Patagonia Micro D Neck Gaiter

Patagonia Micro D Neck Gaiter
Patagonia Micro D Neck Gaiter
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Micro D Neck Gaiter by Patagonia
You know what's sweet about the Patagonia Micro-D Neck Gaiter' Besides the 85%-recycled polyester two-layer fabric' The tube construction. It means no side seams so it's fuzzy-soft all the way around.

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SKU: PAT2690
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