The first thing I thought when I saw the Patagonia Women's Prow Jacket was: "cool". I work in a jacket-heavy industry so it's rare that I see a product and have that kind of reaction. This is a very unique 600 fill down insulating layer that emphasizes style without sacrificing performance. The style is obvious, but I'll touch on the performance a little. The shell is 100% nylon plain weave fabric with a Deluge DWR (durable water repellent) finish that sheds rain/snow and protects the super warm goose down insulation. The collar is adjustable and closes with snaps. The benefit of an offset zipper (besides the appearance) is that, when layering, if you have multiple zippered layers they won't overlap; this means less rigidity and fewer cold spots. Stay warm and stay "cool".
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