Summit Series Casaval Hybrid Hoodie Men’s

Summit Series Casaval Hybrid Hoodie Men’s

The North Face

$260.00

The Summit Series Casaval Hybrid Hoodie is a pioneering mid layer, insulated with synthetic Ventrix™, that delivers breathability and mobility. By eliminating shoulder seams, this jacket is comfortable even when toting a heavy pack on multi-day trips. Ideal as your insulated synthetic puffy jacket for climbs and expeditions that need that tad bit more warmth.
  • 60 g Ventrix™ stretch synthetic insulation in body, 40g in hood; perforated throughout the back panel for dynamic venting
  • High-CFM face and lining fabrics allow for breathability during high-output activities
  • Hybrid construction with stretch-woven underarms and hem for mobility and comfort
  • Attached, helmet-compatible hood with a pre-tensioned elastic opening and rear adjustment
  • Exposed, water-resistant, reverse-coil center front zip with an internal kissing welt finish
  • No shoulder seams for reduced bulk and extra comfort while you’re wearing a pack
  • Underarm gussets for better mobility
  • Concealed-zip hand pockets with an internal pouch in left pocket
  • Adjustable hem with a single cord lock at right
Weight: 1lb 0.6oz / 470g

Description

The Summit Series Casaval Hybrid Hoodie is a pioneering mid layer, insulated with synthetic Ventrix™, that delivers breathability and mobility. By eliminating shoulder seams, this jacket is comfortable even when toting a heavy pack on multi-day trips. Ideal as your insulated synthetic puffy jacket for climbs and expeditions that need that tad bit more warmth.

  • 60 g Ventrix™ stretch synthetic insulation in body, 40g in hood; perforated throughout the back panel for dynamic venting
  • High-CFM face and lining fabrics allow for breathability during high-output activities
  • Hybrid construction with stretch-woven underarms and hem for mobility and comfort
  • Attached, helmet-compatible hood with a pre-tensioned elastic opening and rear adjustment
  • Exposed, water-resistant, reverse-coil center front zip with an internal kissing welt finish
  • No shoulder seams for reduced bulk and extra comfort while you’re wearing a pack
  • Underarm gussets for better mobility
  • Concealed-zip hand pockets with an internal pouch in left pocket
  • Adjustable hem with a single cord lock at right

Weight: 1lb 0.6oz / 470g

Additional information

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