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The North Face Apex Climateblock Tight

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Retailers' Descriptions

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Running isn't a seasonal sport to you--it's a passion with no sense of time. The North Face Women's Apex ClimateBlock Tight is right there with you. With three layers of windproof, water-resistant laminate, this stretchy softshell tight will keep you warm and dry when the cold gales roll in. A tri-pocket storage system lets you carry keys and cash, and 360-degree reflectivity means you can start before sunrise or stay out after dark, or both.

- Backcountry.com

The Apex ClimateBlock Tight from The North Face is the perfect soft shell tight for early morning or evening winter runs and Nordic skiing. 360 degrees of reflectivity assure you'll be plenty visible while the next-to-skin material will wrap you in warmth and comfort. A Durable Water Repellent keeps you dry in misty conditions. Concentrate on your run instead of your tights with fitted stretch, windproof fabric and a tri-pocket storage system.

- Mountain Gear

Technical next-to-skin soft shell performance pant has 360-degrees of reflectivity to ensure you are visible on early morning or late evening winter runs. Windproof, breathable soft shell fabric at body is treated with DWR (durable water repellent) finish, with stretch elastane knit at knees for unrestricted strides.

- The North Face

A next-to-skin soft shell from The North Face, the Apex ClimateBlock Tights feature stretch panels for breathable windproof protection and 360 degrees of reflectivity-ideal for early morning or evening winter runs.


The North Face Women's Apex Climateblock Tight

previously retailed for:
$33.98 - $150.00

The North Face Women's Apex Climateblock Tight is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen December 3, 2013 at Backcountry.com.

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