Crosstrek Bottoms Women’s

Crosstrek Bottoms Women’s

Patagonia

$99.00

Versatile fleece for all activities, whether you’re hitting the trails, layering up for the mountain or simply on the go. The Crosstrek Bottoms combine performance warmth with added comfort; an all-around technical piece you will never want to take off. Fair Trade Certified™ sewn.

Features
  • Durable Polartec® Power Stretch® fleece fabric provides next-to-skin comfort and stretch for full range of motion
  • Cut-and-sew waistband lies flat on body for increased comfort
  • Leg tapers to ankle for a more technical fit and functional seaming for increased mobility
  • Zippered pocket on right thigh for media storage
  • Fair Trade Certified™ sewn
Weight: 7.4 oz / 210g
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