The North Face Womens 100 Glacier Full Zip Fleece Jacket

RRP: £75.00
You save £22.50

All about this product



Constructed with brushed, anti-pilling microfleece, the 100 Glacier Full Zip fleece provides unparalleled comfort and warmth. Say goodbye to pesky pills and hello to a soft and smooth feel against your skin. With its convenient full-zip feature, you can effortlessly adjust your temperature as needed. The fleece proudly showcases the iconic Half Dome logo of TNF, symbolizing your commitment to adventure and exploration. But that's not all: The 100 Glacier is crafted from 100% recycled polyester. By choosing this fleece, you're not only choosing superior quality, but you're also making a positive impact on the environment. Embrace your next adventure with the satisfaction of knowing you've made an eco-conscious choice. What sets this fleece apart is its compatibility with other zip-in garments from The North Face range. When the weather conditions demand additional protection, you can easily layer up and stay prepared. Customize your level of warmth and insulation effortlessly, thanks to the versatility of this fleece.

Technical details

Ideal use:

Hiking, Trekking, Skiing


100% Recycled polyester

Key features:

Zip-in compatible tape and snap and sleeve opening

Elasticated binding cuffs and hem

2 Zipped side pockets

Machine wash at 40°C

Full length front zipper

Triangle corded pull

Knited polar fleece

Long sleeves



Anti pilling

Brand logo

High Neck

Size and fit:

Fit: Regular



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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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