Patagonia Wind Shield Pullover

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Specs

Weight 10.5 oz / 298 g
Body Fabric 3 Layer, 3.5 oz 20-Denier 100% Polyester Laminated to a Polyurethane Film / Deluge® DWR Finish
Arms / Back / Inside Neck Fabric 6.8 oz Polartec® Power Dry® 93% Polyester, 41% Recycled / 7% Spandex

Manufacturer's Description

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Retailers' Descriptions

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Pull on the Patagonia Men's Wind Shield Pullover Jacket for a versatile windproof layer that performs in a variety of conditions. Wear it as a base layer when skiing in icy cold temps, or use it alone on crisp autumn runs through the neighborhood. The windproof polyester membrane features a fleece-grid backing that moves moisture and traps body heat. A reflective chest logo keeps you visible in low light, and the zippered chest pocket holds your cell phone or house keys.

- Backcountry Outlet

The Men's Wind Shield Pullover from Patagonia excels as a primary layer or alone as a baselayer, keeping pace with heart-pounding winter runs and rides. The front torso and collar are fully windproof, with a polyurethane film laminated to the polyester body fabric, while the Deluge DWR (durable water repellent) finish sheds light precipitation. Nonlaminated, warm R1 fleece covers the back and arms, and lines the inside of the collar to breathe, wick moisture, dry quickly and reduce bulk. Pullover details: full wind flap with zipper garage, thumb loops, zippered chest pocket with interior cord pass-through, a slightly dropped tail and reflective logos on the left chest and center back.

- Altrec Outdoors

Free Shipping. Patagonia Men's Wind Shield Pullover DECENT FEATURES of the Patagonia Men's Wind Shield Pullover 3-Layer Circular Knit Polyester Is Windproof, Stretchy, and Provides Full Protection and Comfort R1 Fleece Arms, Back and Inside Collar For Increased Breathability and Superior Function As a Midlayer Zip-Through Collar with Brushed Fleece Next To Skin and Full Wind Flap Thumb Loops Zippered Chest Pocket with Interior Cord Pass-Through Reflective Logo On Left Chest and Center Back Slight Drop Tail The SPECS Slim fit Weight: 10.5 oz / 298 g Body: 3-Layer, 3.5 oz 20-Denier 100% Polyester Laminated To a Polyurethane Film, with a Deluge DWR (Durable Water Repellent) Finish Arms, Back and Inside Neck: 6.8 oz Polartec Power Dry 93% Polyester (41% Recycled), 7% Spandex This product can only be shipped within the United States. Please don't hate us.

- Moosejaw

The Wind Shield Pullover excels as a primary layer or alone as a baselayer, keeping pace with heart-pounding winter runs and rides. The front torso and collar are fully windproof, with a polyurethane film laminated to the polyester body fabric, while the Deluge(R) DWR (durable water repellent) finish sheds light precipitation. Nonlaminated, warm R1(R) fleece covers the back and arms, and lines the inside of the collar to breathe, wick moisture, dry quickly and reduce bulk. Pullover details: full wind flap with zipper garage, thumb loops, zippered chest pocket with interior cord pass-through, a slightly dropped tail and reflective logos on the left chest and center back., 3-layer circular knit polyester fleece is windproof, stretchy, and provides full protection and comfort, R1(R) fleece arms, back and inside collar for increased breathability and superior function as a midlayer, Half zip through collar with brushed fleece next to skin and full wind flap, Thumb loops, Zippered chest pocket with interior cord pass-through, Reflective logo on left chest and center back, Slight drop tail, Body: 3-layer, 3.5-oz 20-denier 100% polyester laminated to a polyurethane film, with a Deluge(R) DWR (durable water repellent) finish. Arms, back and inside collar: 5.4-oz Polartec(R) Power Dry(R) 92% polyester (54% recycled)/8% spandex, 297 g (10.5 oz), Slim fit

- Rocky Mountain Trail

Patagonia Wind Shield Pullover

MSRP:
$129.00

The Patagonia Wind Shield Pullover is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen March 16, 2013 at Altrec Outdoors.

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