The North Face Denali Hoodie

0 reviews
5-star:   0
4-star:   0
3-star:   0
2-star:   0
1-star:   0

Specs

Weight 25.0 oz / 710 g
Abrasion Fabric Laundered 2-Ply Nylon (Bluesign® Approved Fabric)
Body Fabric Recycled Polartec® 300 Series Fleece with DWR Finish (Bluesign® Approved Fabric)

Manufacturer's Description

Visit The North Face's Denali Hoodie page.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

On Sale. Free Shipping. The North Face Women's Denali Hoodie FEATURES of The North Face Women's Denali Hoodie Zip-in-compatible integration with complementing garments from The North Face Abrasion-reinforced shoulders and chest Napoleon chest pocket Attached hood with drawcord Media pocket Hem cinch-cord Fleece-lined hood Front hood adjustment Two hand pockets Elastic-bound cuffs SPECIFICATIONS of The North Face Women's Denali Hoodie Standard fit Average Weight: 24.69 oz / 700 g Center Back Length: 26in. Body: Recycled Polartec 300 Series fleece Repreve fibers and DWR Abrasion: Two-ply laundered nylon This product can only be shipped within the United States. Please don't hate us.

- Moosejaw

A favorite fleece among outdoor enthusiasts, this hoodie is made from durable, soft Polartec 300 series recycled fleece using REPREVE fibers. Abrasion-resistant panels at the shoulders, torso, elbows, and hood for added durability at these high-stress areas. Made with 56-84% recycled content (pre- and/or post-consumer sources), the material in this product helps divert waste from landfills and saves valuable resources.

- The North Face

The North Face Denali women's hoodie features warm, cozy Polartec 300 Series fleece that insulates and guards against winter chill. This Denali offers the extra protection of a hood.

- REI

The North Face gives you more to love with the Women's Denali Hooded Fleece Jacket. Thanks the brilliant addition of a hood, you get more of the expedition-weight fleece. What's more, the entire jacket is made from recycled and environmentally-certified materials for reduced greenhouse gas emissions and gasoline consumption.

- Backcountry.com