Retro Pile Jacket
Waking up in the woods is one of life's simple joys, and when you're out on a family camping trip you can wrap your little one up in the Patagonia Retro Pile Jacket to fight off the early-morning chill. It's made with a soft and fuzzy double-sided shearling fleece that'll keep them warm and toasty as they help you gather kindling. Rib-knit cuffs seal out the cold and keep their body heat in as the fire heats up, and cozy hand pockets work to warm up cold fingers or hold the daily treasure finds of pine cones and cool looking rocks.
- Cozy fleece jacket for cool mornings at the campsite
- Shearling fleece is soft and fuzzy for ultimate comfort
- Fixed hood keeps their ears warm as they wander the woods
- Comfortable rib-knit cuffs help seal out the cold
- Open hand pockets let them stash wilderness treasures
- Full-length button snaps make it easy to get on or off
- Item #PAT030J
- Responsible Collection
- Certified B-Corp, Recycled/Repurposed, Responsibly Sourced
- 100% recycled polyester
- Fleece Weight
- Center Back Length
- [size 4T] 16.5in
- 2 hand
- Claimed Weight
- Manufacturer Warranty
3.5 based on 2 ratings
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December 15, 2022
- I've put it through the wringer
Absolutely love this. I bought last year in 12-18mo sizing for my 8mo old. At now 20mo, he still has room in it. I didn’t notice any abnormal wear. Happy he got two seasons out of it and will hold on if we have another! Highly recommend. Purchasing as a gift for my nephew!
November 30, 2020
- I've used it several times
I have two sons and thought this would be a good investment piece that my older could wear and pass down to my younger son when he grows out of it. It pills badly and you can pretty much see the layer of fabric underneath the fuzzy material, the snaps are getting sunk into the fabric making it difficult to button. This isn't something he wears everyday. He wore it a few times when it was purchased in February and then didn't wear it again until October when it started to get cold again. It's never been in the dryer. I don't know if it's this material or all Patagonia products. I expected better quality from Patagonia since they preach about buying less.
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