Patagonia R1 Vest

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Surfing long reef rights while waterfalls tumble down the cliffs, the redesigned R1(R) Vest keeps you warmer on those Outer Island sessions when there's a touch of trade wind in the air. Made with high-quality neoprene that offers excellent stretch and warmth, the formfitting pattern holds close to your body for maximum comfort and flex.

- Rocky Mountain Trail

Maybe shave down the rack, maybe carry less food, but don't ditch the R2 Vest for climbs where core warmth matters as much as weight. Its unique variable-knit polyester (7.4-oz Polartec(R) Thermal Pro(R) that's 40% recycled) ensures optimal breathability, moisture-management and warmth for low-bulk core insulation that's especially effective when worn under a shell. Stretchy 6.5-oz R1(R) fabric (Polartec Power Dry(R): 93% polyester that's 60% recycled/7% spandex) lines the inner collar for next-to-skin comfort. The vest has an easy-to-use front zipper, welded-in zippered handwarmer pockets and forward-set shoulder seams for comfort with a pack. Recyclable through the Common Threads Recycling Program.


From trail running in the Absorkas to climbing in the 'Gunks, this breathable vest serves as a base or insulating layer for any core adventure. Forward-rolled shoulder seams stay clear of pack-strap pressure. With an external, stretch-mesh chest pocket and a contoured fit. How it fits: Contoured, feminine fit. Details: Stretchy R1 fabric for basic core warmth with superb breathability; Pullover with chest zip Minimalist 1in. collar won't interfere with other layers Shoulder seams rolled forward for pack-wearing comfort Shaped, external, stretch-mesh left chest pocket 6.5-oz. 98% polyester/2% spandex (Polartec Power Dry); treated with a wicking finish 170 g. (6 oz.) Made in USA Core base layer for high-output, cool-weather activities. Use it for: Backcountry Riding Nordic Skiing The Approach Base camp warm-up

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