This is serious protection for those who stray far afield and know they can't always control the weather. The North Face Enzo Jacket is a bulletproof (not really, but we mean durable) GORE-TEX® 3-Layer Pro Ripstop coat with a trim alpine silhouette and the features you need to stay alive in the high mountains. A helmet-compatible fixed hood and underarm pit zips let you button up or chill out as your body and the conditions demand. Like the late Signore Ferrari, the Enzo delivers performance that transcends the ordinary and looks stunning as well.
40D 118 g/m²—100% nylon 3L GORE-TEX® Pro ripstop weave with a micro grid woven backer
GORE-TEX® waterproof/breathable membrane
Trim alpine fit allows room for underlayers but won't get in your way.
Center back 29.5"
Polyurethane (PU) handwarmer zip pockets
Polyurethane (PU) zip chest pocket
Polyurethane (PU) zip bicep utility pocket with goggle cloth
Internal utility pocket
Internal media security pocket
Polyurethane (PU) core vents
RECCO® Avalanche Rescue Reflector An electronic avalanche rescue system that consists of a small, nearly weightless transponder is detectable by a mountain search-and-rescue team with the proper equipment. A returned signal from a RECCO® transponder provides a precise bearing on the buried individual.
Waterproof, breathable, fully seam sealed
Helmet-compatible fixed hood
Adjustable hem system
Adjustable cuff tabs
VISLON® CF zip
Average weight 650 grams
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Comments about The North Face Enzo Jacket:
Good shell to use for both skiing and as a normal rain jacket. Like any other shell wearing layers changes the warmth of the jacket. Recently went to England and the jacket was very useful for the cold weather, snow, and wind. The best feature is the high neck and integrated hood that fits over ski helmets.
One downside is that the zipper when fully zipped up most of the time catches when trying to unzip the jacket. Not a huge problem but still annoying sometimes.