Patagonia Baby Synchilla Cardigan

Specs

Weight 6.2 oz / 176 g
Solids Fabric 7.5 oz 100% Polyester Double-Faced Fleece, 85% Recycled
Prints Fabric 8.3 oz 100% Polyester Double-faced Fleece

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Manufacturer's Description

Visit Patagonia's Baby Synchilla Cardigan page.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

Keep your tiny travel buddy warm and cozy in the Patagonia Synchilla(R) cardigan, which wraps them in fuzzy fleece for snuggly, easily layered warmth wherever you wander.

- REI

Free Shipping. Patagonia Baby Synch Cardigan FEATURES of the Patagonia Baby Synch Cardigan Full-length zipper has a fleece wind flap with webbing trim Elastic binding at the hood and sleeves for a secure fit Flat-seam construction for chafe-free comfort Sized for easy layering Contrast webbing trim detail at the neckline Hand-me-down ID label Soft, durable double-faced polyester fleece Solid fabric is bluesign approved

- Moosejaw

This warm cardigan made of soft recycled polyester fleece has elastic binding around the hood for a secure fit.This garment has a Relaxed Fit. Springtime is a good time to keep your babes in the hoods. Ultrasoft and warm, the Synchilla Cardigan is made of 100% polyester (Solids only: 85% recycled) double-faced fleece that is durable and easy to care for.

- Rocky Mountain Trail

Her cheeks may turn rosy red and her lips may even get a little blue, but there's no doubt that huge smile that exposes just a half-dozen teeth proves she's having a blast. It's a good thing you invested in the Patagonia Infant Girls' Synchilla Cardigan. Its soft, hydrophobic fleece retains heat not moisture, which makes the Synchilla ideal as an outer and an exceptional mid layer under a waterproof shell if winter conditions draw the entire family into a mass sled session with the rest of the neighborhood.

- Backcountry.com