R1 Pullover Hoody Men’s

R1 Pullover Hoody Men’s

Patagonia

$159.00

A trusted thermal layering piece ideal for climbing and ski touring, with alpine-specific features, such as a balaclava hood, and a slim fit with a long hem to stay tucked under a harness or pants. Fair Trade Certified™ sewn.

Features
  • Exclusive to Patagonia, these hybridized Polartec® Power Grid® fabrics with HeiQ® Fresh Tech durable odor control are light and breathable with outstanding stretch and durability; low-profile secondary fabric improves breathability in key places and provides increased comfort when worn under a harness; Fair Trade Certified™ sewn
  • Snug-fitting, low-profile balaclava-style hood fits comfortably under a helmet strap; center-front slim zip with a soft kissing-welt zipper garage at chin for next-to-skin comfort
  • Off-shoulder seams sit comfortably under pack straps
  • Pullover silhouette has deep center-front zipper to allow for quick venting
  • One left-chest pocket has slim zip install, zipper garage and mesh pocket bag
  • Sleeves have discreet on-seam thumb holes for added coverage in cold conditions
  • Torso is 1" longer than usual to stay tucked in under a harness or a pack waistbelt
Weight: 11 oz / 312 g
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