Summit Series Pro 120 Crew Women’s

Summit Series Pro 120 Crew Women’s

The North Face

$100.00

With low-profile seams to minimize bulk and maximize comfort, the Women’s Summit Series Pro 120 Crew is a mountain-ready, lightweight base layer made for any type of cold-weather exploration. DotKnit fabric helps manage moisture build-up and thumb holes at the cuff prevent the sleeves from riding up when worn with additional layers.
  • Double-knit DotKnit fabric features targeted yarn construction for optimized moisture management
  • Engineered holes in the face fabric accelerate moisture transfer
  • Raglan sleeves and underarm gussets for mobility
  • Minimal seams for reduced bulk
  • Merrow stitching for strength and comfort against the skin
Weight: 4.62oz / 131g

Description

With low-profile seams to minimize bulk and maximize comfort, the Women’s Summit Series Pro 120 Crew is a mountain-ready, lightweight base layer made for any type of cold-weather exploration. DotKnit fabric helps manage moisture build-up and thumb holes at the cuff prevent the sleeves from riding up when worn with additional layers.

  • Double-knit DotKnit fabric features targeted yarn construction for optimized moisture management
  • Engineered holes in the face fabric accelerate moisture transfer
  • Raglan sleeves and underarm gussets for mobility
  • Minimal seams for reduced bulk
  • Merrow stitching for strength and comfort against the skin

Weight: 4.62oz / 131g

Additional information

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