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  • Patagonia Better Sweater Fleece Coat
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    Patagonia Better Sweater Fleece Coat
    Fleece doesn't have to mean frumpy. Grab your favorite skinny jeans, throw on some elegant ankle boots, and snuggle up the Patagonia Women's Better Sweater Fleece Coat when you hit the streets for a little late-winter shopping. This slim-fitting coat redefines fleece in a fashionable fashion: sleek lines, subtle shirring at the waist, a trim tall collar, and a mid-thigh hem for a long and lean silhouette. No more boxy pullovers and shapeless jackets to create chaos with your casually sophisticated weekend outfits. Just button up and hit the streets in search of post-holiday, pre-spring deals.
  • Patagonia Ultralight Down Vest
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    Patagonia Ultralight Down Vest
    Zap the cold with the featherweight, super-tough Patagonia Women's Ultralight Down Vest with water-repelling Deluge DWR finish and luxurious European goose down. A low-profile, slim silhouette features channel construction for optimal efficiency and warmth in this sleek layer. Cinch the drawcord hem and wear it solo on mild days, or layer it up with a shell when the weather's nasty.
  • Patagonia R1 Fleece Pullover - 1/2-Zip
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    Patagonia R1 Fleece Pullover - 1/2-Zip
    The durable Patagonia Women's R1 Fleece Pullover flatters you with its slim athletic cut and blows your mind with lightweight, efficient warmth. Wear the stretchy R1 skiing, backpacking, or hiking; the moisture-wicking, quick-drying, and breathable Polartec Power Dry keeps you comfy whatever the adventure. Its microfiber face aids in speedy dry time and makes layering easy with its smooth surface. And this Bluesign-approved piece lets you play in nature with respect, thanks to its 41% recycled construction.
  • Patagonia Down With It Parka
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    Patagonia Down With It Parka
    While this jacket's title pun might make you smile just a little, the warmth the Patagonia Women's Down With It Parka provides will broaden that to a huge grin even when the thermometer tanks. The knee-length recycled polyester shell hides 600-fill power duck down insulation, and the DWR coating on the shell prevents flurries from soaking in and sucking out your precious body heat. The ducks that donated their feathers lived a good live, never force-fed nor live-plucked. Box baffles put the pop in the visual appeal while keeping the feathers firmly fixed in place, and the slim fit keeps this jacket tucked around your body. The hood comes off when you don't need it. Protect your chin from unsightly cold-induced chafing with the stand-up collar, and keep your fingers toasty by cramming your hands into the hand-warmer pockets.
  • Patagonia R3 Hooded Fleece Jacket
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    Patagonia R3 Hooded Fleece Jacket
    Simply stated, size matters. The Patagonia Women's R3 Hooded Fleece Jacket embodies that simple maxim. Weighing in at barely over a pound, the R3 Jacket consists of compressible, high-loft fleece for long-lasting warmth on chilly days. The fleece dries quickly if you need to wash the jacket in your hotel room after anunfortunate gelato incident--wash it at night and wear it the next morning. If the sun shines down as you work your way up, squish this jacket in your pack without sacrificing loads and loads of space.
  • Patagonia Better Jacket
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    Patagonia Better Jacket
    Who says city clothes can't be comfortable? A fleece with urban styling, the Patagonia Women's Better Jacket is made of polyester with a sweater-knit face and a fleece interior. The tall, buttoned collar looks classy, and the four patch pockets with button closures will help you stay organized.
  • Patagonia Prow Vest
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    Patagonia Prow Vest
    In the Patagonia Women's Prow Vest, you can show off some moto style and enjoy 600-fill down warmth. The sweet nylon shell sends water running thanks to the DWR finish, and the Traceable duck down means Patagonia is using down from humanely treated ducks. Chevron baffles keep the feathers in place while featuring your feminine physique, and the slim fit furthers the sleek look. Stand the collar on end for a quick hit of attitude and a hit of neck warmth as well. Whether you sport temporary tattoos or real ones, whether you ride a two-wheeled moto or a foot-powered bicycle, you'll enjoy this light-on-weight, full-on-warmth puffy vest.
  • Patagonia Re-Tool Full-Zip Fleece Jacket
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    Patagonia Re-Tool Full-Zip Fleece Jacket
    The Patagonia Women's Re-Tool Full-Zip Fleece Jacket feels warm and cozy while you run errands about town, take the kids to the park, or enjoy a leisurely walk down by the river. And thanks to this fleece's slim fit, you won't feel like you're frumping around in a huge blanket, either.
