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On Sale. Free Shipping. Patagonia Men's R.5 Top (Spring 2006) The R.5 Top by Patagonia are perfect when circuit training for the gym-averse: Pedal to the trailhead, run to the rock, climb to the top, repeat. Our simple in.half of R1in. pullover insulates, dries in a flash, stretches, and provides a comfortable next-to-skin fit at every station. The front zip is offset at the chin for greater comfort. Fit: Trim, contoured fit. Fabric: 4.7-oz. polyester with 2% spandex (Polartec Power Dry); treated with a wicking finish Weight: 255 g. (9 oz.) Stretchy comfort and mobility with excellent base layer performance Fabric's unique interior grid structure is warm for its weight, moisture-wicking and highly compressible Flat-locked seams for next-to-skin comfort Raglan sleeves Made in USA Great for: Rock Climbing Nordic Skiing Backcountry Riding Mountain Biking Backpacking We are not able to ship Patagonia products outside the US because of that other thing.

- Moosejaw

The Patagonia R.5 Top is the lightest of the Regulator series and deceptively warm. The R.5 promotes breathability and moisture transfer to keep you nice and dry. Added spandex lends the garment a stretchy quality for increased mobility. Ideal for use during high exertion activities when body heat provides natural warmth and sweat needs to escape. The front zip is offset at the chin for greater comfort.

- Backcountry.com

When your plans include running the Fisher Towers Trail, our simple "half of R1®" pullover insulates, dries in a flash, stretches and provides a comfortable next-to-skin fit. The front zip is offset at the chin for greater comfort. The fit is trim and contoured. Moisture-wicking, breathable and highly compressible fabric Smooth jersey face layers easily High neck with offset zipper Flat-locked seams Raglan sleeves 5-oz. 98% polyester, 2% spandex (Polartec® Power Dry®); treated with a wicking finish 255 g. (9 oz.) Made in USA Regulator® R.5 Minimalist is a fast-wicking, quick-drying transition layer for moderate to cold temperatures. Use it for: Nordic Skiing Rock Climbing Mountain Biking Backcountry Riding Backpacking

- Massey's Outfitters

The Patagonia R.5 Top can be worn alone or as a base layer, on October trail runs through the White Mountains or November ice routes in Cody. This "half of R1" pullover is deceptively warm for its weight. It dries in a flash, stetches, and provides great mobility and a comfortable next-to-skin fit. The front zip is offset at the chin for greater comfort.

- ClimbingGear

Stretchy enough for extended cool weather workouts. Plush enough for inner layer insulation during Nordic skiing outings. Patagonia's R.5 Top delivers outstanding next-to skin performance in a variety of weather conditions. This is a popular piece for climbers, trail runners, backpackers and anybody else who demands thermal comfort that won't stifle mobility. The fabric has a special grid pattern that helps retain warmth while wicking moisture and enhancing breathability. Patagonia recently revised this garment, changing the zip-front to an offset design that won't scratch your chin or neck. The turtleneck collar is also slightly higher for better coverage. This is a great do-it-all piece that works well in every season.

- Altrec Outdoors

Patagonia Men's R.5 Top


The Men's R.5 Top has been discontinued.

previously retailed for:
$29.99 - $79.00

The Patagonia Men's R.5 Top is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen March 24, 2008 at Moosejaw.

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