Patagonia Raven Rocks Hooded Jacket - Women's

Patagonia Raven Rocks Hooded Jacket - Women's
Patagonia Raven Rocks Hooded Jacket - Women's
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Raven Rocks Hooded Jacket - Women's by Patagonia
The alarm goes off, it's still dark outside, and you know it's going to be a cold morning to commute to work. You peer into your coat closet on your way out the door and immediately grab the overstuffed, urban savvy Patagonia Raven Rocks Hoodie. It is going to keep you nice and cozy while you wait for the train thanks to the 700-fill-power recycled down. The face fabric is treated with DWR so even if some snow gets blown around you'll stay dry meaning the down can do its thing and keep you toasty. The wind won't phase you either, since you've got elastic smocking in the cuffs and hem that seal out those pesky gusts. Best yet, the whole jacket is 100% recycled (shell, liner, and down) saving materials and reducing emissions.

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