When it comes to comfort, the Patagonia Women's Re-Tool Snap-T Fleece Pullover is queen. This luxurious pullover knows a thing or two about plush coziness thanks to its high-pile Polartec Thermal Pro fleece, which retains serious warmth—without the bulk. Additionally, the fabric is bluesign certified and touts a partially recycled construction, while the stand-up collar features a double layer of fleece, making it a formidable adversary against bitter winter chills. A four-snap front placket offers a customizable look, and the kangaroo-inspired handwarmer pocket provides warm respite for chilled hands. Not to mention, the princess seams assure a finished, effortless look that's equally at home on your couch as it is at the corner coffee shop.
- A warm, chic fleece for combating cool weather
- High-pile material is bluesign certified and retains warmth
- Stand-up collar doubles down on defense against nippy winds
- Princess seams and regular fit provide a sleek look
- Kangaroo-inspired pocket offers respite for cold hands
- Item #PAT2999
- Q & A
- Size Bought: small
- Height: 5'7"
- Weight: 115lbs
I went through the size guide twice and it came up with small both times. My daughter loved the feel of this but Small was too small for a thin 5'7" girl - we are returning for a medium. Quality is very good.
Patagonia Re-Tool video
Laura Kinman from Patagonia talks through the Re-Tool Snap T
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Patagonia Re-Tool Snap-T Fleece Pullover
Does the white one wash well?
Do they shrink up with washing/drying?
is this bandana blue color more of a royal blue/brighter or is it more of a navy blue/darker?
I'm wondering whether I should size up or down; I am 5'9 and weigh 160 and usually wear a size 10. I normally don't like to have my jackets too tight and that is why I am torn between a medium or large
Large or XL. I just ordered this for my daughter in a Medium. I tried it on and it was snug...I'm 5"8' and 145lbs. It seems to be more of a fitted style than loose.
Aqua stone/Beryl Green Cross-Dye: Which color is the aqua stone -- the overall main color? -- and is the trim the Beryl Green Cross-dye or what? Please tell me which is which. Thanks
So the "x-dye" denotation is referring to both dyes being mixed into the fabric. So the outcome of mixing Aqua Stone with Beryl Green is a lighter Beryl like you see here. The original Beryl looks like this:
Let me know if you have more questions!
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is this pullover lined?
Just fleece, no liner. Super cozy though. Never want to take this one off!
Like Adora said, it is not lined. I agree with her comment it is incredibly cozy for that reason (not wind proof though). I've always wondered why with other fuzzy fleeces they line it (like the Patagonia Retro pieces) because I would rather have the fuzzy cozy material on the interior!
How purple is that color? It looks almost greyish. Thanks.
It's definitely purple, and is more muted than the sheen in our photos might suggest. It's kind of a 'heather', with some white flecks in the mix that lighten up the overall color. Hope that makes sense-- if not give me a call!
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What is the center back length of a medium?