The North Face: Men's Pumori Jacket

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Uploaded on June 24, 2007 by Altrec

A great do-it-all fleece piece for any outdoor activity, the Men's Pumori Jacket from The North Face features midweight Polartec 200 Series fleece, making it ideal as a middle layer for skiing and as an outer layer for summer camping. If we had to make a list of indispensable items for year-round outdoor adventures, this Men's Pumori Jacket from The North Face would rank near the top. Some fleece is too thick for summer backpacking, other fleece is too thin for anything except middle layering, but the Pumori is just right with midweight Polartec 200 Series fleece. You can wear it as a middle layer in the winter (it is zip-in compatible and zips into other jackets made by The North Face--just remember to pick the same size) or wear it as outerwear on camping trips. The one thing that the Pumori Jacket doesn't have is the nylon reinforcement panels along the shoulders like the slightly heavier Denali Jackets by The North Face. That means that if you backpack or climb extensively with a pack, you may notice some pilling and wear along abrasion points beneath the straps.

Midweight warmth Polartec 200 Series fleece
Nylon reinforcement panel along the collar helps reduce pilling
Standard (not relaxed) fit layers well beneath shells (and is zip-in compatible with some jackets made by The North Face)
Two zippered hand pockets
Comfortable elastic bound cuffs hold sleeves in place
Hem cinchcord at waist to help seal out cold air
TNF logo on upper left chest
Weight: 24 oz. (680 g.)

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