Patagonia Performance Better Sweater Fleece Jacket - Women's

Patagonia Performance Better Sweater Fleece Jacket - Women's
Patagonia Performance Better Sweater Fleece Jacket - Women's
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Performance Better Sweater Fleece Jacket - Women's by Patagonia
For argument's sake, there's nothing more uncomfortable than climbing in a gym that's both clammy and cold. However, thanks to the Patagonia Women's Performance Better Sweater Fleece Jacket, you're able to cut the chill and climb on without peeling your jacket off. And while you may be thinking that the Performance Better Sweater Fleece Jacket bears a striking resemblance to its big sister, this jacket differentiates itself with a lighter weight material and Polartec Power Stretch side panels that wick moisture, dry quickly, and assure unobstructed mobility. The princess seams, drop tail, and slim fit offer a chic look, while the zippered hand pockets secure necessities like your phone or snacks.

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