Patagonia Retro Pile Marsupial Pullover - Women's

Patagonia Retro Pile Marsupial Pullover - Women's
Patagonia Retro Pile Marsupial Pullover - Women's
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Retro Pile Marsupial Pullover - Women's by Patagonia
As comfortable as a pouch-bound baby kangaroo, the Retro Pile Marsupial Pullover takes inspiration from Patagonia's fleece heritage and love of the outdoors. Guaranteed to keep you warm and cozy, this uber-soft pullover couldn't make sitting around a campfire any more pleasant. Double-sided shearling polyester fleece is extra soft and provides reliable warmth for brisk weather. A tall standing collar alongside a marsupial handwarmer pocket kicks the warmth factor up a notch when chilly winds pick up. Straightened side seams mean this pullover is made for layering, so when temperatures drop throw on an extra base layer and don't miss out on s'mores. The generous quarter-zip style makes taking the jacket on and off a cinch and helps you cool down when the campfire heats up. With a laid-back style and serious softness, you can camp comfortably knowing that this luxurious feeling is sustainably sourced from 100% recycled polyester.

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