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Running against the wind has never been so easy.
Running in spring weather can be a mixed bag—welcome touches of warm temperatures punctuated by bitterly cold breezes left over from winter—leaving you at a loss for what to wear. The North Face found a solution for running in these fickle conditions by developing the Women's Crew Run Wind Anorak Jacket. Highly wind-resistant and breathable, this running top brings you protection from heat-sapping gusts and light precipitation thanks to its tough, DWR-coated construction, while the half-zip design and mesh panels ensure breathable comfort when the wind dies down. Elastic cuffs act as snug barriers against the elements, and a touch of reflectivity on the hood helps boost your visibility on darker outings.
- Highly wind-resistant and breathable pullover anorak
- Durable fabric with DWR-coating resists light rain
- Wind-permeability rated at less than 4 CFM
- Relaxed fit helps you layer underneath
- Multiple pockets bring along your music, cash, and keys
- Item #TNF04B8
- Q & A
Love love love
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
- Fit: True to size
Bought this for my daughter, she loves it and it’s perfect for her as she doesn’t really like to wear jackets.
Lightweight and wind resistant. Great jacket for running in wind and light rain.
Does this jacket run true to size. I'm heading to Iceland and need to layer.
Hey Debroah, this jacket will run true to size or just slightly large depending on your build. North Face in general has a bit more boxy cut than other outdoor brands. If you have any other questions feel free to reach out via the information listed above.
Is this jacket lined at all, or it if the material that will stick to you when you sweat?
The jacket is not lined. You will feel some stick when you start sweating. I don't notice it when I run, but it will certainly stick.