The North Face Summit L5 Ultralight Storm Jacket Product News

Our lightest, most packable shell yet is designed to keep you dry through mountainside squalls without adding any unnecessary weight or bulk, so you can climb higher and faster without worrying whether your jacket will keep up.

Caroline Ciavaldini climbing waterfalls on the Sawanabori expedition  © The North Face
Caroline Ciavaldini climbing waterfalls on the Sawanabori expedition
© The North Face

  • Slim fit Arms-up mobility; built for climbing
  • Featherweight, 7 denier, waterproof, breathable, seam-sealed Pertex® shield 3L fabric
  • 100% windproof fabric / Attached, pre-tensioned, over-helmet- compatible hood with back adjustment
  • Exposed, water-resistant, reverse-coil center front and chest pocket zips
  • Chest pocket features a small stretch-mesh stowpocket with a loop that you can easily clip to your harness while you're climbing
  • No-fuss elasticated cuff and hem are lightweight, no fuss and keep out bad weather

Women's Summit L5 Ultralight Storm Jacket in Bluebird/TNF Black  © The North Face
Women's Summit L5 Ultralight Storm Jacket in Bluebird/TNF Black
© The North Face

Women's Summit L5 Ultralight Storm Jacket in Bluebird/TNF Black  © The North Face
Women's Summit L5 Ultralight Storm Jacket in Bluebird/TNF Black
© The North Face

Fabric

7D x 7D 47 g/m2 DryVent™ 2.5–100% nylon

Weight

100 g

The Summit L5 Ultralight Storm Jacket is available in both men's and women's versions.

The North Face team ready to get wet in Japan  © The North Face
The North Face team ready to get wet in Japan
© The North Face

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26 Apr

Stated weight is 100g. I thought this improbable so I checked TNF website which clearly states 156g.

I asked exactly the same question when 100g was offered as one of the choices in the recent competition for the same garment, however there was no response.

It would be helpful if you could clarify this. Many thanks.

26 Apr

That gave me a lovely image of a haunted empty jacket with gloves attached to the end of its sleeves and a void inside its hood, grasping and reaching over rough terrain, flapping and howling in the wind, in a relentless attempt to catch up with its quarry... I mean owner.

Crying out “You took me off and left me by your pack. You neeeeed me. I am coming back to you.” And then, in a burst of effort, the arms grab and wrap around, and all goes dark.

North Face Horror Jacket.

26 Apr

Love the photo caption "The North Face team ready to get wet in Japan

© The North Face"



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