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The North Face Men's Allproof Stretch Jacket is a waterproof jacket that isn't afraid to stretch and move on the trail. The DryVent™ 2.5L fabric is a 100% polyester with stretch, so hike some miles, even if it's raining. Move comfortably and stay dry along the way.
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Exposed, water-resistant, reverse-coil center front zip with internal draft flap
Exposed, secure-zip hand pockets
Adjustable Velcro cuff tabs
113 grams per square meter DryVent 2.5L - 100% polyester with durable water-repellent (DWR) finish
Primary Shell Fabric:
Draw or Cinch Cord, Hood, Waterproof, Adjustable Cuffs, Windproof
Made from Recycled Materials, Animal Friendly
3.33 oz / Square Yard
Type of Waterproofing:
The North Face DryVent, DWR, The North Face WindWall
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The North Face DryVent
Dryvent™ fabrics are engineered to be fully waterproof, windproof and breathable. The outer face of the textile is treated with a durable water repellant finish that helps form droplets and repel water from the surface. Each multi layered textile is engineered to allow water vapor to pass through from the inside to the outside.
Durable Water Repellent
DWR (Durable Water Repellent) is a coating that is applied to fabrics which makes them water-resistant, or hydrophobic. A DWR finish doesn't interfere with breathability, which makes it perfect for adverse conditions in the backcountry.
The North Face WindWall
WindWall is a fleece fabric that retains the comfort, flexibility and breathability of traditional fleece while eliminating wind chill, which enhances warmth. The unique bonding process cuts 80 - 95% of wind.
Rated 5 out of
Hurricane Tested[This review was collected as part of a promotion.] I decided at the last minute to bring this jacket with me for eight weeks while working from the Caribbean coast in Mexico during "hurricane" season. You know, just in case. But, it's 2020. And "hurricane" season quickly became a tropical storm (Gamma) followed by a category 4 hurricane (Delta) followed by a category 1 hurricane (Zeta) followed by heavy rains from another hurricane (Eta). I can't make this up. This jacket far out-performed and exceeded any expectation. It has been perfect to toss in a light bag when a downpour can start any second and breathable enough to walk around at 80° and 90% humidity. Also, it doesn't look or feel like you're wearing a trash bag like most other waterproof jackets. I rarely write reviews, but this jacket warranted the effort.
Date published: 2020-11-05
Rated 5 out of
JMT, This Is Houston! from
Coolest (and dryest) Rain Jacket Ever!Reactions were as follows: 1- DOPE DESIGN. What a beautiful color scheme and shape. 2- SOOOOO COMFY. Throwing it on is almost the best part. It soothes the skin. 3- WATER/WINDPROOF. I stay super dry. Oh btw, everyone compliments the design and everyone agrees on its comfort when they throw it on. I want to wear it all the time but the dry So-Cal weather doesn't allow me to unfortunately. Needless to say, I love it when it rains nowadays. Bottom line: exactly what I need for my upcoming John Muir Trail hike. I'll be shopping some more with The North Face as I gear up for my 230 mile trek. Best brand.
Date published: 2018-07-10
Rated 5 out of
Different. But good.This is a very odd rain coat. It's fully capable of handling the worst downpours but it's not warm or insulated. This is the obvious part. You would need something under it as a mid layer to stay warm and that's where this becomes odd. The material stretches which is a great touch but it outlines the mid layer's every crease or bend. Which is strange since I never seen that before, it's almost as if this coat is acting with the part of the mid layer. Just on top. Typically, coats don't bend of fold in such a way like one does, but that's not a bad thing, just different. This coat does it's job well and the inner lining is a bit cool to the skin...meaning, it's slightly chilly. I doubt I'd wear a t-shirt with this coat since exposed skin would be on the chilly side.
Date published: 2020-02-04
Rated 4 out of
Good javketThis is my second review. The large ended up being too small and was tight under my arms. I exchanged for the X-large size and it fits good, but I kind of wish the large size worked for me. I'm trying the adjust the waist in to make it fit better. I bought the jacket in order to layer underneath it. I'm 6'2" and 185 lbs., so I was surprised that the large was a little tight. I wore it this weekend in Chicago and it was pushing 37 degrees and windy. I'm happy to report that it was very warm and kept the wind out. I wore a puffy vest and long sleeve shirt underneath. We didn't have rain, but I'm confident that it is rainproof. I plan to use it on a camping trip soon, so I can post again about how it did you b a colder fall camping trip.
Date published: 2018-10-15
Rated 1 out of
A paper towel would provide better protection.I bought this jacket for a trip to Glacier National Park and for everyday use. This jacket was supposed to be waterproof but is a horrible jacket. A paper towel would provide better rain protection than this "all proof" jacket. Even light rain is immediately soaked up and bleeds through. This is the third North Face jacket I've owned and it is by far the worst. Not sure I will be buying anything from NF again after this.
Date published: 2019-11-24
Rated 1 out of
NO WATERPROOF! Buy something else![This review was collected as part of a promotion.] Did I get a faulty "rain"coat?! This thing is not waterproof AT ALL! I bought it for my high schooler, he just came in SOAKED with the "allproof raincoat" on! It's not even raining heavy and he just walked from bus stop to home and his layers are all wet! Don't waste your money on this if you want to use it in the rain.
Date published: 2021-10-29
Rated 2 out of
Most beautiful jacket but the rain already ruined it!!I bought this jacket in August 2019. It is super stylish and lightweight but the problem is that it's not really waterproof. For everyday use, it's great! I went to Scotland on a hiking trip with this jacket and my entire body was soaked with rain since the jacket isn't really waterproof. I was miserable. In addition, the rain ruined the jacket and the collar cannot even sit straight and tall like normal. I went to the store to exchange for a new one because it's clearly NOT waterproof as advertised but they ask me to do a stupid warranty thing which I don't think I should wait weeks to get a replacement when it's clearly North Face fault. Please make this right or I will just buy another brand from now on!! I will send back my jacket to get a replacement but I am not doing all this stupid paperwork and waiting for weeks! I will just wear this jacket as casual wear instead of rain wear.
Date published: 2019-12-08
Rated 2 out of
Not the best rain jacketI got this jacket October 2019, as a replacement to an old north face rain jacket, and to use on a daily basis in rotation with another rain jacket from Mountain Hard Wear. I spend a lot of time outdoors, and was looking for something light, breathable, robust and most importantly water proof. First couple of outings with this jacket were in the East Coast in the Adirondacks. Had somewhat heavy rain, and wind. The jacket seemed to do ok with those conditions. From January till March the jacket didn't get much use. Recently I relocated to Central America where heavy rain is commonplace and I have been using the jacket pretty heavily. A few days ago I noticed that I was getting wet while outdoor during heavy rain. I started using the jacket more often to test it and I kept noticing that I was getting wet on the back of my neck. I inspected it carefully and noticed the water proof lining on the hoodie was coming apart. It's a shame but his jacket doesn't seem to be up to standards, and I would not recommend it for people that are very outdoorsy. Just yesterday while walking on a trail the jacket suffered a small tear from a tree branch, nothing major but I didn't think the material would be so fragile. Hope the review helps