Patagonia Capilene Thermal Weight Hooded Zip-Neck Top - Men's

Patagonia Capilene Thermal Weight Hooded Zip-Neck Top - Men's
Patagonia Capilene Thermal Weight Hooded Zip-Neck Top - Men's
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Capilene Thermal Weight Hooded Zip-Neck Top - Men's by Patagonia
Cold days at the ski resort, shoulder season backpacking trips, early morning boulder sessions--if it's happening outside in cold weather, the Patagonia Capilene Thermal Weight Hooded Zip-Neck Top can handle it. Designed as a next-to-skin baselayer for performance in cold climates, this versatile piece is warm and breathable enough to wear as a light midlayer or fleece during active pursuits in transition seasons. Polartec Power Grid fabric delivers lightweight, temperature-regulating warmth, and wicks moisture to keep you dry when steep tree runs have you heating up.

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