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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

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4 5

Extremely comfortable and lightweight

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

I really do love this jacket, but the second day I was wearing it with the zipper open and a thread on the wrist caught the zipper and pulled out. Not a huge deal, but I was a little disappointed.

This jacket is very comfortable and easy to move around it. It is not restrictive at all in the shoulders or back. I let my friend try it on and he immediately said, "Wow!" and started moving his arms around. He looked ridiculous, but you get the idea.

It is also very lightweight for how warm it is. So far I have had it out in around 10F and high wind and been very comfortable (with a beanie).

5 5

Patagonia down sweater

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

The jacket that feels lightweight but has just as much warmth as a traditional ski coat. It is actually very durable and doesn't weigh much at all. The durability is good and so far no damage. Would recommend it for anyone.

4 5

Great Layer

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

Bought this jacket for my dad as a present and he is really happy with how well it works for a layer. It is not waterproof so he puts a goretex shell over it for cold/wet days and hasn't had a problem! He lives on the East Coast where it has been very cold and so he has also been using it for getting to work because it is so warm and compact!

5 5

This jacket is amazing

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

I originally purchased this for my husband but I end up wearing it all the time because I love it so much. It keeps me warm in freezing temps and fits great. The only problem if you are a lady wanting to wear this men's jacket is the arms are little big. Other than that I love it!

This jacket is amazing
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I'm considering buying the men's jacket for myself, because I really like the green color. What size would you recommend? I'm 5'9", athletic/average build, usually wear a medium in most women's jackets (unless they're too short).

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I'm 5'4 130lbs with and have a medium in this jacket.

Great jacket for bluebird ski days

Great jacket for bluebird ski days

Perfect bluebird day on the Nordic trails on the Grand Mesa in Western CO!

4 5

Warmth without added weight

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

I gave this as a gift to my Dad. So far he loves it! The weather has been suuuper cold in SLC this week, he says his down sweater has been a life saver. He has the Malachite green, really awesome color. He is 5'8", small build and we went with a medium. I don't think he could go any smaller, the only thing is the shoulders are a tiny bit big for him but the rest of the sweater fits well and doesn't seem to leak any down yet. It's a super light sweater, but packs a punch when it comes to warmth!

Here's a photo of my sweet Dad, stylin' in Patagonia!

Warmth without added weight
4 5

Great jacket, warm and toasty

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

I bought this jacket when I moved to Denver to replace my old North Face Down Jacket. I love this jacket all the warmth of the big puffy North Face with less bulk. The only flaw is that it can rip kind of easily but can be fixed with a little duck tape.

5 5

Light and warm

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

I'm 6'1" and 160 lbs. I am usually between Medium and Large. Typically I have to size up and buy Large items to get the length in the sleeves, but went with the Medium (own Medium's before from Patagonia) and it fits perfect. The weight to warmth ratio is amazing. I've used it both as a layer and alone, and it has worked as advertised. I haven't fully tested the DWR, but it worked in a drizzle. I was hesitant pulling the trigger for a while, but I am really happy with my purchase and have gotten lots of compliments.

3 5

Be leery of the "lifetime warranty"

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

I purchased my Patagonia Down Sweater last February and the down has began coming out in some of the seams within a couple of months. Initially, I only noticed it in very small amounts but in the last two weeks, it got worse. I have never had an issue with Patagonia so I wasn't sure what I could do. I was told to contact Patagonia as they have a Lifetime Warranty. But, unless the product is new/unused, they will make repairs at a reasonable charge. So, the warranty is not exactly a warranty in the truest sense. I am really surprised as Patagonia has always been my go-to product for quality outdoors items.

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Just got off the line with Patagonia and it is confirmed that I have to send the jacket to them (at my own expense) where they will evaluate if they can fix it under warranty or repair it "at a reasonable charge". As much as it pains me, this will probably be the last product I purchase from Patagonia.

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Hi Larry,
Sorry you're upset. In all warranty cases Patagonia does it's best to repair an item first. (ties in with the environmental ethos) Any Patagonia store can help with the warranty and will not charge you any shipping. Looks like Portland and Seattle both have stores in your region. If you feel strongly that this needs to be replaced tell that to the customer service rep on the phone or the in store associate. Patagonia's warranty states that customer satisfaction is guaranteed for the life of the product, so I really think you'll be taken care of in the end. Feel free to reach out to me if you have further concerns or aren't taken care of: tyler.nelson@patagonia.com

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If you're that disatisfied with the jacket, get a refund . It does not matter who you bought it from . If you have the original receipt from the retailer, include it or a copy of it. If you have no record of it they'll give you credit to future Patagonia purchase . This has been my experiences with Patagonia at least.

And no, I've never been asked to pay for repairs, and if they did ask me, I'd so no thank you to that , please honor the warranty as it was when I bought the garment : "If you are not satisfied with one of our products at the time you receive it, or if one of our products does not perform to your satisfaction, you may return it to us for repair, replacement, or refund. Damage due to wear and tear will be repaired at a reasonable charge"

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Thanks for the review. I was strongly considering purchasing this down sweater. But after your experience with Patagonia's lifetime warranty I don't think I'm going to buy it anymore. The warranty was half the reason I was considering Patagonia.

