Patagonia Organic Cotton Quilt Full-Zip Hoodie - Women's

Patagonia Organic Cotton Quilt Full-Zip Hoodie - Women's
Patagonia Organic Cotton Quilt Full-Zip Hoodie - Women's
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Organic Cotton Quilt Full-Zip Hoodie - Women's by Patagonia
If you're tired of regular hoodies letting you down on the trail, turn to the Patagonia Women's Cotton Quilt Full-Zip Hoodie for warmth and comfort that can keep up. Quilted fabric enhances warmth without adding bulk, while rib knit side panels and underarm gussets unlock greater mobility for scrambling over rocks and tackling tough trails. The three-panel hood provides superior coverage for better protection from the elements, and zippered hand pockets keep you from losing essentials in the woods. And with its standard fit and understated style, you'll probably end up wearing this hoodie on the daily, whether you're getting after it or not.

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