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Patagonia Re-Tool Snap-T Pullover

photo: Patagonia Re-Tool Snap-T Pullover fleece top


Price Historic Range: $58.83-$119.00
Reviewers Paid: $119.00
Price MSRP: $119.00
Current Retail: $53.55-$129.00
Historic Range: $48.83-$129.00
Weight 15.5 oz / 439 g
Fabric 9.3 oz Polartec® Thermal Pro® 100% Polyester Fleece
Price Current Retail: $89.10-$99.00
Historic Range: $47.73-$99.00


2 reviews
5-star:   2
4-star:   0
3-star:   0
2-star:   0
1-star:   0

This is the most amazing product Patagonia has ever made. So soft, so cozy, so durable, so perfect.


  • Soft
  • Cozy
  • Durable
  • Warm
  • Fits great
  • Soft, again


  • Only available online
  • Not enough men have discovered this

Girl-friends, friends of mine that are girls, have worn this fleece and I've wanted one for years. I almost bought a women's one just because it's that amazing and they didn't make a men's version. Well, finally, Patagonia did something, put out a men's style.

It fits so well, not too tight, but not baggy and sloppy like those synchilla sacks.  

It says fluffy and soft, unlike those synchilla sacks that get pilled and lose their softness after washing and adventuring.

It's so warm, and the kangaroo pocket is great for keeping hands warm, holding all sorts of useless things, and helps hide all those Christmas cookies...

This sweater is hella durable! I've put it through the ringer, hiking, climbing, sailing, camping, washing, getting thrown in the ocean, covered in mud, totally saturated in dirt and dust, scraped against rocks and trees—and after a wash it comes out feeling and looking like new.  

Why don't I see more people wearing and enjoying this? I don't know, people are generally stupid.

Do yourself, and whomever you cuddle with regularly, a favour and buy this sweater. It's so... it's so great.  


Source: bought it new
Price Paid: $119


Thanks for the review, Kyle.

4 years ago

My favorite piece of clothing! Warm, soft, easy to layer.


  • Very warm
  • Super soft
  • Large pouch pocket


  • Pullover is sometimes less convenient than a full zip

Have had this for years now and it always comes with me on any sort of trip once it gets chilly. It makes a great soft pillow or pillow cover.

I have broader shoulders/long-ish arms and usually run right on the border of M/L so I got a large. It is loose enough to layer under it, while still being able to put on another outer layer. Perfect!

Source: received it as a personal gift

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