The North Face Men's Point Five Jacket is a fully featured pinnacle waterproof hard shell suitable for Scottish winter mountaineering and ice climbing.
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Made from waterproof and breathable Gore-Tex© Pro Shell which in engineered for the most demanding outdoor athletes and serious enthusiasts who want total reliability when the weather strikes. Fully adjustable helmet compatible hood. Performance fit for leaner figures. Pit zips are built in for optimal venting. Maintain upward momentum whatever weather confronts you in The North Face Men's Point Five Jacket which is a mountain shell that is a best-in-class Summit Series™ jacket.
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