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The coziest sweater he'll ever own.

He'll love the Patagonia Boys' Down Sweater whether he's wearing it as a midlayer in ski school or by itself at boring school. Its Traceable down comes from non-live-plucked and non-force-fed ducks, and Patagonia had that third-party-verified for good conscience. The DWR-coated windproof shell battles the elements to keep him comfortably dry on walks home in stormy weather.

  • DWR-coated windproof shell
  • 600-fill Traceable duck down insulation
  • Drawcord hem, Elasticized cuffs
  • Handwarmer pockets

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Is this a really warm jacket for cold New England winters?

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Probably not. This is marketed as a down sweater, which means that the shell will not be durable compared to a traditional jacket, nor will it be as warm.

I'm in New England and both of my kids (9 and 11) seem really happy with traditional ski jackets.

4 5

Awesome jacket

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
  • Fit: True to size

I bought this jacket about two years ago because it was on sale at REI. However, it has turned into my go-to jacket for backpacking and camping. I have brought it on many fall/ winter trips, and it is great. Paired with a longsleeve shirt and a Gore-Tex jacket, in kept me plenty warm while sitting through an outdoor leadership course this December. With temps in the 30's and 40's, I was comfortable.

However, this jacket has begun to leak a lot and the lightweight nylon exterior feels like it is just waiting to be shredded into pieces by the first tree branch it touches. This can be countered by wearing a soft or hard shell over it.

Bonus: It is extremely light and compressible.