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Outer: 100% Recycled polyester ripstop
Lining: 100% Recycled polyester riptstop
Insulation: 800 Fill power Advanced Global Traceable goose down
1 Zipped internal pocket, doubles as stuff sack
Drop tail hem with adjustable drawcord
Full length centre front zip
Insulated adjustable hood
2 Zipped hand pockets
Low profile cuffs
The Women's Down Sweater Hoody from Patagonia delivers exceptional comfort and warmth in cold conditions. It features a combination of recycled polyester fabric and 800 fill power goose down that is traceable from the parent farm to the apparel factory to ensure its ethical sourcing. The fabric boasts a durable water resistant finish for a little extra protection in damp conditions and will also block out the wind while the down helps to trap a layer of warm air around your body. There are two zipped handwarmer pockets for keeping your essentials secure and close to hand and a zipped interior pocket doubles as a stuff sack for the whole jacket when you want to stow it in your pack.
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