The days of the chunky and itchy wool sweater have ended, with Patagonia's eco-friendly, sleek Better Sweater jacket you no longer have to suffer for your warmth. Better than a traditional wool sweater and with a bulk-free design for layering, superior durability, and quick-drying properties, this polyester fleece is ideal for outdoor activities and casual comfort. Climbing with friends at the local crag or touring the farmer's market downtown' The Better Sweater jacket, will slip-on and zip-up for convenient comfort and warmth. The soft fleece interior insulates while the flat seams and knit face layer smoothly under a technical shell. Wear it over a T-shirt for mild spring weather and layer it under a ski shell for mid-winter performance. With a classic wool aesthetics and modern performance fabric, this sweater will keep you cozy year-round in a flattering contoured fit.
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