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Goose down insulation and Gore-Tex fabric take the bite out of winter weather.
Twenty inches of snow fell last night, and it was still snowing when you woke up. The Patagonia Men's Interlodge Down Jacket is exactly what you need to stay warm and dry when you head out to load your powder boards in the car and grab the mail. Down insulation fends off the cold, Gore-Tex shell fabric keeps you dry, and the insulated hood protects your head and neck. You'll end up trading this jacket for your technical shell when it's time to ride, but for all your off-hill winter tasks, the Interlodge is ready.
- Waterproof breathable Gore-Tex membrane guarantees your comfort and dryness in wet weather and protects the lofty down underneath the shell
- 600-fill European goose down has ample loft and the ability to provide supreme warmth in cold weather while keeping this jacket feather-light
- Hood protects your head from the cold
- Watertight zippers keep light moisture and wet precipitation away from your jacket's insulation
Share your thoughts
- Familiarity: I gave it as a gift, but have feedback to share
- Fit: Runs large
This is a really sweet coat. Durable shell, nice fit, super soft inside, water-tight ykk zipper-- all awesome.
It does run large. I'm a XXL and the large I got my brother fit me fine (w/o layering).
I took it for a test in single digit temps and was plenty warm. Add a layer or two and subzero conditions shouldn't be an issue.
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
This coat lives up to the Patagonia quality on which I have come to rely. It is very light in weight, but warm and wind and water resistant, great for our sometimes harsh Minnesota weather. I haven't been out in subzero weather yet, but my guess is that with a fleece underneath I will be fine. My only complaint so far is that the zipper is hard to use. It seems small and takes tugging to zip up. Perhaps it will ease up the more I use it.
I'm thinking of using this during non...
I'm thinking of using this during non aerobic activities (I.e. urban, walking to work, waiting for the bus etc.). To what temperature can this be worn with minimal layers (work clothes underneath) while remaining warm and comfortable? (0 F , -15C?)
Depends how warm a person you are, but I'd say you could safely wear it down to about 15 degrees with minimal clothing underneath; it's a very heavy jacket (in the sense of warmth, not weight). Should be fine for what you're describing.