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- The classic Denali Jacket features a design perfect for weekends in the mountains and weekdays wishing that's where you were.
- Zip-in compatible with complementing The North Face® shells.
- Standard Fit is relaxed, but not sloppy, and perfect for workouts or everyday activities.
- Recycled Polartec® Classic 300 is perfect for cool weather layering and the unique microfibers offer an unusually soft hand.
- DWR (durable water repellent) finish sheds water.
- Stand collar for additional warmth and wind protection.
- Full-zip front closure with internal wind flap.
- Abrasion-resistant panels at shoulders, chest, and elbows increase durability in high-stress areas.
- Under arm zip vents for increased ventilation and cooling.
- Napoleon zip pocket and right chest zip pocket.
- Two zip hand pockets.
- Elastic cuffs and adjustable drawcord hem keep in the warmth.
- Body: 100% recycled (90% post-industrial waste/10% post-consumer waste) polyester fleece (bluesign® approved fabric).
Panels: 100% nylon (bluesign® approved fabric).
- Machine wash warm, tumble dry low.
- Length: 30 in
- Product measurements were taken using size MD. Please note that measurements may vary by size.
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The North Face Men's Denali Jacket
My fiance loved this jacket. He is a small and it fits very true to size. He loves the fit and the pockets!
- Surita - customer
- from United States
- April 11, 2011
I bought this jacket about 4 years ago and it still looks as good as the day I bought it! Very warm, not bulky! It does run big in my opinion. For the most part I wear large and sometimes medium. I bought this jacket in large, and to me it could pass as an XL. I will be ordering another black Denali jacket soon! Would recommend getting it one size smaller than normal. Zappos has free shipping on exchanges so you don't have anything to lose! Worth every penny!
- Chris V - customer
- from Richmond, KY
- December 11, 2010
- Jay - customer
- from Macomb, Mi.
- December 3, 2011