Patagonia Diamond Capra Jacket - Women's

Patagonia Diamond Capra Jacket - Women's
Patagonia Diamond Capra Jacket - Women's
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Diamond Capra Jacket - Women's by Patagonia
You know how cartoon characters seem to be totally fine with wearing the exact same clothes in every episode' Well that'll be you in the Patagonia Diamond Capra Jacket. Soft-wearing, warm, and versatile, this jacket will be your everyday go-to for fall, winter, and any other time you can find an excuse to wear it. Ideal for use as fall outerwear and winter layering, this jacket is made from a cozy shearling fleece knit into a diamond-shaped cable pattern, giving you a classic look and warm-wearing comfort. A high collar with button snaps keeps your neck warm and the elements out, perfect for those times when windy weather interrupts your peaceful fall hikes. Raglan style sleeves provide added mobility for use as a layer during active winter pursuits, and when it's time to lay back in the lodge you can rest cold hands in cozy handwarmer pockets.

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