Taking versatile warmth to the next level.
Whether you're backpacking through the wilderness or walking your dog on a frosty morning, the Patagonia Men's Micro D Fleece Pullover adds just the right amount of warmth for a wide variety of outdoor excursions and everyday activities. This pullover fleece is one of the most versatile you'll ever encounter, thanks to its lightweight microfleece construction.
Microfleece is comprised of recycled polyester fibers for quicker drying when you're moving fast on the trail or mountain. Ultimately, this means you'll stay nice and warm, since you're not soaking in perspiration during active outdoor use. There's also a 1/4-length zipper to release excess heat when you get warmed up.
- Versatile insulation for outdoor activity and daily use
- Lightweight microfleece for layering warmth and softness
- Recycled polyester fibers wick moisture during active use
- 1/4-length zipper regulates your body temperature
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- Q & A
True Red which is hard to find
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
- Fit: True to size
- Height: 5'8"
- Weight: 170lbs
I bought this for myself. I searched the women's fleece quarter zips and could not find a true red. I was so happy to find it within the men's section. True to size. Fits me a little big but that is because of the difference in Women's cut and Men's cut. If you are looking for a red fleece this is the one to get.
Another hit in the casualwear department
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
- Fit: Runs small
I love this fleece and own it in 3 colors. It's not a technical garmet but I do take it cragging in spring and autumn and into the mountains in summer. Any time it's going to be below 45 degrees fahrenheit during the daytime, I'll reach for a different insulation piece.
It's super soft and uniform when you first buy it, but over time the fleece gets rougher and more textured. I wish I'd taken a photo of my first one beside a new color I bought 10 months later, the difference is stark! But this seeming degradation of the fabric just makes it your own and I prefer it in its "well-used" state.
It isn't the most durable piece and after a year of regular use I'd worn a thumb-size hole in it near the abdomen. But for what it is and what it costs, that's to be expected.
I wear a medium in most but not all Patagonia garmets and comfortably wear this in small.
You'll pay for their mistakes
Ordered this item in Feather Grey but they sent me Black by mistake. I didn't get the item I wanted. Plus I have to pay $6.99 to send the wrong item back to Backcountry. How is this fair?