Patagonia Vagabunda Vest

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

This warm insulated vest is made of soft, brushed polyester with a feathered face; cozy deep-pile polyester fleece lines the collar and horizontal quilting graces the torso. Warm up your core with the insulated Vagabunda Vest before paddling out into clean, peeling right-handers. Made of soft, brushed polyester, it has a cozy fleece-lined collar to shield against prevailing wind. Horizontal quilting provides interest and style. Full-length zipper has external wind flap with button-and-loop closures. Welted, zipper handwarmer pockets stash fin key. Rib knit at hem; hip length. Brushed polyester has a heathered face and cozy deep-pile polyester fleece lines collar. Warm insulated vest with horizontal quilting. Full-length zipper has external wind flap with button-and-loop closures. Welted, zippered handwarmers. Rib-knit at hem. Hip length. 7.3-oz 100% polyester with a brushed face. Lining: 2-oz 100% polyester plain weave. Insulation; 200-g Thermogreen 100% polyester (90% recycled). 326 g (11.5 oz).

- Rocky Mountain Trail

Add some warmth and whimsical wanderlust to any outfit with the Patagonia Women's Vagabunda Vest. The brushed polyester exterior has a soft feel and look while the horizontally quilted Thermogreen insulation provides toasty warmth where you need it most.


A crackling fire, a glass of wine, and Patagonia's Vagabunda Vest all fill your evening with cozy warmth. Shield your core with a layer of cushy insulation coupled with a soft heathered polyester for that has a deep-pile poly fleece-lined collar for added coverage. Style and warmth that goes well with backyard fire pits or the bustle of downtown.

- Mountain Gear

Patagonia Vagabunda Vest

previously retailed for:
$89.40 - $149.00

The Patagonia Vagabunda Vest is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen October 9, 2013 at Rocky Mountain Trail.

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