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Description

A wall between you and breezy discomfort.

Hiking across a beautiful open field brings peace to your mind, unless some winds chill you to the bone. Avoid the chill on your hikes with The North Face Women's WindWall 2 Fleece Jacket. Its wind-resistant WindWall fabric allows enough air to come through that you stay warm without stifling from heat exhaustion. The fabric is also smooth so layering over this fleece is simple for your skiing adventures. The silken grid backer feels soft next to your skin for all-day comfort on the trail.

The WindWall 2 features elasticized cuffs to keep the sleeves from rising up your arms whether you're hiking or skiing. The chest pocket can hold your wallet and ski pass to leave room for your hands when they get numb on the trail.

  • WindWall (polyester fleece) face fabric
  • Silken grid backer
  • Elastic-bound cuffs
  • One chest and two hand zipped pockets
  • Bluesign approved fabric

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is this more of a fall jacket or winter jacket? i live in NC so i dont need something super heavy but would like something to keep me warm.

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Christina,

While it will strongly depend on your location, I'd consider this a Fall jacket at best-- light windblocking fabric and a nice fuzzy interior, but not seriously warm. If you'd like some help finding a jacket that'll keep you warm across multiple seasons, feel free to give me a call at 1-800-409-4502 ext 4456 or email me at llabar@backcountry.com!

Is there a wick ability aspect to this...

Is there a wick ability aspect to this jacket?

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Hey Lizzie,

You'll definately have some breathability with this jacket so it will be able to wick somewhat. The material is supposed to be wind resistant, not windproof. According to the TNF website, normal fleece cfm (cubic feet per minute) ratings is around 200 cfm 9, while the jacket is anywhere around 10 - 40 cfm. Hope this helps.