Patagonia Synch Fleece Poncho - Women's

Patagonia Synch Fleece Poncho - Women's
Patagonia Synch Fleece Poncho - Women's
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Synch Fleece Poncho - Women's by Patagonia
Fleece aficionados need not justify the Patagonia Women's Synch Fleece Poncho's overall awesomeness, and while your significant other may think that you own one too many fleeces, little do they know how magical this piece truly is; it is a fleece poncho with rad colorways, after all. The Synch Fleece Poncho sports the same fabric as the classic Snap T, yet with a poncho twist and relaxed fit that makes it all the more perfect for lazy afternoons when you're stuck at Camp Four waiting out the rain. The oversized hood and storm collar provide added coziness when the sun slips behind the horizon, and the two hand pockets store necessities like snacks or lip balm. Not that you needed any technical explanations or reasoning as to why this poncho is just about near perfect.

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SKU: PAT01LW
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