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Alpine-worthy insulation without the worry of wet weather.

If your trip or spring expedition runs the risk of getting wet, then the Patagonia Micro Puff Insulated Jacket can effectively insulate you while you hunker down in a tent to wait out the rain or freak June snowstorm. The power of the PrimaLoft Sport insulation becomes apparent in cold and wet climates, because it can still lock in your body's warmth when wet, but it also dries quickly and can easily compress and fit into your alpine pack. But thanks to the water- and wind-resistant recycled polyester shell, you don't have to worry about sprinkles or heavy flurries slowing down your alpine travels.
  • PrimaLoft Sport insulation (100g) features tiny synthetic fibers that absorb very little moisture, dry quickly, insulate when wet, and compress easily
  • Recycled polyester shell is water- and wind-resistant so you can wear it as a top layer or a mid-layer when things get nasty
  • Recycled content reduces fossil fuel consumption and the amount of waste in landfills
  • Full-length zipper provides a little venting when you warm up in the sun
  • Hook-and-loop cuffs and full collar further seal out the cold weather
  • Entire jacket only weighs 16.4 ounces so you don't add a lot of weight to your climb
  • Two hand pockets stash climbing or travel essentials within reach

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5 5

I've been away..

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

I haven't really looked at synthetics for about 20 years, but wanted something to layer under a shell that won't take on water like my down jackets. Wow, this thing is awesome. Also impressed with the light but warm feel when wearing into town alone. The down stays in the closet these days.

5 5

Great jacket

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

The Micro Puff jacket is a warm and comfortable jacket in temperatures down to 20 F. I like the soft feel and loose comfort of the Large. I tried the Medium but the sleeves were too tight. I am 5'11", 175 lbs. I have the down jacket (L) but I bought 2 of these to wear around town.

5 5

An Excellent warm jacket.

  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
  • Fit: True to size

I started wearing this jacket upon receiving it last week, and I love it. It was what I had expected it to be; it's very warm and cozy to wear when it's cold outside. The material of this jacket is very soft on the inside, and is very well made. I'm 5'8" tall and about 160 lbs., and a size small was perfect on me. There's ample room for a base layer or even another mid-layer under this jacket. It's a great buy and worth every penny even if you pay full price, which I didn't. I highly recommend it. You will not regret it..

I live in Dallas and the late fall/winter...

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I live in Dallas and the late fall/winter months vary between 50* and 15* with wind anywhere between 10 and 25 mph. I have a half-decent tolerance for cold weather (as far as southerners go), and am outside during the day walking around campus and intermittently throughout the week doing things like going to the grocery store and walking nature trails. How would this jacket size up to such conditions and uses?

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this is a supurb jacket for your use. very warm but not too hot at 50 and feels like you have nothing on, in a good way.

4 5

like a warm shot of wiskey!

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times
  • Fit: Runs small

this jacket looks nice and is super warm! did i mention this was a warm cozy jacket! i'm 5'7" on with shoes and 170 lbs and i bought a medium...it is a snug fit and i don't know how much layering i could do in it....so if you want loose fit size up. haven't had the chance to wear this jacket in the rain, so i don't know how dry or warm it will keep you. oh...did i mention that the minute you put this jacket on you feel the warmth.

3 5

Ok...but I will pass

Pretty nice but not quite right. Fit was ok but not the same as my nano puff. The outer material was definitely thicker and did no have the quilted look like the nano puff. I think the outer fabric made it less useful as a layering piece. I would go nano. Sleeve cuffs were also weird. Half just fabric an half with a little plastic reinforcement. I have attache a pic. Just didn't make sense to me.

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I like the sleeve. the elastic covers only half and makes it more comfortable than haveing a cinch around your wrist.

3 5

recommended with reservations

  • Gender: Male
  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

100g of primaloft is a nice thing to have.Fit is poor though. Too tight in the shoulders, too loose around the mid-section. Too tight in the forearms. Uncomfortable/awkward fit around the neck/chin. Third pocket fits a smart phone, but it's internal and it's a pain to have to open the jacket to get at your phone. Despite description above, it is not a hook/loop wrist cuff. Patagonia used to impress me with their garment design choices; now not so much.