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The one and only.

Alpine starts can be daunting, but when you’re breaking camp on summit day, you can always take a little bit of your warm sleeping bag with you if you have Patagonia’s ultralight Down Sweater Jacket in your pack. Layer a weatherproof shell over the Sweater when the snow rolls in, and then wear this jacket on its own when you’re back, safe and sound, in your hometown.
  • Ultralight, windproof and water-resistant polyester shell has high-tear strength and resists abrasion
  • DWR finish resists rain, grapple, snow, and coffee spills with equal gusto
  • Quilted construction keeps insulation firmly in place to help maintain warmth
  • Lock out even more cold and wind with the dual-adjust drawcord hem
  • Stuffs into its own zippered stretch-mesh pocket to help save space

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4 5

SIZING

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

Decided to join the club. True to size, but for people like myself with longer torsos it tends to be a bit short so consider jumping up a size if you don't mind it being a little wider too.

5 5

Amazing Product!

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

Purchased this jacket for my husband and I swear he hasn't taken it off since opening it up. VERY lightweight however holds in heat exceptionally well. Can fit into very small spaces (such as a purse or backpack) without getting wrinkled. He got the wax red and it is true to color, however, the medium fit him much better as opposed to his usual size large.

5 5

Extremely pleased with this jacket

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

Jacket is great for cooler days or even a light rain. I wear it all the time in casual environments as well as when I'm going out to dinner and such. The quality is great and I am never dissappointed with Patagonia products.

4 5

size review

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

Nice down and comfortable too. If someone out there is a little perplexed on sizing here is what worked for me. I'm 6'2'' and 187 lb. I first tried a on a large, but the fit was way to big baggy for my liking, especially if you're planning on using this down as a mid- layering piece every once in awhile. So the medium was the winner when it came to sizing, but it just fits! if it was an inch shorter in the sleeves I personally wouldn't be able to wear this brand.
Afterthought - the hoody version is the exact same in sizing, too.

4 5

Great Gift Idea

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

I bought my Dad this jacket as a gift and he loves it! Goes great for shoveling the driveway, getting the newspaper, sipping coffee, and grumbling about the stock market being down. Classic Dad stuff. Or, if you're like mine, it's great for wearing under a ski shell and slaying on cold powder days. Whatever you feel, it's a classic.

Down Sweater video review

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Patagonia designer Eric Rice shares his thoughts on the top selling Down Sweater.

5 5

Why didn't I get one sooner?

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

This is a great product very conducive to layering. I love it and wear it very often

5 5

Super toasty warm!

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

I bought this jacket for a recent trip out west. My plans were to travel light with minimal clothes/gear. This jacket stuffed into a pocket about the size of a softball and allowed me save space, but be warm.

5 5

Where have you been all my life

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

Absolutely love this coat, in fact I am wearing right now as I type this. Bought it specify for working Super Bowl 48 in NYNJ. This with a base layer, a light fleece and my rain coat have been perfect together, been able to tolerate what ever weather has come at me.

5 5

I'm an awesome sister.

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

I got this for my big brother and he loves his. It was a bit of an adventure to get the right one, but WORTH IT. we purchased the Graphite Navy and it was more burgundy. The Black and forge grey were great. but the black won. The size was a little big and boxy. Expected with Patagonia. He always wears a extra large but fit better in a large, perfect, actually. He stays really warm without being hot. Cool with a t-shirt underneath in the Utah winter chill (20 degrees). It fits so well he's recommended it to peeps and might want another one.

4 5

Winter go-to

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

I have used this jacket from 45 degree days with a t-shirt to -45 degree windchill days at my main insulating piece, for its size and weight this jacket is king. There is a slightly boxy fit, i am 5'10" 165lbs and the medium fit relatively well, I have used several fleeces and an Arteryx gamma lt underneath it and various technical shells over it. the insulating factors are amazing but still relative to its size and weight, this jacket is extremely packable and is extremely light. i have reapplied DWR coating from grangers, and have found it does a decent job at shedding even heavier wet snow or slush. I did find that with time, the jacket did not lose to much down, but it did seem to lose some loft although i did not find that this impacted insulation abilities. I found myself layering this piece when hunting when i would stay stationary for up to seven hours in freezing weather. All in all i would say this is a superb down SWEATER, and crosses over into the realm of standalone jacket in certain conditions. While you may sacrifice absolute-toastiness that might be found in a belay parka, this jacket makes up for it with its weight, overall good looks, insulating factors (for its size) and the acceptable water repellency and wind resistance. Sadly after two full years of use a seam blew out which left two baffles wide open, and after losing a large amount of down to my college campus, i noticed the problem and retired this piece for now. I would not hesitate to buy another Patagonia down product for backcountry and in town use and i would recommend this to a friend. Think long and hard about a hood though, this may have been my only regret with the piece.