  • Patagonia Hybrid Down Vest
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    Patagonia Hybrid Down Vest
    The Women's Hybrid Down Vest from Patagonia brings the best of what you need to the ski slopes and leaves the rest on the cutting-room floor. A thin layer of down insulation at the top keeps your core warm and toasty while Polartec Power Stretch fleece at the bottom ensures a great fit. The entire vest is created with a slim profile, making it ideal as a layering piece for cold ski days. Thanks to its hybrid nature, this vest works wonderfully as an outer layer when you're blazing trail and setting the early-morning skintrack. A few zippered pockets let you bring along safety equipment and other essentials that you just can't be without.
  • Patagonia Retro-X Fleece Vest
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    Patagonia Retro-X Fleece Vest
    The Patagonia Women's Retro-X Vest embodies the company's philosophy of minimalism, embracing simplicity and utility at its core. That's not to say it's low-tech: the Retro-X is made of breathable, windproof polyester Synchilla polyester fleece and lined with brushed, moisture-wicking polyester mesh that's cozy and soft. Quilted Supplex nylon panels cover the shoulders and collar stands, and spandex binding at the cuffs and hem seal out drafts. The back panel widens slightly at the hem to provide a more ergonomic fit. Don't be worried about about precious body heat leaking away or your keys going walkabout, because the elasticized arm openings and hip-length hem trap warmth while zippered, mesh-lined handwarmer pockets secure essentials.
  • Patagonia Lambswool Sweater Coat
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    Patagonia Lambswool Sweater Coat
    The Patagonia Women's Lambswool Sweater Coat is a soft and snuggly bum-covering cardigan when it's just a bit too nippy to go out unadorned. The combination of lambswool and nylon caresses your skin, from the top of the tall collar to the middle of your thighs, where this sweater ends. The full-length button placket stays more relaxed than most zippers but knows to button up (and buckle down) when the breeze turns from friendly to fierce. Two drop-in pouch pockets hold your smartphone and a few doggie treats for when Fido actually obeys. Whether you're walking the dog, on the town, or hunkered down on your couch with a romance novel and glass of wine, this sweet sweater keeps you casually cozy when anything else would just be too much.
  • Patagonia Better Sweater Jacket
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    Patagonia Better Sweater Jacket
    Explore another lively mountain town this winter when you wear the Patagonia Women's Better Sweater Jacket. Combining a knit sweater feel on the outside with a soft fleece interior, the Better Sweater insulates you while maintaining the about-town look of a sweater sold at twice the cost. This fleece jacket isn't just for looks, however, with the stand-up collar as well as a front zipper wind flap to guard against the gusts during chilly day hikes in the hills.
  • Patagonia Retro-X Fleece Hooded Cardigan Jacket
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    Patagonia Retro-X Fleece Hooded Cardigan Jacket
    The Patagonia Women's Retro-X Fleece Hooded Cardigan Jacket seals out intense gusts and cold drafts, leaving you with the warmth of its super soft Synchilla fleece this winter.
  • Patagonia Better Sweater Peacoat
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    Patagonia Better Sweater Peacoat
    The Patagonia Women's Better Sweater Peacoat is a modern take on a classic coat style. Like the original, this washable peacoat is double-breasted and has a wide collar that flips up to protect you from brisk winds. Polyester takes on two personalities: a sweater-knit face takes on the world while sweet fleece on the inside is like wearing a hug from Grandma. Whether you're heading to yoga in capris and tank or heading to brunch on a brisk March morning in skinny jeans and a casually classy merino pullover, the Better Sweater Peacoat has a slim fit and a sweet style that keeps you looking good.
  • Patagonia Retro-X Fleece Jacket
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    Patagonia Retro-X Fleece Jacket
    From high-altitude base camps to low-down valley floors, the Patagonia Women's Retro-X Jacket has logged time in some spectacularly rugged sites over the years. It has a breathable, windproof barrier sandwiched between cozy Synchilla polyester fleece on the outside and a moisture-wicking polyester brushed-mesh inner lining. Quilted Supplex nylon panels over the shoulders and collar stands provide warmth and durability, spandex binding at cuffs and hem block drafts, and Y-Joint sleeves and wider back panel create a more ergonomic fit. A fleece-lined collar and protective wind flap prevent the chill from sneaking in.
