By Editor | October 4, 2014
Whether it is hail, a big gusts on a mountain to torrential rain, nothing can overwhelm the The North Face Verto Storm shell jacket. Great features like a high collar, long sleeves, and non-adjustable but with a shielding hem hood, and cuffs provide a good barrier to all types of outdoor environments.
In terms of space when the jacket is packed, you can squeeze The North Face Verto Storm shell into a small bag the size of a deck of cards.
The 15-denier face fabric is very durable, you do a week of bushwacking with The North Face Verto Storm shell with out putting a knick on it.
The HyVent 2.5-layer fabric keeps the jacket lightweight using a gridded half-layer against the skin and vents moisture out, but there is no arm pit zippers so it can get a little sweaty when doing high output outdoor activites.
Weight: 7 oz.
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