Patagonia Better Sweater Fleece Jacket - Men's

Patagonia Better Sweater Fleece Jacket - Men's
Patagonia Better Sweater Fleece Jacket - Men's
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Better Sweater Fleece Jacket - Men's by Patagonia
When the leaves start to fall and the temperatures begin to take a dive, it's important to have a trusty fleece to get you through the cold months. The Patagonia Better Sweater Fleece Jacket is a cozy everyday fleece that'll join you on autumn hikes, apres ski sessions, and all of your everyday activities. From the office to the mountains, this Patagonia staple keeps you toasty warm thanks to its soft inner fleece, which now features an entirely recycled construction. The sweater-like outer fabric provides a clean and casual look, and the full-zip design lets you vent how you need to if you start to warm up throughout the day. This full-zip jacket also offers more storage than the pullover Better Sweater, with two zippered hand pockets and a convenient chest pocket to keep your everyday essentials securely tucked away.

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SKU: PAT02Y3
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