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Put a little kick in your step and zip in your kick with the Patagonia Women's All Weather Skirt. Running never felt as free and easy as it does in this skirt/short combo; technical fabrics work to keep you cool and comfortable while the action-inspired design gets you ready to move.

  • Quick-wicking fabric gets rid of excess moisture and speeds up evaporation to bolster your body's natural cooling process
  • Integrated shaped boy short hugs your legs for chafe-free comfort
  • Wide, elastic-free waistband offers a comfortable, flattering fit; includes a flat drawcord to hold it in place
  • UPF 15 shields you from the sun
  • Rear envelope pocket and two small pockets in front waist hold small essentials
  • Reflective hits help drivers see you when you're running after dark

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4 5

Good skirt, liner needs improvement

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times
  • Fit: True to size

After watching Darcy Africa winning the Hard Rock 100 Endurance Run in these Patagonia skirt, I decided it's finally time to mix it up a little. I've always run in shorts, so when I first put the skirt on, it felt really light and floaty absent of the fabric in between the legs in a pair of shorts. Fabric is light and stretchy. I can put my iPhone in the rear center pocket - it doesn't have a zipper but it still felt secure. There are 2 rear side pockets for gels, and they have a bit of rubbery strips on the top to prevent things coming out. Length is spot on, providing enough coverage for me (5'6"). The "deep space" color with a strip of sky blue at the waist looks different enough from everyday black, but still goes with most of colored shirts in my wardrobe. The only con is the liner. The seams seem to be really bulky. So far they haven't bothered me on my multiple 5-6 mile runs, but I haven't had a chance to do a long run in them to tell whether they will rob. But hey, if Darcy Africa can run ~28 hours in these nonstop, they are probably good enough for everyone else :-)