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The North Face TKA 100 Texture Masonic Hoodie - Womens

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Specs

Material:
  • Blend
Type:
  • Plain
Water Resistant:
  • Non Water Resistant
Water Repellent:
  • Non Bonded
Hood:
  • Yes
Zipper:
  • Full Zip
Fit:
  • Regular
Pockets: handwarmer
Lined:
  • No
Insulation:
  • Lightweight Insulation
Recommended Use:
  • School
  • Layering
  • Daily Wear
Manufacturer Warranty: 30 Day

Description: The North Face TKA 100 Texture Masonic Hoodie - Womens

The North Face TKA 100 Texture Masonic Hoodie has the ideal mix of soft fabrics, flexibility and breathability to form the perfect hoodie. This hoodie was made with the softest fleece in existence, and has been designed to use it as a single layer or underneath a winter coat as well, for maximum protection in freezing conditions. The exterior also has a surface texture that makes it unique. It comes with amazing Ultraviolet Protection Factor 30 to shield you from the sun when outside. In other words, the North Face Masonic hoodie will make sure you stay warm and in style during the wintertime.

Key Features of The North Face TKA 100 Texture Masonic Hoodie Fleece:
  • Ultraviolet Protection Factor (UPF) 30
  • Provides 7% more warmth and 20% more thermal efficiency at 11% less weight than original TKA 100
  • Provides warmth without the weight and bulk of traditional insulating fabrics
  • Highly breathable to provide comfort in all activities
  • Dries quickly to minimize heat loss
  • Pill-resistant face and back
  • Full zip hoodie
  • Media-friendly pocket and loop

TKA 100 Texture Masonic


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My daughter asked for it. You had the best price available.
Cathleen G on Nov 21, 2013
Does this jacket have thumb holes?
Paula A on Jan 21, 2014
Best Answer: Nope.
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