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The Patagonia Men's Down Sweater is a lightweight down jacket for staying warm during winter activities. The jacket is full of 800 fill power goose down inside of a durable 100% recycled polyester ripstop shell to surround your upper body with warmth. The shell is windproof to block gusts and is also coated with a durable water repellent to deter light snow. When you're not sure what the weather has in store, it compacts down into it's own chest pocket, ready when the weather turns without taking up space or weighing down your pack. A chin guard protects your neck from getting pinched when zipping all the way up and elastic cuffs wrap softly around your wrists to keep warmth inside. Wear the sweater alone or underneath a hardshell for a complete winter package.
FEATURES of the Patagonia Men's Down Sweater
New shell fabric has an updated ripstop pattern, and like the liner, is still a 100% recycled polyester fabric with a DWR (durable water repellent) finish
Traceable Down (third-party-certified, non-live-plucked, non-force-fed) 800-fillpower goose down
Updated fit is more contoured and has a longer hem
Center-front vislon zipper has wicking interior storm flap and zipper garage at chin for next-to-skin comfort
Two secure handwarmer pockets have vislon zippers and garages internal zippered chest pocket self-stuffs and has a carabiner clip-in loop
Comfortable nylon-bound elastic cuffs seal in warmth
Hem adjusts by pulling cord in handwarmer pockets and releases with cordlocks at front hem
SPECIFICATIONS of the Patagonia Men's Down Sweater
Weight: 13.1 oz / 371 g
Regular fit, meaning it's neither slim nor oversized, and can be worn comfortably over baselayers and even midlayers
Shell: 1.4-oz 20x30-denier 100% recycled polyester ripstop with a DWR (durable water repellent) finish
Lining: 1.5-oz 22-denier 100% recycled polyester ripstop with a DWR (durable water repellent) finish
Insulation: Traceable Down (third-party-certified, non-live-plucked, non-force-fed) 800-fill-power goose down
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This jacket is incredibly light-weight and compresses down into a small ball for easy transportation. It certainly lives up to my expectations of a down jacket. It regulates temperature quickly and can be warn in temperatures up to 60 degrees comfortably. I highly recommend this product to anyone looking to purchase a down jacket.
"Great Fit, Warm, Series Manufacturing Flaws"
My wife purchased this for me for Christmas this year and I was initially very happy with my gift. I'm 6'0, 185lbs and a large fit me perfectly. Kept me warm during a few weeks of a very cold Buffalo December and January.Unfortunately, I noticed that some of the stitching on the inside shoulder had begun to unravel within a few days of use. I sent it back to Moosejaw who was awesome in quickly getting me a replacement, same color, same size. Within another three weeks, baffle stitching was coming undone in two places on the replacement; on the outside shoulder, and again just inside the opposite shoulder. I hadn't worn the jacket without a shell on the few hikes I'd taken, and in fact even had worn a shell over the jacket on my way to the office as this winter has been so cold. No way this should have happened, let alone twice. I returned again and am currently waiting for a Arcteryx Thorim AR as a permanent replacement. Crossing my fingers that the workmanship is better on that.
"Warmest, Lightest, most comfortable insulating layer you can get!"
The fit: It has ample room in the chest and shoulders. I have long arms and have trouble getting gear with long enough sleeves, but that is not a problem here. I can be lifting my kayak onto the roof of my truck with out feeling like a fat man in a little coat. Slim fit layers well under a shell. Attributes: Nice big pockets up front that you can easily get your gloved hand in and out of without any difficulty. The inner breast pocket doubles as a stuff sack so you can stow it in your pack for when you get to the summit ridge. Light weight and almost excessively warm. Cons: It does not breathe well. So it is on you to know when to take it off before you start to sweat when on your climb. It is spend, but you get what you pay for. Great Jacket. I love it. Buy it. You will be happy.
If you can find the $ for this jacket, make it so, Number One. It's warm and fits well, but it also weighs nothing and packs down to nearly nothing. So you can shove it in your bag at any time--handy for cold nights camping or trips where you need to carry that warm jacket around just for when you get back home. Plus, Patagonia will fix it if anything goes wrong (like feathers poking out.)
This is what I call this jacket. It's a running joke between my girlfriend and I. The heat cocoon performs stellar in any kind of cold. If it's truly freezing out there layer this sucker and throw a hard-shell over this down sweater for a true high-performing cold weather system. I went with blue since I have so much greys and blacks in my wardrobe. I'd highly recommend this to anyone looking for cold weather gear. It's windproof and extremely warm, just be wary of any sharp things.
"Warm, Light-Weight, Comfy, and Stylish. It's Hard to Beat."
This jacket is my go-to for any cold-weather activities that are thrown my way. This jacket kills the cold. We recently had a cold front where the wind chill got down to -15. This jacket performed gallantly in blocking both the cold, and all but the gustiest winds. Paired with a soft shell or rain jacket, you can be toasty in just about any weather. I love the colors, too (I got red). This will be an excellent addition to anyone's adventure wardrobe.
"If you don't own a Patagonia Down Sweater yet....do yourself a favor and BUY ONE ASAP!"
Wow. This garment is fantabulous. First off, it weighs virtually nothing, seriously, it feels lighter than a long sleeved t-shirt. It keeps me warm in cold weather, and yet when I go indoors, I don't overheat. This may be why you see so many hipsters wearing this while ordering their Moscow Mules at the local too-cool-for-school tavern. All kidding aside, I've worn the Nano Puff and Micro Puff for years....and was always reluctant to get a Down Sweater in case it was wet outside. This has the Patagonia DWR coating, so you should be fine with normal snow-like precipitation. I ordered the Feather Grey, and it features a navy blue zipper and interior. The color scheme is perfect, I'm only referred to a Michelin Man on rare occasion.
My wife bought me this for Christmas this year and just in time--temps dropped to single digits in Buffalo, NY this week. Taken on a couple of hikes and found this to be very breathable but much warmer than I'd have thought possible for the weight. I've taken to wearing a hard shell over this for the especially cold days, and also when I'm out hiking in thicker brush. As with all compressible down gear I'm aware of, snags and sharp objects are your enemy for such thin outer material. This looks great on the trail or showing up at the in-laws for dinner. I'm 6', about 185lbs and the large worked for me--almost a tailor fit. I found it did do a decent job blocking the wind unlike a previous reviewer, but certainly a hard shell for colder days is a smart idea. Unzipped, this would be fine for early spring and early fall, and light enough to bring on the trail as an emergency jacket or make-shift pillow in warmer months.
"Perfect to use this jacket in -10F to 35F"
I have had this jacket for 4 years. This is the perfect jacket for temperatures between -10F and 35F. Adjusts well to temperatures in those ranges. I would recommend some form of hard shell over this jacket though. While it is very warm, it does not resist the wind. Very durable, and the ability to pack it into the small interior pocket is a great feature for backpacking.