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Men's Recycled Cashmere Hoody Pullover

Navy Blue
C$ 315
NVYB | Style No. 50860
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By their nature, knitted garments are prone to pilling, and this style is no exception. Removing pills can help lengthen the life of your Patagonia sweater, plus it’s easy to do with a sweater stone. Learn about removing pills at wornwear.com


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Unfortunately, production and shipping delays due to the COVID-19 pandemic are temporarily affecting our inventory. Thank you for being patient as we work through these issues safely and with compassion for the people who make our clothes.

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Our Recycled Cashmere Hoody Pullover features yarn that’s made from pre-consumer cashmere waste that’s sorted, mechanically broken down and spun into new yarn.

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  • Comfortable Cashmere Blend

    Made of 95% recycled cashmere/5% wool
  • Rib-Knit Details

    Rib-knit at hem and cuffs
  • Hip-Length

    Sweater is hip length
  • Country of Origin

    Made in Vietnam.
  • Weight

    386 g (13.6 oz)
  • 9-gauge 95% recycled cashmere/5% wool
Note

By their nature, knitted garments are prone to pilling, and this style is no exception. Removing pills can help lengthen the life of your Patagonia sweater, plus it’s easy to do with a sweater stone. Learn about removing pills at wornwear.com


Working with Patience and Compassion

Unfortunately, production and shipping delays due to the COVID-19 pandemic are temporarily affecting our inventory. Thank you for being patient as we work through these issues safely and with compassion for the people who make our clothes.

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