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Patagonia Hi-Loft Hooded Down Jacket - Men's

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    Give winter chills the bird.

    Shrug off cold and biting temps with the Patagonia Men's Hi-Loft Down Jacket. Thermal efficiency is the name of the game when you're hunkered down at altitude, and with a generous dose of high loft 600-fill goose down, this jacket insulates your core so you stay nice and toasty when winter weather would have it otherwise. Recycled ripstop fabric puts up with a bit of abuse, and a DWR coating sheds moisture. Since the jacket is insulated with traceable down, you can rest assured that no geese were force-fed or live-plucked to make this jacket. 

    • 100% recycled polyester ripstop
    • DWR finish
    • 600-fill down insulation
    • Regular fit
    • Insulated hood
    • Zippered hand pockets
    • Item #PAT00WN

    Tech Specs

    30D 100% recycled polyester ripstop, DWR coating
    600-fill down
    [external] 2 zippered handwarmer, [internal] 1 zippered chest
    Claimed Weight
    19 oz
    Recommended Use
    hiking & camping, climbing
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    inconsistent fit from a great brand

    • Fit: True to size
    • Size Bought: Medium

    Too many days of suffering at the higher reaches of the Rockies this season and I knew I had to finally begin my search for a down jacket. This one was on great sale so I bit. I'm not going to gush over its warmth while I walk to get hot cacao because I'm sure it's warm, plus it's May right now. With its lower hem length it could be a good stand-alone, but also will fit underneath a shell without compression.

    Unfortunately this jacket has an awkward fit - the body is boxier than a normal Patagonia and the sleeves shorter. The boxiness I could deal with, but having sleeve ride up during movement in freezing conditions, no. Im 6' and 180. I always run a medium in Patagonia and prefer a closer fit. Bummed this one didn't work out.

    The Patagonia High Loft

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

    I also own the Patagonia Down Sweater that I've had for several years. Saw this on sale in a color I really liked plus this is a bit warmer for those really cold days. It is nice and toasty for those cold bone chilly days and very light.

    Great Quality but Boxy Fit

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

    I wanted to love this jacket; however, the fit/style is not ideal for trimmed and athletic body types. The jacket is extremely boxy so it had a constant bulge in the stomach area.

    Perfect everyday coat for cold climates

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

    I was born and raised in Minnesota winters. When I first moved to Utah, I was able to wear whatever I wanted during the winter. I had a lightweight Rab puffy that did just fine in any conditions. As I started to acclimate to the desert, the winters began to feel colder. This year I finally decided to search for a heavier puffy for around town and apres ski.

    I searched through lots of coats, and luckily stumbled upon this one. After trying it on the first time, I knew it was the winner. The coat is simple and does not have any gimmicks. The baffels are solid, the pockets are ideally placed and roomy, the hood is insulated well, and the drawstrings at the waist and hood work well. The elastic sleeve cuffs are the correct tension and keep the weather out without cutting your circulation off.
    Some days, the jacket is too much warmth and I have to unzip it or strip it off. Most days I am thankful for how comfortable I am in it.

    Recently, I broke my back and have been restricted from driving and doing anything athletic. This coat fits over my brace and is perfect for my walks to the grocery store or around the neighborhood. There are slight cold spots around the shoulders, but that is typical for down jackets and is not noticeable in most conditions. This jacket doesn't pack down ultra small and isn't the lightest option, but if you want an affordable and very warm winter coat for everyday life, you cannot go wrong with the Hi-Loft.

    I am 6'0" and about 155 lbs. I purchased the Large originally, but felt it had too much room that wasn't necessary. I went the the Medium and it fits perfect for my style and needs.

    One thing that that slightly annoyed me was that since the hood is so insulated, it sits very large behind your head when you aren't using it. I guess that is a sacrifice for the warmth though and other people might not even notice it.

    Pictured is me in my back brace messing around in my truck. I like how low profile this is for such a warm coat.

    Perfect everyday coat for cold climates

    Warm and Toasty

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

    I am very happy with this coat. 6'1" 190lbs and wearing a XL. It's a little roomy around the waste, but way better than other brands I tried on, which were either square in shape or too short in length or sleeves.

    Only things I would change in this coat is 1)the draw cord to cinch the waist should tuck away somewhere, maybe inside the pocket, but right now it just hangs down8", so I tied it in several knots to get it out of the way. 2) Zippers. It doesn't happen often, but occasionally the zippers catch the fabric and get jammed up. This was way worse on my older down coat though. The trick is to pull perpendicularly away from your body when zipping so no fabric gets caught.

    Don't want to take it off

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

    I got this jacket a couple months ago to use for my daily jacket this winter, and could not be happier. In the past I have had slightly lighter insulated jackets, and the bit of extra insulation on this hi-loft version make it so much better for the super cold days. It truly makes me more excited to go outdoors, which is what it's all about. And it is still just light/thin enough to wear into the office and around town without looking like a Michelin man.

    At first glance it seems like a very basic, low-tech jacket. After using it a couple months you realize that that is probably because they haven't changed it for decades, because it works perfectly.

    Sizing is true to size and typical of Patagonia, I am 6' 195lbs and the Large is perfect. I can wear anything from a t-shirt to a hoodie under it comfortably.

    Light and warm

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

    This jacket was a life saver on a recent cold weather trip. The hood adds tremendous amount of warmth. The construction of baffles makes this jacket much warmer than a similar weight jacket from Marmot. The cuffs are also much better, very comfortable. The jacket is reasonably light, about 440 grams on my scale. Highly recommended.

    I'm trying to make a decision between the Hi-Loft Hooded Jacket and the Hooded Down Sweater. What is the big difference between these two jackets? For instance, in addition to the type of down insulation (600 vs 800) is there a difference in say the quantity of insulation in each jacket? My intent is to purchase whichever jacket is going to be warmer.

    Is this Hi-Loft Version warmer than the other Patagonia Down jacket version?

    How much warmer is this jacket vs. the regular Down Sweater jacket. I am looking for something a little warmer than the Down Sweater that I have.

    Is your down sweater hooded? The hood alone increases comfort due to your neck and most of your head being covered. That said, I have both the regular down hoody and the hi-loft. I find the regular keeps me fairly warm down into the 30s. Once temps dip into the 20s and teens, the hi-loft is where it's at-- toasty warm even while I'm wearing only a short sleeved polo underneath. Also, I have to say that the hi-loft just feels cozy and comfortable to wear, whereas my regular down hoody feels more like a jacket. I look forward to temperatures dropping just so I can wear my hi-loft hoody :D