Summit L3 Ventrix™ Hoodie Men’s

Summit L3 Ventrix™ Hoodie Men’s

The North Face

$300.00

This super-lightweight, free-moving, durable hoodie features innovative Ventrix active insulation for bulk-free, spring-weight warmth and superior moisture management. A great layering piece on colder mountains. 
  • Stretch-woven cuffs with dissolvable yarn for added flexibility and comfort
  • Stretch-woven hood and Outer sleeves for mobility
  • 40 g Ventrix™ stretch synthetic Insulation in Body, 25 g in hood and sleeves; perforated throughout the back and chest panel for dynamic venting
  • High-CFM face fabric allows for breathability during high-output activity
  • Attached, helmet-compatible hood with a pre-tensioned elastic opening and rear adjustment
  • Concealed-zip chest pocket with internal mesh pouch
  • Exposed, water-resistant, reverse-coil center front zip
  • Zonal Insulation delivers targeted warmth
  • Raglan sleeves and underarm gussets for full arms-up mobility
  • Concealed-zip hand pockets with raised placement for access with a pack and harness
  • Flat front hem with elastic at rear for comfort and a clean fit under harness
  • No shoulder seams for comfort with a pack
  • Lightweight stuffsack included
Weight: 12.6oz / 357g
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