which was intended for cold conditions. Hope this helps!
Answered by: Rocko Gigsby
Date published: 2016-12-11
Is this jacket good for Illinois winters?
Asked by: mamma
Thanks for the question! The outer shell is waterproof and breathable. However, the inner lining is just a thin fleece. It was designed more so for wet, cool conditions. I would take a look at Triclimates that have synthetic insulation, as opposed to fleece. My three suggestions are the Abbey, Kira, and Thermoball. I included links below for each. Hope this helps!