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Embrace the wind, mud and rain in the North Face Stormy Trail Jacket. 100% waterproof, 100% windproof and designed with some serious running in mind, the Stormy Trail Jacket is seam sealed with welded pockets to stow your essentials. It has a functional, running-specific fit and fantastic attention to detail. Note: the front zip is not waterproof but does have a waterproof flap behind it. The zipper on the chest pocket lacks water protection.


  • TNF Black (JK3kY8)
  • Razzle Pink (VC2)


  • Full zip, seam sealed jacked with 100% waterproof and windproof material
  • HyVent Alpha three-layer construction provides weather protection
  • Flash Dry is ultra breathable and removes moisture rapidly
  • Front zip pocket (zipper approx. 4.5", pocket approx. 3.5"W x 7"H)
  • Layered venting system with lighter fabric in strategic zones
  • Adjustable drawcord at hem
  • Fleece-lined collar for increased warmth and comfort
  • Reflective The North Face branding and accents for increased visibility


  • Main Body (100% Nylon, 2.5-layer with FlashDry laminate), a fully waterproof, windproof material to protect you from the elements
  • Panels (100% Polyester, 2.5-layer with FlashDry laminate), a lighter weight fabric with weather protection and some stretch

Apparel Performance Characteristics

Apparel Fit: What's this?

  • Compression
  • Fitted
  • Semi-Fitted
  • Relaxed

Temperature Range °F: What's this?

  • Cold
    • Below 30
  • Moderate
    • 30-45
    • 40-55
    • 50-65
  • Hot
    • above 65

Fabric Thickness: What's this?

  • Thin
  • Medium
  • Thick

Customer Reviews

Comments: I bought the North Face Stormy Trail jacket to wear in a stormy marathon. The jacket fit great, is super light weight and I loved the razzle color. As predicted the California International Marathon was a rainy, windy mess. The jacket breathed well and kept my core dry, but the elastic around the wrists was not tight enough (and is not adjustable) to keep water from pouring in. My arms were wet and cold the entire time I was running. Also, the front zip pocket allowed water in and I would have to unzip it, lean forward and dump close to a cup of water from it every mile or so. I had been keeping my fuel in that pocket, so they were mostly dissolved by the water. I was hopeful this jacket would be amazing, but unfortunately it left me wet and cold, so I had to return it.
From: Anonymous, California