Patagonia SST Jacket

Patagonia SST Jacket
Patagonia SST Jacket
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SST Jacket by Patagonia
When you're spending long days along peaceful mountain rivers it's easy to focus more on the scenery than the fishing. Patagonia thinks so too, which is why they redesigned one of their most beloved fishing jackets to feature almost entirely recycled materials, easing the environmental cost during production so our wild spaces and streams can stay as healthy as possible.

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