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Ready for all mountain and backcountry pursuits, the men's Ceptor jacket from The North Face shields you from the elements and keeps snow out with 3-layer DryVent™ fabric and a grippy powder skirt.

Features

  • Seam-sealed, 3-layer DryVent shell provides waterproof/breathable protection; durable water repellent (DWR) finish helps moisture bead up on the surface
  • Fixed, helmet-compatible hood provides coverage
  • Underarm vents help you shed heat when the mercury rises
  • Powder skirt with gripper elastic seals out snow
  • 2 oversize, polyurethane-coated zippered chest pockets and dual zippered hand pockets stash your essneitals
  • Internal zippered media pocket; internal mesh goggles pocket; zippered wrist pocket with goggles wipe
  • Polyurethane-coated center-front zipper
  • Standard fit

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Technical Specs

Item #198142
Best Use

Downhill Skiing

Snowboarding

Snowsports

Fabric

Polyester

Windproof

Yes

Waterproof

Yes

Type of Waterproofing

3-layer DryVent waterproof/breathable membrane

Hood

Yes

Powder Skirt

Yes

Ventilation

Pit Zips

Back Length

Thigh-length

Back Length (in.)

32 inches

Gender

Men's

Weight

1 lb. 9 oz.

Size Chart

XSSMLXLXXLXXXL30 IN Waist32 IN Waist34 IN Waist36 IN Waist38 IN Waist40 IN Waist
Chest33–3536–3839–4142–4445–4849–5253–56
Sleeve Length3333.53434.835.536.337
Waist27–2829–3031–3435–3839–4243–4429–3031–3233–3435–3637–3839–40
Hip33–3435–3738–4041–4344–4647–4950–5235–3637–3839–4041-4243–4444–45
Inseam31.531.53232.532.532.531.532323232.532.5

Sizing Notes

TALL: Some shirts, pants and jackets are available in tall sizes, which generally means an inseam that is 3 inches longer and a rise that is 1 inch longer, a shirt or jacket body that is 2 inches longer and sleeves that are 2 inches longer than regular sizes.

SHORT: Pants are available in short sizes. These have an inseam of 30 inches.

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