The North Face Men's Warm Zip-Neck Top features the new, innovative FlashDry technology to ensure your comfort during stop-and-go days on the mountain. Nothing will chill you off faster than a clammy baselayer, but the Warm Top makes this worry a thing of the past.
- Two-layer double knit with mechanical stretch gives you a close, comfortable fit
- FlashDry fibers whisk the moisture away from your skin at high speed and enables it to evaporate quickly so you stay dry and, as a result, warmer
- A ¼-length zipper lets you vent extra heat when the temperature rises and you need a little fresh air
- Strategically-placed flatlock seams ensure chafe-free comfort
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GREAT Base Layer
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
- Fit: True to size
I have pretty high standards for outdoor gear. This is a great baselayer for truly cold conditions as it is thicker than 'silkweight' base layers. Moisture has never been a problem with this as a base. That is the best feature of this piece. The FlashDry is by far the most effective technology at wicking sweat and managing moisture. It is a pricy base, to be sure. More expensive than Smartwool or Patagonia offerings, it also has better results. You really will stay drier and warmer. Make sure you use it with a shell that has good breathability qualities to maximize the effectiveness of this top. The stretch is nice as it doesn't bind and fits comfortably in any activity. High quality seams and zipper complement the other fine features. And I actually really like that the ubiquitous TNF logo isn't branded on the shirt. I would own a couple more if the price didn't prevent it.
Not "heavyweight" as stated
- Fit: True to size
I bought this top a year ago and never wore it once. I really don't know how they can call this "heavyweight" since it is medium-weight at best. This top would be suitable for cool weather in the Fall. For WInter, it would be just another light layer.
Also, it does not display the "The North Face" logo prominently as everyone seem to love these days.