The North Face Women's Triple C II Parka
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The North Face Women's Triple C II Parka

The North Face Women's Triple C II Parka is rated 3.9 out of 5 by 179.
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Product Description Item No.   10317144

The North Face Women's Triple C II Parka is a long parka for full coverage while walking the city in the winters. The baffles change to give it plenty of shape through the waist and they're all filled with 550 fill goose down to surround you with plenty of heat in the cold. The exterior is finished with a durable water repellent coating, which can't be seen but won't let snowflakes melt into the fabric. Just brush 'em right off! Snuggle into the hood when the winds are blowing or snap it off so you won't muss up your hair on your way into work.

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FEATURES of The North Face Women's Triple C II Parka

  • Durable Water Repellent finish
  • Contoured quilting for waist definition
  • Darts on back waist for shaping
  • Two-way, center front zip
  • Snap-off, removable hood
  • Down cocoon brim on hood for added warmth and protection
  • Covered-zip hand pockets
  • Rolled-over elastic cuffs and rounded drop hem
  • Embroidered logo on chest and back

- + Product Specifications
Exterior Pockets: 2
Back Length: 47 in.
Hood Type: Adjustable, Helmet Compatible, Removable
Insulation Details: 550 Fill Responsible Down Standard
Product Technology: DWR
Type of Waterproofing: DWR
Disclaimer: We only ship this brand to US Addresses.
Jacket Fabric: 100 % Recycled polyester
Weight: 34.2 oz
Features: Packable, Parka, Insulated, Hood, Water-resistant
Gender: Womens
Best Use: Casual
Jacket Length: Knee
Fit Type: Regular Fit
Insulation: Down
DWR tech

Durable Water Repellant
DWR (Durable Water Repellent) is a coating that is applied to fabrics which makes them water-resistant, or hydrophobic. A DWR finish doesn't interfere with breathability, which makes it perfect for adverse conditions in the backcountry.

Rated 3 out of 5 by from Not sure yet I found the questions on fit to be very helpful in determining the appropriate size for me. I am disappointed in the unwillingness to provide a temperature range for the coat. I did ask about temperature range (the live chat was easy to use) and I was told that since everyone responds to cold differently, it is difficult to make comments. While I do understand this, providing a range with an added reminder that we all respond as individuals to temperature, wind chill and humidity differently would have been helpful. So it is in my closet until the cold sets in, at which time I will be able to determine if it is what I want.
Date published: 2015-09-25
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Not sure yet I found the questions on fit to be very helpful in determining the appropriate size for me. I am disappointed in the unwillingness to provide a temperature range for the coat. I did ask about temperature range (the live chat was easy to use) and I was told that since everyone responds to cold differently, it is difficult to make comments. While I do understand this, providing a range with an added reminder that we all respond as individuals to temperature, wind chill and humidity differently would have been helpful. So it is in my closet until the cold sets in, at which time I will be able to determine if it is what I want.
Date published: 2015-09-25
Rated 1 out of 5 by from 550 down fill is not warm enough!! Will we EVER see a WARM down coat for women that is also LONG????? Over the past few years I've looked at dozens of women's down coats that fall below the thigh (below the knee is even better). Most are like this, with only 550 down fill, which isn't very warm. When they have a high down fill, they don't have much of that down. Even 850+ down fill won't keep you warm if you only put a tiny bit in the coat in order to keep the price down! Very frustrating. Again and again, I see reviews from other women that the coats aren't warm enough. Will the manufacturers ever get the message? Meanwhile, I'm stuck with a men's 850-fill parka combined with a down Shkoop skirt from Sweden. That keeps me warm, but the two pieces are inconvenient to carry while indoors.
Date published: 2015-08-28
Rated 1 out of 5 by from 550 down fill is not warm enough!! Will we EVER see a WARM down coat for women that is also LONG????? Over the past few years I've looked at dozens of women's down coats that fall below the thigh (below the knee is even better). Most are like this, with only 550 down fill, which isn't very warm. When they have a high down fill, they don't have much of that down. Even 850+ down fill won't keep you warm if you only put a tiny bit in the coat in order to keep the price down! Very frustrating. Again and again, I see reviews from other women that the coats aren't warm enough. Will the manufacturers ever get the message? Meanwhile, I'm stuck with a men's 850-fill parka combined with a down Shkoop skirt from Sweden. That keeps me warm, but the two pieces are inconvenient to carry while indoors.
Date published: 2015-08-28
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Needs more down in shoulders I like this coat a lot, but had to make two adjustments: 1) added insulated material added to the tops of the shoulders (inside coat) and around the shoulder area. The coat was really thin in these places. I took it back to the store but they said it wasn't a defect so I kept it. I was so surprised at the thin should that I stopped others with this coat on the street all winter (Boston area) to ask if they were having the same problem. Most said yes. 2) added a detachable fur (extension) to the front of the hood. The hood didn't extend far enough forward either to block cold air or to stay in place (unless the elastic cords were drawn so tight your head was bent over) Otherwise a good coat -- very light, long, warm, easy to thrown on. I especially appreciate the well-covered neck and collar area -- no need for a scarf.
Date published: 2015-10-26
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Needs more down in shoulders I like this coat a lot, but had to make two adjustments: 1) added insulated material added to the tops of the shoulders (inside coat) and around the shoulder area. The coat was really thin in these places. I took it back to the store but they said it wasn't a defect so I kept it. I was so surprised at the thin should that I stopped others with this coat on the street all winter (Boston area) to ask if they were having the same problem. Most said yes. 2) added a detachable fur (extension) to the front of the hood. The hood didn't extend far enough forward either to block cold air or to stay in place (unless the elastic cords were drawn so tight your head was bent over) Otherwise a good coat -- very light, long, warm, easy to thrown on. I especially appreciate the well-covered neck and collar area -- no need for a scarf.
Date published: 2015-10-26
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Disappointed...not really the "winter" coat I expected Either the coat is confused, or I am confused. The very long length together with down suggests a coat to wear on very cold day (at least below -5 C), maybe waiting for a bus or train - somewhere where you would not be wearing wind pants or base layer and your legs will get cold in a shorter coat. Or a on a walk. The length is excellent. The coat is light but from other similar weight down garments, I assume it would do its job of keeping me warm. The two way zipper seems solid. The trim tailored fit and light weight are nice . But then other features that should be there - aren't. There are no sleeve cuffs - wind can go right up the sleeves. The zipper guard is on the inside so snow/freezing rain can seize up the zipper. The bottom of the coat is missing the expected snaps to make movement easier in some situations. The collar is short and wide - wind will whip right down the coat. The hood is not deep enough to be useful, will not keep wind off forehead, even when adjusted. And it doesn't seal the neck area at all - so together with the useless collar and missing sleeve cuffs, the coat is a wind tunnel. The coat would work for around-town-in-and-out-of-car-and-mall activity, but for that, something shorter (and cheaper) is better (and possible) for me (and I have that already) So I don't know who is confused. Me or the coat? Was the coat subject to a confused design or bad late-breaking cost-cutting decisions that stole its functional detail? Or was I confused in thinking the combination of North Face + down + length + price tag should add up to functional but flattering cold weather garment? Either way, back it goes. I can go spend twice as much to get light weight, way more function AND similar fashion. Or I could spend half as much for way more function, adequate fashion, and give up the light weight. The function just isn't optional. I guess I just do not understand this coat.
Date published: 2016-11-03
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Disappointed...not really the "winter" coat I expected Either the coat is confused, or I am confused. The very long length together with down suggests a coat to wear on very cold day (at least below -5 C), maybe waiting for a bus or train - somewhere where you would not be wearing wind pants or base layer and your legs will get cold in a shorter coat. Or a on a walk. The length is excellent. The coat is light but from other similar weight down garments, I assume it would do its job of keeping me warm. The two way zipper seems solid. The trim tailored fit and light weight are nice . But then other features that should be there - aren't. There are no sleeve cuffs - wind can go right up the sleeves. The zipper guard is on the inside so snow/freezing rain can seize up the zipper. The bottom of the coat is missing the expected snaps to make movement easier in some situations. The collar is short and wide - wind will whip right down the coat. The hood is not deep enough to be useful, will not keep wind off forehead, even when adjusted. And it doesn't seal the neck area at all - so together with the useless collar and missing sleeve cuffs, the coat is a wind tunnel. The coat would work for around-town-in-and-out-of-car-and-mall activity, but for that, something shorter (and cheaper) is better (and possible) for me (and I have that already) So I don't know who is confused. Me or the coat? Was the coat subject to a confused design or bad late-breaking cost-cutting decisions that stole its functional detail? Or was I confused in thinking the combination of North Face + down + length + price tag should add up to functional but flattering cold weather garment? Either way, back it goes. I can go spend twice as much to get light weight, way more function AND similar fashion. Or I could spend half as much for way more function, adequate fashion, and give up the light weight. The function just isn't optional. I guess I just do not understand this coat.
Date published: 2016-11-03
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I was wondering which coat would be warmer, I see that the Metro and Triple C are both 550 Down, but the Metro looks like it weighs more so I was concerned about warmth. I know this will seem silly to you but I live in Windy Wyoming so I need warmth.

