The North Face Osito 1/4-Zip Fleece Pullover - Women's

The North Face Osito 1/4-Zip Fleece Pullover - Women's
The North Face Osito 1/4-Zip Fleece Pullover - Women's
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Osito 1/4-Zip Fleece Pullover - Women's by The North Face
Whether you're keeping comfortable between boulder problems, on a chilly fall hike, or on an early spring morning running errands, The North Face Osito 1/4-Zip Fleece Pullover keeps you warm and cozy. Its teddy bear-esque high-pile fleece offers soft warmth while binding at the neck and sleeve openings help contain your body heat for extra protection against the chill. The front center zipper makes it easy to slip in and out of the pullover and easily vents some heat to help regulate your temperature. Its boxy silhouette makes it easy to layer on colder mornings and provides you with a relaxed aesthetic that's perfect for your days off around town.

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SKU: TNF05LT
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