The North Face Pitaya 2 Hooded Jacket - Women's

The North Face Pitaya 2 Hooded Jacket - Women's
The North Face Pitaya 2 Hooded Jacket - Women's
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Pitaya 2 Hooded Jacket - Women's by The North Face
Blustery winds and coastal gales can quickly turn an outdoor excursion into a struggle for survival. Protect yourself from oncoming winds and light rain with The North Face Women's Pitaya 2 Hooded Jacket. This protective windbreaker sports WindWall fabric, which boasts an airflow rating of 4-CFM. For greater reference, jackets with a 0-CFM rating are completely windproof. Since it's air permeable to a limited degree, you'll find the jacket promotes breathable comfort while blocking a large majority of blustery drafts from stealing precious body heat. The shell's DWR finish repels light rain showers and seaside spray from soaking through and dampening your fun outdoors. It's lined with luxurious moleskin fleece for a buttery-soft feel, preventing irritation while improving regulation of body temperature. The elastic-bound hood and cuffs seal out rogue gusts, especially along exposed alpine and coastal environments. Also, there's a hem cinch for a close-to-body fit that keeps chilly drafts from sneaking inside.

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SKU: TNF02YR
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