Patagonia Better Sweater Jacket
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Patagonia's Women's Better Sweater Jacket is a soft fleece interior and a heathered sweater-knit face that resists pilling. The fabric of the Better Sweater Jacket has a sweater-knit face, fleece interior and heathered, overdye yarns with a knit-like texture.
With the feel of wool but the easy care of fleece, the Patagonia Better Sweater women's jacket is hard to beat for cool-weather adventures. Sweater-knit face and heathered, overdyed yarns combine for the look of wool; fleeced interior creates supreme comfort. Stand-up collar and full front zipper allow ventilation and adjustable style. Patagonia Better Sweater features micro polyester trim at the hem and cuffs. Raglan sleeves enhance fit and freedom of movement. Zippered handwarmer pockets stow small essentials. Sized to be worn over other layers or under a shell jacket. The Patagonia Better Sweater has a close-fitting, slim fit. 100% recyclable through Patagonia's Common Threads Recycling Program-simply return your worn out jacket to Patagonia.
Better Sweater(R) fleece has put a lot of sheep out to pasture. The wool look-alike has a soft fleece interior and a heathered sweater-knit face that resists pilling. Forward seams on the front and princess seams on the back lend a contoured shape. Soft and smooth polyester jersey trims the wind flap, cuffs, hem and pockets. It has a full front zip with garage and stand-up collar, zippered handwarmers, interior drop-in pockets and a zippered left-sleeve pocket.
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.