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Patagonia Down Sweater Jacket - Men's

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    Stay warm, stay motivated.

    Getting out of your sleeping bag on a frigid alpine ascent can be daunting, but with the Patagonia Men's Down Sweater Jacket you can take the comfort of your sleeping bag up the mountain with you. With a DWR treated recycled polyester ripstop shell and lining, this down jacket will repel moisture and wind leaving the 800-fill goose down to keep your body well insulated all the way to the summit. 

    • 800-fill European goose down
    • Recycled polyester ripstop shell and lining
    • DWR shell and lining finish
    • Windproof
    • Regular fit
    • 2 zippered hand pockets
    • Item #PAT00FN

    Tech Specs

    Material
    20 x 30D 100% recycled polyester ripstop, DWR finish, [lining] 100% recycled polyester ripstop, DWR finish
    Insulation
    800-fill goose down
    Fit
    regular
    Length
    hip
    Pockets
    2 zip hand
    Hood
    no
    Powder Skirt
    no
    Claimed Weight
    13 oz
    Recommended Use
    alpine & expedition, climbing
    Manufacturer Warranty
    lifetime

    Tech Specs

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    Amazing Service for a cool jacket

    • Size Bought: Medium

    I am typically a small, but for the new cut of the Patagonia jackets I got a medium and the fit is really good considering you'll have layered clothing underneath it.

    The amazing part about the purchase is the service received from Backcountry. Great customer service. Super easy to work with and competitive pricing.

    Great Gear Great Service

    • Fit: True to size

    Two Things.
    1) The jacket fulfilled its specifications. It's warm. It fits great to my contour. I am always impressed with Patagonia.

    2) The exceptional service from Backcountry. With their Live Chat feature, I was able to resolve my merchandise and pricing problem in within 15 mins.

    flexible and warm

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times
    • Fit: True to size

    Love this jacket - got it in peppergrass and always get loads of compliments (note that I'm female and got it in a size small for the color - the women's jacket doesn't come in it). While it heats up quickly, it also breathes well so doesn't stay overly hot for long or get super sweaty (it dries quickly as well). It's not waterproof but that does allow the material to be a lot more flexible and easy to move around in. The reason I'm not giving it 5 stars is even after only wearing it a few times, feathers started coming out of the jacket, which, for the price point and brand, seems a little disappointing. Other people who have this jacket also had similar issues.

    Good build quality

    • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
    • Fit: True to size

    Good build quality. Surprisingly warm for sweater-type jacket. Since the jacket contains down insulation, it is very lightweight and compressible. Since getting this jacket, it has been my “go-to” jacket when the temperature is in the 30-45 F degree range. Any colder than 30 degrees, then I find that I need a heavier jacket. Any warmer than 45 degrees, then I am too hot in this jacket.

    Great but stitching is coming undone.

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

    I love this jacket, I'm a 5'11" male about 150 lbs and I got the medium and it fits perfectly. I love this as a layer, backpacking, camping, football games, coat for snowy weather walking to class, it does it all. The only problem I have is that the stitching that separates the down into pouches, I don't really know what to call it but it stops the down from pooling into one spot, well they come undone. I haven't put it through rough use but they are coming undone and some will catch on the zippers. I love this jacket but not sure how long it will last... I've had this coat for a year and a half now.

    Patagonia Down Sweater Jacket

    • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
    • Fit: True to size
    • Size Bought: Large

    Looks great, fits perfectly and is so comfortable it feels like I've owned it for years.

    Patagonia Down Sweater Jacket

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times
    • Fit: True to size
    • Size Bought: XL

    For a brief background on myself, I have been an avid hiker, backpacker and car camper for over 45 years. I own and have used many many many different manufactures clothing products including several items from Patagonia. In general, I find Patagonia makes and sells some excellent products one of which is their Down Sweater Jacket. I find the Sweater to be well made using outstanding materials (down, nylon and stitching) and warm. Now to say this is the warmest down jacket I have ever used would be false as it is definitely NOT, however, please understand that this jacket is much more like a sweater in weight (very light) and loft and should not be compared to an expedition down jacket or even a major puffy. I find the sizing to be mostly true to size but perhaps very slightly on the small (athletic) size. I feel this Down/Sweater jacket is $pricey at $229.00 but if you can purchase it at a good discount, like I did, I find it to be an excellent value and useful addition to my outdoor clothing equipment.

    Beware Patagonia Repair Policy, Sizing

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times
    • Fit: Runs small

    I had the previous version in Medium, zipper broke, sent in for repair and instead of a simple zipper repair Patagonia sent a new medium. The new sizes are completely different: Medium is too small and Large is too big. BUT, and here's the kicker, Patagonia will only reimburse me $119.00 instead of the $200 I paid (and new version is $229 as one can see). I have spent thousands on Patagonia products (ski gear, fly fishing, backpacking, climbing, casual, etc.), and now feel burned by their repair/replace policy - and that they've changed sizing on much of their outer wear. Very disappointed, and will no longer buy Patagonia (welcome Arc'teryx).

