5 Items from The North Face for Under $100

Apparel and accessories fit for colder weather
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Cable Minna Beanie; $35

This cable-knit beanie is a classic, with a practical twist—a fleece headband on the inside for added warmth. Available in eight colors, it’s a best seller and comes with high customer ratings, so you can be sure you’ll love it.

Etip Glove; $45

As technology evolves, so should our gloves—that’s the logic behind the Etip Glove. These touch-screen compatible fleece gloves will keep your hands toasty as you type away on your phone. The stretch fleece ensures a comfortable fit and a natural feel whether you’re out on the slopes or roaming city streets.

Men’s Warm Long-Sleeve Zip Neck; $60

It’s the layers that keep you warm in the winter and this top-rated base layer is a great place to start. With a slim next-to-skin fit and anti-odor FlashDry™ technology, this long sleeve will keep you warm, dry and smelling good all day.

Women’s Thatch Hoodie; $99

A quality hoodie is a must-have item in everyone’s closet and the Thatch Hoodie feels even better than it looks. The asymmetrical zippers, large pockets and generous length are the little details that help this jersey knit hoodie stand out from the rest.

Angstrom 20 Pack; $99

Packs are a vital accessory for any adventure. This slim and mighty pack is the perfect size for daylong and overnight trips. The 20-liter pack is hydration compatible, comes with a rain cover and has a stretchable front pocket for quick storage.

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