A proper warm, old school winter mountaineering jacket from The North Face, modelled on a silhouette from the ’60s, made from a 100% BCI cotton corduroy shell with a comfortable and smooth plain-weave lining. It’s insulated with 600-fill-power of the Textile Exchange’s Global Recycled Standard filling, providing some more sustainable warmth.
The jacket has a two-way full-zip front with a snap-up storm flap and snap-up/elasticated cuffs. The removable hood has a drawstring and the hem has a drawcord. With pockets, a plenty this winter warmer comes equipped with velcro patch pockets, elasticated internal pouches and even some side-entry handwarmer pockets to make sure you’re extra toasty during the colder months.
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