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Patagonia Better Sweater: Men's or Women's Quarter-Zip Pullover

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REI.com has select Patagonia Better Sweater Jackets, Vests and Pullovers on sale at prices listed below. Select free store pickup where stock permits, otherwise shipping is free on orders of $50 or more. Thanks sdh

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Most Better Sweaters by Patagonia are 50% off at REI. Good selection of colors too. Pick up in store or shipping is available (free ship at $50).

Men's quarter zip: https://www.rei.com/product/88586...lover-mens
Men's fleece jacket: https://www.rei.com/product/88586...acket-mens
Men's vest: https://www.rei.com/product/88589...-vest-mens
Women's quarter zip: https://www.rei.com/product/89496...ver-womens
Women's fleece jacket: https://www.rei.com/product/88590...ket-womens
Women's vest: https://www.rei.com/product/88590...est-womens
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This is meant for layering, was not designed as an outer shell.
Well aware. But there are much better options for $50 for layering. Pretty much any fleece.
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These are super breathable and offer no wind or rain protection.

They are more stylish than functional in my opinion. Have a couple and they are nice for the cold office or a fall evening with friends, but I never take mine to the outdoors.

They also pile after a couple of washes.

Great for looks and brand name, not great for outdoors.
speaking of pile... I'm wondering if Patagonia changed material suppliers for this. My older Patagonia with the same type of material has never piled. Their new stuff seems to pile much easier.
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I'm looking for a durable and cozy non-staticky alternative to standard fleece jackets, any suggestions? Last year static built up so much on all of mine that I couldnt even wear some of the older ones even though theyre in good condition. I hate static guard and have tried washing every way, rinsing a million times, air drying, etc. Fleece has always been my go to midlayer so idk what to get now. Maybe a different knit polyester?
I really like the thin down jackets that are popular now. Look more for how much poof it has rather than what quality feathers it has. You can have a jacket with 800 down fill that doesn't enough "poof" to keep you warm. 650+ is more than adequate. Best bang for the buck ones are cabelas branded imho. I also have a synthetic version for wet weather.

I also have a couple of mountain hardwear softshells that are water-resistant and windproof that do great under a shell and over a light fleece for serious winter activities.
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Thanks OP, repped.
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Looks like they shipped with Lasership, not regular carrier... bad experience before, hope it works this time.
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No medium for men's Frown
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Well aware. But there are much better options for $50 for layering. Pretty much any fleece.
i promise you $50 for a patagonia sweater is better than anything else you can find for $50, and there's definitely nothing that's 'much better'. $50 is quite inexpensive for outerwear

edit: put in my order earlier this week, this sale is great. ended up with better sweater full zip, bivy down vest and baggies bomber. i honestly don't think arcteryx stuff is any better than patagonia, and the selection is a whole lot better.
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i promise you $50 for a patagonia sweater is better than anything else you can find for $50, and there's definitely nothing that's 'much better'. $50 is quite inexpensive for outerwear

edit: put in my order earlier this week, this sale is great. ended up with better sweater full zip, bivy down vest and baggies bomber. i honestly don't think arcteryx stuff is any better than patagonia, and the selection is a whole lot better.
I politely disagree strongly. I've done plenty of winter summits, climbing, research, and hiking around the world from the Himalayas to the Andes to the Arctic Circle to name a few. I have three better sweaters and would never bring them on a trek. I wear them frequently in casual situations and they are great, but less so for "real" outdoor time.

Some better options IMHO for <$50:

https://www.sierra.com/quickview/index/584ur/?filterString=clearance~1%2Fmen~d~5284%2Fmens-clothing~... [sierra.com]

https://www.mountainhardwear.com/mens-32-degree-half-zip-1677201.html?dwvar_1677201_variationColor=0... [mountainhardwear.com]

https://www.rei.com/product/87809...acket-mens

I can find about 100 more options with more dedications

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I was able to submit an order for a fleece jacket and added some stakes for free shipping. The stakes shipped first, then they cancelled the jacket. The jacket was refunded and the stakes weren't, which makes sense, but not really what I was looking for.
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Ordered a black large fleece jacket on 8/16 morning, Just finished chatting with a REI agent and he told me that most likely that my order will cancel due to lack of inventory.
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I don't understand-most of America is overweight or obese yet S and M always sell out leaving the large sizes---it doesn't make sense.
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I politely disagree strongly. I've done plenty of winter summits, climbing, research, and hiking around the world from the Himalayas to the Andes to the Arctic Circle to name a few. I have three better sweaters and would never bring them on a trek. I wear them frequently in casual situations and they are great, but less so for "real" outdoor time.

Some better options IMHO for <$50:

https://www.sierra.com/quickview/index/584ur/?filterString=clearance~1%2Fmen~d~5284%2Fmens-clothing~... [sierra.com]

https://www.mountainhardwear.com/mens-32-degree-half-zip-1677201.html?dwvar_1677201_variationColor=0... [mountainhardwear.com]

https://www.rei.com/product/87809...acket-mens

I can find about 100 more options with more dedications
Totally agree-Patagonia is just "in-style now". These aren't selling out quick because of their technical features-they're selling out for the patch on the front.
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I don't understand-most of America is overweight or obese yet S and M always sell out leaving the large sizes---it doesn't make sense.
It could be that they make LESS smalls and mediums and usually those are the first to go. For example I have a size 13 shoe. Many times they end up selling out before the smaller sizes. If I had 100 shirts to make and 70% of a given market wears an L or bigger, then that leaves 30 so shirts in small/medium. But more than likely those small/mediums get taken up very quickly, especially on a sale like this.
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Totally agree-Patagonia is just "in-style now". These aren't selling out quick because of their technical features-they're selling out for the patch on the front.
Trust me, when Patagucci starts being worn by....a 'poorer crowd', people will switch to the next most expensive but slightly more obscure brand. I'm betting on arc'teryx
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The lemmings love this stupid ass brand. I see trendy brands like this are solely for intellectually weak followers. The epitome of the type of person who is responsible for most of what is wrong with society and the world. Wearing a brand to be cool or fit in is a sign of huge character deficiency. Even worse, the Patagona founder is a radical far left commie.
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