NOW: £69.00 WAS: £90.00

NOW: £69.00 WAS: £90.00

NOW: £69.00 WAS: £90.00

NOW: £69.00 WAS: £90.00

NOW: £69.00 WAS: £90.00

Product Code: 25210279

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A summit-bound technical fleece

The North Face Women's Kyoshi Full Zip Jacket is a summit-bound technical fleece with two simple intentions: warmth and comfort.

Power Dry 100 is a fleece fabric that demonstrates Polartec's extensive insulating and wicking expertise and its soft and sleek exterior makes over-layering effortless.

An alpine fit allows an excellent range of motion without an excess of fabric that could snare winds or snag rocks. Bound cuffs and hem complete an uncomplicated appearance.

Two handwarmer pockets are carefully placed to allow easy access when you are wearing a backpack or a climbing harness and a sleeve pocket provides quick access to small essentials.

Please note that some items of women's clothing from The North Face are labelled with a US dress size, so a UK size 12, for instance, may have a label stating size 8. When ordering from Cotswold Outdoor, all dress size options correspond to UK sizes.

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Product Features

  • Fabric: Polartec Power Dry (92% polyester, 8% elastane)
  • Alpine fit
  • Zipped handwarmer pockets
  • Zipped sleeve pocket
  • Bound cuffs and hem
  • Extended sleeves with thumb loops
  • Weight: 294g

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1 There is 1 review of this product

Really stylish
Reviewed By Sally, 12 Nov 2013

Don't know if this is worth the price. I will use it for hiking, climbing and for wear around the office. Really sexy fit and lovely material. I'm 5ft and the XS fit lovely except for the sleeves but that looks fine when I have the thumb holes on or if I just fold the sleeves inwards and you'd be none the wiser. I'd give it a go and try it on at least because it is a great design. I bought this today and haven;t usedit for hiking or climbing yet. It's definitely a midlayer.