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Soft & Warm
Got this as a gift for my partner. They put it on immediately and only took it off to sleep for the next week. Soft, very warm, and looks great too! They've used it for working from home, going on cold walks under a jacket, and stepping outside. I hope Patagonia continues to make colorful and playful patterns for adults of all genders like... Read More the Fungus one we got on sale.
I need better colors :(
Patagonia used to have such cute designs not long ago. What happened? Everything has navy :( give me cuter designs please!
Thank you so much for taking the time to write this review. Please rest assured that we will be passing along this feedback to our Product Design Team so they are aware of the want for different colors and designs.
I bought 2 of these
I bought 2 of these same LARGE styles last year. They were perfect. This year they had a black available which I ordered a LARGE. It fit differently, too tight. It was a smaller fit. So I ordered a XL but it fit too long. Had to get it altered for an extra $40
Thank you so much for taking the time to write this review, Steve. We also want to apologize for the issues you encountered with our sizing. Please note, we will be passing this feedback along to our Product Design Team so they can look into possible fixes to the fit of this product in future seasons.
Super Comfy and Fun
I had a giftcard to get something at Patagonia and decided to spend it on the Synchilla, and I couldn't be more happy. It's an incredibly warm and comfortable fleece that I can see myself wearing in any situation. It works as a fun casual piece, a layer in the cold, and something cozy to snuggle in. I was slightly worried about the sizing... Read More, but at 6' the medium fit perfectly. Not to small, and not too large either. This was my first Patagonia buy, and I'm very satisfied-- would recommend.
Best Fleece Ever
I had never worn one before this year, and when I saw the new colors I had to buy one. After using the fit finder, I purchased a size M and it fits great. This immediately became one of the most comfortable, warm and stylish pieces of clothing I own. I would only suggest to try and limit how much you wash them, because they do begin to pill, as any... Read More fleece would.
Warm and comfy and water repellent.
I got this fleeze to wear under a drysuit for boating in super cold water, but also keep me warm in the cold Michigan lake breezes. So far i have worn it for about a month. I got it for the purpose of wearing in a drysuit as well as looking cool for other uses. During one trial swim that lasted about an hour and included aggressive swimming, i had ... Read Morea little water penetrate from the neck seal on the drysuit. The water beaded right off the synchilla and ended soaking into my undergarmet which was polyester and spandex, so it was pretty awesome, I took off the drysuit at the end of the swim and walked back to the car which was about a mile and a half away warm and dry as can be. I then toke it out as a top layer sailing in the Lake Michigan October lake breezes in the high 40's and it worked well however did get alittle cold after about three hours out. After that i started layering up and have been really successful. I had planned to layer up so I also got a size up to layer underneath to really stay warm. I use a grid fleeze as my underlayer and a sports shirt under that. Two days ago i went out with the synchilla top and bottom with the layers mention including the drysuit on a late night sail and i was running toasty warm and comfy while everyone else was freezing with layer upon layer on including their foul weather gear. Temp was in low 40's and maybe gust up to 20 knots. It was awesome to be so comfy and happy to spend the extra dough on high quality clothing! Things i really like, Lack of zippers, which helps me protect the drysuit from zipper tears and cuts. Nice uniformity of material which feels great in a drysuit and good in general. The buttons for the neck closure feel good against my body, they dont become pressure points even when compressed against the chest. The buttons on the neck and bands around the cuffs do a great job of keeping the pullover in the right position on the wrist and around the neck to prevent gust of air to burst in and get me cold or to move on me while in the drysuit. The price seems great for the quality. Im super please which is why i had to write a review. I like it more than the regular synchilla pullover for the reasons above as well as the regular synchilla pullover lets in air unless all zipped up and even then i still feel cold spots around the zipper closures. So this pullover is the way to go. :)
Sold Fleece Jacket
Just another great fleece from the king of fleeces, Patagonia. However, and I absolutely could be wrong, the cut of this jacket is different from 4 or so years ago. IMO, this jacket runs kinda small. But Iits still the best on the market. I had to take a star away because man, these are horrible, horrible colors.
The wife got one right after me!
I love this lightweight Synchilla. Ive only used it to chill around home and run errands. But even being lightweight (more of a mid weight to be honest) it doesnt seem like it would be good for high endurance activities. I run hot anyway so Id be good with just a long sleeve wool shirt and a wind breaker to start off with in low 60 degree weather. ... Read MoreAnyways super comfy and I have yet to feel the original Synchilla which is heavier and warmer but Ill see if I need it as we get closer to winter but I doubt it. Im happy with what I got and so is my wife.
Soft, warm, fits great, and pilling
Haven't had it a year yet, wore it for one winter/spring season. Only washed maybe 3-4 times, always in cold water, and air dried. Today, catching the light just so, I can see the forearms/cuffs, front by the hem and sides are pilling. What??? I asked Patagonia about that, and they said use a pumice stone (which seems wrong for such a new garm... Read Moreent, or really for any garment). Is pilling what happens when the material is recycled? They never used to do that. It's disappointing. I love the feel and warmth, and the pilling makes it look grubby and cheap. Not quite the look I'm after...
Hey Charlie, thank you for the review. We're sorry to hear that your fleece is pilling. The main culprit for pilling is friction over time. It could happen when an item is worn with a backpack, or when your seatbelt hits and rubs the same spot; but usually it takes time and wear for that to happen. It sounds like you might potentially have a warranty issue on your hands, and we'd be happy to evaluate it for either a refund or merchandise credit. To begin the return process, click [here](https://www.patagonia.com/returns.html).
Another classic from Patagonia. A
Another classic from Patagonia. A lot of other outdoor retailers have adopted the vintage 90s fleece style, but in my opinion this is the best take. Fun patterns and a great fit. If you have broader shoulder, go a side up. I wear a medium in most tops but went large for comfort. So soft
Fantastic, but expensive
Everything about it is perfect, especially the fit personally. great for temperatures ranging from 5-20, although can get a bit hot north of those figures as it isnt breathable by design. is comfortable on its own, under a shell, under an insulated jacket. The pocket is ideal and is perfect for sunglasses (as designed) or AirPods/keys etc. can be w... Read Moreorn with anything for a range of styles. Cons - Expensive!, never in stock in nice colours, new colour releases have been consistently bad, the tactile feel of the fleece can die down over time (unsure wether this is a cereal issue or a personal problem
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