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The Patagonia Women's Hi-Loft Hooded Down Sweater mixes sweater comforts into a lightweight jacket that's compact enough for you to take anywhere. Its Traceable Down insulation comes from birds that were never force-fed or live-plucked, and graduated quilting ensures high-loft for maximum warmth. A water-resistant shell sheds snowflakes and light rain to help keep you dry, and Patagonia made the shell out of recycled fabric for an eco-friendly construction. This jacket stows inside its pocket for compact storage in climbing packs and ski jackets.

  • Water-resistant, recycled shell
  • Traceable Down insulation
  • Graduated high-loft quilting
  • Adjustable hem
  • Zippered hand pockets
  • Jacket stows in zippered internal pocket

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4 5

Solid puffy jacket/hoody

  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

I bought this jacket for my fiancee but would like to share her impressions along with some of my own opinions. She already has a Patagonia Down Sweater (size XS) and is a big fan. It is one of her most used pieces in the fall, winter, and spring (we live in NY/CT, so there is a long season for puffy jackets). I suggested that she get a warmer puffy with a hood to use as an alternative to her winter parka. She first tried the Patagonia Ultralight Down Hoody (size S) but found the cut unflattering, slightly too big, and probably not as warm as desired.

Fast forward a few weeks, and we decided to do a side by side comparison of the Downtown Loft Down Jacket and the Hi-Loft Hooded Down Sweater. Here is my analysis of the key differences:

Downtown vs Hi-loft:
Runs small vs normal (S vs XS were about the same size)
Form fitting vs more boxy
More subtle branding vs standard Patagonia logo
Heavier vs lighter (due to beefier outer shell material, it seems)

In the end, the Downtown Jacket was a better for what she was looking for in a jacket, so we returned the Hi-Loft. That is not to say that the Hi-Loft isn't a great jacket: it certainly is and is probably a more versatile jacket. The fit is definitely on the more relaxed side, though, so keep that in mind if you are looking for a more alpine or slim fit and size accordingly.

If I could give 4.5 stars here I would...hard to give 5 stars to an item we returned, but that was really through no inherent fault (just a fit preference).