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Patagonia Synchilla Snap-T Fleece Pullover - Men's

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    As classic as it gets.

    The Patagonia Men's Synchilla Snap-T Fleece Pullover is about as classic as a peanut butter and jelly sandwich. And like a solid PB&J, the Snap-T is designed to withstand just about anything and everything you throw at it—including jelly from the sandwich itself. This classic fleece goes back to the first days of Patagonia (think 1985) so you know it's built to last. Additionally, the heavyweight fleece offers steadfast warmth, while the four-snap placket easily unsnaps, so you're able to cool off quickly should the temperatures begin to rise. Y-Joint sleeves provide unimpeded mobility in the shoulders and arms, and the chest pocket keeps small necessities secure and close at hand.

    • A classic, hard-wearing fleece for just about all activities
    • Heavyweight fleece is warm and bluesign approved
    • Y-joint sleeves provide unimpeded mobility
    • Snap placket offers on-the-go temperature regulation
    • Chest pocket keeps small necessities close
    • Item #PAT0582

    Tech Specs

    Material
    [solids] 100% polyester fleece (86% recycled), [heathers] 100% polyester fleece (80% recycled), [prints] 100% polyester, [placket and pocket] 100% nylon taslan
    Fleece Weight
    solids 10.6oz, heathers and prints 10.3oz
    Fit
    regular
    Length
    hip
    Hood
    no
    Pockets
    1 chest
    Claimed Weight
    18.7oz
    Recommended Use
    casual
    Manufacturer Warranty
    lifetime

    Tech Specs

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    The best

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
    • Fit: True to size
    • Size Bought: Medium
    • Height: 6'0"
    • Weight: 155lbs

    Synchillas are hands down one of the most comfortable items I have ever owned, polyester fleece that is made of high quality also makes it great for the colder months. There's a reason Synchillas have been around for many decades! They are truly the best, they do however run a little large, I would recommend going down a size.

    So Cozy!

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

    Wow - purchased this fleece in Oatmeal Heather as a gift for my dad this christmas and am super impressed with the quality. I tried it on myself (obviously way too big) but so soft, so warm, and so cozy. I ended up going to the Patagonia website and buying one in an XS for myself because the women's colors aren't that great and they only have lightweight Synchilla fleece's.

    Nice all purpose fleece

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
    • Fit: True to size
    • Size Bought: Xxl
    • Height: 6'2"
    • Weight: 255lbs

    I’m a binge dude. This fleece fits me well. Patagonia quality. Cool looks and these things hold up supper well. I’d recommend to anyone.

    Comfort is Key

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

    I bought this a gift for my boyfriend. He has always wanted one of these because it is well known to be super comfortable. Sure enough, it was! He loves his pull over. Whenever it is chilly out he throws this on and is warm even during most brisk mornings. Definitely make this purchase if you're looking for something easy, warm and comfortable.

    Sizing Issues?

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times
    • Fit: True to size
    • Height: 5'8"
    • Weight: 165lbs

    Normally I wouldn't write a review about a fleece. After all, a fleece is pretty much a fleece. Several reviewers for this item have indicated a problem with the sizing; They feel that it runs too large.
    I ordered and received the Patagonia synchilla and found that it runs true to size. I am 5'8" and 165 pounds. So I purchased my usual medium size (despite the warnings to go a size smaller) and found that the medium works perfectly for me. It is slightly oversized, so if you're looking for a tight-fitting garment, then you might want to go a size smaller. Otherwise no, many people don't want a tight-fitting fleece.

    Synchilla

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times
    • Fit: True to size
    • Size Bought: Medium
    • Height: 5'8"
    • Weight: 170lbs

    I recently bought a synchilla and it has instantly become my go to pullover. It is really soft and comfortable. I like that it’s light weight and super warm, it reduces wind chill as well. I spend a lot of time outdoors, and while I wouldn’t call this item “packable”, it’s definitely my go to for sitting by the fire at base camp. I bought a medium because I wanted a more athletic style fit and I got exactly what I was hoping for. I’m 5’8 170lbs, if your looking for a more relaxed fit, go with your true size for sweatshirts. See you in the wild places!

    If you live in cold weather...

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

    If you live in a place like Maine or New Hampshire ... in the winter and you want to stay warm ... this is the right piece of gear for you. Very warm.

