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Patagonia's Down Sweater Jacket packs so much punch into 12 ounces, it will easily become your go-to down jacket this winter. The windproof fabric is jammed with just the right amount of 800 fill down to keep you heated at the core, right where you need it most. The clean, classic style will take you from your favorite coffee shop and straight up into the mountains without a second thought.
Supes Important Note - Some of the Patagonia Down Sweaters for Fall 2011 are made with non-recycled fabric. If you receive a non-recycled version of a Down Sweater, the fabric color may vary slightly from the images seen here. Sorry about all of it, and please don't hate us.
FEATURES of the Patagonia Men's Down Sweater Jacket
Super light, windproof shell fabric with high tear-strength has a Deluge DWR (durable water repellent) finish
Quilted construction stabilizes 800-fill-power premium European goose down
Two zippered handwarmer pockets, with Deluge DWR- (durable water repellent) coated zippers
Internal zippered stretch-mesh self-stuff pocket with a reinforced carabiner clip-in loop
Nylon-bound elastic cuffs and drawcord hem seal in warmth
SPECIFICATIONS of the Patagonia Men's Down Sweater Jacket
Weight: 12.1 oz / 343 g
Shell and Lining: 1.4-oz 22-denier 100% recycled polyester ripstop, with a Deluge DWR (durable water repellent) finish
Insulation: 800-fill-power premium European goose down
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Bought this in store after talking to a guy who knows his stuff on backpacking in the winter. This is the one I chose because of how incredibly light it is (feels more like a t-shirt), it's pretty cheap for 800-fill down, and how awesome it regulates temperature. I've been in this with a t-shirt in the 20 degree range day hiking and at the new years party where the dancing made the room very hot, yet I didn't sweat. If I had to be picky, I'd say the fit is a tad boxy and the down shifts to either side in the back after you've been driving for awhile. Great jacket, I always trust patagonia to keep me warm for these winter months.
"This jacket is like a "big lovable hug""
I just love my Patagonia down jacket- it's sooo comfy and huggable. So I ordered one for my husband and son for Christmas. It is a nice weight for Minnesota's Fall and Spring and warm enough in winter if your running errands or were having a "winter heat wave".It is very packable too. Enjoy!
The product is very thin, and has a very boxy cut in the body. For an athletic build (broad shoulders, narrow waist) this style will let in a lot of cold air making the 'lightweight warmth' a moot point. For a 'regular guy' (i.e. fuller in the middle) this may not be as much of an issue.
This sweater is super light and comfortable. Great relaxed fit. Great belay style cuffs. Great feel to the materials especially the inside. Great range of use. This isn't an allweather jacket but I casually much wore this jacket pretty much every day for months with temps ranging from low 70s to low 30s. Really super comfortable and adaptable. Other good features: it packs down to less than a liter's worth of space and the three pockets have plenty of space (i never stuffed them down because i loved the super light feel). Also great for layering, put on a good rain-shell and you're ready for anything.
I bought this coat for my grandpa. He had a stroke almost 10 years ago and has trouble getting around. For him the most important features for outdoor items are if they are light and quality products. I read some reviews about this coat being the lightest and warmest coat that you can get so I decided to order it. I was a little skeptical about how warm the coat could be since the coat only weighs about 3/4 lbs. We he got the coat he loved it. I even tried it on myself and found the coat very well made and surprisingly warm. To me it feels way lighter and a little bit warmer than my Columbia down jacket that I wear right now. This coat fulfilled my expectations.A few cons:1) You get what you pay for. This is no cheap coat and you pay for its Patagonia quality. 2) Though it might seem it at first there really are not a bunch of color options to choose3) Not a super cold weather coat
This is my to-go jacket in winter when it is above 30. When it is below 30, I can pair it with a soft shell or hard shell depends on the weather. It is so light, so comfortable that you almost forget wearing something.
"Love the jacket, just be sure to get the right size"
I bought the down sweater jacket after owning a Patagonia better sweater and love it. It's very warm, especially when layered with another jacket such as the better sweater. I also love the fact that you can pack it down into its pouch and I find myself using it as a pillow on road trips. I am 6'1'' and 190lbs and I bought an xl. The xl fits fine, maybe a little bit bulky in the front when zipped up, but if I could go back I probably would have gone with the L and a slimmer fit. Like I said I like to layer it so for this reason the xl works fine for me.
I was disappointed by the fit of the Patagonia Down Sweater. I'm 5'9, 140lbs and this thing fits me like a barn. I mean zero form factor whatsoever. Drooping in the front, baggy arms, the whole nine yards. I went with a Small but don't think the fit issue would be resolved by downsizing, as the bottom of this jacket is cut very short (any shorter and I don't think it would adequately cover me). The jacket is light and warm as advertized, no qualms there, but needless to say I'll be sending mine back in search of a better fit.