The North Face Halftrack Hoodie

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Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

Wear as a midlayer while killing the terrain park or with your worn out jeans at the local watering hole, the Halftrack Hoodie from The North Face is home on the street or on the hill. Fleece backer adds a touch of warmth and no one can see you while wearing the camo print.

- Mountain Gear

Equally at east on the slopes or at the lodge, this new wind and water-resistant hoodie lets you blend in to any room with a cool camouflage print. Constructed from TNF Apex Universal 2L fabric for slight stretch for unrestricted mobility.

- The North Face

Free Shipping. The North Face Men's Halftrack Hoodie DECENT FEATURES of The North Face Men's Halftrack Hoodie Wind resistant, water resistant, breathable Cinch hood Kangaroo pockets The SPECS Average Weight: 25.4 oz / 720 g Center Back Length: 27.75in. TNF Apex Universal 2L print with fleece backer Rib-knit cuff Hem and hood This product can only be shipped within the United States. Please don't hate us.

- Moosejaw

Equally at ease on the slopes or the local brew pub; a wind- and water-resistant hoodie with a cool camo print. Wind resistant, water resistant, breathable. Cinch hood. Kangaroo pockets. TNF(TM) Apex Universal 2L print with fleece backer, rib-knit cuff, hem and hood. Length from center of back: 27.75". 720 g (25.4 oz).

- Rocky Mountain Trail

The North Face Halftrack Hoodie

previously retailed for:
$49.48 - $110.00

The North Face Halftrack Hoodie is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen May 28, 2014 at

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