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- Zip up the WindWall® 1 Jacket to defend yourself against blustery weather or layer it under a shell when you really need to batten down the hatches.
- WindWall® wind-resistant fleece utilizes a unique fabric-bonding process that greatly reduces external air permeability.
- Windproof rating: 14 CFM (0 CFM is 100% windproof).
- Stand collar for additional warmth and wind protection.
- Full-zip front closure with internal wind flap.
- Two zip hand pockets.
- Adjustable drawcord hem.
- Body & Lining: 100% polyester.
- Machine wash warm, tumble dry low.
- Length: 25 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 WindWall® 1 Jacket
Average rating is 4 out of 5 from a total of 13 reviews.
Top Positive Review
2 people found this review helpful.
Comfortable & warm. I bought a large (typically wear a 12-14) & it fits great. Not warm enough for 30 degree temperatures of course but it has been pretty good (with a scarf) in the upper 40's to mid 50's weather we have had here lately. Very happy with this although I'm not sure why the sleeves are so long. Extra long sleeves seem to me to be the norm with North Face garments.Read more » « Show less January 7, 2013 by Tracy
Top Critical Review
1 person found this review helpful.
These jackets are not the same as the original windwall. Cheap finishing on very bulky sleeves and not true at all to the size they used to be. I have a medium in black which I still wear. Could not zip this medium. Ordered large and it was sooo big and the sleeves were awful. Too bad Northface appears to not be paying attention to detail as they have in the past.I am returning both medium and large.Read more » « Show less January 10, 2013 by Nancy K
Comfortable & warm. I bought a large (typically wear a 12-14) & it fits great. Not warm enough for 30 degree temperatures of course but it has been pretty good (with a scarf) in the upper 40's to mid 50's weather we have had here lately. Very happy with this although I'm not sure why the sleeves are so long. Extra long sleeves seem to me to be the norm with North Face garments.
- Tracy - customer
- from MD
- January 7, 2013
I ordered the premier purple one. Absolutely love the color! I ordered a medium according to the size chart for my measurements. Fits just a tiny bit big, but its perfect because I can layer it with a hoodie & it looks adorable! It is also very warm & cozy. I would highly recommend this jacket to everyone!
- CT - customer
- from IL
- January 23, 2013
I bought this assuming that all Windwalls were/are the same but I was wrong. I miss the old style NF Windwall jacket. I have a green one that's lasted 8 years so far through countless washings and almost daily winter wearing and decided it was time to get one in black. But this new style has arms that are way too long and is not as flattering without the raglan style sleeves of the old design. Also, this one has a cheap cuff finish that's not even sewn on straight, while the old style had fleece wrapped elastic to keep out the cold. Lastly, the fleece does not seem to be of the same quality. I get compliments all the time on my "original" Windwall, it keeps me toasty warm in the office, and I'm devastated that I won't be able to find another one like it again unless it's used.
- Le - customer
- from Colorado
- November 30, 2012
These jackets are not the same as the original windwall. Cheap finishing on very bulky sleeves and not true at all to the size they used to be. I have a medium in black which I still wear. Could not zip this medium. Ordered large and it was sooo big and the sleeves were awful. Too bad Northface appears to not be paying attention to detail as they have in the past.I am returning both medium and large.
- Nancy K - customer
- from Houston, Texas
- January 10, 2013
I think this is a great jacket! Very soft, low pile fleece and windproof! I'm always cold & this keeps me warm when it's 40 degrees outside.
- Anonymous - customer
- from Chicago
- April 25, 2013