The North Face Grizzly Lake Flannel

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Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

Great on the rock or on the pavement, the Grizzly Lake LS Flannel Shirt from The North Face is designed to keep you in the outdoors longer with Cool Visions fabric - a polypropylene blend that manages moisture, is super quick-drying, and durable. A large double patch pocket accommodates passports or credit cards and a sun stand collar provides UV protection.

- Mountain Gear

A technical flannel shirt built for climbing, The North Face Grizzly Lake Flannel blends cotton with CoolVisions polypropylene for quick-drying performance, durability, and warmth without bulk.


North Face Mens LS Grizzly Lake Flannel - The North Face Men's Long Sleeve Grizzly Lake Flannel Shirt is a heritage-inspired, chunky sweater fleece with supreme warmth to weight ratio.

- Massey's Outfitters

Layer on the plaid this fall on the trail with this new technical plaid woven. Made with CoolVisions polypropylene fabric, this material delivers quick-drying performance and warmth without the bulk. Rustic topstitch detail at shoulder and pockets.

- The North Face

If a large, angry, fuzzy brown thing comes sniffing around your campsite, rear up on your hind legs, bare your chest within The North Face Grizzly Lake Flannel Shirt, and let out a hearty 'good morning!'


The North Face Grizzly Lake Flannel

previously retailed for:
$31.90 - $58.00

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

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