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Patagonia Fitz Roy Hooded Down Jacket - Men's


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    8 Reviews


    Your plummeting mercury does not concern the Fitz Roy.

    Remember the last time you literally froze to death sitting at a exposed belay while your partner spent three hours piecing together the last pitch? How about when you had to bivy in that howling ridgetop wind? The last traumatically arctic trip to the bar? Kiss 'em all goodbye and say hello to the Patagonia Fitz Roy Men's Hooded Down Jacket. It's ultra-lofty 800-fill goose down will keep you warm in the most frigid conditions, but don't feel bad for the geese—Patagonia used only fully traceable down from geese that were never force-fed or live-plucked. The superlight 20D nylon shell and nylon ripstop shoulders prevent tearing, and the shoulders are specially designed with a high-sheen Y-shaped yarn to increase the efficacy of the Fitz Roy's DWR coating.

    Thought it's seriously useful as a an everyday cold-weather jacket, the Fitz Roy was designed for use in the alpine, and has technical features to prove it, like high hand pockets, a baffled helmet-compatible hood with a single-pull adjustment, and a drop-tail hem for extra coverage. It even comes with a self-fabric stuff sack, so you can pack it up and clip it to your harness if things ever warm up. The internal drop-in pocket holds, well, whatever you put in it, and the internal draft tubes keep cold air from creeping in through the zipper and ruining your toasty-warm party.

    • 20D nylon fabric with 20D nylon ripstop shoulders and a DWR coating
    • 800-fill fully traceable goose down
    • Two-way front zipper with internal draft tubes
    • Insulated helmet-compatible hood with single-pill adjustment
    • Two high hand pockets, one chest pocket, one internal drop-in pocket
    • Elasticized low-profile cuffs
    • Dual-adjust drop-tail hem
    • Self-contained stuff sack with clip loop
    • Item #PAT00FQ

    Tech Specs

    [face fabric, lining] 20D nylon, DWR coating, [shoulder reinforcement] 20D nylon ripstop
    800-fill goose down
    [external] 2 zippered hand, 1 zippered chest, [internal] 1 stretch mesh
    yes, helmet compatible, insulated
    Claimed Weight
    1 lb 1 oz
    Recommended Use
    alpine & expedition, climbing, skiing, casual
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    Who needs a cabin?

      You can take a few steps back from the fire, because this puffy is all you need to keep you warm. I love how big and puffy it is! And it's as light as a feather (get it?). The fabric is surprisingly resilient, and Patagonia included a stuff sack for compact storage. NEAT!

      Fits large.

      • Familiarity: I returned this product before using it
      • Fit: Runs large
      • Size Bought: Large

      I'm Sure it's awesome in the right size I got a size large which I usually wears and it was huge on me. Returned it before using it. Love Patagonias warranty I've sent a few things back to them and never had any issue whatsoever. When they say ironclad they mean it. I'm 5 9 175 pounds.

      Spot on

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

      Man the guy below me, nailed it to a T. Putting this on is like being hugged by the auto climate control in your car. It's almost perfect in the sense that I've never really been too hot or too cold regardless of what I've had on underneath. Under periods of lots of movement, sure you might over heat if you run hot. I usually don't though, but I am also not using this during heavy exercise. More so for at the belay station, on the summit, during a food/water break, or back at camp. It is very compressible and extremely light for the warmth it gives and I was very glad I brought it up Mt Whitney. With the windchill it was easily below zero and this thing did its job and kept me warm. It does fit a little large, so if you're looking at this for around town or as an only layer, I'd probably size down. If you're looking for an insulated over coat (over your shell), then buying your normal size will still accommodate the layers underneath. You definitely won't regret this coat, it is warm, compressible, and warm.

      Spot on

      Removeable Furnace for the Mountains

      • Fit: True to size
      • Size Bought: Small

      Picture having a portable heater in your pack. Thats what this jacket feels like when you go from days shivering at the belay to throwing this jacket on. From getting gear ready at the trailhead, belaying your partner in the freezing cold, drinking beer outside at the end of the day, a pillow...this jacket is perfect. Light, packable, and everything I ever expected out of a down belay jacket. Fits perfectly over my outer shell for easy on and off in the alpine. One of the few garments I've owned that feel perfect in every way.

      Does the job!

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

      Very warm, packs down super small, perfect for winter backpacking. Fully baffled so there are no cold spots anywhere. Warmest jacket for the weight that I have ever worn. Love it! I got the large so it fits over everything else.


      • Size Bought: Small

      Wanted something a little warmer than my hi-loft down sweater, this delivers that. Just a light layer and this jacket is good down to the teens/single digits. Purchased to wear around town and got a small. If I was using for an expedition I might size up to make sure I can fit other layers underneath!

      Too warm most of the time

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

      I picked this up last year as a cosmetic 2nd from the local Patagonia outlet and only wish I could use it more. It's warmth-to-weight ratio is astounding and wearing it feels like you're wearing nothing at all while keeping you almost too warm. As any down parka should, this thing packs down to almost nothing, making it easy to throw in the pack for long days in the BC or any overnight trip. I still keep my DAS Parka around in case things get wet, but if it's wet snow or liquid precip, it's too warm for either of these jackets anyway. My only wish is that it didn't get so warm every day here in Tahoe during the winter. Above 20-25 degrees and this jacket is just too warm, so I wear it at night but have to switch it out during the day. Back home in my native New England though, we know a thing or two about real winters, and this parka would be all you kneed during those brutal arctic cold spells.

      Fit is roomy for a large, but it's spot on for a down parka, as you're typically wearing it over other layers.

      Absurdly warm --the real deal

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

      It is almost scary how warm this jacket is given its light weight. As a native Southerner who lives in the Northeast and enjoys winter sports, this jacket has become almost literally a life saver. From hanging belays in the Canadians Rockies at -25F to quick runs out to the corner store with a tshirt as a base layer, this jacket is my go to when the mercury drops. There are a few important caveats with this jacket: the shell/lining is very lightweight; while I've found it to be surprisingly durable, there is definitely a tradeoff in terms of weight. Try not to snag it on trees and the like. Secondly, anyone in the market for a puffy should be mindful of the effects of moisture on down (vs primaloft or other synthetic). This is a very big/warm down parka that generally comes out when liquid water is not much of a concern, so I think down is the ideal material. I do use synthetics for less lofted puffy jackets.

      The interior pockets on the Fitz Roy parka are nice and large, with room for multiple large water bottles or food. This comes in quite handy in extremely cold temps when keeping your food/fluids from freezing solid is a concern. The hood is plenty large to go over a helmet and several other layers (see photo), but it also cinches down tightly for use without a helmet. I feel like there is about an inch of down keeping my noggin warm when I use it in that manner...much appreciated when I forget a hat!

      Photo: Bourgeau Left ice climb, near Banff, Canadian Rockies

      Absurdly warm --the real deal

      Thanks for the great review, this was exactly the info I was looking for. Im looking for a warm belay/winter camping parka with a good hood, for use in -20 to 10 degree F weather. Sounds like this would work!

      Do you ever need to put it under a shell when the wind picks up? And if so, can it fit under a shell?

      You would probably need a big shell to fit over this parka. What I would be more likely to do is put it on over my shell, although I don't know that I've ever done that. I have worn it over softshells and lighter puffy jackets quite a lot, though. The combo of this jacket over a couple other layers should do a pretty good job of blocking the wind.