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See the sun and get your heart going this winter.

Just because it's cold and windy doesn't mean you can't overheat. The North Face Women's WindStopper Hybrid Full-Zip Jacket blocks the wind and vents your excess body heat while running or cross country skiing. With the windproof Windstopper softshell over the torso and breathable sleeve and back panels you can keep your body heat at a reasonable level so you can exercise comfortably throughout winter.

  • The Windstopper membrane stops the wind while the water-repellent-coated polyester softshell sheds flakes and drizzle
  • Stretchy, breathable panels wick sweat, enable great mobility, and keep your hot zones from overheating while running, skating, or touring
  • A full-length front zipper allows cool, instant relief when the sun heats up the trail
  • Two front zippered pockets hold your keys, snacks, or hat and gloves
  • Reflective piping and logos add visibility when you run around town before the sun rises

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I did order this jacket because I love NF...

I did order this jacket because I love NF and the look. Is this a jacket that I can wear in the gym for workouts or will it be too heavy? Is this a thinner nylon material. It appears to be heavier and stiffer than I had understood.
Thanks

Unanswered Question

I did order this jacket because I love NF...

I did order this jacket because I love NF and the look. Is this a jacket that I can wear in the gym for workouts or will it be too heavy? Is this a thinner nylon material. It appears to be heavier and stiffer than I had understood.
Thanks