The North Face Sedition Shell Jackets

The North Face Sedition Shell Jackets 


The North Face Men's Sediton Softshell Jacket combines the stretch and awesome breathability of softshells with the wind and weather protection of hardshells. This unique combination is achieved by using of Gore-Tex softshell material which is sonically welded instead of stitched. This allows the seams to shaved so that tape can be applied making the jacket 100% waterproof. The jacket also achieves unheard of tear strength though this method since the seams are actually stronger than the fabric.


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[Jun 16, 2006]

Bought primarily for lift skiing. A little pricey; I bought it on sale, but still looked at it as a multi-year investment. Comfortable, though I would prefer to be a little more fully cut for layering. Warm -- the shell material doesn't feel as cold as nylon, and there's a thin fleece lining (so in late fall or early winter, you could wear this with just a t-shirt on a warmish snowy day (say 30 F) and be comfortable; not true with a typical nylon hardshell). Softer, stretchier, and more pleasant than the typical hardshell. A touch on the heavy side. Seems generally well made and innovative. I wish the hood were a little trimmer, and that the snow skirt were removable.

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soft shells and hard shells; neither are quite like this, though

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