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With its durable denim exterior, rivet reinforcements, and triple stitched seams, it's easy to see that the Patagonia Men's Hopper Jacket is built workingman tough. A healthy dose of Thermogreen synthetic insulation keeps you warm on cool nights spent tinkering in the garage and the organic cotton flannel lining ensures a high level of comfort.
- Denim exterior provides hard-wearing durability and a classic look
- Box-quilt construction holds Thermogreen synthetic insulation in place for warmth on cool days
- Organic cotton flannel lining ensures soft next-to-skin comfort
- Polyester lined sleeves slide easily over base layers
- Regular fit with articulated elbows allows you to move freely
- Rivet-reinforcements and triple stitched seams increase durability
- chest pocket keeps valuables safely stowed and close at hand
- Dual front pockets warm up cold hands
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- Familiarity: I've used it several times
- Fit: Runs large
This is a nice quilted jacket.
It has a denim look to it, but the feel is much softer. Lined with very soft flannel, satin-like sleeves, and microfleece in the pockets. Keeps the wind at bay, great for around the bonfire or working in cooler weather. It's stylish and nicely finished, but the fit leaves a lot to be desired. I'm 6'2" about 170lbs, the medium is great for overall length, sleeve length and width in the shoulders. Unfortunately, the rest of it is so boxy, it fits like a poncho. Granted, I'm a skinny guy with broader shoulders, but I could easily cut out 6 inches of fabric round the waist and still have room to spare.
If you like a baggier fit or have a good tailor in mind, pull the trigger. I stole mine for $90, so I don't mind getting it tailored. Not worth it at full price, but we expect that from Patagucci and it's why we shop here.
Bottom line: A stylish, functional offering from Patagonia, with plenty of room for your beer belly.