The North Face winter sale is on — and jackets are as cheap as $49

The North Face Hydrenalite Hoodie.
(Image credit: The North Face)

The North Face is one of the most recognizeable outdoor brands, famous for its blend of fashionable jackets packed with clever designs, thermal outlets, and zippable compartments and removeable layers. 

Yes, it's fashion-led, but these are practical clothes to keep you warm while climbing mountains, taking on multi-day treks, or hiking in all weathers. Remember, these jackets are worn by professionals as well! 

Usually, The North Face's jackets are a big investment, but as part of the brand's Winter Sale, we've seen some of our favorites on sale for as little as $49. Like The North Face Gordon Lyons Full-Zip which is just $49 right now, down from $99. 

Plus there are big savings on plenty of others, including $100 off The North Face's women's Snoga Pants and The North Face Men's ThermoBell Eco Hoodie, which is down to $189, reduced from $270. 

The North Face February jacket deals

The North Face Gordon Lyons Full-Zip Fleece (men’s): was $99 now $49

The North Face Gordon Lyons Full-Zip Fleece (men’s): was $99 now $49
This top-selling sweater-knit fleece is 50% off in deep maroon (merlot?) with plenty of sizes to choose from. Functional as an insulating layer or as a light jacket, the Gordon Lyons boasts zippered hand pockets with an elastic collar and cuffs for extra warmth. The chest pocket sports a patch logo for good measure and closes via a sporty snap. 

The North Face Antora Jacket (men’s): was $110 now $77

The North Face Antora Jacket (men’s): was $110 now $77
$77 is a great deal for this lightweight, weather-resistant shell. A core piece of outerwear no one should leave home without, the Antora Jacket boasts impressive rain-repellent capabilities. A drawstring-adjustable hood provides extra H2O protection, while a storm flap protects the main zipper from seepage during downpours. More importantly, as far as rain shells go, few can match the style factor of the Antora. 

The North Face Hydrenalite Down Hoodie (women’s): was $200 now $140

The North Face Hydrenalite Down Hoodie (women’s): was $200 now $140
The women’s Hydrenalite Down Hoodie may look like something you’d find in a Supreme store for $800, but it’s truly an expedition-tested piece of outerwear built for maximum warmth and comfort with 600-fill down insulation and a Durable Water Repellent (DWR) coating. Technical jargon aside, this jacket is both ridiculously chic and super-cozy: 92% of North Face customers recommend it, with 780 total reviews. Better yet, the Hydrenalite Down Hoodie is available on-discount in a wide range of colors and styles. 

The North Face Antora Triclimate (men’s): was $260 now $182

The North Face Antora Triclimate (men’s): was $260 now $182
Looking for maximum warmth and versatility? Look no further. The Antora Triclimate jacket is really two jackets in one. The outer is a hooded weatherproof shell built to keep wind, rain and snow at bay. The inner is a soft, insulating full-zip fleece. Combined, these two garments provide solid protection for the colder months. Separately, they have you covered for just about any season or weather type.

The North Face Antora Triclimate (women’s): was $260 now $182

The North Face Antora Triclimate (women’s): was $260 now $182
Just like the men’s version, the women’s Antora Triclimate jacket is a two-for-one deal with both an outer weatherproof shell and an inner full-zip fleece. These garments can be worn together or on their own, depending on the weather and your comfort level. Put another way, less than $200 gets you enough North Face high-tech outerwear to take on any season. 

The North Face Osito Jacket (women's): was $100 now $70

The North Face Osito Jacket (women's): was $100 now $70
The super soft Osito Jacket is made with a 100% recycled fabric and provides instant, lightweight warmth with its silken raschel fleece. As with The North Face's other Circular Design styles, it’s made with sustainably-conscious materials and recyclable when you get it back to us.

The North Face Snoga Pants (women's): was $230 now $161

The North Face Snoga Pants (women's): was $230 now $161
The North Face's Snoga Pants are designed to keep your legs nice and warm without limiting your freedom of movement. These high-waisted, slim-fitting pants are crafted from high-stretch material with WindWall technology. 

The North Face ThermoBell Eco Hoodie (men's): was $270 now $189

The North Face ThermoBell Eco Hoodie (men's): was $270 now $189

The ThermoBall Eco Hoodie is quilted, lightweight, and made entirely from recycled fabrics. And because of the recycled materials, each hoodie is a slightly different unique shade. Plus, it has zipped pockets and is water resistant for when you're caught in the rain. 

The North Face Clementine Triclimate (women's): was $330 now $231

The North Face Clementine Triclimate (women's): was $330 now $231

The North Face Clementine Triclimate comes in four colors, and all are currently reduced by almost $100. The waterproof jacket keeps you warm without getting sweaty and has a removeable inner jacket. 

The North Face isn’t the only brand with stellar February sales. Save big on some of our favorite Patagonia outerwear, including my personal go-to, the Nano Puff Jacket. 2024’s best trail running sneakers, the Hoka Speedgoat 5, are also deeply discounted

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