  • Patagonia Toggle Down Vest
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    Patagonia Toggle Down Vest
    The Patagonia Women's Toggle Down Vest is the answer to the explosion of down vests that are way too puffed up. Whether you're off on another birding hike or walking to the corner market, this slim-fit vest prevents the chill from creeping into your core. Organic cotton canvas knows how to put up a tough front when facing barely-budding branches or the laser-like stares of jealously from over-puffed vest wearers, and the 600-fill Traceable duck down brings on the warmth without weight. The polyester mini ripstop lining helps this vest simply slip over your shirt, fleece, or sweater. Beneath the toggle closures lies a full-length zipper that actually stops wind and weather from tickling your tummy. Put your bird book in one of the hand pockets and your super-small, super-powerful binocs in the other to be ready for whatever flies your way.
  • Patagonia Down Sweater Vest
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    Patagonia Down Sweater Vest
    Layers are lovely not just in cakes, although vanilla cake tiers intermixed with dark chocolate buttercream and salted caramel frosting is damn hard to be beat. Yet the Patagonia Women's Down Sweater Vest comes awfully damn close. This lightweight, compressible vest received a makeover for 2014 to flatter your figure, to slide easily beneath your weatherproof snow shell or climbing jacket, and to keep your eco conscience happy. Given how squishy this little vest is, you can cram it into a cranny in your bag for guaranteed core warmth whether you're backpacking at altitude or traveling to Canada for the holidays.Ripstop rocks and 100% recycled ripstop is even better. The eco-friendly fabric resists pulls and scratches for long-wearing durability. The DWR finish turns moisture into liquid roller balls that fall off your vest instead of lying around and sinking in. The 800-fill Traceable Down uses feathers from geese that have been humanely treated. Two hand pockets give your weary paws a warm place to rest. Whether you're layering up to survive a brutally cold commute or getting ready to enjoy some fresh spring corn, this sleek and slim vest should be a part of your ultimate ensemble.
  • Patagonia Vagabunda Jacket
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    Patagonia Vagabunda Jacket
    Angles abound on the outside of the Patagonia Vagabunda Jacket for some visual bling, and the Thermogreen insulation uses 90% recycled polyester for core warmth that aligns with your eco-friendly conscience. Whether you're crossing campus or covering major ground on another cathedral tour through Spain, the hood hugs your head with silky-soft, high-pile fleece so your ears stay warm. This synthetic jacket's low-hip length offers over-the-bum warmth so you can spend your walk to language lab studying up and not freezing (if you're planning a trip across the pond, it would be useful to know more than "sopa de albondigas" and "su perro es bonito").
  • Patagonia Ultralight Down Jacket
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    Patagonia Ultralight Down Jacket
    When your livelihood depends on staying warm, or you just need an extra layer of comfort while you ski, gear up with the Patagonia Women's Ultralight Down Jacket. At just a little over half a pound, this mercury-defying wonder features a slim, low-profile fit that makes layering a cinch, while also offering you a feminine silhouette when you wear alone.
  • Patagonia Down Sweater Full-Zip Hooded Jacket
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    Patagonia Down Sweater Full-Zip Hooded Jacket
    From late-fall belays to powder-filled days, the figure-flattering Women's Down Sweater Full-Zip Hooded Jacket from Patagonia slips under a wind-blocking vest or a weatherproof shell and acts as a warming, low-bulk mid-layer. It also packs up small for travel and works as a top layer for Chicago shopping forays. Down insulation packs a powerful punch of heat without weighing heavily on your shoulders or taking up any more space than, say, your Jack Russel terrier. Recycled polyester ripstop inside and out fends off frisky twigs and grabby thorns to keep this jacket looking good for years on end. The 800-fill Traceable Down uses feathers from geese who've been treated right their whole lives, from not being force-fed to staying fully feathered until after they've passed. Horizontal quilting keeps the insulation in line for consistent, all-over warmth. Two zippered hand pockets are great places to stash an extra pair of glove liners or cash. Inside and out, the feminine lines suit your shape for a distinctly lady-like silhouette. Between the svelte style and the consciously responsible materials, you'll try to find a reason to wear this light jacket year-round.
