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Patagonia R1 Hooded Fleece Pullover - 1/2-Zip - Men's

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    Minimal design for maximum possibilities.

    Whether you're layering up for an alpine ascent, ski mountaineering, or cool weather climbing, you'll be happy with the Patagonia Men's R1 Fleece Hooded Pullover. Utilizing Polartec Power Grid fleece, the R1 delivers exceptional stretch, a good amount of warmth, and a high level of breathability, making it great on its own or layered under a shell. Polygiene permanent odor control shrugs the resulting odors of time well spent in the mountains, while its slim fit, snug-fitting hood, and discreet thumbholes reduce bulk when it's worn as a midlayer.

    • Polartec Power Grid fleece fabric
    • Polygiene permanent odor control
    • Slim fit
    • 1/2-zip front zipper
    • Snug-fitting, balaclava-style hood
    • Thumbholes
    • Zippered chest pocket
    • Bluesign approved fabric
    • Item #PAT00V6

    Tech Specs

    Material
    Polartec Power Grid (93% recycled polyester, 7% spandex)
    Fit
    slim
    Hood
    yes, balaclava-style
    Pockets
    1 zippered chest
    Thumbholes
    yes
    Claimed Weight
    14.1 oz
    Recommended Use
    alpine & expedition, ski mountaineering, climbing
    Manufacturer Warranty
    lifetime

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    Reliable, go to piece

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
    • Fit: True to size
    • Size Bought: M

    This is one of those items that will cause heartache if (when) it stops being produced. I have owned 4 of these, and worn them for about 150 days each. They are worth their weight in gold as it is easy to regulate temperature, especially with this hooded version, which I would say is key. It is my go-to mid weight layer. If you tend to run very warm, I could see you would not favor this piece as much as those of us who run normal-cold

    R1 in the Arctic

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

    I have worn this hoodie teamed up with the Patagonia Capilene lightweight l/s crew, Stoic merino l/s 1/4 zip and a lightweight down jacket while snowshoeing and hiking in northern Greenland this spring. Temps have been down in the mid 20s during these trips and this layering system has kept me warm. The thumb holes have been great when I got too warm for gloves. And the 1/2 zip allowed for plenty of ventilation on the uphill climbs. I look forward to using this same system for some backpacking in Iceland and Norway this summer.

    R1 in the Arctic

    Perfect for everything!

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
    • Fit: True to size
    • Size Bought: Large

    I'd heard for years how great the R1 was, but somehow went until now without. I don't know what sort of voodoo magic they used to make this, but it is the perfect layer for every condition. I've used it to insulate a hardshell jacket on cold days, a rain coat on cool/wet days, and by itself in mild weather. Such a versatile piece will find its place in my backpack on every trip.

    This gets packed every single trip

      Literally every trip. Backpacking in Shenandoah? Yup. 14ers in Colorado? Snowboarding? Mount Rogers (surprisingly beautiful btw)? Yes. Weekend trip to the inlaws? Of course. It's a shame I have to take it off to wash it. For that reason I'll likely buy another, and probably one for the wife. Incredibly useful, comfortable, a great layering piece, or wear it alone. Glad I bought this one.

      Warm Layer

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

      Great hood, like the thumb holes and is very warm. I'm not the biggest dude but this is just a tad on the tight side in the shoulders and mid section. The most I can comfortably layer under it is a short or long sleeve shirt, which works for me. It is slim so my other layers all fit great over it which is the point anyway. It is very warm for a light weight layer. I received a medium as a gift, but if I was buying it in a store, I'd try on a large just to compare. The length is long enough that it will stay tucked in under a harness or waist belt, so I'd guess a large would be too baggy for me and what this piece is designed to do. I pretty much wear a medium in everything else, so I'd say it is true to size. It fits like a base layer should. If I had a complaint, it would be that the wrist cuffs are not very stretchy and its hard to pull the sleeves up, even though my forearms are not even close to hulk-size.

