|$79.20 - $98.00
|$79.98 - $99.00
|$98.90 - $118.90|
The North Face Venture Jacket for Men is made to outlast severe rainstorms, featuring a fully adjustable hood with visor and drawcord, pit-zips, center front zip and Velcro storm flap and a hem cinch-cord. This durable jacket is engineered with an eco-friendly HyVent membrane and a waterproof, breathable outer layer to protect you from rain year round. The eco-friendly Venture Jacket reduces the use of synthetic membrane components by 50% compared to traditional waterproof materials.
The North Face Venture Jacket - Men's: Engineered to withstand severe rainstorms and styled for everyday use, this lightweight, waterproof jacket is a staple for every outdoor enthusiast. Featuring an attached, fully adjustable hood with visor, pit-zips, and a hem cinch-cord, you’ll stay dry hour after wet hour with this durable rain jacket. Engineered with HyVent® DT EC, a new material derived from natural castor oil from beans, this eco-friendly jacket reduces the use of synthetic membrane components by 50% compared to traditional waterproof materials.
Editors’ Choice Green 2011 award from Backpacker magazine.
Waterproof, breathable, seam sealed.
Attached, fully adjustable hood with hidden drawcord system.
Center front zip and Velcro® closure.
Brushed chinguard lining.
Two hand pockets.
Stowable in left hand pocket.
Velcro® adjustable cuff tabs.
Length from Center Back - 28in.
Fabric - 20D 2.7 oz/yd2 nylon ripstop.
Source - Imported
Fiber Content: 100% nylon ripstop.
Country of Origin: Imported
Hate getting soaked? The Men's Venture Jacket was brought to this planet for one reason, keeping dry.
Engineered to withstand severe rainstorms and styled for everyday use, this lightweight, waterproof jacket is a staple for every outdoor enthusiast. Featuring an attached, fully adjustable hood with visor, pit-zips, and a hem cinch-cord, you'll stay dry hour after wet hour with this durable rain jacket. Engineered with HyVent® DT EC, a new material derived from natural castor oil from beans, this eco-friendly jacket reduces the use of synthetic membrane components by 50% compared to traditional waterproof materials.
The men's North Face Venture Jacket is classic, year-round rainwear, now constructed with HyVent? 2.5L EC fabric, an eco-conscious material
• Attached, fully adjusted hood with hidden drawcord system.
• Self fabric adjustable Velcro cuff tabs.
• Avg Weight: 395 g (11.65 oz)
• Center Back: 28 in.
• Fabric: 40D 85 g/m2 (2.5 oz/yd2) 100% nylon ripstop HyVent 2.5L EC (50% non-petroleum membrane)
|Available Color(s):||Coffee Brown, TNF Black|
|Back Length:||28 in.|
|Fabric:||40D 2.7 oz/yd2 nylon ripstop HyVent™ DT 2.5L|
|Hood Type:||Yes, fixed|
|Hood :||Attached adjustable with drawcord|
|Length from center back:||28 in|
|Material :||HyVent waterproof, breathable technology|
|Pockets :||Two zippered hand pockets|
|Recommended Use :||Great for wet weather|
|Warranty :||Lifetime limited|
|Waterproof Material:||HyVent EC coating|
|Waterproofing :||Yes; HyVent|
|Weight:||400 g (14.11 oz)|
|Wight:||14.11 oz, or 400 g|
|The North Face Venture Pant||$47.97 - $80.00|
|The North Face Venture Rain Jacket||$67.95 - $99.00|
|The North Face Venture Jacket Tall||$99.88|
|The North Face Super Venture Jacket||$91.00 - $130.00|
This is my 3rd Venture Jacket. I recently lost a bunch of weight & my old one is now too big. So I just bought another one in the smaller size. I usually get just black, but the high-rise/asphalt grey was a good deal & may be a bit more visible than the black?we'll see. Anyone need a XXL? I have one to give away! :)
Fit is typical North Face?that is to say a little more generous than most brands (ArcTeryx, Marmot & Patagonia typically run more snug in my experience). So it just depends on what you like & how you'll use it. I'm 6ft, 200 lb & on me it fits well over a micro fleece sweater & packable vest. Can't go wrong with this for everyday use, especially if you get a great Backcountry price!
It will keep you dry & not overheat. I love this jacket!
First of all this is an outer layer jacket, if you need to be warm you will need some layers under it to do so. This jacket is meant to keep you dry in the rain and it does an awesome job of doing that. I used this on my mount Whitney summit and it kept me dry through a 2 day thunderstorm. I can't say enough about this jacket. It is super light and works amazingly, I was totally dry while wearing it.
I want to also thank the amazing costumer service who upgraded my shipping for free to make sure it got here in time for my attempt to summit Whitney. They were greatly helpful and very kind.
This is my go to jacket (in combination with a light synthetic sweater) for anything alpine summer-fall. Nice and light, packs up well enough, and is quite durable. It has held up on numerous alpine rock climbs this summer. It is very wind and waterproof, however, it is inherently not as breathable or durable against sharp, pointy objects as a thicker softshell. It's a tradeoff, but one that I am willing to make for the wind resistance and packability of a hardshell for alpine climbing.
The fit is pretty true to size, roomier than arcteryx, similiar to patagonia and OR, but slimmer in the stomach than patagonia. Works very well with a thin-ish layer underneath.
In brief, this jacket served well. I tested this at the glacier where I had a jeans jacket on and a long sleeve shirt. When the temps hit 49 degrees I grabbed this jacket out of my back pack. What a difference. Also wore this in the light rain with the hood. All in all a great buy, most comfortable and most compact for fold up. I bought the Medium size and it fit perfectly - true to size. I'm 6'1", 178 and fairly lean
Great jacket! Light and easy to pack. Does great in the wind, I've hiked a few 14ers in Colorado with it when the wind is blowing and it does a great job of not letting it get to you. Been in down pours too and it kept me dry (I did try and find tree cover just to be safe). Great for backpacking though, I've had no problems with it at all.
This jacket isn't ideal for adventure use, but rather getting around town and having a jacket to throw on when the weather takes a turn for the worst. With options from companies such as Patagonia and Marmot only being marked up a little bit higher than this North Face piece, the extra dollars will only save you when it comes time for some outdoor pursuits.