TKA Glacier Funnel-Neck Fleece Pullover - Women's by The North Face
Fly fishing is often considered a complicated pastime, from perfecting a cast to tying an intricate knot, it can be quite difficult to master, but the ideal on-water layering system doesn't have to be. Wading in brisk alpine waters on crisp pre-dawn mornings can surely chill your bones, but with the right insulation, you won't feel anything but your next strike. The North Face TKA Glacier Funnel-Neck Pullover offers ideal warmth without sacrificing comfort. Layer it over your long sleeve baselayer and cinch down the hem before sliding into your chest-high waders. The lightweight fleece will layer smoothly underneath and stay in place as you fight fish and ford not-so-shallow creeks. A dropped shoulder seam ensures chafe-free comfort when wearing a chest-pack, while the tall funnel-neck collar keeps you warm and shielded from the elements. Super soft on your skin and built to perform, this lightweight fleece packs small, dries quickly, and insulates even when wet. Made from super soft recycled polyester, this fleece will keep you focused on the important things.
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