    Great, warm, light-weight jacket

    • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
    • Fit: True to size
    • Size Bought: XXL

    Great, warm, light-weight jacket

    Good most of the time

    • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
    • Fit: True to size
    • Size Bought: Medium

    It's perfect for wearing "around town" even in below freezing conditions. You don't want anything heavier for just walking around and going in/out of heated areas.

    For extended periods of time outside, I'd say it's perfectly warm in light activity (e.g. walking) down to ~30F, or lower with heavier exertion. For really heavy snow though, I'd recommend an extra waterproofing layer on the outside. For extreme cold this would serve better, as the name implies, as a "sweater" layer.

    Good look/feel, but minimal warmth.

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

    I bought this for work and backpacking, I work outside at night, so I've got a great gauge of what temps this is good for. I've found with heavy exertion like running, it'll keep you warm to around 20 degrees Fahrenheit, which is awesome, but while standing around, it only is good to 40 degrees. It also losses a couple feathers, more than I'm used to but is fairly normal, so be aware of that. I love the pockets, and again it looks and feels great, and is fairly light, but for a 200 dollar down jacket, I was hoping for better warmth. A side note, I am naturally warm, it's not like I'm just getting cold because I'm naturally cold, it's that the jacket really isn't that warm. Based on everyone else's reviews I'm half thinking my jacket is a fluke, but just be aware that the jacket isn't all that warm.

    Actually improved over earlier years

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times
    • Fit: True to size
    • Size Bought: Large

    First and foremost, let me commend Backcountry.com for excellent, pain free customer service. Not 3 days after I bought this jacket I received an email from Patagonia and they had it even cheaper. I called up and was connected with Nick, who was able to verify the price and immediately credit me the difference. If I wasn't a cheapskate, I wouldn't be on this site in the first place. You guys have a customer for life...Thanks!

    Now to the jacket... I bought the 2015 color Underwater Blue in Large. The color is reminiscent of the old Patagonia color Glass Blue, but more bright turquoise with a peppergrass green interior and zipper. The gender insecure may not be fans of the color, but it is bright and fun and looks great. You will also be easy to find.
    The 2015 jacket is just a little more "fitted" than prior models at the waist, but it is still a little boxy in the shoulders for a guy like me with a 41 chest. Sleeve length is good. I previously had a medium and the sleeves were okay but it was just a little snug.
    POCKET ALERT: They really should modify the description. Patagonia has brought back the vertical chest pocket on the inside of this jacket. It has 3 pockets. The vertical chest pocket is huge and is actually now the stow pocket for the jacket. Although you have to open the jacket to access it, its still very nice to have. I was actually going to get a Mountain Hardwear Nitrous just to get a 3rd pocket until a review here mentioned it and you can actually see it on the pictures of the interior of the jacket. That's a big selling point.
    Finally, this jacket is as warm as ever and with 800 fill power, it does get almost too hot if you have it zipped up in doors or in the car.

    Lightweight beauty

    • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
    • Fit: True to size
    • Size Bought: Medium

    It's lightweight, fits nicely. You won't get that bulky look. Makes you look cool. I use it on top of a Patagonia fleece jacket and both keep me warm. Runs at little bit tight on the waist but I think that's OK.

    New Favorite Jacket

      I own both this and the down shirt and love them both. The down sweater fits even better! I'm 6'1" and lean; where the down shirt is a little tight around the waist when zipped, the seater fits perfect. It's a little roomier at the bottom and can be adjusted to perfection with the drawstrings. Super comfortable and does its job in keeping you warm.

      Color me impressed

      • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
      • Fit: True to size
      • Size Bought: Medium

      I've been in the market for a lightweight, compact jacket for both solo use and pairing with my Carhartt shell. At 6' 3", 170lbs sizing is often troublesome (long arms and skinny torso). The medium fit beautifully. Perfect in the arms and enough room in the torso for layering without being huge.

      When I pulled it out of the bag my initial thought was "this thing is way too light to work". I was fortunate enough to be blessed the next day with a usual Central Illinois January day of -17F to try it out on. I went out on a 3 mile walk with just the jacket and a cotton long-sleeve base layer. Despite the 15mph wind and chilly temps, the jacket performed like a dream. I felt no chill come through and while my face was a nice windburned red at the end, everything covered by the jacket was nice and toasty, but not too much to make me sweat.

      All I could say when I got home was "WOW". This is a fabulous get and I look forward to putting it through its paces. I am swapping it out though for another color since "Arbor Green" was a little too soft for my super macho lifestyle :) Buy this jacket!!

