Patagonia Crosstrek Hooded Jacket - Women's

Patagonia Crosstrek Hooded Jacket - Women's
Patagonia Crosstrek Hooded Jacket - Women's
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Crosstrek Hooded Jacket - Women's by Patagonia
Golden, orange, and red leaves crinkle and crunch under foot as you walk along the path in the park,. Suddenly the crisp breeze picks up and the colors go flying. You can enjoy this seasonal magic to the fullest because you don't have to worry about being cold; you're wearing Patagonia's Crosstrek Hooded Jacket. Constructed for your chilly adventures, the jersey knit exterior fends off the cold while the fleecy interior keeps you cozy. The Crosstrek's flat seam stitching rules out chaffing and were sewn to give you full range of motion while you chase the leaves in the wind. This jacket was built to be sleek, to make layering easy and as comfortable as possible. The relaxed hood makes it an easy endeavor to put up your hood if you're worried about getting tree pieces in your hair.

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