The North Face Men's Denali Down Jacket

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The North Face Denali Down Jacket
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Color: Cosmic Blue / Cosmic Blue
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Moosejaw $148.99 - $158.99
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Regularly: $199.00
Backcountry.com $159.16
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Ramsey Outdoor $159.16
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Regularly: $199.00
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FontanaSports.com $198.99
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The North Face Denali Down Jacket -

The North Face Men's Denali Down Jacket is a new addition to the Denali family. I'm sure you've heard of the Denali family, up there with the Rockefellers and the Kennedys in terms of US historical importance, they've helped shape this country. What would our ski slopes or city streets look like without the Denalis? I don't even want to think about it. The Denali Down jacket hits the scene with 550-fill down insulation baffled across the abrasion-reinforced chest and shoulders and a DWR finish on the body and sleeves for warmth and weather protection. With the increased climate range afforded by this mid-layer, the Denali family has just cemented its legacy for years to come.

FEATURES of The North Face Men's Denali Down Jacket.
SPECIFICATIONS

Fabric:

  • Hem cinch-cord
  • Laundered two-ply nylon abrasion panels

Wash and Care:

  • Pre-treat all stains, close all zippers and velcro closures before wash.  Wash jacket by itself, on a gentle cycle using a mild detergent (that contains no bleach additives).  Put the jacket through the rinse cycle twice or wash it a second time with no soap.  Dry the jacket by itself for 25-30 minutes on medium heat (no longer) then reduce the head to low, dry until the jacket is completely dry and all of the down has been resored to its former fluffiness (this may take several hours).  Never dry-clean your jacket. To have your jacket professionally cleaned, take it to a service that specializes in cleaning down products.

Insulation:

  • 550-fill down insulation in shoulders and chest

Weather and Wind:

  • DWR (durable water repellent) finish
  • Recycled Polartec 300 Series shell with DWR coating

Zippers:

  • Zip-in-compatible integration with complementary garments from The North Face®

Pockets:

  • One napoleon, one media, and two hand pockets

Manufactured:

  • Imported

Features:

  • Contains 69% recycled content by weight
  • Elastic-bound cuffs
Backcountry.com

The North Face Men's Denali Down Fleece Jacket sees you through cold hikes and even colder ski sessions with toasty warmth. Recycled Polartec 300 Series makes up this heavyweight fleece to keep you toasty on frigid nights, and a DWR coating helps you stay dry during light snow showers. Durable nylon panels cover 550-fill down insulation around your chest and shoulders to warm your core on the chairlifts when you wear this fleece as a mid-layer.

The Denali Down features elasticized cuffs to keep the jacket in place when you throw a waterproof shell over it. The North Face added a media pocket so you can jam out to your favorite tunes from fall's cold trails to winter's ski sessions. And you can zip in compatible shells by The North Face for completely sealed protection on the slopes this winter.


Ramsey Outdoor

The classic Denali jacket crafted in 300 Series recycled fleece gets a boost of thermal warmth for winter.
Abrasion-reinforced nylon adds durability to the baffled 550-fill down insulation mapped across the chest and shoulders. The body and sleeves have a DWR (durable water repellent) finish to shed light rain and snow and improve overall drying time. A new media pocket secures your MP3 player and streamlines your headphone wires so you can remain handsfree when you’re on-the-go.


Getzs.com

The classic The North Face fleece fortified with thermally mapped 550 fill down for added winter warmth.


FontanaSports.com
This iconic style just got a whole lot warmer. Feeding off the classic, midweight Polartec fleece jacket, this cousin of the popular style is the same in every way, except this updated version is insulated at the shoulders and chest with a lofty, 550-fill down insulation for ample thermal warmth in cold conditions. Durable abrasion chest overlays aids with wear and tear from pack carry.

Features:
• Fabric: body: Recycled Polartec 300 Series fleece with DWR (bluesign approved fabric)
• Fabric: abrasion: laundered two-ply nylon (bluesign approved fabric)
• Avg Weight: 760 g (26.81 oz)
• Length from Center Back: 28 in.

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Also available for: Women, Boys, Girls
Abrasion:laundered two-ply nylon (bluesign approved fabric)
Center Back Length:28 inches
Length from Center Back:28”
Weight:760 g (26.81 oz)
body:Recycled Polartec® 300 Series fleece with DWR / abrasion
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Reviews:

It has finally gotten cold enough to test this out, and I am thrilled with it. We got a terrible storm yesterday in which the temps dropped 40 degrees through the front moving through. I started the day in my rain gear, and was carrying this. By the end of the day I had this zipped into the shell and was nice and toasty. Lets some wind in without the shell over it, but that's the nature of fleece and was/is to be expected. With the shell over it, it turns the shell into a winter coat, and is great. I would highly recommend this, so long as you keep your expectations realistic.
Just a side note. I washed this per the instructions on a gentle- all of the insulation came out. IF you should wash this, I would suggest by hand only. This was returned without any trouble and has been exchanged for a Thermoball.... review of that to follow.

David at Backcountry.com on 11/27/2013