Step 1: Select up to three gently-used items made by The North Face
Step 2: Provide your contact information so we can send you an email with a prepaid shipping label (Trade in shipping is free!)
Step 3: Give us about two weeks to receive your product. Once we have evaluated your items we will email you a promo code that can be used for purchases on TheNorthFace.com
PRODUCT TYPE GLOSSARY
INSULATED AND DOWN JACKETS: Jackets insulated with down or synthetic insulation. Waterproof and non-waterproof jackets are accepted. Down jackets usually have a fill number (500, 800, etc) on wearers left sleeve. Synthetic jackets usually have small square or round baffles.
RAIN JACKETS: Jackets constructed to be waterproof. Usually seam-sealed, with a hood and waterproof zipper or center-front placket.
SNOW JACKETS: Jackets designed to be used for snow activities (ski, snowboard, etc). Usually have a powder skirt, hood and may or may not be insulated.
3-IN-1 JACKETS: Also known as Triclimates, these jackets have a removable internal jacket that can be worn alone or zip/snapped into the outer jacket.
VESTS:Insulated or not insulated, vests are jackets without sleeves.
SOFTSHELLS: Jackets that may or may not be waterproof. These jackets have a soft outer face, are usually malleable and designed for on and off mountain use.
WINDBREAKERS: Lightweight and thin jackets that provide protection from the wind. Usually not waterproof.
FLEECE: Soft and fuzzy mid-layer tops that can be full-zips or pullovers. Different from Hoodies in that the exterior is usually the same texture as the interior.
HOODIES AND SWEATSHIRTS: Mid-layers that have a hood, kangaroo pocket and ribbing at the cuffs and hem. Most commonly have a large screen print North Face logo on the front.
T-SHIRTS AND POLOS: Can be short sleeve or long. Next to skin layer that is lightweight and usually made of cotton.
PANTS: Sportswear pants that are designed for a wide variety of activities. Can be made of technical (water-resistant, stretch etc) or non-technical (cotton, etc) fabric.
SNOWPANTS: Pants designed specifically for cold-weather activities. Usually are waterproof and may or may not be insulated.
SHORTS: Sportswear shorts that are designed for a wide variety of activities. Can be made of technical (wicking, stretch etc) or non-technical (cotton, etc).
BASELAYERS: Technical next to skin layers that are designed with technical benefits to improve performance or comfort.
LEGGINGS: Also referred to as tights, these bottoms are designed to be next to skin and typically have a lot of stretch.
DRESSES: A one-piece garment worn that covers the body and extends down over the legs.
SKIRTS: A garment fastened around the waist and hanging down around the legs.
KIDS JACKETS: Jackets designed for little explorers. Does not include toddler or infant.
KIDS VESTS: Vests designed for little explorers. Does not include toddler or infant.
KIDS SOFTSHELLS AND WINDBREAKERS: Softshells and Windbreakers designed for little explorers. Does not include toddler or infant.
KIDS OUTERWEAR BOTTOMS: Kids pants and shorts designed for outdoor activities (Snow, Rain, Hinking, etc).. Does not include toddler or infant.
KIDS FLEECE: Fleece tops designed for little explorers. Does not include toddler or infant.
BACKPACKS: Also referred to as daypacks, these bags have shoulder straps that allow them to be carried on one's back.
DUFFELS: A duffle bag, also known as a gym bag is a cylindrical bag with handles that can be carried in a variety of ways.
ICONS AND SPECIAL COLLECTIONS: The North Face apparel icons are the Nuptse, Denali and Himalayan Parka. Special collections includes limited edition product and one-time product launches. It do not include collaborations or external design capsules.
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