Stay out longer hitting rails or building kickers wearing this fleece-lined hooded jacket for lightweight insulation. 80 g Heatseeker™ insulation is the ideal amount of thermal protection for transitional weather at the beginning and end of the ski season.
- Fleece-lined hooded freeride jacket boasts lightweight insulation
- Park fit
- Water resistant, breathable
- Fixed cinch hood
- Hand pockets
- Flap chest pockets
- Hidden elasticated cuffs
- Adjustable hem system
- Snap front closure
- shell: 50D 73 g/m² 100% recycled polyester taffeta
- insulation: 80 g Heatseeker™
- Avg Weight:
- 595 g (20.99 oz)
- Length from Center Back:
- Lifetime Warranty
TKA (Thermal Kinetic Advancement) Fleece are proprietary fabrics created by The North Face® with superior insulation and wear-resistance. There are three different weights of TKA fleece offered throughout our products, and a TKA Superstretch fabric that excels in aerobic activities.
TKA 100 is a lightweight, high-performance microfiber fleece with a luxurious finish. TKA micro-fleece provides warmth next to the skin or in a layering system. This 100 percent polyester fabric is engineered to be both durable and resistant to pilling. It offers warmth when wet, launders well, compresses to a small size and packs easily.
TKA 200 is a midweight fleece ideally suited to function as a mid-layer. This 100 percent polyester, pill-resistant fabric is warm, breathable and has a great warmth-to-weight ratio.
TKA 300 is a mid to heavyweight, high-performance, pill-resistant fleece. It can be worn as a layering piece or by itself as a warm, casual outer layer; a great alternative to a cotton sweatshirt.
TKA Superstretch features a supple, four-way-stretch fabric that delivers exceptional breathability and comfort. The soft, brushed inner surface aids in the fabric’s moisture control and prevents chaffing, while the polyester and spandex construction contributes to a conforming, supportive fit. TKA Superstretch is ideal as a layering piece in cool-to-cold conditions or may be worn by itself as an aerobic outer layer.