The North Face Tekno Ridge Full-Zip Hoodie - Women's

The North Face Tekno Ridge Full-Zip Hoodie - Women's
The North Face Tekno Ridge Full-Zip Hoodie - Women's
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Tekno Ridge Full-Zip Hoodie - Women's by The North Face
High alpine terrain is filled with the most scenic views and fulfilling experiences, but in order to spend time there one must be prepared for weather to move in quickly and unexpectedly. The Tekno Ridge Hoodie utilizes WindWall technology to prevent even the strongest winds from interfering with your temperature regulation as you maneuver the most technical knife-edged ridges. WindWall technology is among the best wind-resistant technologies across the industry, boasting a wind permeability rating of less than 20 CFM. To further block out the wind, the hoodie boasts a drawcord-adjustable hood to seal out the elements as you trek onwards. The Tekno Ridge Hoodie situates itself as one of the best performance full-zip options for wind-resistant layers in the line.

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SKU: TNFZ9MS
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