Kelty Redstart 26 Pack

The North Face Men's Denali Jacket (Spring 2010 Discontinued) is rated 4.781 out of 5 by 831.
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Product Description Item No.   10118595

The Kelty Redstart 26 Pack. For those multi-layered days the sleek Redstart features a handy front mesh pocket, perfect for storing the rain shell, maps, and snacks.

FEATURES of the Kelty Redstart 26 Pack

  • Hydration compatible
  • Panel loading
  • Mesh water bottle pockets
  • Ice-axe loops
  • HDPE frame sheet
  • Ventilating back panel

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Rated 4 out of 5 by from Nice Jacket, Kind of bulky I bought this in a small and it seems a little larger/bulkier than the other stuff I have from TNF. However, it zips nicely into my Mountain Guide Jacket. I already have a thermal windwall, which I will probably keep as my primary softshell jacket when I'm only wearing one layer. But this one fits better into the shell and will be a nice alternative if I gain weight (the thermal windwall is a little tighter with a more athletic fit). I thought I would like the zippers in the underarms, but with the tags they have hanging there they seem to be in the way a little bit. I will probably take the tags off though. It's a very warm jacket, heavier than I expected.
Date published: 2008-12-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by from A WINTER MUST-HAVE!!!! The North Face Denali Jacket is one of the line's most popular - and for good reason - it is a fantastic transitional jacket from fall into winter. I ordered mine thinking i'd wear it a couple of times before I broke out the big puffer jacket - no way - this is my go-to until January hits! I live in New York and deal with very windy conditions - this jacket keeps me cozy and warm without the bulk of a huge down jacket. It has deep pockets, and multiple vents that can zip open or closed depending on how warm you get - a fantastic feature if you're going from the cold outside inside to a warm store/restaurant. I highly recommend this jacket!
Date published: 2010-11-29
Rated 4 out of 5 by from It keeps me warm! This jacket rocks. At first the price of it worried me, I hadn't ever bought a fleece jacket for that much. However, it ended up being awesome fleece. It's really smooth, and so far easy to clean and doesn't fuzz up like some do.
It's a great jacket to have to wear to class, to wear to the store, I wear it daily. Rain hasn't been a problem so far, material on the shoudlers seems to repel the water pretty well and make it run-off. Snow will stick to the fleece, but that happens on all clothing - it still kept me nice and dry.
If you can go for the higher price, you get what you pay for, a solid jacket to keep you warm and dry in the winter.
Date published: 2006-12-18
Rated 4 out of 5 by from The Volkswagon Jetta of jackets! What does that mean, really...the Jetta of jackets. Well, everyone loves the Jetta. It's compact, priced right, available in all sorts of colors, flexible, and multi-purpose. The downside? Everyone aged 16-27 either currently drives one or has driven one in their lifetime. Same goes wtih the Denali. You can't really blame North Face or VW for this; after all, they came up with a product that 99-kabillion people are willing to buy. But for me, looking like every other Phillips-Andover coed was not a requirement, so I went with the Apex Bionic. But my wife has a gray Denali and practically sleeps in the thing. Nice jacket. Just overplayed.
Date published: 2009-12-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I feel like we're friends, and this was a gift...a great gift...that I paid for. First off, the customer service was like Spring, a breath of fresh air and warm, but not hot. From the very beginning, it felt like I was being talked to and talking to real people who have a genuinely optimistic, high-spirited ambiance about them.,,,,As for the jacket, it is very aesthetically pleasing and highly functional. If it's cold out, I'm nice and warm. If it starts to get warmer out, I can adjust the jacket to cool off without having to carry it around like extra baggage. Also, there's plenty of room in the jacket to fit a hoodie if it's freezing out, literally. So basically, coats are obsolete unless you do snow sports.,,,,Thanks Moosejaw and The North Face. Thanks.
Date published: 2009-11-02
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Not the best, for the money! I bought this jacket about a year ago, before i know really all that much about the different meterals out there. If your someone who just wants it for style and the "the north face" symbol, then this is a great pick. But if you want it for hiking or climbing i would not choose this jacket. Its heavy for the warmth it gives you and very bulky so usless backpacking. For the money there are better jackets out there that are lighter and less bulky but will keep you just as warm. Its more expensive then other jackets like it b/c of its popularity.
Date published: 2008-10-29
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Outstanding shopping experience! Oh yeah and the jacket was good too. Enjoying "THE MADNESS" has never been easier and more affordable. The North Face Denali jacket that I purchased from Moosejaw was the cheapest out of all the other sites I viewed! The jacket is great for cold sunny days, and 55 degrees F nights. I would probably say bottom out temperature at 50 degrees F. It's a lightweight contender with more pockets than you can shake a moose antler at (I know that sounds crazy, but it's a good thing). Anyway, it's an overall great moderately cold temperature jacket. Overall experience of shopping with Moosejaw gets 5 out of 5 smiley faces!
:-) :-) :-) :-) :-)
Date published: 2006-12-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Jacket, Get the right size. I own three of these jackets in three different sizes. The person who said, get the correct size is correct. The first Denali I purchased, I got an extra large (Big mistake), but you know how annoying mothers always want to make sure you are covered. Still the jacket was very warm, and I wore it on several outdoors retreats. I eventually passed this one off to my father, and purchased a medium which is the typical jacket size a purchase. I wore this jacket for a year around campus, and my only problem with it was the sleeves were too long, it still felt too bulky. Finally, I tried on my roommate's small, and it fit perfectly.