      Greatness you'd expect from Patagonia

      • Familiarity: I gave it as a gift but have feedback to share
      • Fit: True to size
      • Size Bought: M

      You can expect a high quality jacket that will keep you warm without too much puff. It's a do-it-all jacket, but may not be suitable for wet conditions. Very light and compressible. That's all there is to it.

      Packs the heat

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

      It does what it's supposed to do, in a nice tight package. Similar to the marmot Zeus or MHW ghost whisper or Rab microapline, it's a relativley lofty (no marshmallow man here), very warm, highly compressible piece of gear that is great for everything from city life to camping trips to skiing. I have worn this under a gore-Tex pro shell (no insulation in the jacket, just the shell) and it was warm to about 5 degrees. Slimmer fit, packs super small, fits in any backpack as an additional layer, and slightly water resistant. Like most jackets with this type of ripstop material, u do need to be careful with it. 5f 10in 165. If u want it tight, u could sneak into a small. If u want a little room to maneuver, go medium.

      Please Don't Judge Me!

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

      I bought the green one and I hate to admit this but I have worn this jacket every time I went outside last month (December). I wore this over a t-shirt when the temperature is approximately 35-55 degree Fahrenheit. If it get's any colder, I will wear a base layer underneath a long sleeve/crew neck then throw this bad boy over it and I never feel cold. If anything, I find myself taking if off after a while because it gets too warm. Anyways, it's a good buy! Oh and if your my height, the small fits snug around the hip area, if you don't like that go up a size.

      Ok this or the Arcteryx cerium jacket lt , I want the one that's gonna last and not tear

      Is this jacket machine washable?

      Best Answer

      Michael,

      This is machine washable! Go to the Patagonia Product Care Guide and scroll down to the Down Insulation section.

      It's quite simple and I do it all the time.

      http://www.patagonia.com/us/patagonia.go?assetid=2797

      More questions? Just call or email me, directly.

      Does either the Patagonia down jacket or the Patagonia nano air run big? I am 6'3 250, i ordered the mountain hardwear nitrous in XXL and it swallowed me, so now I would rather pay more and get one of these two jackets. I wear an xxl in true slim fitting designs but I can wear xl sometimes when they run big. Please help

      Rob,

      Even though you're a Timbers fan, I'll do my best to help you. ;)

      I think an XL Down Sweater might actually be the ticket for you. The Nano Air runs slightly slimmer than the Down Sweater, so XXL might be an option there but I would try the Down Sweater first.

      My son's Patagonia coat came, correct size, color and just what I wanted......but the packaging smells like cigarettes! Ewwww.
      I'll have to air the coat out before gifting it to him.
      Not a fan of the awful smell😒

      hey if you are not familiar with down it has a smell to it. This is probably the smell you are getting. It does kind of smell cigarette smokish I guess. Depends on the persons view I guess. The shell of all this gear anymore is so thin that the down smell passes through it easily.

      What would be a good size for someone who is 6' and 150lbs. I fit half of the small size characteristics abd half of the medium size characteristics. Is there room for an extra layer in your normal size?

      I'm 5'11, 170 lbs and the Large fits great with a little room. It doesn't look like it's too big, and allows me to swing my arms (on belay, etc). I tried the medium and it fits, but really no room to move and add layers underneath.

      What size for someone who is 5'8" and 195 lbs and doesn't like the jackets too snug. Are the arms very long or is there elastic to hold them up?

      Does this still come with the lifetime warranty straight from Patagonia? If anyone was ever to happen do the jacket would i deal with back country or Patagonia?
      Thanks

      My son is 6ft 210- (athletic build-broad shoulders)-he is going to college in PA. We are from Fl.. Two questions:

      L or XL

      Is this a good jacket for PA?

      I'm considering buying the men's jacket. I really like the black color. What size would you recommend? I'm 5'10", 150 lb, broad shoulders, no tummy. I like classic fit. Thank you!

      Best Answer

      I am 6'2", 180b and i wear a size Large that fits quite well. I would think a medium might fit you... But it's hard to say as i don't know exactly how broad you are. Did you try clicking on the size guide and measuring your chest? Patagonia usually does a pretty good job with their size guide and from the looks of it this product runs pretty true to size!

      I am only about 5'9 but have a stocky build, and I weigh about 170. I want to use the down sweater as my winter jacket. Should I go with the medium or a large? (Considering I have to layer and what not)

      Looks kinda puffy for a mid-layer...is this the case?

      Best Answer

      Ben,



      This isn't that puffy. It's only a 13 oz jacket so it's pretty light. For comparison this is only slightly thicker than the Ghost Whisperer by Mountain Hardwear.



      The picture above (in my opinion) doesn't do a great job of representing the thickness of the jacket. It's a rather flat picture.



      Jared D.

      Expert Gearhead

      800.409.4502 ext 4055

      jdowns@backcountry.com

      What's the tumble green look like in the real world? Is it a bright green like an emerald green?