When your boy begs for one last camping trip before the snow sets in, pack the gear into the car, layer him up in the Patagonia Boys' Down Sweater Vest, and hit the road. Filled with traceable down insulation, this vest traps heat to keep his core warm when he's helping you set up the tent. The durable shell resists tears when he's out gathering wood for the fire and keeps wind and moisture at bay during that breezy afternoon hike. A high collar offers extra protection from the elements, while zippered pockets ensure he won't lose his pocket knife along the way.
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