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Patagonia Synchilla Fleece Vest - Men's

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    It's a classic for a reason.

    You can find Patagonia's classic Synchilla Fleece Vest at most national parks, climbing areas, and backpacking destinations. That's because outdoor enthusiasts have sworn by its long-lasting Synchilla fleece for years. Delivering midweight warmth, this vest will prove its versatility by keeping you comfy on chilly belays in summer and warmer days at the ski resort this winter. 

    • Synchilla fleece
    • Hip length
    • Elasticized bindings at cuffs and hem
    • Two zippered handwarmers
    • Item #PAT00H6

    Tech Specs

    Synchilla polyester fleece
    2 zippered handwarmer
    Claimed Weight
    10 oz
    Recommended Use
    backpacking, camping, hiking, skiing, climbing, casual
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    Just the Vest I Was Looking For

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

    I wanted a vest to wear over t-shirts and button down flannels on colder days that has a minimalist look. This fits the bill. The two hand pockets are amply-sized and zippered. The fleece is soft and comfortable, inside and out. Patagonia's quality craftsmanship is apparent throughout, and I expect this vest to last a long time.

    One gripe: The zipper hardware is standard size, but the pocket zippers jingle-jangle around when I walk. Weird gripe, but I think they smaller hardware would've been better--plastic or coated would've been fine, IMO.