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Patagonia Down Sweater Jacket - Men's

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    Stay warm, stay motivated.

    Mustering up the will power to get out of your sleeping bag in the early hours of the morning when frost clings to your tent walls can be daunting. So before you wait for your camp mates to come shake you out of bed, know that the Patagonia Men's Down Sweater Jacket will keep you just about as cozy as your sleeping bag did thanks to its plush 800-fill down insulation and windproof exterior. Each down cluster can be traced back to geese that were never live plucked or force fed, and its incredibly warm and compressible so you can stash it away when the temperatures rise. The eco-friendly fabric is made entirely from recycled materials and is treated with a DWR finish to shed light precip whether you're exploring a new-to-you trail somewhere in the Tetons, climbing granite in the Enchantments, or ripping skins in the Wasatch backcountry.

    • Lightweight insulation for climbing, backpacking, and skiing
    • 800-fill down insulation is warm and highly compressible
    • Down sourced from geese that were never force fed or live plucked
    • Recycled ripstop shell is windproof and water-resistant
    • Internal chest pocket doubles as a stuff sack
    • Adjustable hem can be cinched tight to lock in body heat
    • Regular fit with contoured body and bound cuffs
    • Patagonia has been crafting sustainable goods since 1973
    • Item #PAT00FN

    Tech Specs

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

    Tech Specs

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    Warm, lightweight, packs well

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

    Gave this as a gift and he loves it so far. The jacket is true to size.
    It's warm enough to go skiing in and packs down small which will be helpful for backpacking. Its great that the jacket can be stuffed into its own pocket.
    He says he's likely to purchase another one in the future.

    Can you hug a jacket back?

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I've had my Patagonia Down Sweater for a couple of years now and love it. The down creates a soft warm setup which is extremely comfortable and versatile.

    I start to wear this jacket (transitioning from the Nano Puff) when the weather starts to go below freezing. The fit is true to size, but I went up a size to add more flexibility with layering. I've used it several times as a ski jacket when it gets cold, and the extra size allows me to easily layer up without reducing mobility.

    Colorado Weather? No Problem.

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

    This purchase really solidified for me why I am so faithful to the Patagonia brand (not that I needed anymore reason to like Patagonia). I live in Colorado ski country, and in the big city too, it fits in perfectly with both settings -- this jacket was much warmer than expected, and looks amazing! The material is quality, and the effectiveness of keeping me warm is even better. The sizing was spot on too, which is super important. I am seriously considering ordering another one in black to add to my jacket collection.

    A ture Classic

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

    This is one of the better down jackets on the market right now. The build quality is predictable and the fit is great. Patagonia also has a great warranty and repair program.

    Patagonia wins again!

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

    I got this hoping it would work as a lightweight winter jacket (with layering figured in of course). I was right! Same amazing quality as all my other Patagonia gear, the material is durable. I've worn this while climbing/scrambling throughout dark sandstone caves/ridgelines. No rips are immediate damage to the downs. If you wear your downs gear the way its supposed to (heavily), there will be sweat/oil/elementals stains after time. Those aspects just add character to the garment I believe. A great addition to the collection. Layers great with a Patagonia Synchilla Snap T pullover too.

    Dad loves it!

    • Familiarity: I gave it as a gift but have feedback to share

    My dad is puffy obsessed--he's 6'5" with looong arms, and the XL fits him perfectly. The Ash Tan color is a little more khaki in real life, and it goes well with the earth tones he tends to wear.

    warm, light-weight, practical

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

    I bought this for my boyfriend, he wears it everyday! It looks great on him. It is so light weight and warm. Great for skiing, and just being outside in the winter. Not too puffy, making it very easy to layer with as well. You can also stuff it into it's own pocket and turns a little pillow! Awesome winter jacket from Patagonia.

    It's a legend.

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

    Not only is the latest color I purchased called "Legend Green", the jacket really is a legend. (It really is a stellar green, BTW) I have 4 or 5 of these Patagonia Down Sweaters and they all see their fair share of wear. From layering under field coats on our farm, layering for fall and winter hikes on the AT to quick errands around town when it's chilly, these jackets perform flawlessly. They're comfortable and warm...but not too warm like a lot of puffy jackets. I'm 6'0" and weight about 170. Medium fits me perfect. The current Down Seater has a slightly trimmer fit than years ago which personally I love. They're just right. Job well done, Patagonia! One happy repeat customer here.

    My Great Down Jacket Review

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

    So I recently purchased 7 different down jackets so I could wear and compare and select the one I liked best. This was my great down jacket review, not because the review was great, but because the breadth of comparisons was pretty extensive. The ones I compared were the Marmot Zeus, Marmot Tullus, Mountain Hardware Nitrous, Mountain Hardwear Micro Ratio, Patagonia Down Sweater, The North Face Trevail, and the Outdoor Research Tanscendent. I'll put comments on the others in the listings for each. The reason I selected these are that they all are basically medium-weight down jackets (not extreme light or heavy) and were comparable on the prices. Backcountry was having a sale and all these were marked down to between $123 to $160.
    What I wanted was a top layer jacket without a hood (don't use hoods very often). I generally don't use down jackets like these as a layer under anything because of their bulk. I prefer a synthetic for that. I have a huge down jacket with a hood for very cold weather. I wanted one that was less bulky and more suitable for activities.
    So the Down Sweater. The Down Sweater was the best of the bunch. The one I had was Deep Sea Blue and it's a nice looking color. .
    Fit: The fit was good and normal. It wasn't so bulky that it restricted movement. The fit is regular and those who are used to athletic or trim fit may find it a bit larger than they are used to. I thought it fit true to size. I have to get XL because of wide shoulders and long arms. The sleeves may not be long enough for guys more than a couple inches taller than me. The bottom of the jacket hit between the top of my pelvis and my hip joints. The fit looks good too. What I mean by that is that it doesn't look too square or too slouchy. I have a Marmot Quasar (ultra-light down) that is really square in the shoulders. As a result it looks kind of weird and pointy at the end of the shoulders. The Down Sweater looks more natural.
    Comfort: The jacket was very comfortable. The fabric feels great to the touch and the fill is a perfect balance of warmth without too much bulk. The hand pockets perfect in their positioning. This was the only one that had them positioned both a bit forward on the jacket (as opposed to the sides) AND had the pockets angled so that they receive the hands/arms at a natural angle. The neck and cuffs are basic but fine.
    Misc: The Patagonia Down Sweater also had the best warmth to weight/bulk ratio with 800-fill down. Most the others had down with a lower loft rating. The Patagonia was among the more expensive but at a sale price of $160 was a great value.

    Amazing!!

      First off, I want to say that I'm 6'2" and 185 pounds and I bought the medium in black. The sleeves are the perfect length and the only minor complaint I have is that the waist is just slightly too tight and will hike up a bit when worn over jeans or thicker pants. That being said, it's hardly noticeable and not worth taking a star away. This jacket is very nice to have (when it's zipped all the way up) on a cold and windy day and is incredibly light. I wear it every day and I plan on wearing it many more.

      No Brainer

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

      Pack this jacket anytime you travel, it packs tightly and will probably be used even once on a trip to somewhere warm. This jacket is versatile- it can be dressed up and works with casual jeans.

      Unanswered Question

      How does the sleeve length compare to the Arc'teryx Thorium? I have the latter in medium, and the sleeves are 1-2 inches shorter than I'd like. How is the overall fit compared to the Thorium? Boxier?

      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?