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Do What You Love in Winter with a North Face Parka
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By: Mithran Balakrishnan Email Article
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Got the winter blues? Put down your guitar and head outside in a north face parka. The staple in quality, warm clothing, North Face is a great addition to your growing collection of brands. A north face parka can save you from the cold and make you look stylish and trendy. Available in many styles and colors, these parkas are great for men and boys of all ages.

Put your skis and head to Tahoe with the North Face Tahoe Down Hooded Jacket. Be prepared for the whiteout with this jacket because when you're stuck in the snow or halfway down the mountain, you can't put a price on 700-fill down insulation with an attached insulated hood. With Napoleon chest pockets you can store your headlamp or whatever skiing or climbing equipment you need that suits your face-paced, adventurous lifestyle.' This jacket has a slightly dropped hem that adds rear coverage. It's durable, it's warm, and it's a necessity for those who swear by the mountains.

You've seen those puffy, fashionable North Face winter jackets and you've always wondered what they are and how you can get one. The North Face Men's Nuptse Jacket is the classic jacket that are seen on college campuses everywhere. They're so popular that you can't go a single day in a city without seeing a dozen on the street. Made from mini-ripstop weave nylon, this jacket has 700 fill down that will keep you warm even on the coldest days. With a reinforced upper and superior warmth-to-weight ratio, it features two hand pockets and a Taffeta emergency hood. It's stowable, so throw it in your suitcase before heading to Whistler or Vail.

Is the weather unpredictable and you just can't decide what jacket to bring along? No worries, check out the North Face Men's Immigration TriClimate Jacket. It's a three-in-one jacket with a quilter Heatseaker insulated interior that zips out when you don't need it.' It's waterproof, breathable and seam sealed for a great fit and maximum comfort - no matter the weather.' It's fully adjustable with a removable hood.' This unique parka has pit-zip vents and two hand pockets. With a brushed chin guard lining and a center front storm flap, this jacket is ready for the elements from breezy to blizzard.

The Summit Series Elysium Jacket by The North Face is a seriously great option for those looking for the classic North Face look and still get a lot of use out of a jacket.' This durable jacket has one hundred percent nylon ripstop material and includes one hundred percent nylon taffeta. Like so many North Face jackets, this one has 700 fill goose down insulation. With a Napoleon chest pocket and non-abrasive molded cuff tabs, this jacket will have you heading outdoors in no time. Enjoy the slopes, put on your snow shoes or cross country skis and feel secure knowing that the cold can't stop you from your favorite winter sports.

If you're looking for a great, warm option this winter, you really can't go wrong with this great selection of North Face parkas. Go ahead and enjoy the outdoors, even in January and February. Weather should never stop you from doing what you love and these jackets can help you accomplish your goals - regardless of the season.

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