The North Face Women's Denali Jacket is our most popular North Face jacket, and with good reason. The Denali jacket features super soft and durable recycled Polartec 300 series fleece constructed with DWR, a bluesign approved fabric, and zip-in compatibility with select North Face outerwear. The abrasion-reinforced shoulders and elbows will add superior protection during those wicked snowball fights with the boys. The women's Denali has a standard fit, weighing only 20.4 oz. designed to layer over your favorite North Face clothing while still showing off your hotness. The North Face recycled Polartec has been updated with 100% bluesign approved fabrics for the entire garment - a standard for environmentally-friendly production methods. Recycled Polartec Eco materials are made from 90 % post-industrial waste and 10% post-consumer waste, stopping the flow of materials to the landfill and creating valuable materials from waste. This means you can tell your friends you have turned over a new leaf and have officially joined the elite ranks of the environmentally conscious. Sounds pretty awesome, doesn't it?
DECENT FEATURES of The North Face Women'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
Average Weight: 19.4 oz / 551 g
Center Back Length: 26"
Body: Recycled Polartec 300 Series fleece with DWR
Abrasion: two-ply laundered nylon
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Great jacket. Keeps you warm even in colder temps (30 F) and not bulky. Great to put on after exercising. True to size, sleeves are a little long. I dont know why I didnt buy a North Face jacket sooner. Only thing is I wish I would have gotten this jacket with the hood...
"Like finding the last edge piece of the puzzle..."
...not quite the whole package, but a good start that makes you smile!Great for a cooler evening, fantastic in a light drizzle, warm even when soaked to the bone -- unless it's windy. Wind cuts right through, which I combat with an extra layer underneath when I need a little boost to protection, or throw on a wind-proof outer layer if I really want it toasty.Love it, all year long!!
I got the white jacket with the brown overlay and I love it! I've had it for about a month and worn it many times and it has yet to show any stains. It's a perfect early spring or late winter jacket and it is surprisingly warm.
I have had this jacket for 5 years. Wash wear and go. It looks great even after all this time. Lightweight put heavy enough for Virginia's crazy changing weather. This was my first of many North Face jackets.
"The Denali is a wardrobe staple. Baroque Purple Heather looks better in person."
Bought this for myself after I had purchased the Denali hoodie in Weimaraner Brown. I love the hoodie but found I need the plain jacket too. I didn't have too many color choices so I ended up with the Purple Heather and I really like it. It beats the same old black and brown that everyone has and it's still kind of neutral.Everyone needs a Denali of some sort.Oh, and I'm 5' 3" and 125 lbs. with big shoulders and the medium fits perfectly.
Lucky that I was able to find this jacket on sale for a decent price, I've wanted it for a few years now and finally gave in and purchased it. SO glad I did! You really can't go wrong with North Face products, they are always made with excellent quality.
It is a wonderful day when you can be not only warm but look amazing doing it. This jacket is the best. I am a total north face whore and was so excited when it came in the colors are amazing (it matches my dog) and keeps me super warm even in the cold oregon weather. I can't wait to get more colors, gotta keep it trendy.
Jacket is perfect. It keeps me warm on chilly days, it can sustain a light snow/light rain without making me feel soggy, and it is perfect for layering.My only two complaints are 1: It really isn't well suited for women with HIPS. It sits akward at the hips, but this may be to my having a short torso. It kind of poofs out at the hips. If I were a stick figure like many of the women I see wearing this then I suppose it wouldn't be a problem.My other complaint is the weimaraner brown was really more of a tawny gray. I thought it would be more chocolatey from the pictures. But Weimaraners are a tawny gray not really brown so I suppose that is my fault!
I bought my Denali jacket in a Large. I'm about 5'3" and curvy, and generally I wear Medium, but I didn't want the lower part of the jacket to squeeze around my hips (my sister has the same jacket it in Medium). Though the sleeves are pretty broad, I still love the fit! I bought it to stay warm, anyway :) It's great here in Michigan where it can be freezing one day and gorgeous the next. I definitely recommend this style! I got mine in purple, but without adding a bright purple scarf to the mix, it sort of looks like a brownish/grey combo from far away. So, if you buy the purple one, be sure to accessorize accordingly to bring out the color.