The North Face Campshire 2.0 Hooded Pullover Fleece Jacket - Women's

The North Face Campshire 2.0 Hooded Pullover Fleece Jacket - Women's
The North Face Campshire 2.0 Hooded Pullover Fleece Jacket - Women's
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Campshire 2.0 Hooded Pullover Fleece Jacket - Women's by The North Face
From road trips up the coast to forested campsites along the way, you'll love the cozy warmth and style that The North Face's Campshire 2. 0 Hooded Pullover Fleece Jacket brings. Fuzzy high-pile sherpa works hard to trap heat and provide a retro look when you stop in town, while the elastic-bound hood and cuffs help seal out the chill once you stop for the night. Offset seams at the shoulders feel comfortable beneath a pack, and the elbows are reinforced for additional durability while you cook dinner or haul firewood.

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