The North Face Sally Pant - Women's

The North Face Sally Pant - Women's
The North Face Sally Pant - Women's
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Sally Pant - Women's by The North Face
The North Face Sally Pants are made just for you, so you can check every groomer off your list, and then head back after the storm for all the fresh snow hiding in the trees. With the moisture shedding performance of 2-layer DryVent fabric knocking the wind, snow and sleet off of your skin, you'll stay dry all weekend. And since that protection is paired with 60 grams of Heatseeker insulation, Sally will keep the cold out when you're stuck in long lift lines or waiting in the parking lot for your shred buddies to pull up to break trail into the backcountry. TNF tops it all off with some key details like ankle gaiters with boot lace hooks, fully taped seams, and moisture sealed pockets to keep your pass and cash dry.

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SKU: TNF05HD
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