From Oregon's chilly coast to the high-elevation deserts of Utah, The North Face Men's Headland Full-Zip Hoodie brings midweight warmth and ample stretch for casual hikes and laid-back sessions. Midweight stretch-knit keeps you nice and cozy during crisp mornings and breezy conditions, with a full-zip closure for added ventilation at a moment's notice. Additionally, you'll find bonded-zip hand pockets for streamlined storage, as well as an internal media pocket for routing your favorite tunes on the move.
- Midweight stretch-knit (89% polyester, 11% spandex)
- Full-zip closure
- Internal media pocket
- Bonded-zip hand pockets
- Regular fit
- Item #TNF01ZF
- Q & A
Skip! Dont buy!
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
- Fit: True to size
- Size Bought: Small
Product is not TNF brand acceptable. Material does not keep you warm, easily damaged with material pitting and pulls without any strenuous activity.
Inital wear of hoodie feels good but dont do any activity in this as its not made for the outdoors.
Unsatisfied and not sure if buying online without trying on in-store is worth it now.
Such a hassel to payfor shipping and sending back!
- Familiarity: I returned this product before using it
- Size Bought: XL
Received the jacket and quickly returned it!
The jacket is a darker grey instead of the lighter whitish grey pictured.
It feels like a cheap rubber-like material with NO fleece inside. How the heck can this be warm?
TNF's description of their clothing is absolutely terrible and their pictures are non-existent if you want to see the interior of the jackets.
TNF should just stop making all variations of the fleece jackets to sell and just concentrate on the existing Quality of its products.
Just pay for the return postage cost!
Backcountry provides a postage paid UPS label and, if used, the cost will be deducted from the total purchase price. The prepaid label cost less than the actual shipping UPS charge when you have the item weighed at a UPS store.
Is this jacket (somewhat) windproof?
Is it snug?
Is it warm for cool autumn or cold winter temps (~40-60F)?
Are handpockets lined?