The North Face Girls’ Thermoball Full Zip Jacket is a warm winter jacket that works hard in cold, damp conditions. The Thermoball technology is equivalent to the warmth of 600 fill down, but if the family hike or walk to school turns damp, it will keep her warmer longer (than wet down). The North Face with PrimaLoft has created this synthetic technology that features small round clusters that trap heat to retain warmth. One of my favorite features is you can tuck it into its own hand pocket, then you can throw it in her backpack as an emergency layer.
FEATURES of The North Face Girls' Thermoball Full Zip Jacket
Zip hand pockets
Contrast lining throughout body
Contrast zips and logo
Reflective zip pull
Stows in left-hand side pocket
Hem cinch system
SPECIFICATIONS of The North Face Girls' Thermoball Full Zip Jacket
Average Weight: 11 oz / 320 g
Center Back Length: 23"
Body: 45 g/m2 100% Nylon taffeta
Insulation: PrimaLoft ThermoBall
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The jacket is lightweight and thin which is great because my kids don't have room in their school lockers for a big bulky winter jacket. Haven't had the chance to test it's warmth, but we are previous North Face customers and they have never disappointed us.
So I ordered this right before the big cold snap we had recently. This jacket worried me at first. It was light, had a lot of static and a little big BUT I wore it out to go shopping in 10 degree weather. Woop Woop I stayed warm!! This jacket was awesome and then I saw a promo on the Today show for it so another Woop Woop for North Face. You can stuff this jacket in your purse and go...it is so versatile. I love it. Runs a tad big but you maybe wearing a bulky sweater??
My daughter LOVES this coat. The color is so pretty, and so far it has looked like new despite a decent number of wearings. I ordered it big so she could grown into it, and it seems very true to size. It was absolutely worth the investment (assuming she doesn't leave it on the playground :)