Patagonia Mojave Trails Coaches Jacket - Men's

Patagonia Mojave Trails Coaches Jacket - Men's
Patagonia Mojave Trails Coaches Jacket - Men's
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Mojave Trails Coaches Jacket - Men's by Patagonia
Insulated and resistant to wet, blustery weather, the Patagonia Mojave Trails is a versatile everyday jacket that tags along in protective comfort for everything from quick hikes after work to bustling city commutes in changing weather. Patagonia outfitted this jacket with a tough, water-resistant face fabric to help moisture roll off your back when light rain interrupts the day, along with Thermolite insulation throughout to give you the perfect amount of warmth to handle shoulder-season temps.

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