  • Patagonia Fiona Down Parka
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    Patagonia Fiona Down Parka
    The Patagonia Women's Fiona Down Parka turns up the heat on winter by showing off your sculpted shape while still giving you cold-weather protection of down insulation. The slim fit flatters your figure for a fully feminine silhouette, regardless of what Old Man Winter has up his sleeve. Sweetly sloping quilting adds urban style while emphasizing your hard-earned physique. Created from entirely recycled polyester and then finished off with a DWR treatment, the shell prevents flurries and light snow from soaking through while you enjoy the winter wonderland of snow, ice, and skyscrapers. Your hot body stays smokin' thanks to 600-fill Traceable duck down insulation. The feathers are ethically sourced, so you know the ducks were neither force-fed nor live-plucked. It's easy to walk with confidence when you feel as good as you look in this socially conscious, consciously stylish down parka.
  • Patagonia Better Sweater Icelandic Coat
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    Patagonia Better Sweater Icelandic Coat
    With designs dancing across your hood, shoulders, and pockets, you'll be a sight for homesick Icelandic eyes when you mosey through Central Park in the Patagonia Women's Better Sweater Icelandic Coat. Like its Better Sweater relatives, the Icelandic Coat looks like a sweater but behaves like a fleece for easy wash-and-wear warmth. Polyester knit faces the world for a bit of material mimicry, since it looks like a sweater. The polyester fleece feels soft against your skin, the full-length zipper won't leave your soft underbelly exposed, and toggle closures keep the theme firmly fixed near the Arctic circle. The three-piece hood not only covers your noggin with Norse-minded motifs but also adds an element of protection if sunny skies are suddenly replaced with roiling thunderheads. Two patch pockets warm your hands while still leaving room for your smartphone.
  • Patagonia Ranchito Hooded Sweater
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    Patagonia Ranchito Hooded Sweater
    In the pre-fleece period, when wool knickers roamed the earth, an ancestor of the Patagonia Women's Ranchito Hoody kept us cozy 'round the campfire. Reimagined in a soft, warm lambswool/nylon blend flecked with color, the Ranchito has an oversized hood that adjusts with a narrow climbing rope drawstring. A deep front placket with metal buttons assists in easy on/off, and long sleeves with wide cuffs snuggle cold hands when the chilly temps are perfect for sending.
  • Patagonia Hi-Loft Hooded Down Sweater
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    Patagonia Hi-Loft Hooded Down Sweater
    It's hard to make a decision when faced with two, extraordinarily similar options. Choosing between the Patagonia Women's Hi-Loft Hooded Down Sweater and the Patagonia Women's Down Sweater Full-Zip Hooded Jacket is akin to choosing between a meat-lover's pizza with extra bacon and plain meat-lovers pizza-both are toe-curling delicious, but sometimes, you just need a little bit more meat in your life. When meat means heat, and you're in need of a solid serving of warmth, the Patagonia Women's Hi-Loft Hooded jacket will hit the spot. Both hooded down jackets from Patagonia use 800-fill Traceable Down and are crafted from the same, robust, recycled fabric. The Hi-Loft is like the meat-lovers pizza with extra bacon, as it contains more heat-trapping down. The Hi-Loft also offers a chest pocket for a little bit more storage space. Otherwise, both jackets offer incredibly compressible warmth, a figure-featuring cut, hooded head protection, and two zippered hand pockets. When you want an assuredly warm jacket that occupies little space in your luggage and won't force you to cough up fat-suitcase fees, the Hi-Loft hooded jacket promises heat when you need it without tipping the scales.
  • Patagonia Upslope Hoodie - Full-Zip
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    Patagonia Upslope Hoodie - Full-Zip
    Keep your slouchy style but make it fit for Fifth Avenue by pairing the Patagonia Women's Full-Zip Upslope Hoodie with your skinny jeans and thigh-high leather boots with the metal skull buckles. This hoodie's Polartec Powerdry fabric adds warmth to fall escapades while the slim fit keeps it all chic.
