Patagonia Micro D Zip Neck - Girls'


Weight 5.9 oz / 167 g
Fabric 4.7 oz Microdenier 100% Polyester Fleece

Manufacturer's Description

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Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

Whether she wears it alone to bed or under her jacket on the ski hill, you're little lady will love the Patagonia Girls' Micro-D Zip-Neck Top. Made from super-soft, partially recycled fleece, this cozy zip shirt will be practically glued to her body from late fall to spring thaw.

- Backcountry Outlet

Patagonia Micro D Zip-Neck fleece top for girls offers irresistible comfort for cool-weather bouldering, scrambling or just knocking about. Wear it next to skin for insulation or as an outer layer.


On Sale. Patagonia Kids' Micro D Zip-Neck FEATURES of the Patagonia Kids' Micro D Zip-Neck Soft and warm microfiber polyester fleece Zip-neck with internal wind flap Forward shoulder seams eliminate chafe Non-chafing flat-seam construction New stripe pattern SPECIFICATIONS of the Patagonia Kids' Micro D Zip-Neck Regular fit Weight: 5 oz / 142 g Stripes: 5.1-oz 100% polyester (59% recycled) This product can only be shipped within the United States. Please don't hate us.

- Moosejaw

Probably best not to micro-manage your kid's life, but it's definitely okay to Micro D(R) their cold-season layering. This versatile zip-neck is made of ultrasoft and fast-drying 100% microdenier polyester fleece (59% recycled) that wicks moisture, works as a top or midlayer and provides a plush and cozy feel against kids' skin. A quarter-zip at the neck vents excess heat, forward shoulder seams prevent chafing under a backpack and the smooth fabric makes for easy layering when temperatures drop.


Patagonia Girls' Micro D Zip Neck


The Patagonia Girls' Micro D Zip Neck is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen February 6, 2016 at REI.

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