The North Face Chrissie Hoodie

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

On warmer ski days when you don't need to bundle up, but want to stop winds from sapping your warmth, pull on the women's Chrissie Hoodie from The North Face. A colorful softshell exterior stops cold breezes while the soft interior fleece backing gives next-to-skin comfort. Keep the backs of your hands protected when you use the thumbholes, plus, when it comes time to layer, don't worry up the zippers getting too bulky since this hoodie boasts an asymmetrical zipper.

- Mountain Gear

The North Face WomenAs Chrissie Softshell Jacket brings fresh style to technical performance. Thanks to its water-resistant, breathable, stretchy material, this bold piece of eye candy makes a great midlayer or spring-skiing outer shell.


Whether you re in Banff or Jackson Hole, be a stand-out in any mountain town with this colorful soft shell. Durable exterior fabric boasts a soft fleece backer for next-to-skin comfort. Asymmetrical zip eliminates irritation at chin and switches up the norm. Thumb holes at cuffs.

- The North Face

The Chrissie Hoodie from The North Face features an asymmetrical zipper and contrast lining. The stylish look of this softshell will have all eyes on you. PRODUCT FEATURES: Cool color blocking Asymmetrical zipper and contrast lining Adjustable fixed hood Asymmetrical zip entry Hand pockets Rib cuffs and hem Monkey thumbholes Half Dome stitch TNF script embroidery PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS: Fabric: 3L TNF Apex Universal soft shell with fleece backer

- Appalachian Outdoors

The North Face Chrissie Hoodie

previously retailed for:
$47.97 - $80.00

The North Face Chrissie Hoodie is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen January 15, 2013 at Mountain Gear.

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