Whether you're throwing it over a fleece for some chilly belaying or layering it under a shell to keep warm on a cold powder day, the Patagonia Down Sweater Hooded Pullover is there with lightweight warmth whenever you need it. This new twist on a Patagonia staple works great as an insulating layer for all your alpine needs. Its pullover design saves weight but stays warm with 800-fill Advanced Global Traceable Down that's certifiably sustained from farms with ethical practices. When you rock it as an outer layer around town or at the crag, you're covered against the weather with a windproof recycled ripstop fabric that's treated with DWR (Durable Water Repellent) to shed off light rain and snow. For gear storage and everyday convenience you've got a front kangaroo pocket, while a zippered drop-in torso pocket doubles as a stuff sack to maximize the packability of your jacket.
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Patagonia Down Sweater Hooded Pullover - Men's
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