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Patagonia Women's Lightweight Synchilla Snap-T Pullover CLEARANCE

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The Patagonia Women's Synchilla Lightweight Snap-T Pullover is an extremely
versatile classic polyester fleece pullover that you’ll want to wear
everywhere, whether as an outerwear piece around town or a mid-layer in the
backcountry.

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The Patagonia Women's Synchilla Lightweight Snap-T Pullover is an extremely versatile classic polyester fleece pullover that you’ll want to wear everywhere. Whether as an outerwear piece around town or a mid-layer in the backcountry, the Synchilla Lightweight Snap-T Pullover is warm and soft.

Featuring a traditional soft fleece face and interior made with mostly recycled polyester fibers, the Synchilla Lightweight Snap-T Pullover is a simple layering piece with good looks and great durability that you’ll want to wear out around town. Snap all the way up to the top of the stand-up collar for warmth and comfort around the neck. The Synchilla Lightweight Snap-T Pullover also has 100% nylon taslan trim at the collar and spandex trim at cuffs and hem that keeps its shape. The feature set in the Synchilla Lightweight Snap-T Pullover is rounded out by the iconic left chest pocket with nylon taslan flap and snap closure that is ready to stow small essentials.

With a regular fit that accommodates low-bulk layering, the Patagonia Women's Synchilla Lightweight Snap-T Pullover is hip length and comes in a variety of size and color options.

  • 200-weight Synchilla polyester fleece pullover
  • Nylon reinforced collar
Specs

Specs

Best Use Casual, Travel
Warranty Limited Lifetime
Type Fleece Pullover
Shell Material 7.5 oz 100% Polyester (85% Recycled) Double-Faced Fleece
Number of Pockets 1
Item Weight 12.8 oz
Fit Regular
Reviews

3 Item(s)

Great fleece, stylish and warm but I wish it had pockets

Likes: Warm, retro and stylish, long fit, long sleeve length, and snap closure at neck. Looks cute for streetwear or for hiking and cross country skiing. I wore it with a base layer top underneath while cross country skiing in 32F/clear skies and I was perfectly warm!

Dislikes: My only complaint is that it does not have pockets in the front for my hands or cell phone, just a small pocket at the chest. I plan on adding fleece to it so I can make it bigger.

Reviewed by Sierra - January 25, 2016
Great fleece, poor fit

Likes: I really liked how the fleece felt and the fact that it truly is a lightweight fleece - perfect as a layer or for late summer/early fall. The colors are great, too.

Dislikes: The fit is a bit boxy, which on my lean, tall frame makes it hard to feel comfortable. I ordered the 2014/15 in Mayan Yellow and the Large was too big. A medium fit better, but I had to return it because the color showed my dogs' fur like nothing else I've ever owned. BackCountryEdge let me exchange it for the 2015/16 color line (SUPER awesome of them), but the new season had a new fit and the medium was too short in the arms and hem. At that point I was just frustrated and gave up. This fit different enough from the Re-Tool Snap T fleece, which I love and would buy in every color if I could, that I think I'll just stick to my Re-Tool fleece. It is also different from the Adze, the Down Sweater, the better sweater, and the nano puff. (Yes, I have a problem with buying lots of Patagonia.)

Reviewed by Lea M. - November 20, 2015
Warm and comfy

Likes: Not bulky, lightweight, lots of different patterns to choose from.
I have the Manoa black and I get compliments on it almost every time I wear it

Dislikes: Runs a little bit large, had I not done any research by reading reviews on many sites I would not have ordered the proper size.

Reviewed by Lauren F. - October 6, 2015