The Patagonia Los Gatos Hoody is a versatile, extremely soft, high-pile polyester fleece jacket that has sleek styling, perfect for chilled days. Featuring a full length zipper and twill webbing for versatility.
PATAGONIA LOS GATOS HOODY FEATURES & TECHNOLOGY
Fabrics: 8.6-oz 100% recycled polyester high-pile, double-faced fleece Fit: Regular Weight: 320 g (11.3 oz) Fair Trade Certified sewn Fabric is certified as bluesign approved
Recycled Polyester Fleece Soft, cozy hoody made of 100% recycled polyester high-pile fleece
Full-Length, Center-Front Zipper Full-length, center-front zipper has spandex binding; double-layer collar for warmth
Twill Webbing Twill webbing on zipper pull, hanger loop and back neck for interesting style
Handwarmer Pockets Handwarmer pockets protect against chill
Length Details Hip length
Hand-Me-Down ID Label Built with wear to spare, so this style has our hand-me-down ID label
Supporting The People Who Made This Product Fair Trade Certified sewn
Country of Origin Made in Vietnam.
Girls Size Chart (in inches)
Our values reflect those of a business started by a band of climbers and surfers, and the minimalist style they promoted.
Build the best product
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The challenges we face as a society require leadership. Once we identify a problem, we act. We embrace risk and act to protect and restore the stability, integrity and beauty of the web of life.
Not bound by convention
Our success—and much of the fun—lies in developing new ways to do things.