The Patagonia P-6 Label Uprisal Crew Sweatshirt is a 100% recycled polyester/cotton sweatshirt, perfect for casual wear or for when days take an unexpected turn.
PATAGONIA P-6 LABEL UPRISAL CREW SHEATSHIRT FEATURES & TECHNOLOGY
Fabrics: 11.5-oz 55% postconsumer recycled polyester/45% recycled cotton knit fleece with a brushed back Fit: Regular Fit Weight: 526 g (18.55 oz) Fair Trade Certified sewn Fabric is certified as bluesign approved
55% Recycled Polyester/45% Recycled Cotton Fabric 100% recycled materials. This knit fleece has a brushed interior and natural stretch.
Classic Crew Comfortable pullover sweatshirt has a classic crewneck
Rib-Knit Panel, Cuffs and Hem Rib-knit side panels, cuffs and hem; ribbed side panels provide improved movement
Original Artwork Patagonia original woven label
PVC- and Phthalate-Free Screen-print inks are PVC- and phthalate-free
Supporting the People Who Made This Product Fair Trade Certified™ sewn, which means the people who made it earned a premium for their labor
Men's Tops Size Chart (in inches)
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