The North Face Mens Cornice II Fleece
All about this product
The North Face's Men's Cornice II is made from a fully recycled and super-soft fleece, making it not only perfect for taking the chill off a cool spring morning, but also a fantastic choice for sustainability. The cozy microfleece fabric is super soft for next to skin comfort, and the quarter length front zipper provides adequate ventilation and temperature regulation where required. Additional features include UPF 30 sun protection from harmful UV rays, a funnel neck for additional warmth and a classic embroidered logo at the chest for style.
- Ideal use: Hiking and everyday
- 100% Recycled microfleece polyester
- UPF 30 Sun protection
- The North Face embroidered chest logo
- Temperature regulating
- Quarter front zipper
- Long sleeves
- Funnel neck
- Fit: Regular
The North Face
Everyday Walking, Hiking
User Reviews (1540)
About this brand
Few brands inspire confidence like The North Face. Year after year they make some of the best ski wear on the market. Bold colours, flattering fits and this year there’s something even more exciting in the line-up, a new fabric they’ve developed to deliver superior comfort, FUTURELIGHT. An added bonus of FUTRELIGHT is its eco-friendly credentials. Recycled materials go into the product, the waterproof coating comes from PFC-free chemicals while the factory is solar powered. The North Face is named after the coldest, most unforgiving side of a mountain. But it was actually founded in 1966 at an altitude of 150 feet above sea level, on a beach in San Francisco’s North Beach area. Their mission is to provide the best gear, support the preservation of the outdoors and inspire exploration. Judging from this year’s collection, which matches style and rugged protection, they’re still very much on track.
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