Patagonia Hi-Loft Hooded Down Sweater - Women's

Patagonia Hi-Loft Hooded Down Sweater - Women's
Patagonia Hi-Loft Hooded Down Sweater - Women's
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Hi-Loft Hooded Down Sweater - Women's by Patagonia
The Patagonia Women's Hi-Loft Hooded Down Sweater mixes sweater-like comforts into a lightweight yet ultra warm jacket that's packable enough for you to take anywhere. This jacket is warmer than Patagonia's standard Down Sweater, but manages to avoid the marshmallow-man look that often accompanies high-loft insulators. Its 600-fill 100% recycled down represents Patagonia's commitment to using sustainable practices to create quality products, while graduated quilting ensures high-loft for maximum warmth. A water-resistant shell sheds snowflakes and light rain to help keep you dry, and the fully recycled shell fabric continues the eco-friendly trend. This jacket also easily stows inside its own pocket for compact storage during climbing trips and ski vacations.

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