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- Let the kids sing for the rain to go away—you'll be just fine in this protective jacket from The North Face®.
- HyVent® 2L features a durable, waterproof outer layer paired with a breathable, polyurethane-coated inner layer that allows water vapor to escape.
- Removable, adjustable hood.
- Notched lapels.
- Double-breasted button flap covers the full-zip front closure.
- Belt loops with removable belt.
- Long sleeves sport adjustable button detailing at cuffs.
- Media-friendly Napoleon pocket.
- Two zip hand warmer pockets.
- Vented bottom hem with button tab closure.
- Embroidered logo at left cuff and right rear shoulder.
- Shell: HyVent® 2L 65% polyester, 35% cotton.
Lining: 100% nylon.
- Machine wash cold, tumble dry low.
- Length: 37 in
- Product measurements were taken using size SM. Please note that measurements may vary by size.
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The North Face Women's Allena Rain Jacket
Perfect balance of style and functionality. Enough style for work, but exactly the kind of coat you could take on a trip where you might wear it for casual use too. Breathable fabric (kind of a brushed feel - not slick; only downside is lint does stick better than if slick). Zip off hood. I ordered size medium; am 5'10" and about 150 pounds and usually wear an 8 or 10. Not huge but enough room for a suit jacket underneath. Sleeves are slim and long so larger arms or shorter arms might not work.
I'd also recommend: Patagonia
- Lisa K - customer
- from Atlanta
- March 15, 2013
I wish I had bought this sooner. I usually dislike trench coats because I find them bulky, but this does not suffer that same problem. This looks great with jeans but can easily pass for a more dressy occasion (I'm not saying you could put it over a cocktail dress, but it definitely looks good with casual dresses and even a sheath for work). I'm 5'7", 140, 34D, and I got a medium. I could probably fit in a small, but that would likely pull in the bust. I found the belt to be ridiculously long because I think it's a cleaner look if it is buckled, rather than tied. If the jacket fits you, you will be using the nearest hole for the belt, so if you buckle the belt (rather than tie it), you are left with about a foot of fabric wrapping around to your back. If you want to tie the belt, I think you have plenty of fabric. To me this is the ideal transition coat for spring and fall, and I look forward to traveling with it. As always, Zappos is perfect.
- Laura - customer
- from Houston
- April 19, 2013
I love this jacket! It's my favorite - it can be worn with a dressy outfit or casually. I'm very happy I bought it!
- Tina - customer
- from VT
- April 10, 2013
Color: Somewhere between beige and caramel. A bit lighter than the model picture on my monitor. Form/Fit: I followed the North Face sizing chart, and I'd say it is perfectly true to size. It does not look gigantic on me, yet I can layer a thick polar fleece jacket underneath with no pulling or strain. I like that the waist sits lower than my J. Crew trench. Sleeves are nice and long, too. The back is also pretty nicely cut and does not form a huge, baggy bubble as many trenches I tried last year had done. It does however feel big when left open, probably due to the fabric. Drapes like gear, not like fashion. I am 5'4", 130. 32D. Function: I believe it is truly breathable. It is 70F here today, and I did some pushups and crunches in it without feeling clammy. I also like the zip pocket placed between the inner zipper and the buttons. This would have been wonderful for travel, providing for security but also allowing access to quick cash or a Metro pass without opening up the coat all the way. The hood is good and doesn't feel like it will slide off while walking. The real major downside is that the belt is way too short to tie in a slipknot the way I like. Seems like it stays okay with just a quick twist, but not sure if it would after continued movement. I ultimately ended up returning because of the short belt, color, and because it is probably too heavy for me. It is normal trench weight, but I want something more packable.
- Rae - customer
- from Los Angeles
- February 5, 2013
Gorgeous coat but large size sleeves are pretty long and body too narrow. I am size 14, so if you are slender and have long arms this is your coat.
- Anonymous - customer
- from San Diego, CA
- January 25, 2013