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The North Face Inlux Insulated Jacket - Men's

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$89.96 $198.95

Item #TNF02JE
Past season color


Tech Specs

[membrane/laminate] DryVent (2-layer), [face fabric] 100% polyester
Heatseeker (80g)
Center Back Length:
29.5 in
yes, adjustable
2 zippered hand
Claimed Weight:
1 lb 12 oz
Recommended Use:
casual, hiking & camping
Manufacturer Warranty:

Outdoor-worthy protection with city-suitable style.

You'll keep The North Face Men's Inlux Insulated Jacket close from fall to spring whether you're hiking or just trying to get through a snowy day. This protective jacket features the same waterproof and breathable DryVent membrane that The North Face's ski jackets have, so you know you can rely on it whether it's raining on the trail or snowing in the city.

The Inlux's Heatseeker insulation provides lightweight warmth, a fleece lining has a soft feel, and underarm zips can be opened up in case you get too warm. The North Face styled this jacket with an active fit for a slimming look suitable for nights out in the city. Adjustments at the hem and cuffs ensure a secure fit, and the internal pocket features a media port so you can listen to music comfortably.

  • Protective jacket for wet hikes and winter wear
  • Waterproof, breathable DryVent membrane for wet weather protection
  • Warm Heatseeker insulation and soft fleece lining
  • Underarm zippers for ventilation
  • Slimming active fit for a sleek profile
  • Adjustments at hem and cuffs for a secure fit
  • Internal chest pocket with media compatibility

Gigantic hood

  • Fit: True to size
  • Size Bought: Medium

It's a good jacket except for the hood, there's no back hood adjustment to pull it back out of your face. You have to cinch down the two front adjustments Way too much and the brim still hangs down over my nose. I have to fold the brim into the hood in order to see. The velcro adjustment on the sleeves tend to catch and stick to the pocket lining, you have to adjust it so the velcro doesn't overhang. It has a great range of movement, I can stick my arms out and cross them with no tightness across the back. This is a perfect fit for me, the bottom sits around the crotch past my pants pockets. It's good for 30 to 50 degree temperatures with room for midlayer for colder temperatures.
I'm keeping it but if I had it to do over I wouldn't buy this jacket because of the hood.

TNF is always reliable.

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times
  • Fit: True to size

This jacket, among pretty much all The North Face gear I have purchased have been great editions to my collection. Highly recommend their products for any of your adventuring/outdoor needs.

Solid, versatile go-to winter jacket

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times
  • Fit: True to size
  • Size Bought: Medium

I got this to be my go-to jacket for New England winters and I'm really happy so far. It's quite light, but it stands up to cold well, especially with the help of the adjustment straps at the waist and wrists. It accommodates extra layers really nicely, and I'd probably recommend them for anything below ~20°F or so. It laughed off a brutal, rainy nor'easter recently, so I'm completely confident in the waterproofing/wind resistance. I wear L shirts, and my typical experience with any kind of jacket/shell is that M fits best. That was definitely the case here. Medium falls nicely below the waist, shoulder width is good and there's enough room for layering without looking too baggy. The sleeves are too long, but I'm satisfied with being able to tighten the sleeve opening with the velcro adjustment strap so it doesn't cover my hands. One complaint aside from the excess sleeve length is the chest pocket (if you have trouble finding it like I did initially, it's to the left of the main zipper on the outside of the coat and under the flap that covers the zipper). I guess it's nice to be able to access it w/o opening the main zipper, but it's just too small. Keys fit OK, but once you start adding something like a wallet or phone, it gets cramped real quick. An additional pocket inside the lining would have been great. I'm still satisfied with it overall and I'm keeping it. Given the light weight and armpit vent zippers, I expect it to be great in the spring and fall too.

Inlux Jacket

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times
  • Fit: True to size

This jacket is as warm and functional as it is stylish. I went for it because of the clean, classic look and north face never disappoints.

Winter Time Jacket

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times
  • Fit: Runs small

Bought this as a gift for my dad as he needed a functional and fashionable winter jacket. The XL fit him well but might have been a tad small. He is about 5' 10" and 220 lbs. He's used this to plow the drive way and to walk around town and has had zero complaints!

Not very breathable

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times
  • Fit: True to size

The jacket is okay, but several things I really dislike: no outer chest pocket(s), no fleece lining on the inside sleeves, and most importantly, the breathability is moderate at best. The jacket was still wet on the inside by the time I drove to the hotel (10-minute drive) when my MTHW insulated pants are dry by the time I packed everything in the parking lot. If I could return it I would. Definitely not the best jacket for this price point.

Were you driving in a convertible with the top down in the rain? Not much detail with regard the to that situation.


  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
  • Fit: True to size
  • Size Bought: medium

Its not quite a high performer but its solid all around. Good waterproofing, warm, good mobility, can add an extra layer if needed. Used for skiing/hittin the town afterward. I wouldn't hike in this since is a bit clumsy feeling but for skiing, fits the bill quite nice. Its sleeves could be slightly longer, but i do have a 6'1" arm span. Still have to give 5 stars because complaints aside, its just a nice fitting coat and comfortable to wear.

Close to being excellent

  • Familiarity: I returned this product before using it
  • Fit: True to size

I like the color--it's more "heathered" than it appears in the pictures on the website. It has a relaxed fit in the body which I like. However, the sleeves are too short in size Large (I'm 5'10" with average-length arms). They left several inches of exposed skin when bending my arms. There are no wrist gaiters, and there is no elastic at the wrist. The velco adjustments did not keep the sleeves from pulling up.

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