Patagonia Synchilla Vest

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Specs

Weight 7 oz / 198 g
Fabric 7.5 oz 100% Polyester Double-Faced Fleece, 85% Recycled

Where to Buy

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Manufacturer's Description

Visit Patagonia's Synchilla Vest page.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

Your baby may not be able to tell you, but he appreciates it when you dress him in the Patagonia Infant Boys' Synchilla Vest. This lightweight, soft, breathable fleece vest gives him just the right amount of warmth, and doesn't feel too bulky or constrictive when you stuff him into baby bunting and head outside for some fresh air.

- Backcountry.com

You're looking for a soft fleece vest to warm your infant's core without restricting arm movement, and while you're at it, you'd really like to have one that's made with earth-friendly fabrics, please. Grab the Patagonia Infants' Baby Synchilla Vest. Patagonia made this comfy fleece vest with 85% recycled polyester. When your babe grows out of the Synchilla Vest, you can recycle it through the Common Threads Program.

- Backcountry Outlet

Patagonia's eco-friendly belly-buffer is trim for easy layering and plenty colorful for brightening the short days up ahead. Its stand-up collar keeps the zipper flap off the chin but still protects the nape of the neck. Made from supersoft, double-faced recycled Synchilla fleece and with a dropped tail for maximum rear coverage.

- UpsideOver

In fall's cooling grip the negative body fat brigade can always use some supplemental insulation. Made of soft polyester (85% recycled) double-faced fleece, this vest combines a warm lightweight layer with get-down-and-dirty durability. It wears easily over a top or under a shell, and has a slight drop tail for extra coverage. With two zippered handwarmer pockets, a reflective patch on the backside of the collar and on the zipper pulls for better visibility, and a hand-me-down ID label inside.

- Patagonia.com