Soul of a Hoodie.
You'd wear your favorite hoodie everywhere if it were up to you, but sometimes Mother Nature has other plans—like when you're visiting the rainy, misty Pacific Northwest. When that's the case, be sure to pack The North Face Men's Apex Flex GTX Disruptor Parka. Made by sandwiching a waterproof, breathable Gore-Tex membrane between a soft face fabric and knit backer, this jacket offers unbeatable protection from the wind and rain while providing the warmth and comfort of a hoodie as you hike to moss-covered waterfalls. The adjustable hood keeps your head from getting soaked as you explore in torrential downpours, and it stows in the collar when the clouds clear and the sun appears.
- Be ready for wet weather with this casually styled shell
- Gore-Tex shell is waterproof and breathable
- Fully taped seams prevent seeping
- Adjustable hood stows in the collar
- Zippered pockets keep items dry and secure
- Adjustable cuff tabs seal out inclement weather
- Q & A
- Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
- Fit: True to size
- Size Bought: XL
99% of my winter wardrobe is North Face, it costs more but lasts forever. The jacket was true to size but was not as loose fitting around the stomach area as other north face products I own. One thing I greatly dislike is the velcro wrist strap it is to narrow and will wear out in a short time if you wear the jacket a lot. I had the same type of velcro on a ski jacket several years ago and it needed to be replaced the middle of my second ski season, you'll just have to send it in to get it repaired. I have had numerous jackets with seam tape and am embarrassed to say after 20 years it finally failed, dam that was a great jacket
Worth the money!
- Size Bought: Small
I love this jacket. Living in rainy Vancouver it does an awesome job of keeping me dry on walks with the dog. Great cut, slim fit but can still layer for cooler weather. Used mostly for weekend but could be dressed up. Logo discreet on the back