  • Patagonia Re-Tool Full-Zip Hooded Fleece Jacket
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    Patagonia Re-Tool Full-Zip Hooded Fleece Jacket
    Cue the trumpets, spotlights, and angels heralding the arrival of the Patagonia Women's Re-Tool Full-Zip Hooded Fleece Jacket. This heavenly fleece hoodie takes your favorite features from the Re-Tool jacket and works some material magic to create this versatile hooded jacket. Polartec Thermal Pro fleece uses more than 50% recycled polyester to keep you warm and snuggly whether you're heading to the gym, going home from the climbing wall, or making your way to the trail head for a bit of high-altitude exploring. The slim fit stays close without hugging too tightly, and the hood offers a bit of extra heat and protection when you're running to your car in a chilly drizzle. The rest of features, including two scoop hand pockets and a single chest flap pocket, are the same as what you know and love on the regular Re-Tool jacket. Given how fabulously familiar this fleece hoodie seems, you might want to grab a few different colors before they all disappear.
  • Patagonia Hybrid Fleece Jacket
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    Patagonia Hybrid Fleece Jacket
    With Polartec Thermal Pro fleece at the body for warmth and Polartec Power Stretch at the sides for increased mobility, the Patagonia Women's Hybrid Fleece Jacket is the ideal midlayer for you mid-winter backcountry excursions. The relaxed fit is slightly longer for extra coverage at the hem and is just loose enough to keep you moving freely on your way up. A brushed collar is soft against the face, while zippered hands and chest pockets secure any skintrack snacks you may need.
  • Patagonia Downtown Loft Down Jacket
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    Patagonia Downtown Loft Down Jacket
    Whether you're strolling to brunch from your downtown loft or making your way to the designated apres-ski watering hole, the Patagonia Women's Downtown Loft Jacket keeps you warm without puffing you up. Sporty lines and a slim fit work whether you're in a small ski town or sashaying sassily down city streets. Down insulation can't be beat when it comes to heat without heft. When you want warmth that travels in many different circles, the Downtown Loft jacket has your number. Durable polyester gets bathed in DWR so spitty drizzles and fierce flurries don't turn your feathery warm puffy into a frigid, soggy heap. The 600-fill Traceable Down lets you enjoy the warmth without guilt since every feather came from a duck who was neither force-fed nor live-plucked. Horizontal baffles prevent the feathers from finding common ground in a corner of this jacket. The shawl collar means you can stop donating scarves to various lost-and-founds, and the hood lets you hunker down when the winds kick up.
  • Patagonia Prow Jacket
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    Patagonia Prow Jacket
    When your crush invites you on a motorcycle ride in cold weather, dress to impress with the Patagonia Women's Prow Jacket. It has just the right style and it will warm your body to the core. This jacket is made out of a soft nylon shell with a Deluge DWR finish so splashes won't trouble you, and it's insulated with 600-fill premium European goose down that will keep you from turning into a popsicle. The collar snaps up for extra coverage in the wind, and when you arrive at the bar you can pop it up to let everyone know you aren't one to be messed with should anyone be eying your hard-won date.
  • Patagonia Down Sweater Jacket
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    Patagonia Down Sweater Jacket
    Until this year, your biggest winter fear was the Yeti. Now you awaken drenched in sweat from nightmares of The Polar Vortex. It's a good thing you've the awesomely updated Women's Down Sweater Jacket from Patagonia to fend off frigid temps and arctic blasts. 800-fill down comes from happy geese to fill out this form-flattering jacket. The feathers squish into a tight bundle to keep the jacket on small and hidden when you're not wearing it, whether space is special because you're living in a micro apartment on the Bay or you're on a three-week yurt tour in Switzerland. Recycled polyester ripstop won't let the day-to-day bumps and snags unravel you or the jacket. The DWR finish turns snow into roller balls that slid off the jacket surface. Horizontal baffles are sewn through to prevent the goose from going places. The sweetly-treated geese who gave their feathers never felt the cool breezes on their featherless skin, nor were force-fed for future foie-gras feasting. Two zippered hand pockets hold your goods, be it candy and lipbalm, cheese-sticks and turkey jerky, or a smartphone and credit cards. With a slightly more sleek shape and robust (yet lightweight) fabrics, the revised Down Sweater Jacket protects you from the cold and wind, wherever life takes you.
