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The North Face Men’s Belay Sun Hoodie

The North Face Men’s Belay Sun Hoodie is the ultimate companion for outdoor adventures in the Eastern Sierra. Designed specifically for rock climbing and mountain running, this hoodie offers exceptional protection and comfort without compromising style.

Crafted with an ultralight, 100% recycled fabric, this hoodie provides a relaxed fit that feels incredibly lightweight and non-restrictive. It's the perfect protective layer that doesn't feel like a "protective layer" at all. Whether you're climbing a wall or blazing through rugged trails, the Belay Sun Hoodie will keep you comfortable and agile throughout your adventures.

Equipped with UPF 40+ protection, this hoodie shields you from harmful UV rays, ensuring your skin stays safe under the intense Eastern Sierra sun. The extended collar adds an extra layer of sun protection around the neck, keeping you cool and protected during long days out on the wall or the trail.

The innovative FlashDry-XD™ materials used in this hoodie offer superior moisture-wicking capabilities. They efficiently manage sweat and moisture, keeping you dry and comfortable even during intense physical activity. Additionally, these materials have increased abrasion resistance, providing extra durability to withstand the demands of rock climbing and mountain running.

Designed with functionality in mind, the Belay Sun Hoodie features an attached, pre-tensioned, under-the-helmet hood with a bonded brim. This ensures a secure fit and optimal visibility while wearing a helmet. Taped shoulder seams reduce discomfort caused by pack straps, while underarm gussets allow for unrestricted mobility, enabling you to reach new heights with ease.

Prepare for your next outdoor expedition in the Eastern Sierra with confidence. The North Face Men’s Belay Sun Hoodie is the perfect blend of style, functionality, and protection, ensuring you're always ready to conquer the rock or traverse the challenging mountain trails.