Products on Sale are Discontinued Styles or Colors.
The North Face Men's Denali Down Jacket is a new addition to the Denali family. I'm sure you've heard of the Denali family, up there with the Rockefellers and the Kennedys in terms of US historical importance, they've helped shape this country. What would our ski slopes or city streets look like without the Denalis? I don't even want to think about it. The Denali Down jacket hits the scene with 550-fill down insulation baffled across the abrasion-reinforced chest and shoulders and a DWR finish on the body and sleeves for warmth and weather protection. With the increased climate range afforded by this mid-layer, the Denali family has just cemented its legacy for years to come.
FEATURES of The North Face Men's Denali Down Jacket
Zip-in compatible integration with complementing garments
Napoleon chest pocket
Insulated shoulders and elbows
Two secure zip hand pockets
Body: Recycled Polartec® 300 Series fleece with DWR
Abrasion: laundered two-ply nylon
Avg Weight: 760 g (26.81 oz)
Length from Center Back: 28”
This product can only be shipped within the United States. Please don't hate us.
I am big fan of the Denali fleece and figured I would give this one a try. I was not disappointed! This is even warmer than the original Denali fleece and has down padding on the upper back and back of the arms, from the elbow to wrist (which is not pictured). I will warn that they do run a little big. I am 5'10" 210lbs, athlectic build, and usually wear a XL. I had to send this one back for a Large.
96 hour sale prices are only good on in-stock items and cannot be applied to prior purchases or combined with other promotions. Not all items from selected brands will be on clearance. Sale includes discontinued and prior season styles and colors from select brands. The code excludes GoPro, Snow/Wake/Skate brands, including Burton, Volcom, Liquid Force, Foursquare, Analog, Sessions, Oakley and others. Exclusions apply. Prices are while supplies last and are subject to change. Sale ends March 9, 2014 at 11:59pm EDT.