Built for mountain and city life the Women's 1996 Retro Nuptse Jacket has an unmistakable silhouette. Featuring a water-repellent ripstop fabric and oversized down baffles for warmth you'll stay dry stylish and comfortable no matter what.
Transition seamlessly from snowboarding or skiing to sitting fireside at the lodge without overheating. Each of our women's 3-in-1 jackets (aka systems jackets) offers unmatched layering for all kinds of climates.
Women's 3-in-1 jackets: the best in versatility
If you're into snowsports outerwear, a versatile winter jacket like the Women's ThermoBall™ Eco Snow Triclimate® Jacket is a must. Two distinct layers mean there are three ways to wear each jacket. Wear each piece separately or combine them for the ultimate in warmth. Some inner layers on our 3-in-1's are down puffer coats. Others, like the Arrowood Triclimate® Jacket, feature a cozy fleece jacket zip-in.
Face all kinds of weather
Changeable weather can have you reaching for everything from a parka to a windbreaker. Our triclimate jackets for women pair a waterproof shell with an insulated liner to make you unstoppable however the weather takes a turn. Sherpa fleece liners or puffy inner jackets trap heat on long winter walks. They keep you comfortably warm when the temperature drops, even on their own. Camping in windy or wet conditions? A waterproof, windproof outer layer makes great rainwear. It keeps you protected without overheating. DryVent™ tech keeps everything fully breathable and sweat to a minimum. Hitting the slopes? Look for an outer jacket with a powder skirt, to keep snow from blowing up your jacket. And remember to zip your layers together, for the most protection.
With The North Face, durability comes standard
We want you to be able to do everything, from mountaineering to learning to snowboard to romping in the snow with the kids. Your winter jacket needs to be more than just versatile, it needs to be durable. With our high quality construction and rip-resistant materials, you can feel free to move however you like. Reach further for the next step. Hardy, water-resistant materials keep you safe and dry all winter long.