The North Face Men's Redpoint Jacket
Lightweight, quilted warmth and sleek style combine in The North Face Men's Redpoint Jacket. Smooth nylon face fabric helps block the wind while PrimaLoft Eco insulation conserves body heat. This zip-in compatible jacket has a Napoleon chest pocket, 2 zippered hand pockets and will stuff into a pocket for a packable package that is easy to carry. A high collar and a hem cinch cord help seal out the elements. For superb warmth and style that can take you from your favorite local bakery to the backcountry, pull on The North Face Redpoint Jacket for men.
- Body fabric: 40D 63 g/m2 (1.86 oz/yd2) 100% nylon shadow ripstop
- Insulation: PrimaLoft® Eco
- Zip-in compatible
- Napoleon chest pocket
- Two hand pockets
- Jacket stows in hand pocket
- Bound cuffs
- Hem cinch-cord
- Standard fit
- Center Back Length: 28 in
- Weight: 580 g, 20.46 oz
Purchase the The North Face Redpoint Jacket for Men from Altrec.com. All order totals over $45 qualify for free ground shipping.
- January 21 2012
Its a great jacket!! I recently bought TNF Varius jacket and wanted to zip in something that will keep me warmer then the Varis itself and the Redpoint does exactly that. I didnt want a fleece zip-in like the Denali. I was looking at other "puffy" type jackets TNF offered but settled on this one. I didnt want a super puffy "Marshmallow Man" look, and jacket that I could wash. The Repoint has PrimaLoft insulation that will keep you warm, isn't too puffy or bulky looking. I'm 5'6' 165lbs and usually wear medium and the medium I ordered fits me well.
- December 20 2011
Ordered this coat for my husband for Christmas. He always gets hot so easily, that he rarely wore a winter coat. This one is perfect, it's not too bulky or too light. It keeps him warm, but not too warm where he's not willing to wear it. I even got him a matching hat!
- December 19 2011
Very good choice
I bought this as a gift for a co-worker and it seems to be a nicer product than I expected. Very light weight and causual that you can wear anywhere in the current Dallas wheather.