Patagonia Retro Pile Jacket - Men's

Patagonia Retro Pile Jacket - Men's
Patagonia Retro Pile Jacket - Men's
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Retro Pile Jacket - Men's by Patagonia
Maybe you spend your autumn days enjoying the foliage on your favorite local trails, or maybe you have to take in the crisp air in short bursts as you bounce around town running errand after errand. No matter how you spend your fall free time, the Patagonia Retro Pile Jacket will be right there with you offering cozy warmth and next-to-skin comfort. This vintage-inspired jacket gives you simple style and fall-ready warmth thanks to its double-sided shearling fleece, which is now made with entirely recycled materials. Offering soft and fuzzy comfort, this high-pile fleece is ideal for chilly fall temps, and the jacket's full-zip design makes it easy to change up your layers underneath, so you can wear it all the way up until the snows start to fall.

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SKU: PAT02Y9
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