Pamir Jacket


Page Type Gear Review
Object Title Pamir Jacket
Manufacturer The North Face
Page By GuitarWIzard
Page Type Apr 29, 2002 / Apr 29, 2002
Object ID 261
Hits 6470
Product Specifications
Using a Gore Windstopper laminate, the Pamir stops the wind in it's track, ending the goose bump explosion and adding several degrees of warmth. Reinforced where it counts and cut for movement, the Pamir Parka was made for climbing and cold weather activities requiring breathability, windproofness, warmth, flexibility and comfort.


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GuitarWIzard - Apr 29, 2002 7:57 am - Voted 4/5

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Not a bad little jacket, although a little on the heavy side. It's good for semi-cold weather outings if you're working up a big sweat, as it's not an overly warm jacket. It's billed as an ice climbing jacket.....which I can see, but definitely bring a belay jacket if you're wearing this one. However, throw this jacket underneath a hard shell jacket (as well as your other layers), and that's one warm combination. But, at around 2 pounds, this jacket stays at home most of the time time, as if I want something warm to put underneath my shell, I'll just bring a synthetic jacket which is much lighter. Good jacket for ice climbs just off the road or trailhead, though...

IceMonkey - Aug 2, 2005 10:33 am - Voted 4/5

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Good jacket, very warm if used as part of a layering system. Its become mostly redundant since i've turned to soft shell, but still comes out when walking in the Lake District, as it can be comfortably worn without making you to hot. The down side to this jacket is the pack size.

Christoph De Windt - Jan 21, 2007 5:13 pm - Voted 5/5

Just a good windproof jacket. I wear it in wintertime in combination with a TNF Mountain light jacket.

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