Deal: Prepare for Winter With These Discounted North Face Jackets and Vests

Waterproof, insulated and retro layers are on sale up to $105 off

The North Face Jackets and Vests
The North Face sale at East Dane features retro jackets and vests like this, as well as more muted options.
East Dane
By Alex Lauer / October 22, 2019 11:46 am

Is there any time of the year that goes by faster than the two months between Halloween and New Year’s? One second you’re handing out mini Snickers in a plastic pumpkin and next thing you know you’re getting sideswiped by a falling snowdrift on January 1st. October is the time to prepare mentally, physically and sartorially for the months ahead — and to help you out in the latter camp, East Dane just discounted a bunch of styles up to 40% off, including some of our favorite North Face jackets and vests.

Are you looking for something colorful and retro or muted and minimalist? Are you only interested in goose down or would you prefer the arguably more ethical synthetic insulation? Are you actually hitting the slopes or do you just need a layer for shoveling your 20 feet of sidewalk? No matter where you fall on those questions, there’s a heavily discounted jacket calling your name. We’ve picked out our four favorites below. 

The North Face 1996 Retro Nuptse Vest

1996 Retro Nuptse Vest

If you want a tough down vest that’ll stand out from boring blacks and greys.

The North Face 1990 Mountain Jacket

1990 TB Mountain Jacket

If you want an anti-puffy insulated winter jacket with synthetic fill vs. animal down.

The North Face 1992 Nuptse Jacket

1992 Nuptse Jacket

If you want an iconic retro puffer insulated with 100% goose down.

The North Face Mountain Q Jacket

Mountain Q Jacket

If you need something fully waterproof that will also let you breathe.

Not seeing anything you like? Head over to the whole sale at East Dane here, and search for The North Face (or any other brand you like).

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