The North Face Denali Jacket is pretty much the emperor of North Face fleece jackets, and all fleece jackets in the world for that matter. The redesigned men's Denali jacket features a napoleon chest pocket and horizontal chest pocket, and is still constructed with the incredible recycled Polartec 300 series fleece with DWR to offer awesome protection in a chilly breeze. The North Face Denali jacket has a pair of hand pockets, elastic-bound cuffs, pit-zip vents and a hem cinch cord that combine to create adjustability for personal comfort. If your collection of North Face outerwear doesn't include a new Denali jacket, you're not doing yourself any favors.
FEATURES of The North Face Men's Denali Jacket
Zip-in-compatible integration with complementing garments from The North Face
Abrasion-reinforced shoulders, chest and forearms
Napoleon chest pocket
Two secure-zip hand pockets
Horizontal chest pocket
85% Recycled content by weight
Bluesign approved fabric
SPECIFICATIONS of The North Face Men's Denali Jacket
Average Weight: 25.7 oz / 727 g
Center Back Length: 28"
Body: Recycled Polartec 300 Series fleece with Repreve fibers and DWR
Abrasion: Two-ply laundered nylon
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Just got this coat in the mail and it is awesome! I got this for a grandpa because he needed a winter coat that would keep him warm but was not so heavy that he could not go in the store to shop and run errands. I took it to him to try on and it fits perfect! The material is really nice and the gray looks like it won't show dirt as easily as other colors would. I think we found a winner for gpa!
Very warm! Has pit zips if you get too warm, which is amazing. Also, plenty of pockets to store gear in and the bottom hand-warmer pockets are massive. The sizing does run a bit big, so order a size smaller if you intend to use it as a mid-layer (which you kind of have to due to it not being windproof).
This is a classic jacket. It is perfect for just about anything when it comes to fall and winter. I have had my first one for almost 7 years now and its still going strong. I probably wash it every other week too! I would suggest not drying it all the way when you wash it. It helps keep it looking newer.