The North Face Velocitee Short

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Retailers' Descriptions

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Whether it's a weekend trail run, soccer practice, or a triple-digit summer day, The North Face Girls' Velocitee Short is up to the task. The lightweight polyester fabric keeps her comfy when she breaks a sweat, and the internal security pocket keeps her cash, lip balm, or phone safely stowed.

- Backcountry.com

On Sale. The North Face Girls' Velocitee Short FEATURES of The North Face Girls' Velocitee Short Encased elastic waistband with internal drawstring Self fabric binding Internal security pocket Reflective logo at left leg The SPECS Average Weight: 2.96 oz / 84 g Inseam: 3.5in. 70D 70 g/m2 100% polyester plain weave This product can only be shipped within the United States. Please don't hate us.

- Moosejaw

Versatile, woven 3.5 inseam shorts let her get mobile without restricting her movement. The comfortable elastic waistband adjusts with an internal drawstring for a perfect fit.

- The North Face

The North Face lets girls pick up the pace in their Velocitee Shorts. Girls will enjoy the fit and feel and appreciate the lightweight material that never weighs them down while they're on the go.

- REI

The North Face Versatile, woven 3.5" inseam shorts let her get mobile without restricting her movement. The comfortable elastic waistband adjusts with an internal drawstring for a perfect fit. Encased elastic waistband with internal drawstring. Self fabric binding. Internal security pocket. Reflective logo at left leg. Fabric: 70D 70 g/m2 100% polyester plain weave. Avg Weight: 84 g (2.96 oz). Inseam: 3.5 inches. Source: Imported. Guarantee: Lifetime Warranty. Available Color(s): TNF Black

- Tahoe Mountain Sports

The North Face Girls' Velocitee Short

Discontinued

The Girls' Velocitee Short has been discontinued.

previously retailed for:
$8.93 - $25.00

The North Face Girls' Velocitee Short is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen November 27, 2014 at Backcountry.com.

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