      Love it, little tight up top

      • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
      • Fit: Runs small
      • Size Bought: Medium

      Have been wearing mine around since receiving it last week, and love the look and most of the feel. It is, however, tight around the shoulders. I'm 5'11 150 pounds and didn't think I had particularly broad shoulders, so those that do might need to be a little wary (I have the medium). Torso length is good, arm length is good, overall a great pullover.

      Reliable, All-Around Fleece

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
      • Fit: True to size
      • Size Bought: Large

      Patagonia's R1 Fleece is one of my most use pieces of gear! Whether I'm out camping in Southern Utah or skiing the Wasatch, more often than not I'll have the R1 with me.

      While giving an excellent amount of warmth for its weight, the R1 is ideal for anyone looking for a light, warm, but still breathable fleece for adventuring pack.

      Love it!

      • Familiarity: I've used it several times
      • Fit: Runs small

      I bought the orange one. A little bright, but it's pretty awesome. Have gotten tons of compliments on it in the week I've been wearing it.

      Quality is great, as usual. Fit is a little small (I believe these are slim-fit, so I sized up). Nice and warm, but I have noticed that wind pierces straight through, so be prepared for that.

      R1 on the Road

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
      • Fit: True to size
      • Size Bought: Medium

      As a van dweller this is perfect, climbing and backpacking in Yosemite, Joshua Tree and now as I write this in Bishop CA I love having the R1. It's warm for in the mornings climbing, light enough to stuff away for the hot parts of the day and perfect for having as the sun goes down or sitting in the shade. It wicks well and layers amazingly for long climbs and cold adventures. A must have for an avid climber or backpacker!

      Great Layer

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

      I've used the R1 several times this winter in temps ranging from 18 degrees and windy, up to 50 degrees. I've been really impressed with it's warmth while still breathing well when I work up a sweat. Due to it's breathability you will need another layer to throw on when you stop moving but makes it perfect for high output activities. I would definitely recommend the R1 to anyone looking for an active layer in cold or chilly weather.

      Favorite Layer

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
      • Fit: True to size

      I really like the Patagonia R1 line. It seems like the perfect layer once the temps drop a little. Whether its just used as a hoodie, or a technical layer under a shell on the colder days, this is my go to. Fits true to size, and the hood fits snug so could be used under a helmet.

      Perfect for many uses

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

      I've had this jacket for two months now. I used it as a mid-layer, under a TNF Thermoball, hiking on the east coast in December. In January and February, I wore it with just a base layer underneath. while I was rock climbing in California This jacket is perfect. It works well for many activities and temperatures.

      It's not the warmest mid-layer, but it is the most versatile mid-layer I know of. Also, it looks quite stylish! I got the peppergrass green color and I've gotten several compliments wearing it on campus.

      Rad Mid-Layer

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

      I'm pretty darn stoked on my R1 Hoody. Comparing it to my BD Coefficient Hoody, the R1 is a little softer and warmer, thanks to a slightly larger grid pattern on the fleece. It's incredibly comfortable.
      As for fit, it's pretty much spot-on. It's not as slim as the BD Coefficient, so I was able to go with a size small in the R1 vs a medium with the BD. The R1's sleeves are about the same when compared to the medium Coefficient, but BD's hoody is considerably longer in the torso, which I like because it's easy to keep under a harness.
      All in all, I think I'm going to have a hard time choosing between the R1 and the Coefficient as my go-to mid-layer.

      5 star layer

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
      • Fit: True to size

      This piece only has 5 star reviews so that should tell u all u need to know. It is a great addition to anybody's cool/cold gear arsenal. Trim fit without being constricting makes it a great piece to layer with either a t-shirt or a compression shirt underneath. Personally, I wear a piece of cold-gear UA under this, then this, then a shell, and I can ski into very cold conditions. Bonus, u can wear it straight to the bar and meet that sweet spot of warm, comfortable, and casual. I actually own 2 of these and 1 of the full zip jackets and love all of them. 5f 10in and the medium is dialed in

      Favorite Layer

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
      • Fit: True to size
      • Size Bought: Large

      I never leave home without my Patagonia R1. It's the perfect layer for touring, climbing and anything else. The hood is my favorite feature - forgetting the fact that it makes me look like a teletubby, it fits under my helmet or hat comfortably and has enough coverage without being annoying. The material is extremely soft to the touch and pretty darn durable. It wicks well and dries quickly, keeping me comfortable during high aerobic pursuits. It fits true to size and is pretty close fitting. I'm 5'10 175 and sized up to a large for the longer length so it tucks nicely into my pants and stays tucked in - medium would have fit perfectly well otherwise.

