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
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
Real Customer Reviews
- Good quality, good price
Likes: I have several Patagonia Lightweight Synchilla Pullovers, they are perfect for fall, winter, and spring. I like the fit of the medium, I am 5'7", 145#.
Dislikes: I wish it had pockets.
- Cozy Comfy Cute...My Girlfriend loved it.
Likes: Very "outdoorsy" looking which my girlfriend loved. But its not like one of those 1990s style gear that is trying way too hard to be throw back looking. Its super soft (will probably get less softer with time as I have the mens version and it for sure has worn in a little) and it really just is the most cozy thing ever. I wore this in Zion national park this past spring and it was awesome for when both elevation and weather caused me to be a bit chilly. Not highly packable, nor is it the best for cutting wind so if you are planning on this being your main warming layer in sub 40 degree weather I would tell you to bring a shell to cut the wind. Otherwise, just go for it. This will last you forever and honestly buying a little more expensive item that you will hold on to versus dozens of cheap sweatshirts shows a lot more stewardship in the consumeristic culture....Last thing, the cuffs are elastic as us the waist and are great for holding in that heat on a chilly fall night.
Dislikes: ONLY dislike is not really a dislike but just an unfortunate reality of fleece. If you are using this around a fire, the smallest ember or spark that gets on the pull over will burn a nice little hole in it. So just be careful
- 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.
- 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.)
- 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.
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