|$125.27 - $178.95
|$128.99 - $198.95|
(close out from 2012)
The North Face Women's Denali Down Jacket.
The classic The North Face® fleece fortified with thermal-mapped down insulation and a silky, taslan overlay. Zip-in compatible integration with complementing garments from The North Face®. Insulation through the body, shoulders and elbows for comfort and warmth. Chest pocket. Two secure zip hand pockets. Hem cinch-cord. body: Recycled Polartec® 300 Series fleece with DWR (bluesign® approved fabric) / abrasion: 50D 85 g (2.99 oz/yd2) 100% polyester / insulation: 550 fill goose down. Length from center of back: 26". 640 g (22.58 oz).
What's better than The North Face's oober comfy Women's Denali Jacket? The Denali Jacket with down insulation, that's what. Goose down insulation through the body, shoulders and elbows is such a great addition to the classic Denali that Mother Goose herself would approve. The warm insulation and recycled fleece exterior lets onlookers know just how cozy, fashionable and eco-friendly you really are. Oh, and the Denali Down Jacket still has all those cool pockets you know and love too. You could probably fit a real goose in there if you wanted...I don't know why you'd want to though.
The North Face Denali Down Jacket for Women adds a whole lotta warmth to an iconic The North Face style. This midweight PolarTec fleece jacket has been updated with 550-fill down insulation throughout. Go on and get your warmth on all winter long without changing your style.
The North Face Denali Down Jacket is the classic mountaineering-inspired classic thanks to heavyweight, Polartec Classic 300 fleece in the body and thermal-mapped 550-fill down / PrimaLoft Eco blend insulation in the shoulders and elbows. Zip-in compatible with other TNF shell jackets.
The North Face Denali Down jacket uses heavyweight Polartec® fleece and adds lofty goose down at the chest, shoulders and elbows to add even more warmth and comfort to a popular style.
The Denali Down Jacket from The North Face is insulated throughout with a loft, 550-fill down insulation for ample thermal warmth in cold conditions. Durable abrasion chest overlays aids with wear and tear from pack carry.
The North Face Denali Jacket is a straightforward, comfortable all-around jacket for winter climates. Wear it as a mid layer or outer layer, depending on conditions.
|Back length (in.):||26 inches|
|Body:||333 g/m2 (9.82 oz/yd2) 100% recycled polyester Polartec 300 weight|
|Center Back Length:||26 in.|
|Fabric:||body- Recycled Polartec 300 Series fleece with DWR (bluesign approved fabric) / abrasion- 100% polyester / insulation- 550 fill goose down|
|Insulation:||550 fill goose down|
|Insulation Material:||550 fill down|
|Length:||25 1 2 in|
|Length from Center Back:||26 inches|
|Lower Body Sleeve:||100% recycled polyester (bluesign approved fabric). Upper Body, Under Sleeve, Lining|
|Material:||(colors) recycled Polartec fleece, nylon, (white) Polartec fleece, nylon|
|Panel:||40D 56 g/m2 (1.65 oz/yd2) 100% nylon|
|Pockets:||2 front handwarmer, 1|
|Recommended Use:||whatever you do in the cold weather|
|Shipping Restriction:||This item is not available for shipment outside of the United States.|
|Sleeve Length:||33 in|
|Technology:||The North Face Polartec technology infuses light, comfortable fleece with amazing climate protection qualities.|
|Type:||Full Zip Top|
|Weight:||640 g (22.58 oz)|
|abrasion:||two-ply laundered nylon (bluesign® approved fabric)|
|The North Face Denali Jacket||$99.00 - $179.00|
|The North Face Denali Hoodie Jacket||$129.35|
|The North Face Denali Hooded Fleece Jacket||$89.48 - $139.27|
|The North Face The Denali Jacket - Sale||$74.25 - $152.15|
I know alot of people say they love these jackets but I REALLY do! When looking for a stylish lightweight jacket I wanted something warm enough to wear around town even in a blizzard, yet lightweight enough where I did not feel like I was wearing an animal! This jacket impressed, I am a bigger size I brought the XL size, I have large arms and find jackets hard to find for my small upper body and large arms, this jacket although big allows for adjustment with a pull in cord built into the piped bottom liner of the coat. LOVE IT! This means yes..it actually fits! keeps wind out, fleece keeps me warm, water does not penetrate through the fleece in a snow storm, although I didn't stay out long enough because I was running around town but I was concerned about this. I wear this coat everywhere, was abit dissapointed about the color combos not available but I think the Black/Turquoise blends in perfectly in New Mexico. Back country was the cheapest price with the best service. Expedient, Stylish,Sporty, Cheap and although I have never spent this much on a coat before I believe it is worth the money, if you like to go for early morning runs also this works great! Buy it! you won't be upset.
I gave this to my daughter (age 15) for Christmas. It is soft and cozy, and the color is beautiful with her blondish hair. She loves it, and wears it almost every day. I'm glad I got the medium, even though she wears a small, because she likes to put a hooded sweatshirt underneath, in really cold weather, and it still fits nicely. This is the second North Face fleece jacket she's owned, and they really hold up. They are warm enough for Denver winters without being too bulky - so she can wear it all day long at school.
Absolutely love this jacket it keeps me very warm, Also it keeps me warm and comfortable especially across my shoulders, which is where I get cold. The jacket is light and not bulky. Love it and had to buy another jacket with a hood. I also bought a Denali jacket for my husband and he was also surprise on how comfortable and warm the jacket is.
Although Backcountry is amazing to buy from and has done a great job of keeping their pictures and description well up-to-date, the North Face has not. Also, unless you know to look for these specific changes, you wouldn't necessarily notice (I didn't.) If you've owned a Denali jacket before, you know that up until fairly recently they were made of all new materials, had plenty of room in the arms and torso for layering and pit zips for functionality.
Now, they run at least a size smaller (I'm an XS/S usually (I'm 5'3 and 105lbs) and I needed a M), are made of recycled material (which is enviro-friendly but incredibly less comfortable than they used to be and don't have the same 'heft') of course there's the issue of it being a functional jacket without function. It's far too small to layer beneath, they've made it shorter in the torso, fitted in the arms and removed the pit zips (so no skiing or other function possible).
If you're looking for a jacket for a 16 year old who wants a label or you just want to have a incredibly expensive sporty fleece that you don't need to do anything in - buy this horrible re-do. If you used to have/always wanted to have the Denali because it's an all-in-one, buy something else. (Of note, the men's hasn't been changed substantially - they apparently just assumed women don't need anything functional, flexible, of quality and warm.)
I'm 5'4, 105lbs and got this jacket in xs when a discontinued color was on sale.
This is a well built, nice, warm jacket.
The sleeves are long enough but the torso is a bit too short for me. If I go for a size up it'll look too bulky overall.
What I don't really like about this jacket is so many people have one, especially in black or gray. There was one occasion where four out of seven people had this jacket.
I'm glad I haven't met anyone wearing the same color as mine, but if I have to spend over $100 on this I'd get a different model.