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The North Face Morningside Hooded Fleece Jacket - Women's


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The North Face's coziest, most insulating fleece can be found in the Women's Morningside Hooded Fleece Jacket. Ergonomic design means it will layer easily under a shell on cold mornings (not zip-in compatible). Worn on its own, this super-soft fleece provides all the snuggly warmth you could want around the campfire.

Price : $109.95


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Fleece Jacket Checklist

Say "No" to Cotton: If you take cotton in the Montana backcountry...you'll be sorry sooner or later.
Pull-Over or Zip-Up? Both are popular and widely available. Make sure you get the right style for your own needs.
Snug Around the Neck? Some people like it...other's don't. But snugness helps keep the cold from seeping in. So it's a feature worth examining.
Pockets? Some fleece has tons of pockets, others none whatsoever. So check the specs before plunking down any money.

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