      Favorite Layer

      Soooo warm.

      • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
      • Fit: True to size
      • Size Bought: Medium

      Just got this for Christmas from my mom. Thanks Mom! This piece rocks. It really packs a punch though. It's way to warm to wear as a layer on warmer days. But on any day below 32 degrees Its on my body. I got a medium and its a little snug but I don't mind that as I am wearing it as a layer underneath a jacket. In short, its super warm and I love it for storm riding.

      Go-to Piece

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
      • Fit: True to size
      • Size Bought: Large

      As my title implies, this is my go-to piece for layering for nearly every winter activity. From snowshoeing, to ice climbing, to A/T skiing, to you name it, this mid-layer does it all. The gridwork on the inside of the fleece allows for great breathability for higher output activities, but it is also very warm for its weight. It pairs perfectly over merino baselayers and under a shell.

      I've been working in Outdoor Retail for over 7 years and have seen Patagonia keep making this piece better and better with small incremental changes. Fall '15 saw a some pretty big changes. Overall, this is still the same kick-ass fleece, but I have to admit they've taken away some of my favorite things about it.

      For those of you who are familiar with some older versions, you'll automatically be able to feel the biggest change which is the feel; it is not as soft as it used to be on the outside. A benefit of this is that it is most likely more abrasion-resistant. However, even after one washing, the face fabric started to pill more than I'd expect. We'll see how this holds up over years of washing.

      Another change is the removal of the lighter-weight fleece on the bottom-third of the torso, wrist cuffs, and underarm gussets. I loved these features as they allowed you to tuck in the fleece into your pants for better warm without bulk, or under a glove. The armpit feature allowed for greater breathability. The new R1 Hoody has none of this.

      One change for the positive is the length of the zipper. The near 3/4 length allows you to dump a lot of heat if you're doing something really aerobic like skinning. The hood still kick ass too. It's come in handy for me during a mountaineering trip in the Wind River Range when I lost my touque.

      As a stand alone, the R1 Hoody is also a great top for shoulder season hiking when the temps dip a bit. Throw it on under a wind shell and you'll be set for some peak-bagging some 14ers too.

      I may be a little picky with the changes, but I'm still giving this a 5/5 for how well this fleece delivers. Don't like the hood? Too long? Pick up one of the pullovers or jackets that Patagonia make in the R1.

      No joke. This layer rocks!

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
      • Fit: True to size
      • Size Bought: Small

      It's easy to see a ton of five-star reviews for a piece of clothing and wonder to yourself, "Huh. It couldn't possibly be that awesome!"
      Oh, but I can assure you, stranger... it lives up to the hype. I've used this layer ever since I got into climbing a couple years ago, and I absolutely love this piece.

      The stretchy base of the fleece prevents it from riding up when you are reaching above your head. The scuba style hood provides a noticeable difference in warmth when worn, and the half zip allows for venting of heat when you're doing strenuous activity.

      I've worn this fleece for activities ranging from backpacking to winter cragging and it's the absolute best. After a couple seasons, the only wear that is visible is that the area near the cuffs have some small holes from crack climbing. However, the fleece itself is quite durable even for chimney and OW climbing.

      What are you waiting for? Get this and you won't regret it for a moment!

      No joke. This layer rocks!

      Super warm, even up high.

      • Familiarity: I gave it as a gift but have feedback to share
      • Fit: True to size
      • Size Bought: L

      Bought this as a gift for someone that works at a local ski resort. The weather has been cold this past week and he reports that this jacket has helped a lot. He uses it as a mid-layer, it runs true to size and is really soft and comfortable. It isn't restricting in any movements and isn't too bulky.