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Combating the elements and raising awareness.

Teaming up with Boarding For Breast Cancer, The North delivers the Women's B4BC Apex Bionic Fleece Jacket. This jacket brings breast cancer awareness up as high as the peaks you hike. Its Apex ClimateBlock shell is completely windproof and water-resistant, and it retains some breathability to keep you comfortable while you walk up the trail's steepest sections. A fleece backer feels cozy when you layer this jacket over a short-sleeve performance top, and a pink ribbon at the sleeve reminds you of the bigger picture.

  • TNF Apex Climateblock softshell, fleece backer
  • Regular fit
  • Internal stretch cuffs
  • Hem cinch cord
  • 2 zippered hand, 1 zippered chest pockets
  • Bluesign approved fabric

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5 5

Apex vs. Denali = Apex Wins Hands Down!

I just bought this jacket at the same time as I purchased the Denali and wore them both intermittently trying to decide which to keep.

The Apex won out. The Denali, although quite warm and functional, was bulky in comparison to the mid-layer Apex. I was able to wear both a lightweight Columbia fleece jacket and a base TNF shell underneath to keep me extremely warm.

The difference in price wasn't great, Apex at $148 vs. Denali at $138, but I wanted the Apex with the pink TNF embroidery on the chest and Breast Cancer logo on the sleeve, so I paid a premium of almost $30 for it. My version didn't come with the Velcro sleeves, but my arms are long, so I don't have the issue of the hang down problem so many complained about from the older versions.

Overall, I can see myself wearing this jacket out year 'round and layering beneath it, depending upon the temperature.