Patagonia Cable Capra Hoodie - Women's

Patagonia Cable Capra Hoodie - Women's
Patagonia Cable Capra Hoodie - Women's
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Cable Capra Hoodie - Women's by Patagonia
Whether you're slowly rolling out of bed for a full day of indoor lounging or ramping up for a long autumn hike into the deep, fog-laced redwoods, the Patagonia Cable Capra Hoodie comforts like you know a fleece hoody should. Patagonia uses recycled polyester on the outside and inside of the Cable Capra, which warms the body and the eco-conscious soul. For those days when you want a little more comfort from the rough work-week, the marsupial front pouch unzips from both sides. And the soft fleece hood overlaps at the neck to create a cozy insulated cocoon when you need that extra bit of security from the chilly autumn winds.

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SKU: PATZ9L5
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