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Stand far above the tree line and choose your line with care with the rugged protection of this lightweight jacket developed by TNF™ big-mountain skier Sage Cattabriga-Alosa and snowboarder Xavier de la Rue. The ultra-durable 40D Gore-Tex® Pro 3L exterior offers enhanced waterproofing and windproofing to protect the upper body and allow you to perform longer in remote mountain zones with harsh, unforgiving conditions. An exterior pocket is purpose-built to secure your radio while an interior water-resistant pocket preserves your cell phone’s battery life. The stretch powder skirt features clip-in integration to seal out wind, the cold, and moisture, whether you’re skiing in whiteout conditions or you wipe out on the slopes. If an avalanche is triggered, the nearly weightless embedded RECCO® transponder in this jacket can be pinpointed by detectors carried by the rescue team.

Benefits

Breathable
Breathable

Lightweight fabrics that help regulate body temperature.

Waterproof
Waterproof

Impenetrable moisture barrier to guarantee dryness.

Features

  • Active fit
  • Waterproof, breathable, fully seam sealed
  • Recco® avalanche rescue reflector
  • Adjustable, helmet-compatible fixed hood
  • YKK® AquaGuard® VISLON® center front zip
  • Polyurethane (PU) zip chest pocket with radio-holder elastic
  • PU pit-zip vents
  • Flap-cover WR zip hand pockets
  • PU wrist utility pocket with goggles cloth
  • Thumb-loop cuffs
  • Hook-and-loop adjustable cuff tabs
  • Internal chest pocket with water-resistant, insulated phone pocket
  • Internal stretch-mesh goggles pocket
  • Internal stretch-mesh stash pocket
  • Stretch powder skirt with clip integration
  • Adjustable hem

Product Specifications

Style:
A7GE
Fabric:
40D 129 g/m² (4.55 oz/yd²) GORE-TEX® Pro 3L—100% nylon ripstop with woven ripstop backer
Avg Weight:
700 g (24.69 oz)
Length from Center Back:
30”
Source:
Imported
Guarantee:
Lifetime Warranty

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4.6

(based on 5 reviews)

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80%

of reviewers recommend this product.

Pros

  • Packable (5)
  • Waterproof (5)
  • Windproof (5)
  • Breathable (4)

Cons

No Cons

Best Uses

  • Climbing (4)
  • Skiing (4)
  • Snowboarding (4)
  • Hiking (3)

Reviewed by 5 customers

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(3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

Does what it is made to do

By 

from Watertown, NY

Site Member

Pros

  • breathable
  • helmet size hood
  • packable
  • Recco
  • Waterproof
  • Windproof

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Climbing
    • Hiking
    • Mountain biking
    • Running
    • Skiing
    • Snowboarding

    I've had my Sickline jacket for a few months. I'm a Ski Patroller and wanted a red jacket without the cross so I could use it on and off duty. I really wanted the discontinued TNF Mountain Jacket, but had to settle for something else. I used TNF sizing information, and would agree that you should try this jacket on with all intended layers before purchasing ??_mine is a little snug when I'm wearing thick layers (Denali Fleece). However, I've been comfortable skiing in near 0 degrees with just a mid-weight fleece/sweater underneath with some silk-weight as a first layer. It is exceptional at blocking wind and breathes very well. I stay dry, too. We don't have avalanche problems where I patrol, so I'm able to wear the jacket when patrolling??_otherwise the RECCO would be an issue. The main problem with the tight fit is the sleeves??_that's where wearing heavy fleece (like Denali Fleece) is a problem. When considering athletic fit, they must mean "skinny runner arms" (no offense to you skinny runners??_LOL). I've worn this jacket in pretty miserable windy snowy conditions, and it performed as it should??_the hood fit well over my helmet on those blustery days providing relief to my head from the elements. This is a very-good technical jacket??_but if you're looking for an all-in-one Goretex with some insulation or a liner??_this isn't it??_and you will be disappointed. This jacket provides maximum flexibility for the user??_that is, you can wear it all year round, and it's up to you to layer underneath. I'd give it 5 stars, but the sleeves being too snug was the issue for me??_I was hoping to wear my Denali Fleece underneath for those -10 days when patrolling??_but I can't comfortably. This jacket does what it is meant to do, a little tight in the arms/forearms, and offers no insulation, but exceptional protection from wind and rain??_as it was designed to do. I strongly recommend this jacket for those needing a highly technical shell, and want the ability to vary insulating layers based on activity and temperature.

