Name Droppin’—The North Face Ceptor Jacket with Spencer Schubert

“I wore this jacket for a month in Japan and rag-dolled in powder A LOT. Funny thing is… I stayed dry. I prefer a simple waterproof shell like this, you can layer for a cold windy powder day or just wear it for casual slushy spring laps.”—Spencer Schubert

Stylish logo hit, with jacket-in-hood storage system. p: Clavin

The North Face says:
If you choose trailheads over lifts, and are as comfortable shoveling a kicker as setting a skin track, this DryVent™ 3L shell jacket designed with a freeride influence is for you. The longer center back length adds coverage to keep you warmer, and the dedicated hood isn’t just helmet-compatible but also stores in the jacket for days when you don’t need it. Store your pass in the Velcro™ wrist pass pocket, and enjoy fuss-free entertainment through the media port in the left chest pocket. Underarm vents keep you cool when you’re crushing lap 50, and a powder skirt with gripper elastic makes sure no snow goes where it isn’t supposed to on waist-deep days. Check out one on their site here!

Thumb loop wrist cuffs at their finest. p: Clavin

-Standard fit, longer length in back
-Jacket-in-hood storage system
-Powder skirt with gripper elastic
-Two secure-zip chest pockets
-Media port in left chest pocket
-Secure-zip hand pockets
-Internal goggle pocket
-Underarm vents
-Secure-Velcro® wrist pass pocket
-Jacket-to-pant integration
-Waterproof, exposed zips
-Key clip in both hand pockets
-Wrist cuffs with thumb loops

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