Date published: 2009-12-20
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The North Face Men's Denali Jacket (Spring 2010 Discontinued) is rated 4.781 out of 5 by 831.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Nice Jacket, Kind of bulky I bought this in a small and it seems a little larger/bulkier than the other stuff I have from TNF. However, it zips nicely into my Mountain Guide Jacket. I already have a thermal windwall, which I will probably keep as my primary softshell jacket when I'm only wearing one layer. But this one fits better into the shell and will be a nice alternative if I gain weight (the thermal windwall is a little tighter with a more athletic fit). I thought I would like the zippers in the underarms, but with the tags they have hanging there they seem to be in the way a little bit. I will probably take the tags off though. It's a very warm jacket, heavier than I expected.
Date published: 2008-12-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by from A WINTER MUST-HAVE!!!! The North Face Denali Jacket is one of the line's most popular - and for good reason - it is a fantastic transitional jacket from fall into winter. I ordered mine thinking i'd wear it a couple of times before I broke out the big puffer jacket - no way - this is my go-to until January hits! I live in New York and deal with very windy conditions - this jacket keeps me cozy and warm without the bulk of a huge down jacket. It has deep pockets, and multiple vents that can zip open or closed depending on how warm you get - a fantastic feature if you're going from the cold outside inside to a warm store/restaurant. I highly recommend this jacket!
Date published: 2010-11-29
Rated 4 out of 5 by from It keeps me warm! This jacket rocks. At first the price of it worried me, I hadn't ever bought a fleece jacket for that much. However, it ended up being awesome fleece. It's really smooth, and so far easy to clean and doesn't fuzz up like some do.
It's a great jacket to have to wear to class, to wear to the store, I wear it daily. Rain hasn't been a problem so far, material on the shoudlers seems to repel the water pretty well and make it run-off. Snow will stick to the fleece, but that happens on all clothing - it still kept me nice and dry.
If you can go for the higher price, you get what you pay for, a solid jacket to keep you warm and dry in the winter.
Date published: 2006-12-18
Rated 4 out of 5 by from The Volkswagon Jetta of jackets! What does that mean, really...the Jetta of jackets. Well, everyone loves the Jetta. It's compact, priced right, available in all sorts of colors, flexible, and multi-purpose. The downside? Everyone aged 16-27 either currently drives one or has driven one in their lifetime. Same goes wtih the Denali. You can't really blame North Face or VW for this; after all, they came up with a product that 99-kabillion people are willing to buy. But for me, looking like every other Phillips-Andover coed was not a requirement, so I went with the Apex Bionic. But my wife has a gray Denali and practically sleeps in the thing. Nice jacket. Just overplayed.
Date published: 2009-12-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I feel like we're friends, and this was a gift...a great gift...that I paid for. First off, the customer service was like Spring, a breath of fresh air and warm, but not hot. From the very beginning, it felt like I was being talked to and talking to real people who have a genuinely optimistic, high-spirited ambiance about them.,,,,As for the jacket, it is very aesthetically pleasing and highly functional. If it's cold out, I'm nice and warm. If it starts to get warmer out, I can adjust the jacket to cool off without having to carry it around like extra baggage. Also, there's plenty of room in the jacket to fit a hoodie if it's freezing out, literally. So basically, coats are obsolete unless you do snow sports.,,,,Thanks Moosejaw and The North Face. Thanks.
Date published: 2009-11-02
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Not the best, for the money! I bought this jacket about a year ago, before i know really all that much about the different meterals out there. If your someone who just wants it for style and the "the north face" symbol, then this is a great pick. But if you want it for hiking or climbing i would not choose this jacket. Its heavy for the warmth it gives you and very bulky so usless backpacking. For the money there are better jackets out there that are lighter and less bulky but will keep you just as warm. Its more expensive then other jackets like it b/c of its popularity.
Date published: 2008-10-29
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Outstanding shopping experience! Oh yeah and the jacket was good too. Enjoying "THE MADNESS" has never been easier and more affordable. The North Face Denali jacket that I purchased from Moosejaw was the cheapest out of all the other sites I viewed! The jacket is great for cold sunny days, and 55 degrees F nights. I would probably say bottom out temperature at 50 degrees F. It's a lightweight contender with more pockets than you can shake a moose antler at (I know that sounds crazy, but it's a good thing). Anyway, it's an overall great moderately cold temperature jacket. Overall experience of shopping with Moosejaw gets 5 out of 5 smiley faces!
:-) :-) :-) :-) :-)
Date published: 2006-12-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Jacket, Get the right size. I own three of these jackets in three different sizes. The person who said, get the correct size is correct. The first Denali I purchased, I got an extra large (Big mistake), but you know how annoying mothers always want to make sure you are covered. Still the jacket was very warm, and I wore it on several outdoors retreats. I eventually passed this one off to my father, and purchased a medium which is the typical jacket size a purchase. I wore this jacket for a year around campus, and my only problem with it was the sleeves were too long, it still felt too bulky. Finally, I tried on my roommate's small, and it fit perfectly.
Date published: 2009-12-20
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