Patagonia Re-Tool Snap-T Fleece Pullover - Women's

Patagonia Re-Tool Snap-T Fleece Pullover - Women's
Patagonia Re-Tool Snap-T Fleece Pullover - Women's
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Re-Tool Snap-T Fleece Pullover - Women's by Patagonia
When it comes to comfort, the Patagonia Women's Re-Tool Snap-T Fleece Pullover is queen. This luxurious pullover knows a thing or two about plush coziness thanks to its high-pile Polartec Thermal Pro fleece, which retains serious warmth--without the bulk. Additionally, the fabric is bluesign certified and touts a partially recycled construction, while the stand-up collar features a double layer of fleece, making it a formidable adversary against bitter winter chills. A four-snap front placket offers a customizable look, and the kangaroo-inspired handwarmer pocket provides warm respite for chilled hands. Not to mention, the princess seams assure a finished, effortless look that's equally at home on your couch as it is at the corner coffee shop.

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