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  • 800-fill goose down offers superior warmth yet remains extremely compressible
  • Zip handwarmer pockets are generous and easy to access
  • Internal elastic-bound cuffs
  • Hidden hem cinch cord at center front zip
  • Durable water repellent treatment sheds light rain and snow

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Specs

Best Use Climbing, Backpacking, Backcountry Skiing
Fabric Ripstop nylon
Lining Fabric Ripstop nylon
Insulated Yes
Insulation Type Down
Insulation 800-fill goose down
Hood No
Back Length Hip-length
Gender Men's
Weight 13

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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.

Rated 1 out of 5 by from Disappointed I'll start off by saying that I own many north face products including 2 other jackets and have always been satisfied. However, I purchased this jacket and within 3 months of casual use it got a hole apprx 1" long in it. This jacket is warm, light weight and stylish, but the material is very weak. I believe I brushed up against a corner in my home which caused the tear. I would not recommend this jacket for any serious use such as climbing, hiking, snowboarding, etc. without a more durable shell being worn over it. Overall I am disappointed with this jackets durability.
Date published: 2015-05-11
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Disappointed I'll start off by saying that I own many north face products including 2 other jackets and have always been satisfied. However, I purchased this jacket and within 3 months of casual use it got a hole apprx 1" long in it. This jacket is warm, light weight and stylish, but the material is very weak. I believe I brushed up against a corner in my home which caused the tear. I would not recommend this jacket for any serious use such as climbing, hiking, snowboarding, etc. without a more durable shell being worn over it. Overall I am disappointed with this jackets durability.
Date published: 2015-05-11
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Measurement Details / Review I am 6' tall, 205 lbs, athletic build. I find the large size to be a little snug but wearable. The extra large is definitely too big. I measured the large size Quince jacket as follows: Chest (armpit to armpit): 23" Center back length: 28" Please note there is not drop tail hem on this jacket, the front side length is the same. Sleeve length: 35" This jacket is an "athletic" fit and is not as boxy as less expensive North Face products. However, the arm holes are cut fairly high and are snug underneath your arm pits. This could cause issues if you are muscular or have a wide chest/back. I would DEFINITELY recommend trying on this jacket before purchasing. The Quince is extremely warm; most likely a factor of the snug fit and 800 fill down. It fits/compresses well as a midlayer beneath an outer layer. The jacket is also very light weight; it is also not very bulky when compared to other "puffy" down jackets. I would definitely recommend this jacket, but I would encourage you to try it on to determine your correct size prior to purchasing.
Date published: 2014-10-25
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Measurement Details / Review I am 6' tall, 205 lbs, athletic build. I find the large size to be a little snug but wearable. The extra large is definitely too big. I measured the large size Quince jacket as follows: Chest (armpit to armpit): 23" Center back length: 28" Please note there is not drop tail hem on this jacket, the front side length is the same. Sleeve length: 35" This jacket is an "athletic" fit and is not as boxy as less expensive North Face products. However, the arm holes are cut fairly high and are snug underneath your arm pits. This could cause issues if you are muscular or have a wide chest/back. I would DEFINITELY recommend trying on this jacket before purchasing. The Quince is extremely warm; most likely a factor of the snug fit and 800 fill down. It fits/compresses well as a midlayer beneath an outer layer. The jacket is also very light weight; it is also not very bulky when compared to other "puffy" down jackets. I would definitely recommend this jacket, but I would encourage you to try it on to determine your correct size prior to purchasing.
Date published: 2014-10-25
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Leaks feathers? Purchased this jacket last Jan '15 from a TNF retail store. It occasionally leaks feathers at the stitch points. The store wouldn't take it back months later when it started leaking feathers. Jacket still warms well, fit is right - allows layering. Very warm as a midlayer under a shell in 0-20 degrees during activity. Performs very well with a t-shirt from 30-50 degrees without activity. Doesn't wick moisture from sweat or snow well, and absolutely isn't windproof. Met my general expectations, but would have been satisfied with comparable products from other brands.
Date published: 2016-01-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best jacket I have owned Ultra light weight, packable, great fit, and easy to put on (the lining slides effortlessly over other layers). This jacket is very warm with out the bulk, but it also breathes. The result is a comfortable jacket for temperatures ranging from the low 50's to the mid 20's. I love this jacket. The North Face should consider making their lower level coats with the fit of the Summit series, as it's much less boxy and a good length by comparison.
Date published: 2014-11-22
Rated 5 out of 5 by from VERSATILE For the past 3 years, this has been my go-to 3 season jacket. Used extensively for hiking, skiing and ice climbing under varied conditions in the northeast (Adirondacks, Whites, Catskills) and even out west in Utah. Often used layered with waterproof shell when conditions merit. Low in weight and minimalist compact size makes this an ideal mid level insulator for backpackers. Substantial warmth without bulk. I am 5'6" 160 lbs and the M fits snugly and comfortably yet allows easy articulation. It's only limitations are those inherent to down: keep it dry. Of course, idleness at camp in sub-zero temps will require a heavier jacket. Mine has survived and thrived after heavy use and several home washings with down cleaner. Very pleased with NF Summit Series products. Surprised they don't advertise them more. And it looks good!
Date published: 2015-01-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from VERSATILE For the past 3 years, this has been my go-to 3 season jacket. Used extensively for hiking, skiing and ice climbing under varied conditions in the northeast (Adirondacks, Whites, Catskills) and even out west in Utah. Often used layered with waterproof shell when conditions merit. Low in weight and minimalist compact size makes this an ideal mid level insulator for backpackers. Substantial warmth without bulk. I am 5'6" 160 lbs and the M fits snugly and comfortably yet allows easy articulation. It's only limitations are those inherent to down: keep it dry. Of course, idleness at camp in sub-zero temps will require a heavier jacket. Mine has survived and thrived after heavy use and several home washings with down cleaner. Very pleased with NF Summit Series products. Surprised they don't advertise them more. And it looks good!
Date published: 2015-01-15
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