The North Face Osito Flow Jacket - Women's

The North Face Osito Flow Jacket - Women's
The North Face Osito Flow Jacket - Women's
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Osito Flow Jacket - Women's by The North Face
The soft, high-pile fleece Osito Flow Jacket from The North Face keeps you warm and comfortable on chilly days. Whether you're keeping warm between boulder problems or are out for a coffee on a chilly fall morning, the insulated double collar ensures you have a warm layer of defense against the cold temps. The knit cuffs are comfortable against your skin and help seal in your body heat, as well. No matter where you're trying to stay warm, the zippered pockets allow you to bring along your keys, phone, and wallet so you're ready for whatever the day brings.

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SKU: TNF05LP
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