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Would you like to own a cloud? Well now you can! I am 63 and 215 pounds. Purchased a Large and it fits well. If it didnt, Id just return it. But wouldnt review it poorly because it didnt fit my body. Patagonia is not a one size fits all. They try to be, but thats a very hard/challenging task to accomplish. This Fleece is perfect for any form of u... Read Morese in any climate besides warm. Just like most fleeces, it sheds a little. Just give it a good wash and dry on cool. Might take a few times, but should do the trick. Oh, and it has a spandex band on the bottom, but I find this nice as it helps to keep it close to me (ensuring my warmth) and gives me something to grab when needing to remove. Patagonia, Im always impressed.
I'm 6'0" and 190, and usually somewhere between the fit of a Medium and Large in men's fleeces and better sweaters. This one finally nailed it in shoulder width and length (longer torso, and usually need a slim/tailored fit). Can even fit a button up underneath comfortably, to snaz up for a day at the office.
This is a great option for those shorter fellas that don't like how the Synchilla Snap T gets baggy on the sleeves. I'm a 5'6 guy and the small fits perfectly! 4 stars just cause I'm not too crazy about the spandex on the waist, other than that it's a great piece!!!!
I got this thinking it would be just like my synchilla but it is so much thinner and loose at the bottom. It was like a dress that flared at the bottom.
Hi Gabrielle! We're sorry to hear this item didn't work out for you. The Micro D Snap-T Pullover uses a much lighter-weight micro-fleece (9.1 Oz) than the Synchilla Snap-T Pullover (18.7 Oz). If you are looking for a heavier-weight fleece, I would recommend sticking with either the classic [Synchilla Snap-T Pullover](https://www.patagonia.com/product/mens-synchilla-snap-t-fleece-pullover/25450.html?dwvar_25450_color=TCNN&cgid=root&isSearch=true#tile-2=&q=synchilla&lang=en_US&start=1&sz=24) or the [Lightweight Synchilla Snap-T Pullover](https://www.patagonia.com/product/mens-lightweight-synchilla-snap-t-fleece-pullover/25580.html?dwvar_25580_color=CMBN&cgid=root&isSearch=true#tile-2=&q=snap%2Bt%2B&lang=en_US&start=1&sz=24). You are welcome to return or exchange your item [here](https://www.patagonia.com/returns.html#searchterm=return).
A little tight across shoulders
This is a very nice pullover that I want to like a lot. The sizing is a bit "neat" across the shoulders for me.... and the bottom a bit too wide. The fabric is fine, exactly what I wanted for Fall. It's raining and 48 degrees here in Arkansas today and the product is just great over a light shirt. I'm not sure that a merchant ca... Read Moren ever produce a clothing product that truly satisfies all the varieties of body shapes, but this garment isn't quite as good a fit for me as the XL mid-weight fleece Snap-T that I bought last winter. One size larger might take care of my shoulder question, but I suspect that the bottom on an XXL might look like a parachute on me.
Hi Robert! Thanks for your feedback! We're sorry to hear the fit of this pullover didn't work out quite as well as your recent Patagonia products. I went ahead and reached out privately to follow up on this for you.
Perfect Warmer Weather Fleece
I have had a lightweight synchilla fleece for a few years and have frequently thought, I wish this was a bit lighter weight. Along comes this MicroD Fleece and its exactly what i wanted for spring/fall/cooler summer days, or for airport commuting where the thicker fleece would have me sweating. Great fleece!
Unfit at any size
You might reasonably expect clothing sizes and the customers they fit to conform to a bell curve, where the most frequently ordered sizes fit most of the population. Patagonia seems to take the approach that sizes should fit fashion models in a variety of heights. If you're of average size you can expect the Large in this product to be sloppy ... Read Morebig, with the sleeves reaching down to near your fingertips. The Medium will be so tight you can barely pull it on and the sleeves will end above your wrists. The problem is not that the Medium is sized for a fashion model who is 6 feet tall and 160 pounds, it's you: you don't fit Patagonia's conception of the kind of people who should be wearing their products. The penalty you will pay for that is poorly fitting clothing at a premium price. You should note that Patagonia has embraced hipster sizing, so the fit of everything is designed to be button-popping tight across your chest with sleeves ending halfway down your hands. You can confirm this by looking at their product photography: sleeves are extra long even on their models. The average male in the US is 5'9", but Patagonia sizing assumes that you're smaller than average or larger than average. Even the feedback form makes that assumption.
🏃♀️ very small !
I am usually a medium-large. This would be a great jacket if the sizing were better. Could barely get medium over my head. Similar problem with many Patagonia tops-if the sleeves are right length, the shoulders are too tight and vice-versa . What do you do ?
We're sorry to hear this item didn't work out for you! Please note that your satisfaction is guaranteed. If you would like to initiate a return or exchange, you may do so [HERE](https://www.patagonia.com/returns.html#searchterm=returns).
One size larger was perfect fit !
Love the feel and weight of this lighter version Snap D pullover. I have the heavier version, and so far love it...the lighter version is good for Fall or Spring, as well as winter with long sleeve base layer underneath. I order Large, but felt it was a bit too snug. Decided to try the xl and the fit was so much more comfortable . I have wider shou... Read Morelders and a little more chest than I’d like, and found the xl was perfect.
get your sizing together
Select any Patagonia product, and you'll find the same comments: "sizing is totally inconsistent. get it together!" Different colors, different sizes. different models, different sizes. I own a medium LT Synchilla that fits great. This - terrible. It's cut like a small in the chest and an XXL at the waist. This is my last purcha... Read Morese from Patagonia. It's just too frustrating.
We're sorry to hear that this item did not work for you. Please note that your satisfaction is always guaranteed and you are welcome to initiate a return at any time [HERE](https://www.patagonia.com/returns.html#searchterm=return).
Great Cool Weather Fleece
This fleece is perfect if you want the Synchilla aesthetic without the heat and bulk. That's exactly what I got it for. For me, 50s and low 60s is too warm for most fleece, so this has become my go-to. The material is crazy soft and comfortable. There are no pockets, which took some getting used to, but that's fine. This is just a cozy th... Read Morerow-on or light activity fleece. It's strictly casual for me. Not really great for the office/semi-formal occasions due to not being able to comfortably fit a collared shirt underneath and the funky color palettes. I'm 5'11, 190 and ordered Large. It fits great.
Quality not so good
I own 2 pairs of jacket from Patagonia and they are awesome. But this particular one is not so good quality. The package came in a dirty cover, and when I started rubbing the material lint started coming all over the place. For $95 cost I felt the product is not of good quality. U shouldnt get lints just by moving ur hands on the product. Also when... Read More I wore it, it left a huge amount of lint in the t-shirts I was wearing inside. Very disappointed, I really liked the color hence the 1 star and the fleece feels warms so another star.
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