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Three choices. One jacket. You choose.

You've given up the American dream in pursuit of French pleasures. In preparing to relocate to the City of Lights, you realize you need a new coat or three for two real reasons. First, your arctic-rated parka is overkill and two, space is at a premium. The Patagonia Women's Tres Parka solves your outerwear woes. This 3-in-1 hat trick of a jacket keeps you warm, keeps you dry, and keeps you warm and dry, depending on how you put it together. And, with only "one" jacket in your closet, you'll have room left over for your carefully curated collection of feather boas.

The waterproof and breathable shell uses H2No technology to keep you dry, both inside and out. This waterproof trench keeps you nice and dry, because Paris (and many other cold-weather cities) can be wet. The hood snaps on when a drizzle turns to a deluge and you've again forgotten your umbrella at the corner cafe. The inner liner is a thigh-high, trim-fit puffy coat stuffed with 600-fill Traceable duck down for a warm feeling in your heart and on your body without any added weight. Traceable Down guarantees the feathers came from humanely treated duck, meaning they were neither force-fed nor live-plucked.

On the rare occasion it's both cold and wet, combine the two coats for unbeatable weather protection with a hit of heat. The slim fit means even when you have the full monty on, you maintain your svelte silhouette without having to suffer the consequences of the weather.

  • Shell: H2No Performance Standard 2-Layer polyester stretch twill trenchcoat
  • DWR finish
  • Removable liner: 100% recycled polyester parka, DWR finish
  • Removable liner: 600-fill Traceable duck down
  • Slim fit, hits at mid-thigh
  • 3-in-1 jacket
  • Hood, removable
  • 2 hand pockets

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5 5

Great Versatile Coat

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

Got this for my fiance for christmas, she loved the look and style and it's been her go to coat all winter and spring. Very multi purpose

Does this coat have a temperature "rating"?

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Patagonia and Backcountry don't offer official temperature ratings for jackets since it can be so subjective, but the Tres here can definitely handle some pretty cold temps. Between the down insulation and the fully windproof/waterproof layer I would be confident in having my wife wear it outside when it was well below freezing for sure.

5 5

What a great jacket!

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

Just got this for the wife for Christmas and she was super excited! Very well made...both jackets. I am sure she will put it through the wringer.

3 5

Warm, Fits Snug

  • Gender: Female
  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
  • Fit: Runs small

Received this jacket a few days before Thanksgiving trip to Northeast. This review is based on wear for 10 days in rain ~30-50 degree temperatures.

Used the size chart measurements to determine size & like another reviewer said the down liner runs small with layering. When wearing the outer shell only, the fit is fine. With the full monty, this jacket is very warm. Kept me dry in day-long drizzle & some short heavy downpours.

A review read elsewhere mentions the difficulty of the zipper. This became aggravating because it took multiple attempts to perfectly align the slider in order to operate the zipper . Also the down liner shed feathers continuously.

I explicitly followed washing/drying instructions. The outer shell washed fine. However, the down liner lost even more feathers & some baffles appear to be near empty now. Particularly on the sides. Not sure how warm it will be anymore.

5 5

Very versatile!

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

Great coat for everyday winter-wear! I recently moved to Utah and this is my new go -to! Its not an extreme warmth coat [ie you'll need another layer or two if its below about 10 degrees] but very versatile for fall/winter/spring in the mountains. I have received many compliments and would definitely recommend this jacket.

5 5

Best Choice for the 10-20 year coat....

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

This was a spendy choice...BUT, I receive 3 coats in one and the quality of the coat is perfect. I have had a few stray feathers squeezle out but I am usually using the coat with liner in or coat w/o down liner. Good choice for the Cape Cod weather, wet and damp and cold. With care, we may enter my 7th decade and beyond. First purchased a medium and returned the item for a large and I wear a size 8-10 pant. Still okay, lots of room to layer if needed. The coat has good tailoring for the fit. Purchased last year on a very good sale so this is the second winter.

What is the center back length of a medium? 

5 5

Love this coat

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

Wanted this coat for the cold Canadian winters and soon after it arrived, we got snow and -30 celsius weather. The coat did not disappoint. Also the down coat is really cute by itself.

3 5

Did not survive Chicago's Polar Vortex

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

I was so excited to get this in the mail today, but I did the Chicago Polar Vortex test just now and unfortunately, it's going back. 14 degrees and after 1 block I was already shivering. So sad to see it go back because the purple is really pretty and stands out and I was hoping the down would help. It does keep the wind out, just not the bitter cold.

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Did you find a jacket to survive the Chicago winter? searching now...

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I buckled down and swallowed the cost of buying a Canada Goose Trillium jacket. I wore it when it was about 25 degrees last week and it held the test. You can really tell the quality boost with the extra $150 or so you pay.