Patagonia Micro D Scarf

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Patagonia Micro D Scarf
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The Patagonia Micro D Scarf. This incredibly soft and cozy scarf insulates and wicks moisture.

FEATURES of the Patagonia Micro - D Scarf.
SPECIFICATIONS of the Patagonia Micro - D Scarf.

Fabric:

  • Lightweight and warm recycled polyester is highly packable
  • Scarf has overlock-stitched edges

Fit:

  • Can customize fit for changing moods and preferences
  • Adjustable fit

Sizing:

  • Generous 67˝ length X 12˝ width wraps once or twice around neck

Manufactured:

  • Made in El Salvador.
Rock/Creek Outfitters

The Micro D Scarf by Patagonia is a holiday for your neck. It insulates, wicks moisture, and dries quickly to keep you warm in cold conditions.
Made from the softest material this side of childhood, this lightweight scarf keeps bracing weather at bay with Patagonia's plush microdenier polyester fleece. It's light, compressible and quick to dry. Edges are blanket-stitched for smooth comfort. Sized to accommodate a wrap or two.


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The Patagonia Micro D Scarf: This go-to recycled polyester fleece scarf insulates, wicks moisture and dries quickly.

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Sometimes it's super cold out. So cold out that you seriously begin to contemplate wrapping your roommate's soft, furry ferret around your neck for warmth. Wrap the Patagonia Micro-D Scarf around your neck instead. The generous length and width mean neck-to-chin and around-the-neck-twice coverage.

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Made from the softest fabric this side of childhood - our plush polyester microfleece. Light, compressible and quick to dry, this lightweight scarf keeps bracing weather at bay. Overlock-stitched edges for comfort next to skin. Sized to accommodate a wrap or two.
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Dimensions:67˝ L x 12˝ W
Fit:Generous 67" length X 12" width
Material:Recycled polyester fleece
Solids:4.7-oz 100% polyester (85% recycled). Stripes
Stripes:4.7-oz 100% polyester
Technologies:[eFibers, Polartec]
Weight:4.4 oz / 125 g
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Patagonia Micro D Scarf Reviews:

Reviews:

Sinfully Soft

I was a bit skeptical of myself when I ordered this - a thirty dollar strip of fleece? - but was quickly won over. The micro D-Luxe material is famously lush, and in a scarf it retains its like-new softness much longer due to the fewer washings required. I wear it to work and bury my chin in its softness during interminable meetings. I appreciate having a warm item with a classy touch to throw on in the morning.
sheila at Patagonia on 09/25/2008

Me and my scarf

This is the first scarf I have ever owned and I gotta say I am loving it...On recent trip we encountered temp fluctuations of over 40 degrees each day and this scarf made all the difference when it came to keeping the warmth in and me happy. When things warmed up, I just tucked it away in the pocket of my jacket and barley noticed it was there.
Farrow at Patagonia on 10/31/2009

perfect

I love this scarf. We have been experiencing a brutal winter so far, and I have worn this scarf through many heavy duty snow shovels and dog walks around the windy lake. It is comfy, soft and warm. I am often allergic to rough wool, but this scarf is perfect..no itchiness, dries quickly when wet, washes beautifully and looks great.
mcptsr1 at Patagonia on 02/15/2010

Warm and toasty!

Scarves are in style and this one especially makes it out the door with me each time it is cold and blustery. Soft against my skin and long enough to wrap around the neck a couple times or throw over cold shoulders. I loved my purple one so much I went back for more.
LindaSki at Patagonia on 10/29/2010

beautiful scarf

I considered buying a wool scarf, or even cashmere, but honestly this material is much better! This is classier looking than you'd think for a fleece scarf. I got the Lupine color; I wore it out to dinner last night with my Addie coat and it looked fabulous.
flotsette at Patagonia on 10/25/2008

A must have scarf

I bought one, loved it so much I had to have more. I now own black, green, cranberry and tan!
So warm, easy and comfortable. I wear it more as an indoor scarf than outdoor, but it would work well for both.
The length is perfect!
ck21 at Patagonia on 12/10/2009

Everyday Scarf

This is a great scarf for everyday outings. It adds that extra warmth around the neck, when the sun sets and the wind picks up on a winter day. I recommend having one in every color, but black goes with everything.
Mamasuzie at Patagonia on 01/18/2014

Cooooooozy!

This scarf is a welcoming one. A nice length, soft and warm. I wear it when I get a chill at the office, wrap up my neck and chin on early morning winter runs, and also just walking around town.
Flow at Patagonia on 12/18/2008

Softest sports scarf ever!

This scarf coordinates with the lining color of my Patagonia down sweater. It is not only soft and warm but stylish as well. It's great around my neck after a workout at the gym--washes beautifully!
SJ at Rock/Creek Outfitters on 02/02/2013

Perfect scarf

I have all of the colors from this season. They are long, warm and wash up terrific. I wish there were more colors at the sale price I would buy them.
Anonymous at Patagonia on 01/24/2011