The North Face Better Than Naked Singlet - Women's


Body Fabric 99 g / sq m 91% Polyester, 9% Lycra® Single Jersey
Panel Fabric 140 g / sq m 92% Polyester, 8% Elastane Knit Mesh and 111 g / sq m 85% Nylon, 15% Lycra® Single Jersey

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Manufacturer's Description

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Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

This athlete-tested singlet is crafted with lightweight FlashDry fabric that wicks away moisture and smooth, stitch-free seams so that the only thing you're focused on come race day is the finish line. Body-mapped ventilation keeps you cool even on hot summer days.

- The North Face

With a moisture-wicking FlashDry treatment and body-mapped ventilation, the Women's Better Than Naked Singlet from The North Face is a performance top designed to keep you comfortable in hot weather. The polyester-knit fabric not only dries quickly, it's also extremely comfortable. Thanks to the singlet's stitch-free sewing in critical areas, you can run all day and never worry about chafing or discomfort.


Features of The North Face Women's Better Than Naked Singlet Body-mapped ventilation Stitch-free on critical seams 360Adeg Reflectivity

- Moosejaw

This lightweight FlashDry(TM) singlet with stitch-free construction and jacquard ventilation on the back provides optimum comfort on long runs.

- Rocky Mountain Trail

The North Face Women's Better Than Naked Singlet


The North Face Women's Better Than Naked Singlet is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen July 7, 2018 at

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