|$89.95 - $119.00
|$94.99 - $119.00|
The Re-tool Snap-T Pullover is bound to be your newest cold weather go-to. It's lightweight, compressible deep-pile fleece (51% recycled) and extra-long fibers for warmth retention without bulk make it a great jacket to wear with a t-shirt or a few other layers. The Re-Tool Snap-T is super-soft and even has side-entry kangaroo pockets and an envelope-style chest pocket. You will for sure feel self-assured while wearing this, even if you run into your ex while on a ski vacation at an all-inclusive resort. I just wanted to see how many hyphenated words I could use. Please don't tell my boss.
Patagonia Re-Tool Snap Pullover - Women's: The Re-Tool Snap Pullover is made of Polartec® Thermal Pro® polyester fleece (51% recycled). This is constructed with feminine seaming and kangaroo handwarmer pockets. Great option for staying cozy and comfortable without the bulk.
Deep-pile fleece with 51% recycled polyester has extra-long fibers for warmth retention.
Stand-up collar has double fleece for warmth; front placket hides the 4-snap closure and is reinforced with Supplex® nylon.
Yoke and princess seams add contouring and shaping.
Brushed polyester microfleece trim on cuffs and hem.
Supplex nylon chest pocket flap with stay-put envelope construction.
Kangaroo-style handwarmer pocket.
9.3-oz Polartec® Thermal Pro® 100% polyester fleece (51% recycled)
456 g (16.1 oz)
Soft, snuggly fleece and feminine seaming distinguish the Patagonia Women's Re-Tool Snap-T Fleece Pullover. Available in a fresh crop of colors, this Patagonia classic never fails to deliver unbeatable comfort.
Made from compressible, deep-pile fleece The Patagonia Women’s Re-Tool Snap-T offers excellent, lightweight warmth when layered under a weatherproof shell in cold weather and the open weave of the fibers allow this top to breathe well and shed heat on uphill climbs when worn alone.
Graupel, slop, soup, powder—the Patagonia Re-Tool Snap-T pullover is fluent in the language of snow.This quintessential fleece pullover has feminine seam lines and a kangaroo handwarmer pocket.
|Back length (in.):||27 inches|
|Fabric:||Polartec Thermal Pro polyester fleece (51% recycled)|
|Fit:||Hip length, Slim fit|
|Item Weight:||16.1 oz|
|Material:||Polartec Thermal Pro (51% recycled)|
|Number of Pockets:||2|
|Weight:||456 g (16.1 oz)|
|Patagonia Re-Tool Pullover Hooded Fleece Jacket||$83.40|
|Patagonia Re-Tool Hoody||$95.95 - $139.00|
|Patagonia Re-Tool Vest||$59.95 - $109.00|
|Patagonia Re-Tool Beanie||$18.99 - $35.00|
People must have led hard lives 20 years ago in winter, when the state of the art fleece technology was the plain old Polartec 200 or 300 weight fleece - the flat faced, "once you wash it it would pill", and not-at-all-warm fleece. The re-tool snap T on the other hand is extremely soft (don't worry about washing, it'll get softer, just don't machine dry it), extremely warm (due to the long snuggly fiber), and looks really good on. I set the room temp to 69 and just wear a t-shirt and I'm warm. It's the only fleece I need for winter. Love the kangaroo pocket - good for warming up hands, but not so good for layering under another jacket.
I have 2 of these, and wear them throughout the winter. After 2 seasons of hard wear, they look still quite new, other than the fleece bands at the cuffs. Sure other brands have their equivalent (e.g., Mountain Hardwear Monkey Women), but these look casual enough that doesn't sport the "look at me" look. Get these for the cold months.
Personally I don't consider this a technical piece compared to other fleeces I own, but this one looks damn good (got the dark blue/purple color) and does the job as a casual everyday fleece. Very soft inside and out. I wish the soft plush material lined the kangaroo pouch pocket. The pouch is my favorite part. I throw everything in there. The stand-up collar is awesome because it always stands up even when unbuttoned, unlike some collars that fold over like a polo shirt collar. One tiny gripe is that sleeve cuff isn't the stretchiest, so it feels a little tight when pulling the sleeves up. Got the XS and it fits relaxed, not tight and fitted and the collar buttoned up is just right without feeling like its choking me. Another awesome thing about this is that it comes in pretty much every color of the rainbow (not all on backcountry.com, but check out the patagonia website). Might go for the hooded one next.