    Rust Never Sleeps

    • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
    • Fit: Runs large
    • Size Bought: Medium
    • Height: 6'2"
    • Weight: 175lbs

    I've been wanting one of these for a while. Used to have a hand-me-down that was cool except that it was purple and I hate purple. So anyway, at half-price buying a new one (not purple) was a bit of a no-brainer. I went with the Roots Red, which is definitely more of an orange. Basically it looks like rust. Pretty autumnal, but that's fine by me.
    Regarding sizing, which seems to be the white whale of synchilla satisfaction, I think it depends on intended use. I wanted something to wear over a t-shirt, or over a t-shirt/long-sleeved collared shirt combo, but also something that could fit under a coat, denim jacket, whatever. I'm typically stuck between a medium and large in all clothing (I can go either way, you know?) and chose to size down and go with a medium on this. It's perfect for the aforementioned uses, and a large would have been much too baggy. Sleeves are a good length, a bit bulky in the underarms, and the elastic is a bit tight in the waist, but that's how it is.
    Bonus is that Patagonia is a cool company. Backcountry isn't half bad either!

    Wear it all the time

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
    • Fit: True to size
    • Size Bought: XL
    • Height: 6'4"
    • Weight: 230lbs

    This was my first fleece, and I can't imagine why I would ever need anything other than the Snap-T. Super warm, great quality, good fit/design, and reasonably priced. Patagonia makes great stuff and this is no exception. Highly recommended.

    Have to Get Another

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
    • Fit: True to size
    • Size Bought: Medium
    • Height: 6'0"
    • Weight: 175lbs

    There are two things I don't like about my Synchilla Snap T Pullover. First is that the arms are a little baggy for layering, so in the winter months, it's most useful as a casual piece. The other issue is that I only have one, so I don't wear it every day. I'll likely be remedying the second problem by buying another. Warm, comfortable, and it looks good just about anywhere.

    Just picked up another one!

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I found myself wearing my original synchilla so much, I couldn't help but pick up another one! You need some of this action in your life. Trust me.

    What size do you recommend for my son who is 6'5 and thin(185 lbs)? I know the large would fit in the body but I am worried about the sleeves>

    I'm 6'4" 185lbs and I have a medium and it fits really well in the body, the sleeves could maybe be a half inch longer, but I have long arms and most stuff is a little short there. The large has an inch more on the sleeves but feels really baggy in the chest for me.

    I am 6'1" and have 36" arms, but I am also skinny. Is there anyway to order a tall option or would I fit in a large?

    If I was you I would order a Large. There's no way to get a tall, and the medium would be way too short. My boyfriend (picture below) is just shy of 6' and the medium was way too short on him, so we sized up to a large, and the sleeves are a little bit long on him. Should fit you perfectly.

    I recently brought this from the manufacturer website. It haven't arrive yet, but I'm worry it might be too big. I'm 5-4 142 and I normally wear a medium shirt/ jacket. I don't my clothes to be too tight on me so I decide to buy a Medium. Would that size be too big?

    this isn't a slim fitting jacket. I usually wear a size large shirt, i ordered a large and it fits just fine! I would assume it would be the same for a medium! if you wear a medium shirt, a medium should fit! If it's too big, go on Patagonia's site on a week day, chat with them and exchange it for a size down!

    I am 6 feet, 175 lbs and usually buy L in...

    I am 6 feet, 175 lbs and usually buy L in Patagonia, however the color that I was looking at in this is only available in XL, will it be a loose casual fit for me or will I be wearing a tent? I noticed that some people said it runs large...

    Has the design or fit of the Snap-T range...

    Has the design or fit of the Snap-T range changed. I have an old (10+ years) Snap-T that is up for replacement and am unable to try a sample one on. Should I be going down a size or sticking with the sizing on my present unit.

    Yes they fit differently. I have two old ones that although they are the same size, fit very differently. One was made in USA, one in Columbia. But this newest batch is all messed up. I ordered two of the new prints from the manufacturers website. If you will notice, they are not currently being offered on the company's website anymore, so they must have been made aware of the poor fit and construction by many people. They were much too small and I returned them with a note of my thoughts. I ordered a third new one from a different retailer. The fit on this one is better. But it is tight in the shoulders and has a lot of room in the belly. (clothing manufacturers must think Americans are REALLY fat, because everything is made bell-shaped nowadays.) There must be cheaper lycra in the cuffs and waist, because it doesn't stretch at all. Newest garment was made in Nicaragua. For a company that is supposed to be so environmentally conscious, I would really like to see what kind of shops these garments are made in. Why do you keep moving from country to country? Bring these jobs back to the USA.

    If you look at the pic provided, you will see that the pattern does not match at the seam.

    P.S. Stay away from the retro-x too if you have excema or sensitive skin. They say it's made from soda bottles. And I believe them.

    P.P.S.

    Sorry to put you on blast like this P. But you asked for it.