  • Patagonia Down Shirt Jacket
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    Patagonia Down Shirt Jacket
    New this year, the Patagonia Women's Down Shirt Jacket gives your minimalism-minded persona a colossal clop of warmth without causing your silhouette or pack to swell. Sleek inside and out with a bit of water resistance for good measure, this little jacket slips under your shell for an aerodynamic profile. Filled with 600-fill down, you get superb warmth for the barely-there weight and compressibility that makes most compactors jealous. When weight and space are at a premium but you need to stay warm, reach for the Down Shirt and enjoy your cold-weather outdoor excursion. Inside and out, recycled polyester stands guard against the pokes and spokes you encounter. The DWR finish helps spitty rain roll off your shoulders. 600-fill down has been ethically sourced, meaning the generous geese who donated their feathers were not force-fed or denuded while still among the honking. Quilting prevents the feathers from settling so your entire body enjoys the insulating warmth of down. Two hand pockets hold essentials, like cash and a tube of sunscreen, but that's it. When you're looking to escape extraneous gear, stay true to your simple style while staying warm in the Down Shirt Jacket.
  • Patagonia R2 Fleece Jacket
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    Patagonia R2 Fleece Jacket
    The Patagonia Women's R2 Fleece Jacket seems to know what you need, when you need it. When you're working hard and getting hot under the collar, R2 fabric letsfresh air in to keep you comfortable. When you're waiting your turn or savoring the summit, R2 fabric provides warmth and offers insulation under a windproof shell. When the sun is out and the winds are calm, stuff this jacket deep within your pack without missing any space.
  • Patagonia R1 Full-Zip Fleece Jacket
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    Patagonia R1 Full-Zip Fleece Jacket
    As a midlayer or baselayer, the Patagonia Women's R1 Full-Zip Fleece Jacket, made of Regulator grid fleece, gives you stretch, breathability, and durability for your alpine-sport demands. R1 is the most versatile of the Regulator fleece, with high-low grid fabric hybridized with micro-grid for added breathability when you're working up a sweat. It's also super-soft, so it feels cool and fabulous against skin. A slim fit makes layering a breeze beneath your winter-weather shell, and all-over stretch allows unhindered mobility. It's compressible for added ease of layering, and its eco-friendly construction gives you peace of mind. Made for high-action endeavors, this breathable layer keeps you cool and dry under pressure.
  • Patagonia Toggle Down Jacket
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    Patagonia Toggle Down Jacket
    Life involves a lot of toggling: between screens at the office, between keeping up with tech and getting away from it all, between carefree vacations and work responsibilities. The Patagonia Women's Toggle Down Jacket puts a rugged spin on your comings and goings. Inspired by robust canvas work jackets, the Toggle uses organic cotton and 600-fill Traceable duck down to keep your toils in the temperate zone. The cotton canvas is a muted alternative the shiny, puffy world in which you commute, and the slim fit keeps this jacket close. The down comes from ducks who've been treated well their entire lives, neither force-fed nor live-plucked. The polyester mini ripstop lining slips over your suit jacket or yoga tank. A full-length zipper lurks beneath the toggle closures, just in case you didn't want the wind whispering in your belly button. Two flap hand pockets give your weary wrists and hands a cozy place to rest as you wait for the train.
  • Patagonia R3 Fleece Jacket
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    Patagonia R3 Fleece Jacket
    The Patagonia Women's R3 Jacket is its warmest layering piece, made for conditions so cold your breath freezes before it leaves your lips. Compressible and resilient, this Regulator fleece jacket is perfect as a toasty midlayer or on its own in chilly, dry weather. Made of high-loft, low-weight Polartec Thermal Pro polyester fabric, the plush R3 wicks moisture, dries quickly and caches heat when temperatures plunge. Polartec Power Dry panels run along the underside of the arms and down the sides, allowing full mobility, enhanced durability and an improved, technical fit. Sonic/Stitch seam construction reduces bulk on the center front zipper, and offset shoulder seams stay out from under pack straps to prevent irritation.
  • Patagonia Piton Hybrid Fleece Hooded Jacket
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    Patagonia Piton Hybrid Fleece Hooded Jacket
    Patagonia reinforced the stretchy Women's Piton Hybrid Fleece Hooded Jacket with Polartec Wind Pro to make it burlier than your average fleece. Warm and wicking as a midlayer, the Piton also stands up to the elements when you wear it on its own during alpine approaches.
  • Patagonia Down With It Jacket
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    Patagonia Down With It Jacket
    You're down with staying warm this winter in the Patagonia Women's Down With It Jacket. This hip-hitting honey covers your bum and has a removable hood on the off-chance you choose to wear the oh-so-itchy wool hat your honey's dad knitted for you last Christmas. Recycled polyester on the outside and 600-fill Traceable duck down on the inside warms your core and your do-gooder heart--Traceable duck down means the ducks have been humanely treated. Box baffling and a slim fit highlight the contours of your physique while keeping a firm grip on the insulation. The DWR coating turns water away so you and the heat-trapping feathers stay warmly dry. Two hand-warmer pockets hold your hands when it's too cold to link digits with your sweetie, or the pockets give you a zippered place to stash a toothbrush and extra pair of socks, because it never hurts to be prepared.
