The North Face Warm Long-Sleeve Zip Neck
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Providing midweight thermal protection and moisture management for low-to-medium intensity activities, The North Face Warm Zip Neck Top keeps you comfortable in cold weather.
- REI refers to the men's version
The North Face Men's Warm Zip-Neck Top is your essential midweight baselayer for charging hard on the slopes. And since nothing will chill you off faster than a clammy bottom layer, this 1/2-zip top features Flash-Dry Eco fabric for super-fast moisture-wicking and quick-drying performance. The stretch fabric offers a comfortable and mobile next-to-skin fit, and its anti-odor properties keep the top from stinking out the bar after you've finished your runs for the day.
- Backcountry.com refers to the men's version
The North Face Warm Zip-Neck base layer provides maximum thermal protection and moisture management for low- to medium-intensity activities in cold weather. FlashDry technology dramatically improves dry time and breathability.
- EMS refers to the men's version
An essential baselayer for breathable warmth during low- to medium-intensity activities in cold conditions, this versatile midweight zip-neck top has a slim, next-to-skin fit. The anti-odor polyester knit fabric features FlashDry Eco fibers to wick sweat away from the skin and dramatically speed drying time. Crafted with mechanical stretch for improved range of movement under mid-layers.
- The North Face refers to the men's version
Warm provides maximum thermal protection and moisture management for low- to medium-intensity activities in cold weather; constructed with strategically located flat-locked seams and an innovative polyester blend featuring The North Face(R) FlashDry(TM) technology that dramatically improves dry time and breathability. Mock neck. Half-zip front. Flat-locked seams. Logo tag. 170 g/m2 88% polyester, 12% polyolefin two-layer hi-mechanical stretch double knit with FlashDry(TM) fiber. Length from center of back: 28.5". 200 g (7.05 oz).
- Rocky Mountain Trail refers to the men's version