The North Face Tech Sherpa Hooded Fleece Pullover - Women's

The North Face Tech Sherpa Hooded Fleece Pullover - Women's
The North Face Tech Sherpa Hooded Fleece Pullover - Women's
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Tech Sherpa Hooded Fleece Pullover - Women's by The North Face
While you're waiting for the campfire to get going, get cozy in the Women's Tech Sherpa Hooded Fleece Pullover. The North Face built it with warm and soft Sherpa-back fleece, which is soft against your skin with a smooth face that allows it to slide under other layers easily. FlashDry XD construction is engineered to wick moisture and resist abrasions, making this pullover more durable than it appears. The nylon overlay protects the hood and yoke from wear, so you can wear a backpack without worrying about your jacket. The quarter zip style allows you to easily add and shed this layer on the trail, and the hood is equipped with a drawcord so you can cinch it down in windy weather.

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