The North Face Trevail Hoodie is a good-looking down jacket that serves well as either a mid-layer, or an outer layer if the temperatures are mild. Its 700 fill-power down means that it has sufficient loft to provide the warmth a person needs, but is also not prohibitively expensive. The North Face is also one of the few companies that is making sure to source only responsibly harvested down, and the feathers found in this jacket are certified to the Responsible Down Standard by an independent company. While we really don't have many complaints about this jacket, we find that it scores about average in all of the metrics, making it average to slightly below when the final score is all tallied up.
The North Face Trevail Hoodie is discontinued and, according to The North Face, not slated to come back. For now, you can still buy the jacket version of this product.