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The North Face Glacier 1/4 Zip

photo: The North Face Glacier 1/4 Zip fleece top


Price Current Retail: $38.99
Historic Range: $15.14-$60.00
Reviewers Paid: $55.00
Price MSRP: $35.00
Historic Range: $7.50-$40.00
Fabric Polartec® 100 Fleece 100% Polyester
Price MSRP: $35.00
Historic Range: $7.50-$40.00
Fabric Polartec® 100 Fleece 100% Polyester


2 reviews
5-star:   0
4-star:   2
3-star:   0
2-star:   0
1-star:   0

My girlfriend wears this pullover in all seasons in any situation where she thinks she might get cold. During the winter she uses it for running and casual outings out and about during the fall.


  • Lightweight
  • Tight enough but not to the point of uncomfort
  • Very warm for how light it is


  • No pockets

My girlfriend and I decided to hike a little of the Appalachian Trail. Nothing too hard or long just a little day hike on the trail. It was in north Georgia towards the end of winter. She bought a North Face quarter zip jacket. (Pink of course, that being her favorite color). North Face makes great jackets and this particular one she gets so much use out of.

It's great for layering or just wearing by itself. It's fairly thin yet made of fleece so it gives it the quality of being a very warm jacket. I think this is a very good quality pullover and would recommend this particular pullover to anyone who wants something thin but still guaranteed to stay warm.

She uses this jacket very often in the winter months for jogging and walking around her school campus. This also makes for a great layer to put on during a cold nights camp with the layer of a sleeping bag also.

She loves this simple pullover and recommends it to anyone!


Source: bought it new
Price Paid: $55

Great jacket. Bought it for my friend. She loves it. It is stylish and an easy grab. Being made by North Face also means it will keep you warm


  • Light
  • Easy
  • Cute

This jacket is an easy light jacket, great for kids.

Source: received it as a personal gift

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