- The North Face Women's Size Chart
- Please note that this style is either discontinued and/or from a previous season.
- Rely on this quilted jacket to protect your upper body and hips from exposure to the elements during long walks down wintery city streets.
- Nylon taffeta exterior with DWR (durable water repellent) finish protects the high-loft 550-fill down for reliable thermal insulation.
- Extra long length parka.
- Slim upper body for a flattering fit.
- Quilting throughout body.
- Two-way center front zip with hidden snap placket and brushed chin guard.
- Internal media pocket with cord guide.
- Zip hand pockets.
- Hood can be easily removed and stored when not in use.
- Embroidered logo at left chest and back right shoulder.
- Body: 100% nylon taffeta with DWR.
- Lining: 100% recycled polyester taffeta.
- Body Insulation: 550-fill down;
Hood Insulation: 100% polyester.
- Machine wash cold, tumble dry low.
- Length: 46 in
- Sleeve Length: 33 in
- Product measurements were taken using size XS. Please note that measurements may vary by size.
Customer Reviews Provided by Zappos
This coat looks really nice and sleek but seems too thin to be very warm. My first North Face (about 10 years ago) was 800 fill power and extremely warm. This one is 550. I am still on the fence about it.
- Marlene C - customer
- from New York, NY
- November 17, 2015
I ordered this coat with high expectations. I have a friend who has a previous-year's style and I loved it on her. I generally wear a size 4 and am 5'6" but I have long arms and broad shoulders so, after trying on a different North Face parka locally, I ordered the suggested medium. I also ordered a similar coat from Land's End to compare the two. This North Face coat is very lightweight and I love the diamond quilting. The sleeve length was great and the shoulder space was better than the small I had tried on in town. But the bottom half of the coat almost bells out from the waist, instead of an A-line - it did not fit at all like it did in the photo above. I tried to move it around thinking it was perhaps the way the coat was packed (maybe it was too flat) but that did not make it more flattering. The coat was just too big in the hips and the way it belled out made it look strange on me. I have an Arc'teryx jacket that is very thin and keeps me very warm so I was not too concerned about the weight of the coat but it did seem very thin for the price. The design part that I did not like is that there is a placket that covers the zipper on the outside. The placket has numerous snaps all the way down the coat. So the only way to get effective wind-blocking through the zipper is to snap up those, maybe dozen, snaps all the way down the coat. I can't see me putting on the coat, zipping it all the way up and then snapping all of those snaps. And if you do not snap them, the the placket will not lie flat and you won't get the same look. For comparison, the Land's End parka has a visible zipper but it also has a hidden placket behind the zipper for wind protection. The North Face coat might be more packable than the Land's End coat as the Land's End coat has a higher fill power. I returned the North Face coat and am keeping the Land's End coat, which I am surprised about. I did not like the styling of the North Face coat on me and the price is considerably higher than the Land's End version.
- Anonymous - customer
- November 6, 2015