The North Face TKA Glacier Snap-Neck Fleece Pullover - Women's

The North Face TKA Glacier Snap-Neck Fleece Pullover - Women's
The North Face TKA Glacier Snap-Neck Fleece Pullover - Women's
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TKA Glacier Snap-Neck Fleece Pullover - Women's by The North Face
During that magical time of year when high-alpine aspens turn from green to glittering gold entire mountainsides appear ablaze as crisp winds rush through the trees. You aren't phased by the brisk mountain air because you feel refreshingly alive and ultra-cozy wearing the TKA Glacier Snap-Neck pullover. Built for long-lasting warmth The North Face's TKA fabric is pile-resistant so you can make it your everyday staple. Lightweight and compressible, it packs down easily and warms you up even when wet. Wear it on Main Street as you window-shop or layer a wind shell on top for a gusty high-altitude hike. From a soft stylish sweater to quick-drying, performance midlayer, the TKA Glacier will keep you comfortable no matter the adventure.

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SKU: TNF05JG
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