The North Face Dryzzle Jacket Review
The North Face Dryzzle has a very generous active fit cut so works well with smart layering underneath in cold weather.
The North Face Dryzzle is a go-to jacket for almost all occasions and provides immediate protection from light showers or torrential rain.
The durable water repellent used is superb and the jacket has a soft and almost luxurious feel on the outside.
This particular walking jacket is very robust and durable, and all of the the key features are very accessible.
Both covered secure-zip hand side pockets, and the secure-zip polyurethane chest pocket, are very generous on the inside and will keep your smartphone and other essentials completely dry.
The adjustable hood includes a snap-close storm flap covering the front zipper and the peak of the hood is just about rigid enough to keep it’s shape.
There’s a Velcro® tab at the top of the main front zipper and a pop open button at the bottom, as well as Velcro® adjustable cuff tabs and a hem cinch-cord – again, all very accessible and easy to use.
Overall The North Face Dryzzle is a fantastic all-rounder and works really well with both large and small rucksacks and the ability to access the pockets, waist adjuster and hood.
It’s a long lasting incredibly durable jacket that retails for £175, although you can buy it now from Millets for only £122.50