  • Patagonia Prow Jacket
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    Patagonia Prow Jacket
    You might or might not own a motorcycle--either way, you've coveted that style for decades. The Patagonia Women's Prow Jacket has a moto style, complete with an off-center zipper and a slim fit. The 600-fill Traceable duck down insulation boosts warmth without adding any weight to your top layers, and the DWR finish helps light drizzle bead and roll off. Traceable duck down means the ducks have been treated humanely. The chin-covering collar snaps closed to ward off wind and warm your neck. Or you can just pop the collar up when you walk into the tea grotto so everyone knows you're in no mood to be messed with.
  • Patagonia Hybrid Down Jacket
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    Patagonia Hybrid Down Jacket
    It's rarely a good idea to put all of your eggs in one basket, and the Patagonia Women's Hybrid Down Jacket is proof positive of how mixing and matching is magical. The combination of duck down and fleece gives you a lightweight and highly compressible jacket and a multitude of options for when the weather gets squirrely. The regular fit isn't bulky so your silhouette stays slim. Down offers unbeatable warmth-to-weight, and Patagonia sources their feathers from places that love the ducks so you feel good about wearing down. Down covers your chest and upper shoulders, areas often exposed to the brunt of cold breezes. Polartec Power Stretch fleece finishes off the jacket for unfettered freedom of movement with a bit of cozy warmth. Slip this composite jacket under the Powslayer hardshell when you're hunting fresh powder on a cold and bright morning and enjoy low-bulk insulation. Or grab this two-toned jacket for a late-fall hike when the winds make the last gasps of sunshine seem downright chilly.
  • Patagonia Prairie Dawn Jacket
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    Patagonia Prairie Dawn Jacket
    Heading out to the barn for the pre-dawn shift or just getting up early to take in the sunrise? Pull on the Patagonia Women's Prairie Dawn Jacket before braving the brisk air. Inspired by work-wear, this rugged cotton canvas coat handles the rough and tumble life of working on a farm, yet it knows how to be rurally chic when you're heading into the city for a few supplies (like moisturizer and mascara). At work or at play, this hiney-hiding jacket stands up to most things that come its way. Organic cotton canvas won't let incidental contact with pointy branches or abrasive concrete turn into a hole-y event. Flip the fleece-lined hood up when ill winds stop whispering and start shouting. A drawcord at the waist gives you curve control, and two hand pockets give you top or side access to what lies within.
  • Patagonia Fitz Roy Down Jacket
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    Patagonia Fitz Roy Down Jacket
    The Patagonia Women's Fitz Roy Down Jacket cackles with evil delight when environmental menaces like a polar vortex, a bone-chilling belay, or city-shuttering blizzard try to thwart your continual core warmth. Made with durable, DWR-finished ripstop fabric, the sweetly shiny and secretly tough DWR-treated reinforcements help this jacket shed icy drizzles and fierce flurries without succumbing to the non-stop rubbing by your pack straps. Down insulation gives you the biggest hit of heat with the smallest hit on your scale. Down doesn't mind being man-handled, so you can squish this portable heater into the nether regions of your luggage when you're trying to be strategic about packing for a two-week trip to Canada to see the Northern Lights. Both the nylon shell and Y-yarn nylon reinforcements offer a hit of protection against initial precipitation. The 800-fill Traceable Down gives you unbeatable warmth-to-weight so you can move without feeling overloaded. The feathers filling your jacket have been ethically sourced: the geese were not force-fed nor were they denuded while still amongst the honking. Sewn-through horizontal baffles prevent the down from clumping and settling in favored locations. Your preferred paw protection, be it mittens, gauntleted gloves, or silkweight liners, play nicely with bound cuffs to minimize wrist exposure and subsequently cold fingers. Cut to flatter your hard-earned figure, the Fitz Roy slips under a hardshell for full-weather protection or over a trim-fitting fleece when you're playing in an arid environment. Two hand pockets give you storage for a few snacks or kiss-saving lip balm. The chest pocket is the perfect place for your currency.
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