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The North Face Womens Incipient Hooded Fleece Jacket

Code: 814155
  • Now £79.00
  • (Delivery from £3.49)
  • RRP £120.00
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A technical fleece midlayer built with Polartec Power Grid technology keeps you dry and warm on alpine pursuits in the worst conditions.

This fresh looking, technical fleece jacket from The North Face is ideal for multi activites including walking, cycling or alpine climbing. In a sleek, slim fit with scuba style hood that fits close around the head and neck for protection in cold conditions, but helmet friendly too. This mid layer fleece is constructed from Polartec Power Grid which has a high wicking grid design made using two different lengths of yarn increasing warmth, but reducing weight. The inner layer of fleece continually pulls moisture from your skin, diffusing it to the outside and the external layer then spreads the moisture out in a wider surface area for fast evaporation. This keeps you really warm in challenging and cold conditions. The Incipient comes with two harness friendly zipped pockets and chest pocket for small items like keys and mobiles. The North Face logo completes the look of this fantastic feminine styled jacket.

  • Micro grid inner retains heat and reduces weight
  • Sleek scuba hood fits close to the head and under helmet
  • Harness and pack friendly hand pockets
  • Chest pocket
  • Weight: 370g
  • 42% polyester, 37% nylon, 21% elastane stretch fleece with micro grid backer
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