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Patagonia Mens Retro-X Jacket

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Product Description

Slip into a Patagonia Mens Retro-X Jacket. This thick 100% polyester (78% recycled) pelt has a moisture-wicking, brushed-mesh lining and a windproof/breathable barrier that stops cold dead in its tracks. With Y-joint sleeves for mobility, a vertical zippered chest pocket and zippered handwarmer pockets insures you will be comfortable all day. Recyclable through the Common Threads Recycling Program.


  • Breathable/windproof membrane sandwiched between recycled-polyester fleece outer and moisture-wicking brushed-polyester mesh lining
  • Y-Joint sleeves
  • Vertical zippered Supplex chest pocket; zippered handwarmer pockets lined with moisture-wicking brushed-polyester mesh
  • 100% polyester (78% recycled) 1/4 inch pile with a polyester brushed-mesh lining and a breathable/windproof barrier
  • Trim: 3.4-oz Supplex 100% nylon. Recyclable through the Common Threads Recycling Program
  • 621 g (21.9 oz)
  • Made in Costa Rica.

Specifications and additional product information
Recycled Polyester
Patagonia recycles used soda bottles, unusable second quality fabrics and worn out garments into polyester fibers to produce many of our clothes.

Patagonia seeks to build the best product and cause no unnecessary harm. That's their mission statement, and it takes many forms. As it applies to making products, they work hard to source materials and use processes that are less harmful to the Earth without compromising quality. Because to them, quality is not only how well a product performs and holds up, but also how it's made.
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