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The North Face
Windy Peak Printed Anorak - Women's

1 out of 5 stars
1 Review

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Why We Like The Windy Peak Printed Anorak

Howling winds don't mean a thing when we have our Wind Peak Printed Anorak. It uses The North Face's feathery light WindWall fabric to prevent those gales from piercing to our cores while we're exposed on tall rock faces or when scrambling up rocky mountainsides. A DWR finish helps brush off light morning moisture while its half-zip design lets us open up to or hide away from the weather.


  • Everyday windbreaker with a fun design
  • WindWall fabric is lightweight and windproof
  • Half-zip design allows adjustable coverage
  • Stows into kangaroo pocket for easy packability
  • Reflective front and back logos keep you visible
  • Drop-tail hem provides extra rear coverage
  • Item #TNFZBTU
WindWall (100% nylon, DWR finish)
not sealed
Center Back Length
adjustable, elastic binding
1 kangaroo
Claimed Weight
hiking, climbing, bouldering, casual
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1 out of 5 stars

January 31, 2023

Fake North Face jacket

I was really disappointed went I received this jacket- it’s clearly not a true north face jacket- the logo is transferred onto a cheap jacket. I ordered a North Face anorak for my daughter from another website and it has the true logo on the zipper, black tag, and outside of the pouch. Do yourself a favor and spend the extra $40 for a real North Face. I’m surprised you haven’t been sued for stealing their logo.

Amy B