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Very nice fleece!!
Iam 5'1 85lbs got xsmall. I love it! Very fitted. But I think u should order a size up it does run small.
I love TKA 100. I have it in 1/4 zip which runs tight and hoodie. I love the wide range of colors the North Face offers on this top, the quality and warmth. It wichs moisture so well and makes it a pleasant top for winter activities. I also wear it by itself during fall and spring for cardio walk.
Warm and cozy
Lightweight, warm and cozy. Can't go wrong with North Face - this is my 'go-to' fleece for cold fall nights and under layers when I'm snowboarding! Fits perfectly and true to size.
Very warm, perfect for layering. I got a medium and I do wish the sleeves were a little longer (I'm 5'10" 135lbs) but the only thing I own from TNF that the sleeves are actually long enough is the APEX soft shell. I read some reviews about it being short in length but I think it's a perfect length.
Nice lightweight fleece
This fleece is compact and makes for a great winter baselayer or lightweight fleece outer layer on those cool summer evenings. It is somewhat fitted, so if you are planning on using it more as as an outer layer, you may need to size up. I'm 5 7 and 140lbs with an athletic build, and the Medium gives me a perfect fit when I've got a t-shirt underneath. I am impressed with the quality of the TKA100 fleece, it looks as though it will resist pilling more than the 'technopile' brand fleece equivalent.
A worthwhile investment which I am sure will see plenty of use.
Hi Can anyone tell me the exact length of...
Hi Can anyone tell me the exact length of this top from the neckline down (not top of turtle but neck seam) in a medium? Also the exact arm length from seam under arm to wrist end. Thank you!
Most Amazing Article of Clothing Ever!
I got this on sale a few weeks ago and wow! I would've paid full price if I knew what I was missing out on. Its been perfect for spring as its warm in the mornings but breathable once it gets warmer and really lightweight to stuff in a backpack if it gets too hot. I usually wear it with a t shirt underneath and it can be a little chilly at night.I'm 5'7" with an athletic build and pretty "busty" and I got a large. I'm really impressed with the fit. I often find THF stuff to be kind of tight in the armpits and short but this comes about halfway over my belt and doesn't feel restrictive in the arms. It stretches out a little between washes but I also wear it everyday!
Oh it also repels water and oder really well. I have gotten all hot and sweaty in it a few times and it never gets very stinky and I stay relativity dry in it.
I can't wait to wear this skiing and kayaking and climbing and...yeah I love this thing.
after reading all of the reviews and sizing issues, i nervously ordered a S - and it fits great for this 5'6, 140-lb girl. while it is a bit short on the torso, if it were any bigger i think it would really look like a sack.
This is my third fleece of this kind. They are very warm and very soft. The only peeve I have is that it is quite short. I still love mine though. I wear them everywhere, even to bed.
Very nice - runs small
Luckily I tried this product on in a store and figured out that it runs quite small, so when I ordered it, I got the correct size. Other than that, it's a great fleece.
would recommend but might run smaller than other items
North Face YKA 100 Glacier Fleece was a good purchase (might run smaller than other items) but most of all had great customer service from Backcountry.
I received this as a gift from my husband because I loved how comfy his North Face 1/4 zip fleeces looked. I was a little disappointed when I realized how fitted they always make girls things, but all that went away after wearing it once. I prefer to wear a cami/tank top under it that sticks out of the bottom a little bit so never feels short in length. And the heather grey is darker and much prettier in person then pictured. I could wear this every day - Love it!
this is the 2nd one I have purchased. I always buy 1 size larger than I am. It is true they are a bit short but since I am only 5"4 1/2 the length is great. It washes up very nicely also.
Not good for layering...
I usually wear M in North Face gear, but ordered a L in this based on other reviews. It was probably the right size for me, as otherwise the chest/sleeves would have been too small. But overall I didn't care for the fit and decided to return it. It seemed warm enough and pretty cozy, but I was hoping to use it as a layering piece and the extra fabric around the waist made it feel bulky under fitted jackets or vests (it flares out at the bottom around your hips). The roomy waist/hip also gives it a boxy look. Just not what I was looking for fit-wise in a thin layering fleece.
I typically wear a medium but went with a large based on the other reviews and I'm glad I did. It is a slight bit big but it would probably be too short if I got a medium. I wear it all the time, riding my bike, golf, disk golf, around the house, where ever... Its perfect as an under layer when it is really cold and great to wear by its self when it is in the 50's for light activity occasions.
It is a very popular fleece, as with all North Face items. My friends mom even has this fleece.
LOVE this fleece!
My size and fit are just like the review below ("reb..."). It is an athletic cut, so keep that in mind - especially if you are between sizes in the size chart (order a size up).
I LOVE the lightweight microfleece. It doesn't weigh me down or feel bulky when I'm layering. I've worn my two TKAs over and over again this past month (I want to live in them) and they are holding up well in the wash - they still look new. Looks great for everyday wear, and I even get to wear them to work when I don't have a meeting!
Get a size larger
Great fleece! Very soft and light yet warm. Like everyone else has been saying get a size larger than you normally would. Im 5'4'' and weigh around 120lbs and usually wear a small in everything however I dont like things to fit real tight and so I got a medium and it fits perfectly!
I love it. If I could rationalize spending the money I would have one in every color. I have two right now and live in them on the weekend. I live in Georgia so they are perfect for GA winter weather.
My mom-in-law loved it!
We gave this as a gift to my husband's mom for Christmas, and she absolutely loved it!
As always, The North Face sells only quality products so, of course, this item was also awesome!
too close for comfort
as others have mentioned, this runs very snug. Usually an XL from TNF is roomy on me, but this one was too snug to be comfortable over a base layer and under a jacket. I wish the fleece had more stretch in it as well for putting it on, and general movements while wearing it. Since I can't order anything bigger than the XL I'm returning, I ended up getting one of the TNF heavyweight baselayers instead (and that ones runs on the big side).