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Don't stay indoors on the cold days. Just don the Patagonia Men's Simple Synchilla Fleece Jacket and walk out the door. Its partially recycled Synchilla fleece warms your bones whether you're on a chilly trail or a cold sidewalk, and Polartec Thermal Pro provides plenty of warmth for your upper body. Y-Joint sleeves provide an ease of movement, and all the pockets are zippered for extra security.

  • Partially recycled Synchilla fleece body
  • Polartec Thermal Pro fleece paneling
  • Regular fit, hip length
  • Y-Joint sleeves
  • Zippered chest and hand pockets
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The last one lasted since 1990.

  • Fit:True to size

I have been waiting to get another Synchilla Patagonia for a winter work jacket for quite a few years.

They went on sale and it was an easy decision.

What I like about them is the fact I can wear one and not get overheated. When you are climbing around like a monkey stick framing a house up in the ceiling rafters the last thing you want is to be sweating like a pig getting overheated. These jackets allow you to haul ass and not overheat. When it is lunchtime having a different jacket to throw on isn't a bad idea, but this thing allows you to vent the heat you don't want.

They aren't the best for windy days but if you are working hard you really don't notice it.

It is too bad I am going to destroy it sooner than later. It is a nice jacket to be getting caulking and cement residue all over it. If it lasts as long as the last one It is worth every penny and then some.

The only thing I wish it had was a cinch to close up the drafts from the waist of the jacket.

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

Overall, it's nice soft and warm. It isn't very windproof though unless your wearing at least a long-sleeve shirt under. It looks classy and sporty at the same time but that's just Patagonia.