    Yes they fit differently. I have two old ones that although they are the same size, fit very differently. One was made in USA, one in Columbia. But this newest batch is all messed up. I ordered two of the new prints from the manufacturers website. If you will notice, they are not currently being offered on the company's website anymore, so they must have been made aware of the poor fit and construction by many people. They were much too small and I returned them with a note of my thoughts. I ordered a third new one from a different retailer. The fit on this one is better. But it is tight in the shoulders and has a lot of room in the belly. (clothing manufacturers must think Americans are REALLY fat, because everything is made bell-shaped nowadays.) There must be cheaper lycra in the cuffs and waist, because it doesn't stretch at all. Newest garment was made in Nicaragua. For a company that is supposed to be so environmentally conscious, I would really like to see what kind of shops these garments are made in. Why do you keep moving from country to country? Bring these jobs back to the USA.
If you look at the pic provided, you will see that the pattern does not match at the seam.
P.S. Stay away from the retro-x too if you have excema or sensitive skin. They say it's made from soda bottles. And I believe them.
P.P.S.
Sorry to put you on blast like this P. But you asked for it.

    I left the above comment from May 1st 2014.

    I decided to give the lightweight snap-t a try since it was offered in Navy Blue. The fit and construction of the item I ordered matches the quality of the sweaters manufactured in the past. Maybe they worked out whatever issues they were having. It was manufactured in Nicaragua just like the one pictured above. I am very pleased with the newer garment.

    Hi, I'm 5ft5, 160 lbs, 42" chest, 32"...

    Hi, I'm 5ft5, 160 lbs, 42" chest, 32" waist. What size should I order?

    I think a small might do it for you since the Snap T is a relaxed fit, but you're definitely close to needing a medium. Go small if you're ok w a little bit more of a snug fit, and medium if you won't mind it baggy and relaxed.

    Thanks Ty. Just got a small and it fits perfectly. You're right Snap T is a relaxed fit. I usually wear shirt size between medium and large because I have broad shoulder. But this Snap T Small fits me just right. Very comfy and warm fleece jacket. Might come back for more. :)

    How does this fleece compare to Polartec...

    How does this fleece compare to Polartec Classic 300 (ie a North Face Denali) in terms of thickness and fuzziness?

    Best Answer

    Hey,



    In terms of thickness and performance, being the same weight fleece, it's going to be roughly the same. It's a little loose if you size it right, but it's not going to be anywhere near the overall bagginess of the Denali, which is especially huge in the arms. As stand-alone pieces, both are cold when the wind kicks up...like of no use at all. Nylon panels on the Denali add a little abrasion protection, but not so much in the insulation dept. Both pieces work best as a mid-layer under your shell...great insulation in that case, but the fit of the Synchilla under a shell makes it superior in my opinion. Hope this helps.

    How is this jacket in terms of lint...

    How is this jacket in terms of lint collection/ease of removal? I had an old North Face that I got rid of because it always had lint on it no matter what.

    Best Answer

    Hey John,



    I recently picked up a Patagonia Finmark poly/wool blend jacket and I've been pretty happy with it. It picks up a bit of lint and pet hair, but it doesn't hold it too much. All fleeces pick up lint. It's just the nature of the fabric and the texture. The trick is to wash it, then put it in the dryer with a dryer sheet and a wet towel. Those little lint rollers also seem to do a fairly decent job. Hope this helps you out.

    Is there any way to order the blue geometric...

    Is there any way to order the blue geometric fleece? It shows the picture above but it is not available to order.

    I've got one of these fleeces and love it....

    I've got one of these fleeces and love it. However, it seems to pick up everything. My dog sheds and I can't seem to get his hair off this fleece no matter how many times I wash it or lint roll it. Any suggestions?

    Im 6 2" 180 lbs and I usually get everything...

    Im 6 2" 180 lbs and I usually get everything in a large, but I see a lot of people saying that these are real baggy. Would a medium be pushing it?

    i have a question what size would i get...

    i have a question what size would i get if i am buying a mens pull over synchilla snap t fleece poullover

    Would this be worn as just a pullover that...

    Would this be worn as just a pullover that you would wash after every time you wear it or would it be used on an everyday basis. Reason being, I need a new jacket and was hoping everyone used it as an everyday jacket.

    Hi there, thanks for the question. This is definitely a great every day piece and does NOT need to be washed every time you wear it. I'm sure there are some who have never washed their Snap T after years and years of wearing it and it looks just fine. Hope that helps!

    Is there anyway to get one in Elm Green...

    Is there anyway to get one in Elm Green anymore? I've searched everywhere (even Ebay) and can't find one. This site is the only one that even lists Elm as a color anymore...

    I would try calling one of the Patagonia Outlet stores. You can find their numbers here: http://www.patagonia.com/web/us/store-locator
    Also, Real Cheap Sports in Ventura, CA has a good selection of past-season goods. They will take phone orders and ship to you. I know it's tough when you find a color you like and you don't know if the company will ever make it again (though Patagonia often does similar colors with different names!). Hope this helps! PatagoniaCommunity.blogspot.com

    I have seen so many different color...

    I have seen so many different color representations......are the colors on this site more accurate to real, or ar the ones on the actual patagonia site better?