5 5

Review 172

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

Here's a quick run-down on this jacket:

- it's warm (with just a t-shirt, I can wear this down around freezing and still be comfy, although comfort level is subjective)
- it's thin and lightweight
- it fits true to size (purchased Medium, I have a 32" waist, that's what the sizing chart recommends, this fits perfect)
- it's beautfiul

Initially, I had some feathers come out when I first started wearing it. That was within the first few weeks. No feathers since, though.

This is a tried and true classic in my opinion. I use mine for anything ranging from ski touring, backpacking, or just going to the bars

5 5

I LIVE in this jacket

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

I live in this jacket from December until March. It is perfect for me in almost all winter conditions. If it gets really cold (below 20 deg) I just throw a fleece under and I'm good.

The weight/warmth ratio of this jacket is insane and it's totally worth all the money.

Does this smaller than normal?

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Does this smaller than normal?

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Nick,
It depends a little on what you mean by "normal." Patagonia products run fairly large in general and the Patagonia Down Sweater is no exception. I would say that the Down Sweater runs larger than most light weight down jackets, but pretty standard when compared to other Patagonia products.

5 5

Very Pleased

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

Have worn it in 40-degree weather and single-digit w/sweater. Lightweight, packable, and a good driving jacket.The pockets are large and easy to reach. It's become my go-to jacket. I'm 6'-3" and the XXL is perfect sleeve length. Couldn't be more pleased.

Why aren't all the colors on sale?

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Why aren't all the colors on sale?

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That is a simple question with a somewhat complex answer because there are a variety of reasons why one size or one color is not on sale while others are. Sometimes a specific color will be on sale because we have an excessive amount still in stock and they need to be sold before the current season is over. On other occasions we have an excess of XXL or XS from the current season and we have to move those a little quicker than we had expected.

In this case I imagine the black and grey are not on sale because they tend to be good long term sellers, and they are colors that Patagonia will keep producing from one season to the next. Black has been all the rage since The Old Testament. That isn't about to change and Patagonia knows it.

5 5

Awesome choice for Christmas!!!

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

I recently got this jacket and am having to find reasons not to wear it when I leave the house. It is really comfortable, not too bulky, and is warmer than I anticipated. I bought the XL so that I can layer under it but I am not sure if I will need to. I am 5'10" and 195lbs with a athletic build so the large would have been perfect. The only issue I have is very minor; the color. The site shows the graphite navy looking like a gray/blue but it has more of a deep purple hue to it, especially when the sun hits it. But, that is so minor that it wouldn't change my opinion on this great jacket.

4 5

Great Jacket

  • Familiarity: I gave it as a gift, but have feedback to share
  • Fit: Runs large

As a lot of you know the Patagonia can be a boxy fit, short on some physiques. This is a favorite and it is a comfortable fit other than the boxy bottom. My brothers always love these and they especially love the pullovers.

5 5

Really Warm

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I use this jacket primarily as a layer and it makes a huge difference. Apparently just because a jacket has 800 down fill doesn't necessarily mean it's real warm, but this one is really warm. Got it in medium and it fits me very well at 6'0" 185 lbs. and I typically wear a relatively thin sweater (e.g. cashmere) underneath it. With a v-neck, dress shirt, and undershirt, it feels like a pretty tailored fit with very little extra room to spare. I'd buy the same jacket in the same size again without hesitation. This and a neck gaiter have been great investments.

5 5

Be careful with the color!

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

First of all, the down sweater is hands down the best cold weather jacket. It is soft, light, warm, and very attractive. This jacket will never go out of style. However, choose your color carefully! I ordered the graphite navy for my husband and it looks a bit purple or plum-colored. He (and i) wanted so badly to like it, but it is definitely plum colored. We are returning the item and losing out on a killer deal from a few months ago. Be smart in choosing your color--the photo doesn't always show it best.

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I wish your review was one day prior, I ordered mine on the 29th and completely agree with the color comment. I am trying to expand my fashion boundaries so I am keeping the graphite navy (plum) but thanks for the review, hopefully it will help someone before they make their purchase.

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