Seen here in a versatile black colourway, this Patagonia Torrentshell 3L Pullover Jacket is a new style for spring and has been constructed with a protective 3-layer H2No® Performance Standard shell. Standing up to wind and rain whilst remaining breathable and comfortable against the skin, a combination of a 3.3-oz 50-denier ECONYL® 100% recycled nylon ripstop face, polycarbonate PU membrane with 13% bio-based content, a tricot backer and a durable water repellent finish has been selected for the outer which has a tonal colour block design. A chest-deep center front zipper secures the front and leads to a microfleece-lined neck and a two-way adjustable hood that has a laminated visor that rolls down and stows away using a simplified cord and hook design. On the left side of the chest a woven label shows the famous Patagonia mountain range logo and underneath a drop-in torso pocket has a secure zip fastening and offers plenty of space to carry essential items. The long sleeves have elasticated cuffs to help seal out precipitation whilst the hem has an adjustable drawcord hem. When not in use this style can be packed within its own torso pocket which has a carabiner clip-in loop for easy carrying.
SS20 sees Patagonia look to the Mississippi River Basin to inform colour and print which they hope will also raise awareness for the rich fauna found in the area which is currently under threat from high levels of chemical pollution. Founded in 1973 by Yvon Chouinard, Patagonia has become known for its left-wing approach to business and design which continues to set the mark for how new outdoor clothing and accessories can be made in a sustainably conscious way.
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