- Short Description
- Windproof barrier bonded between cozy recycled fleece exterior and a moisture-wicking
- brushed polyester mesh lining,Full-front zip with internal wind flap; Y-Joint™ sleeves,Quilted nylon panels over the shoulders and collar stands; spandex binding at cuffs and hem,Zippered handwarmer pockets lined with a moisture-wicking brushed polyester mesh; nylon zipper covers on pockets,7.5-oz Synchilla® 100% polyester (86% recycled) ¼" pile. Lining: 100% polyester brushed mesh with a breathable/windproof barrier. Trim: 100% nylon
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- Camping & Hiking
Functional and warm, the windproof Women's Retro-X™ Jacket is a favorite polyester fleece jacket with a feminine cut; with a quilted nylon collar stand and shoulders.
From high-altitude base camps to low-down valley floors, over the years the Retro-X Jacket has logged time in some spectacularly rugged sites. It has a breathable, windproof barrier sandwiched between cozy Synchilla® polyester (86% recycled) fleece on the outside and a moisture-wicking, 100% polyester brushed-mesh lining. Quilted Supplex® nylon panels over the shoulders and collar stands; spandex binding at cuffs and hem block drafts. Wider back panel at hem creates a more ergonomic fit. A fleece-lined collar and protective wind flap prevent the chill from sneaking in. Y-Joint™ sleeves and zippered handwarmer pockets.
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I bought this for my wife to wear when she is at work in a clinic. She gets cold easily and wanted something that would be light weight and wouldn't cut down on mobility. She absolutely loves it and wears it daily.
Love this coat!
Love my new jacket and am actually looking forward to the cold weather so I can wear it! As other reviews said, it does run a bit small so I ordered a size up and it fits great (5'4", 110lbs and got a size small). Super fast shipping!
I love my Patagonia Retro-X Jacket. The design, fit and color are just what I was hoping for. I plan to wear the jacket over a warm base layer whenever I hike in the Adirondacks.