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Retro-X Vest (Kid's) (out-of-stock)

Out of Stock  Product Number: 22584

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The Kid's Retro-X Vest by Patagonia is made of durable and warm polyester (78% recycled) quarter-inch-pile fleece, can be layered underneath a shell jacket.

When the acorns drop and the kids head out to collect, this vest is a good call. Not only is it warm, durable and windproof it won't hinder the throwing motion once the chucking commences. The fluffy quarter-inch pile, made of durable polyester (78% recycled) fleece, is backed by a polyester mesh laminate that shuts out wind, creates warmth and wicks moisture. Contrast Supplex nylon reinforces the fleece-lined collar, front-zip binding and double-layer patch handwarmer pockets.

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  • ¼"-pile exterior is soft and the nylon lining interior provides wind protection
  • Stand-up collar with roll-out fleece lining adds neck warmth and prevents chin chafe; Y-Joint™ sleeves
  • Vertical, zippered Supplex® nylon chest pocket
  • Two zippered handwarmer pockets lined with moisture-wicking brushed polyester mesh; reflective zipper pulls on pockets
  • Hand-me-down ID label inside

Gender: Youth
Weight: (5.5 oz) 156 g
Material: Fleece and nylon lining
Fit: Regular Fit
Technologies: [eFibers]
Season: F12
Vendor ProductId: 65617
Review ProductId: 22584

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