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The North Face Women's Venture Jacket - Women's: The North Face Women's Venture Jacket | Women'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.
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 - 26in.
Fabric - 20D 2.7 oz/yd2 nylon ripstop.
Source - Imported
The North Face Venture Jacket is the best-selling women's rain jacket that keeps you completely dry and cozy in wet weather. The North Face's standard fit is roomy but still feminine because you don't want to look like you're wearing a tent, and the whole thing packs into the left pocket for easy storage in your pack. HyVent® waterproofing puts confidence in your step, by promising to keep you dry even in a punishing rainstorm.
The North Face Venture Jacket for Women 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.
City styling and backcountry performance. The Venture Jacket from The North Face uses eco-conscious HyVent materials so you can help conserve the wilderness you play in. Pit-zips help you cool off and when the sun comes back out, stow the jacket in its own hand pocket.
Fiber Content: 100% nylon ripstop.
Country of Origin: Imported
The North Face Venture jacket is light and compressible, engineered to withstand severe rain, and styled for everyday use. Venture out and explore, no matter what Mother Nature has in store.
The women's North Face Venture Jacket is highly technical, best-selling rainwear piece, constructed with HyVent EC fabric, an eco-conscious material; engineered to withstand wilderness storms and styled for everyday use.
Highly technical, best-selling rainwear piece, constructed with HyVent 2.5L EC fabric, an eco-conscious material; The North Face's most popular waterproof breathable jacket.
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.
HyVent DT: This waterproof fabric is lightweight, packable, and more breathable than other unlined treated fabrics. HyVent DT is created by applying a polyurethane (PU) coating with a DT print matrix which acts as a dry-touch, half-layer coating. The DT half layer adds durability and comfort by physically separating the HyVent DT PU coating from the skin. HyVent DT eliminates the need for a liner and is commonly referred to as a 2.5-layer fabric.
|Back length (in.):||26 inches|
|Center Back Length:||26 in|
|Center back:||27 inches|
|Fabric Rating:||Waterproof / Breathable|
|Fabrics/Materials:||Nylon / nylon blend|
|Fit:||Center Back: 27”|
|Hem cinch-cord / fabric:||40D 85 g/m2 (2.5 oz/yd2) 100% nylon ripstop HyVent® 2.5L EC (50% non-petroleum membrane)|
|Length:||Center back measures 26"|
|Length from center back:||27 inches|
|Material:||nylon ripstop (40D), [membrane/laminate] HyVent (2.5-layer) EC (50% non-petroleum membrane)|
|Pockets:||2 front hand|
|Recommended Use:||backpacking, hiking, camping, staying dry|
|Shell Material:||40D nylon ripstop HyVent™ DT fabric|
|Shell fabric:||Ripstop nylon|
|Technology:||HyVent is a superior waterproof technology that utilizes a polyurethane (PU) coating for waterproof protection, moisture permeability and durability.|
|Type of waterproofing:||HyVent DT 2.5-layer waterproof breathable coating|
|Venting:||underarm zip vents|
|Waterproof Material:||HyVent EC coating|
|Weight:||9.88 oz. (335 g)|
|Weight [with packaging]:||Small, X-Small: 0.75 lb, Medium: 0.8 lb, Large, X-Large: 0.85 lb, XX-Large: 0.9 lb|
|The North Face The Venture Jacket - Sale||$74.25 - $98.00|
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|The North Face Venture Full-Zip Jacket||$99.00|
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I live in Denver and use this jacket from September to April. Its a great shell that withstands wind and rain. Its great for biking to school and with a sweatshirt underneath, I'm both warm and dry, even in the winter. I own a lot of TNF products, but the venture is probably the most versatile one I have. Also have Marmot and MH jackets, but the Venture definitely keeps me dryer than the MH Epic. I'm 5 ft 5 and 115 lbs, the small is perfect, because I always have a relatively thick layer on underneath.
I have had this jacket for a view years, and honestly I wish I had just shelled out the extra cash to get a better coat. It is rainproof but doesn't keep me completely dry. Also I find myself sweating in it and no ventilation. The zipper also went wonky after the first month and its not super wind proof. I have some other NorthFace products that I do like, this just was not my favorite and honestly I wouldn't buy again. You should just spend the extra money on a jacket that will stand the elements and constant wear.