Asked by: Kathy65
Hiya Kathy65, thanks for your question! They are pretty similar in warmth but the Triple C Parka is longer. The longer length (9 inches longer than the Miss Metro Parka) covers more of your body, thus offering more protection from the elements. The Miss Metro has more luxurious materials and is a bit heavier. So it depends if you want to be warm by having more of your body covered or if you want compact warmth. Hope this helps!
Answered by: Alice in Wanderland
Date published: 2017-05-08

Does this coat shed down?

Asked by: TMRACK
HIya TMRACK, thanks for your question! All down jackets leak a little down from time to time. When a feather pokes out, do not pull it out... try to push it back in or pull it in from the other side. If the shedding is excessive and the jacket is new, you can return it to our warranty department. Hope this helps!
Answered by: Rocko Gigsby
Date published: 2017-03-16

Is this a full length coat?

Asked by: Janey
Thanks for the question! The center back length is 47 inches. Depending on your height, this parka should fall mid-calf - which is a full length coat. Hope this helps!
Answered by: Rocko Gigsby
Date published: 2017-03-16
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- + Size Guide

The North Face Women's Jackets

SIZE XS S M L XL XXL
Bust 31 - 32" 33 - 35" 36 - 38" 39 - 41" 42 - 44" 45 - 48"
Waist 24 - 25" 26 - 28" 29 - 31" 32 - 34" 35 - 38" 39 - 42"
Hip 33 - 35" 36 - 37" 38 - 40" 41 - 43" 44 - 47" 48 - 51"
Sleeve Length 31.5" 32" 32.5" 33.3" 34" 34.8"

HOW to MEASURE
BUST: Measure around the widest part of the chest/bust.

WAIST: Measure around the narrowest part of the waist, usually near the belly button.

HIP: Stand with feet together and measure around the widest part of the hip.

SLEEVE: With the arm slightly bent, measure from the center back neck bone, over the shoulder and to the wrist bone.

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