    (4 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

     
    5.0

    Bring On the Weather!

    By 

    from Undisclosed

    Site Member

    Pros

    • breathable
    • packable
    • Waterproof
    • Windproof

    Cons

      Best Uses

      • Climbing
      • Hiking
      • Skiing
      • Snowboarding

      Im 5'9 145, I was sceptical on ordering the medium at first. However I like to wear my jackets a little baggy for movement when im snowboarding. The medium fits great. Not too baggy, but enough room to layer underneath. The TNF Yellow is he ticket as well. Enjoy this jacket guys!

      (2 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

       
      5.0

      Free Thinker N Face wear for life

      By 

      from New Jersey

      Site Member

      Pros

      • breathable
      • packable
      • Waterproof
      • Windproof

      Cons

        Best Uses

        • Climbing
        • Hiking
        • Mountain biking
        • Running
        • Skiing
        • Snowboarding

        This is just 1 of many Free thinkers I have own in my life. love the setup the feel & fit. These jackets are one of a kind & I will always own one. Has lots of pockets & it is rain proof like North face says. one thing I always tell every one is to try one on see how it feels see what your size is but all ways buy these coat a little bigger so you can wear something underneath the jacket will look good on you no matter what size you get & you can fit it with the elastix ties around the waist & hoodie part of the jacket. one thing I do ask from North face make more colors for this jacket I have the yellow but it does get a little stained fast, or make a cleaner for these type of jackets.

        (6 of 6 customers found this review helpful)

         
        5.0

        BOMB PROOF

        By 

        from Colorado

        Site Member

        Pros

        • breathable
        • packable
        • Reflective
        • Waterproof
        • Wicking
        • Windproof

        Cons

          Best Uses

          • Skiing
          • Snowboarding

          After reading the one lone review regarding this jacket, I felt the need to get here in write one myself. First off, you are buying a GORE TEX PRO SHELL, the whole point of this shell is to NOT be insulated, and to be a super breathable bomb-proof outer layer.
          2nd, do not trust some website to TELL YOU what size jacket you need, get in a store and try one on before you buy it, or at least use good judgement. I stand 5 10 and weigh 190, and the Large is plenty roomy for me, but still has an athletic fit. This jacket is also super light and packable. Perfect choice if you're going to be doing any hiking with your board or skis, and a great resort shell as well.

          (4 of 9 customers found this review helpful)

           
          4.0

          Light outerwear

          By 

          from San Diego

          Site Member

          Pros

          • packable
          • Reflective
          • Waterproof
          • Windproof

          Cons

            Best Uses

            • Climbing

            I intended this to be my skiing/boarding jacket.
            Head up, read the description 'lightweight jacket'. This is a highly technical (as in materials, Gortex, Recco avalanche reflector, etc. It will deflect wind and rain very well. BUT, it is light, do not expect insulation from this jacket.
            Also, for an outerware jacket TNF sizing recommendations are tight. You couldn't wear a fleece under this unless you went a size up. I am 5'-11' 190 lbs (42-43 regular in jacket) and TNF recommended a M. I'd need a L at minimum to be able to have some ability to wear layers for warmth.
            Finally, as technical materials it is a 'loud' jacket. Perhaps it needs some wearing in, but you will know when you move in this jacket as the material will crinkle and crackle to let you know.
            Cool jacket, I just needed something that was a little more insulating and/or provided space for it.
            At this price (almost $600), you are paying for some really high-tech materials, zippers, and safety features.
            As a light jacket, it is packable...

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