The North Face Osolita Jacket


Fabric 100% Polyester High-Loft Fleece

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Manufacturer's Description

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Retailers' Descriptions

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The North Face Girls' Osolita Jacket is a fleece jacket for staying warm on cool days. The High-loft fleece is 100% polyester and incredibly soft against the skin. She can wear it to school, by the camp fire, and even underneath a winter jacket. Zippered pockets secure all of her small treasures, just check for sticks of gum before throwing it in the wash. Features of The North Face Girls' Osolita Jacket Super soft and cozy High-pile fleece Zip hand pockets High loft fleece collar lining Embroidered logos ID label

- Moosejaw

CLOSEOUTS . So cuddly soft and delightfully warm, you might have a hard time getting your sweet girl out of The North Face Osolita fleece jacket. Zip pockets and a fold-over collar offer added warmth from the chilly air. Available Colors: SURF GREEN, LUMINOUS PINK, STARRY PURPLE, FORTUNA BLUE/SHOCKING ORANGE, BLOOM PURPLE, ICE GREEN, TNF BLACK, GRAPE MIST BLUE WAVY STRIPE, ROXBURY PINK WAVY STRIPE, GRAPEMIST BLUE. Sizes: XS, S, M, L, 2XS, XL.

- Sierra Trading Post

Ideal for quick adventures in warmer climates, this 35-degree ProDown bag is insulated with 650-fill ProDown , our natural insulation that features a water-resistant finish to absorb less water and dry faster than traditional down.

- The North Face

When the frosty leaves crunch beneath your little lady's feet this fall, warm up her walk to school with The North Face Girls' Osolita Fleece Jacket. Soft high-loft fleece reminds her of her favorite blanket on the couch back home, but with an elastic collar and cuffs, she'll be able to keep out the cold without looking like an old pigeon lady. A brushed collar comfortably hides her cheeks while the wind blows at the bus stop, and hand pockets keep her texting fingers warm for the next flurry of electronic gossip.