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The North Face Womens 100 Glacier Full Zip Fleece Cardinal Red/Juicy Red Stripe
The North Face Womens 100 Glacier Full Zip Fleece Cardinal Red/Juicy Red Stripe
The North Face Womens 100 Glacier Full Zip Fleece Cardinal Red/Juicy Red Stripe
The North Face Womens 100 Glacier Full Zip Fleece Cardinal Red/Juicy Red Stripe
Colour: Cardinal Red/Juicy Red Stripe
Cardinal Red/Juicy Red Stripe
Ponderosa Green/Trellis Greenn
Windmill Blue/Urban Navy
Mint Blue Stripe% OFF
TNF Black
£55.00
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The North Face Womens 100 Glacier Full Zip is a thermally efficient, soft and stylish winter jacket made using Polartec Classic Micro feece, which provides reliable insulation and is perfect for winter layering.

  • Fabric: Polartec Micro Fleece (100% polyester, 160g/m²)
  • Soft & thermally efficient
  • Quick dry
  • Brushed face for a soft hand feel
  • Fabric resists pilling & fading, & maintains its shape
  • Full-length centre front zip
  • Set-in sleeves
  • Two secure-zip hand pockets
  • Shock cord adjustment at hem
  • UPF (Ultraviolet Protection Factor) 30+
Product Code: A4725060

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