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Patagonia Women's R1 Pull-Over

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Patagonia Women's R1 Pull-Over

Whether the snow flies or the sun shines, the Women's R1 Pull Over from Patagonia layers and insulates up over Mt. Baker corn snow, during a San Juans crossing, and down the Port Townsend waterfront. With its high/low grid polyester interior, this zip fleece stretches, breathes, moves moisture, and insulates. Sized to accommodate light underlayers, it works as a stand-alone top or as a light midlayer. To reduce bulk, the brushed-mesh internal chest pocket bag is glued-in to eliminate seams. The R1 Pull Over is recyclable through the Common Threads Recycling Program.

  • Fabric: R1®: 6.5-oz Polartec® Power Dry® 93% polyester (60% recycled)/7% spandex. Recyclable through the Common Threads Recycling Program
  • Recycled and recyclable polyester R1 fabric provides excellent stretch, warmth, wicking and breathability in a variety of temperatures, whether worn as lightweight insulation or a thermal baselayer
  • Lightweight yarns wick moisture
  • Outer microfiber yarns speed evaporation
  • Interior grid enhances compressibility and airflow
  • Jersey microfiber face for low-friction, nonbinding layering
  • Zippered, brushed-polyester mesh chest pocket
  • Weight: 257 g (9.1 oz)

Buy the Patagonia R1 Pull-Over for Women from Altrec.com. Orders over $45 qualify for free shipping.



5 Star Rating

Reviews - Patagonia Women's R1 Pull-Over

5 Stars ClimbingNHiking - 2012-07-13

Absolute favorite
I love this fleece so much. It fits well, isn't too tight so it is easy to layer under, and over. Love it for climbing in colder weather. I bought the black and have received a lot of compliments on the fit and style of it. I love the material, perfect thickness.



5 Stars AdvntrGirl - 2012-02-24

High Performance meets High Comfort
After being jealous of my husband's R1 pullover for a couple of years, I finally did something about it and got my own--I couldn't resist the Bougainvillea deep pink color. This piece really does live up to the hype I heard from my mountain guides and husband. It is now a staple in my hiking and climbing kit. It is lightweight, very comfortable, and does a great job of keeping you warm -- from cold temps or wind -- and dry -- from activity-generated body heat or sweat. The fabric is highly breathable -- no clammy feeling-- with great ventilation at the neck zipper if you need it while moving. The trim around the neck is very comfy against the chin and neck with no issues feeling the zipper-top, due to excellent design. It is a great layering piece. I bring it along to put over a sleeveless Mountain Hardwear Wicked Tee shirt if the wind picks up or the sun goes behind clouds--very comfy against bare skin. I wear it as my second layer over a longsleeve Patagonia Capilene 1, 2 or 3 when climbing or hiking, and remain very comfortable putting multiple layers on top of it as conditions warrant, including a Micro Puff jacket and softshell or hardshell jacket. It dries very fast. I hand washed it before bedtime during a recent climbing trip in Ecuador, and despite the damp rainy weather, it was dry by morning. I am 5'1"/115 pounds and always wear XS in Patagonia. It gives me a trim/athletic fit but still just enough room to put a layer underneath and yet give me freedom of movement and comfort. The sleeves are a little long on me, as expected, but not bad compared to other brands' long arms. My only negative is after 4 months of wear, the fabric is slightly nicked/snagged in a couple places below the waist, probably due to my harness and gear. Also, the triple-row of thread seams at the sleeve hems are a bit frayed on the exterior, probably from rubbing on rocks. It is hardly noticeable though and likely due to my climbing harness and gear etc. Now if only Patagonia would come out with a Women's version of the R1 Hoody pullover...I'd buy that too!



5 Stars Mipaddler - 2012-01-16


I am 5'3" 120#. I bought a Med it gives me plenty of room to layer under it. A small would be perfect without layers. I am short so it runs quite long for me. It runs true to size. Good wind resistance. Provides good warmth. Washes well, I air dry it.



 
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