The North Face Ventrix Crew Sweater

Dec 13, 2018

Category: Gear

Outdoor gear giant The North Face released their Ventrix jacket last year and it was an advanced piece of functional outerwear. With their brand new Ventrix Crew sweater, the backcountry brand created a high-tech pullover with style cooler than a freshly powdered mountaintop.

The pullover uses innovative Ventrix stretch synthetic insulation where the perforations in the polyester fabric of the sweater will open and close to release or hold in heat based on your motion. Basically, it will cool you down when you need it to and keep you warm when things get chilly. It has a side zipper so you can put it on or take it off easily, integrated thumb-loop cuffs, and a design made for skiing and snowboarding. This pullover is perfect for action on the slopes or relaxing back at the cabin. Get yourself an early Christmas present and pick up the Ventrix Crew sweater right now.

Purchase: $200

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