Weight 13.8 oz / 391 g
Shell Fabric 100% Polyester 1/4 in Pile Fleece, 78% Recycled
Lining Fabric 2 oz 100% Nylon

While the boys' version hasn't been reviewed yet, there are 5 reviews for other versions of the Retro-X Jacket. Read all reviews »

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Manufacturer's Description

Visit Patagonia's Retro-X Jacket page.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

The leaves have turned red, the pumpkins to turkeys and before long, it'll be time for snow forts and snowballs. It's the season of change, except for the Boys' Retro-X(R). This versatile jacket, made of thick 100% polyester quarter-inch pile fleece (70% recycled), has a windproof nylon lining that handles seasonal transformations with ease. A sturdy front zip (with a reflective webbing pull) backed by a wind flap provides chill-stopping protection. It also has Y-Joint sleeves for mobility, zippered handwarmer pockets and contrasting SUPPLEX(R) nylon fabric that reinforces the collar and vertical chest pocket. Hand-me-down ID label.

- Patagonia.com

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- CampSaver.com

Features of the Patagonia Boys' Retro-X Jacket Made of pliable 3/4in.-pile fleece and lined with bluesign approved windproof nylon Nonchafing stand-up collar with roll-out fleece lining Y-Joint sleeves Nylon on collar and chest pocket Two zippered handwarmer pockets and a single chest zip pocket with reflective webbing pulls pockets lined with moisture-wicking polyester mesh Nonchafing flat seams throughout Spandex binding at hem and sleeve opening keeps cold out

- Moosejaw

Patagonia's Retro-X Fleece Jacket uses a thick quarter-inch fleece and a windproof nylon lining to keep your hard-nosed younger outdoorsman comfortable whether he's riding tire swings in the fall or layering under a ski shell in winter.

- Backcountry.com