The North Face Men's ThermoBall Jacket

The North Face Men's ThermoBall Jacket is rated 4.8 out of 5 by 949.
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The North Face Men's ThermoBall Jacket
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Product Information:

From work to the game, The North Face® ThermoBall® Jacket has you covered. Featuring bottleneck quilt fabric and a hem cinch-cord, you’ll have comfort and warmth. Stowable in hand pockets, you can be on the go without concern wearing The North Face® ThermoBall® Jacket.


  • Slim fit packable jacket
  • Stowable in hand pockets
  • Center Back length: 27.5”
  • Average weight: 440 g (15.52 oz)
  • 13 g PrimaLoft® ThermoBall™ ultralight synthetic insulation
  • Bottleneck quilt fabric
  • Water repellent finish (DWR)
  • Exposed VISLON® center front zip
  • Internal, elastic-bound cuffs
  • Hem cinch-cord
  • Inter zippered chest pocket
  • Covered, zippered hand pockets
  • Brand: The North Face
  • Country of Origin: Imported
  • Style: NF0A3KTV
  • Fabric Content: Classic: 15D x 15D 33 g/m² 100% nylon ripstop with durable water-repellent (DWR) finish; Matte: 30D X 30D 52 g/m² 100% nylon with DWR finish; Print: 50D X 50D 80 g/m² 100% polyester; Insulation: 13 g PrimaLoft® ThermoBall™ synthetic insulation


Tech Specs:

Cold Temperatures

As the temperature drops, seal in the heat and lock out the cold with a warmer selection.

Water Resistant

Keep the raindrops, slush and snow away with good, water-resistant protection.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Thermoball surprise I was skeptical about this jacket when I bought it. I still have not fully put it to the test but I took it out today in a pretty good east wind. Anyone from Portland will know what I'm talking about. It was cold and the wind chill was down there. All I had on underneath was a t-shirt. I was totally blown away at how warm I stayed. This jacket is pretty surprising. I have some more testing to do, have to try it in the rain then see how cold I get or maybe not. The only down side so far is I wished it had some kind of stash pocket maybe on the inside for glasses or the phone. If your thinking about this jacket, I would say try it out.
Date published: 2014-02-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from So far... WOW I initially bought this jacket for it to be my every day, just throw on and go jacket for around town, and for a warm ski day if the opportunity would arise. I was hoping that it would be warm enough for myself to be comfortable to about -15C... but man was I ever wrong... Yesterday I was cleaning off snow, shovelling, and just walking in ~-20C with a pretty decent windchill of ~-30C and i was completely and totally and wonderfully comfortable. I was blown away by how warm this jacket is considering how incredibly thin and light it is. I am so happy I purchased this jacket and would recommend it for anyone that is looking for an impressively light, yet incredibly warm jacket for whatever life throws at you
Date published: 2013-11-21
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Not for ONtario Winters I bought this jacket for cold fall and spring days and it did the trick. A large fit perfect and I am 6'2 and 200lbs. I can wear a base layer zip up underneath making walks/hikes in temps around 0C very light and breathable. I will say that the marketing is a little off-it's not a viable witner jacket for Ontario during Dec-early March where temps get down to -20C+ windchill. If you wore only this in that weather you'd freeze your tail off in 5 minutes. Overall its an excellent jacket from temps down to -5C so for what I purchased it for I am very happy with the qualiy and amazing light weight of the jacket.
Date published: 2013-12-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by from So far, so good I've had my Thermoball for a little over a month and I'm finally enjoying its benefits now that the temperatures in the northeast have started to drop. The jacket is super lightweight and I've used it in most conditions so far (rain, wind, cold) for walking, hiking and running. I'm impressed with how warm it has kept me on some of my colder hikes and runs. I'm interested to test the optimal temperature range for staying comfortable in this jacket during active use. So far, it's been great between 20 - 50 degrees. I'm wondering how low I can go while still staying warm. I need a polar vortex to hit New England. TNFLocals #AMBSDR
Date published: 2014-11-22
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Active vs Regular Size I ordered my Jacket on line and the experience was good along with ground shipping went well. When I opened the package and tried on the Size Medium it felt snug under my arms and shoulders. I removed the Jacket and found I was shipped a Active Medium. When I ordered the Jacket I assumed I would get a regular size Medium since I didn't notice anyplace to mark regular or active. The jacket performs well if the temperature is 40F or above. If its colder and I put a sweater on under the jacket the tightness in the shoulders is really not comfortable.
Date published: 2015-01-29
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Wonderful light jacket I bought this jacket a while ago getting ready for the cold Minnesota winter and found that it was lighter than it looked but that does not dwarf its amazing heat retention. Wearing this jacket alone is not warm enough for a cold winters day and that's okay because its a fall weight jacket, but combined with a fleece underneath and a wind shell on top its as warm as any other jacket on the market in it's price range, probably even warmer. I proud to say it's the investment I've made since the North Face sleeping bag I bought last year.
Date published: 2013-11-06
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Poor Stitching I have had this jacket for 4 months now. The weight and warmth are great. My complaint is the terrible way it is stitched. If you get near to or rub against ANYTHING, the stitching pulls loose and you are left with a long looped thread hanging loose. You can't get the thread to go back into shape and you sure can't cut it off or the whole jacket will come apart. North Face really dropped the quality control on this product. I would never buy this again because of the horrible stitching.
Date published: 2014-03-26
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Looks nice but zippers are terrible I had been looking at getting the Patagonia Nano Puff, but then this jacket came out and I decided to go with the Thermoball because it sounded like it would be even better. Not so much. The front zipper was busted and would only unzip half way. The right pocket zipper wouldn't unzip at all. I was able to get the jacket on and the length and arms were a good fit, but the shoulders were a bit wide and large. Overall, it looks nice, but the quality is sub-par. Not what I expected from The North Face. Severely disappointed. I will definitely be taking this back and going with the Nano Puff.
Date published: 2013-10-20
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