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Versatile warmth for cold-anything.

The North Face Men's Chimborazo Full-Zip Hoodie has a high-pile fleece backer to bring the warmth for cold ski trips, hikes, and climbing sessions. An active fit makes this heavyweight fleece jacket an excellent midlayer for winter, and a fitted scuba-style hood traps heat when you're on belay on a chilly afternoon. The secure-zip chest pocket features a stretch woven overlay for extra durability, and the large hand pockets are placed high to stay out of the way of your pack hip-belt or harness.

  • Brushed polyester with high-pile fleece backer
  • Active fit
  • Fitted hood
  • Zippered napoleon pocket
  • Two zippered hand pockets

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4 5

live in it

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
  • Fit: True to size
  • Height: 5' 11"
    Weight: 175 lbs
    Size Purchased: XL

This is not really a technical fleece for ice-climbing or anything -- there are no pit-zips, no hem draw-cord or hood adjustment or thumbholes. This is purely a comfort piece. And it's very comfy indeed - the thick, tightly-woven outer fabric is not quite a "hardface" fleece - it is brushed, so it is cozy, but attracts lint and cat fur like a magnet. I'm not sure if it will pill or not - but my favorite fleece of all time is a 20-year-old TNF hooded pullover fleece that feels like the same thick, soft and wind-resistant stuff (at least compared to say Polartec classic), and it ages very well. I even saw someone out for a walk in the snow the other day, and he didn't seem to be wet or cold - treat it with some superhydrophobic stuff and you could wear it around town for sure, though obviously it's still a fleece and will wet out eventually.
The big comfort feature here is the lining -- a buttery soft microfiber fleece pile - put it on over a light t-shirt and it's instant nirvana. i wear mine every day in the winter, when i wake up early and it's cold in the house, or i'm settling in for the night with a book by the fire or a movie marathon, this is the one i reach for. As long as you recognize its intended purpose & the right circumstances - e.g., lounging on a cold dry day... it will not disappoint.

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I'm surprised you went with an XL unless you like really loose clothing. I'm 5'10" with a weight varying from 180 to 185 and I find the L to be too big. The L fits about the same a M Denali on me. If I go down one size in each, they are too small though.

Unanswered Question

What model year is this jacket? Specifically the black color jacket.