The North Face - Refurbished

Men's STRETCH DOWN VEST

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CONDITION: LIKE-NEW
CONDITION: LIKE-NEW

This product has been cleaned and may have required a repair that is now unnoticeable.

The North Face - Refurbished

Men's STRETCH DOWN VEST

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Overview and Features

Down stretch vest for lightweight warmth that won't hold you back.

  • Stows in hand pocket
  • Exposed reverse-coil-zip hand pockets
  • Exposed VISLON® center front zip
  • 700 fill goose down offers warmth yet remains extremely compressible
  • Stretch-woven fabric allows for unrestricted mobility and comfort
  • Slim fit
Specs and Details
  • 91% Nylon, 9% Elastane
  • body: 30D x 30D 72 g/m² 91% nylon 9% elastane stretch woven with durable water-repellent (DWR) finish
  • insulation: 700 fill goose down; certified to the Responsible Down Standard (RDS) by Control Union
  • Center Back: 26.75"
  • Avg Weight: 390 g (913.75 oz)
  • Source: Imported
  • Guarantee: One Year Warranty
  • Care Instructions: Machine Wash
  • Packable/Stowable
Delivery and Returns

Orders are shipped free via USPS and usually arrive within 3 days.

Free Returns within 60 days of purchase through our online Return Center. 

Benefit Rating

Understanding our Benefit Rating -
Our rating system assigns each jacket a score based on how it performs in the four elements below.

Warmth:
Warmest, Warmer, Warm, Minimal Warmth. Rating reflects warmth relative to our other jackets and considers features such as design and materials.

Water:
Waterproof, Water Resistant, Water Repellent, No Water Protection. Rating reflects performance of primary shell fabric.

Wind:
Windproof, Wind Resistant, Low Wind Resistance, No Wind Protection. Rating reflects performance of primary shell fabric.

Weight:
Heavyweight (750g+), Midweight (250-749g), Lightweight (under 249g). Weight ranges based on size medium jackets.

Warmth Warmest
Water Water Repellent
Wind Wind Resistant
Weight Heavyweight

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