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Bri, I wouldn't let it detract you from purchasing one; my experience seems to not be the norm as I have had many others tell me otherwise. I am someone who has a pretty busy schedule so I don't get a chance to visit the Patagonia stores in order to drop it off. All my peers have said that they have never paid for anything from Patagonia and they do everything within their powers to keep customers happy. My wife has also never had an issue with her products and she has 3-4 synchilla fleece pullovers and a couple of nano puff jackets as well. As Ty eluded to with the environmental ethos, I should not want a new jacket due to a flaw.

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My experience with Patagonia is quite the opposite. I had an ember fly in my primo down jacket sleeve and burn a large hole that caused down to pour out. They fixed it for free without batting an eye and refilled the down. The warranty is why I go Patagonia. It's typical to get a small amount of down leakage when you buy a down product...

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)

Best Answer Responded on

Large. I have a medium and it fits nice but short when zipped up. and im 5'7 so if you're going to layer get the large

5 5

Patagonia Down

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
  • Fit: Runs small

I tried this on at a local sporting goods store and kept putting off buying it, when I saw it on discount here on Backcountry.com I finally purchased it. I am glad I did. This jacket is perfect for windy days as it keeps the cold out and warm in. I have used it alone and as a layer and couldn't be happier. Thanks Patagonia.

What is the center back length of a medium?

5 5

A piece everyone should own

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

This is one of those essential pieces of gear that everyone going out into nature should own. Warmth to weight ratio is fantastic. Much more durable than you think (if it rips throw some tape on it and go. All Hail Worn Wear!) It packs down to the size of a softball for when you have to shed a layer, and the fit is true to size (not slim fitting, but not boxy). Wear as a stand alone piece on cold dry days, or toss it under a shell for when the precip starts to come down...either way you won't be disappointed. You will however be warm!

Last but not least, it makes a fantastic airline pillow when stuffed away.

Cheers

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

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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

4 5

Warm and worthy.

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

This is my go to insulation layer to wear under my Simms G4Pro jacket when fly fishing. No other jacket I own (Simms Fall Run Jacket, Patagonia Nanopuff) offers a higher warmth to weight ratio. The only down side (pun intended) is that after it gets wet it doesn't dry fast or insulate well. But as long as I'm careful (rolling the sleeves up under my shell) before dipping the hands/arms in the water, I stay happy. That said, I wear this whenever it's gonna be bitter cold. It provides some wind relief without a shell. It stuffs down to nearly nothing for easy pack along to anywhere or shed it when the sun comes up and stuff it in a pack. Like all light fabric jackets it does not like thorns or fire.

Warm and worthy.
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Awesome picture Cardopski !!!

I selected this image to feature on the Community Hub at the bottom of the Backcountry.com homepage! Congrats on being utterly GOATWORTHY !!!

5 5

Awesome Jacket

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

I recently purchased this premium "puffy" (slang we use here in brrrisk Colorado) in Malachite Green for my boyfriend right before we hiked Mt. Evans on the Front Range. The fit is perfect - he's 6'2" and 200 lbs - and he was comfortable in a baselayer, a light fleece, and this jacket. It held up great and moved with him in our pre-dawn bushwhack through the notorious willow groves of the West Gully approach (getting smacked in the face, poked, and scratched) and the 30+ mph winds on the exposed ridge nearing the top of the peak. He summited in style, as you can see in the photo, and is planning on many more to come. This jacket will take him into bluebird days of XC skiing as well. The quality of this jacket and my buying experiences with Backcountry.com are first-rate!

Awesome Jacket
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Awesome picture San Juan Suzy !!!

I selected this image to feature on the Community Hub at the bottom of the Backcountry.com homepage! Congrats on being utterly GOATWORTHY !!!

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I am the same height and weight....I ordered an extra large. What size does your boyfriend wear? Many thanks

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The Large should be plenty big. You may find the XL to be too loose and boxy.

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

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Tumble Green is a fairly bright green, kind of a classic Kelly Green maybe? The image above does a fairly good job representing it.

5 5

Outstanding fit and finish

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

I was hesitant to pass up the deals that can be found on last years model of this down jacket, but the update to the fit sold me. Delivery was astonishingly quick, and right out of the box I could tell I was happy with the color (malachite green). I'm 6' 1", 190 pounds, and the Large fits supremely--not to snug, not excessively roomy. It's late summer here so I can't speak to it's warmth, but I'm confident it's going to fit the bill. What a great jacket and a great buying experience too.

5 5

Down Sweater update

This is a killer update to Patagonia's best selling Down Sweater. Changes for this year include a more durable zipper and improved fit. This new fit has more length in the body and runs more true to size than the previous version. Other than that it still carries in the same great characteristics and lightweight 800 fill down. It packs easily into it's own stretchy interior pocket, and is a super comfortable and versatile piece.