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Lightweight down perfection.

When your livelihood depends on staying warm, or you just need an extra layer of comfort while you ski, gear up with the Patagonia Women's Ultralight Down Jacket. At just a little over half a pound, this mercury-defying wonder features a slim, low-profile fit that makes layering a cinch, while also offering you a feminine silhouette when you wear alone.

  • Lightweight, strong, durable shell fabric features a Deluge DWR finish that helps repel snow, sleet, and rain
  • 800-fill-power premium European goose down provides stellar warmth, comfort, and low-bulk in frigid temperatures
  • Variegated channel construction stabilizes insulation, allows the use of less down, and creates an elegant, low-profile garment
  • Drawcord hem blocks out the cold and spindrift and seals in warmth
  • Zippered handwarmer and chest pocket stash your cell or small wallet
  • Self-fabric stuff sack for convenience

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2 5

Great price, poor quality.

  • Familiarity: I returned this product before using it
  • Fit: True to size

I must have received the older version of the jacket. I read the reviews prior to purchasing. The "feathers showing through" was supposed to have been remedied. Alas, not so. I opted for red, but even that didn't do the trick. There are dark spots throughout. They may be feathers but they look a lot like stains.. and they don't move. Can't recommend this jacket. Sadly, I wanted to.

5 5

Lightweight, Flashy and Warm!

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

I love this jacket. Whether I'm throwing it on as a stand alone jacket running around town in the winter, or using it as a midlayer underneath a Gore Tex Shell, It performs flawlessly. The colors are bright and vibrant as we all have come to expect from Patagonia, and the fabric is surprisingly resilient. The older models tended to be a little on the see-through side, and the variations in the color of the down inside could be seen through if you were looking at the jacket in the right light. Patagonia seems to have worked this out with the newer version and I don't notice it on the aloe color from this year like I did on my pink jacket from the year prior. The functionality of this jacket, however, is where it shines. It is lightweight without feeling flimsy and is insulates incredibly well- much better than I had anticipated. So much so that I can't use it as mid layer for spring skiing- it's just too warm! This is also a perfect jacket to take into the mountains for summer camping for those chilly nights by the fire because it packs down into it's own little stuff sack so nicely.

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What are the dimensions of the stuff sack...

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What are the dimensions of the stuff sack that is included?

5 5

Warm and Lightweight

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

My wife loves this jacket! She has tried several Patagonia jackets and this has been her favorite. The light weight still impresses me and amazes me how warm this jacket can be. It is a slim fit which is very comfortable and easy to take anywhere.

Ultralight Down Jacket

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Allison from Patagonia shares her thoughts on the Ultralight Down Jacket.

I plan on wearing this to x country ski...

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I plan on wearing this to x country ski in Mt. Does it make a lot of "swish" sound when moving your arms back and forth?

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Any jacket (softshell, harshell, down, or synthetic) is going to have somewhat of a swishing sound if the fit is larger and the arms contact with the body heavily. However, the fit of the Patagonia Ultralight Down Jacket is slim and the fabric is not very coarse. I would not expect to get much sound out of this jacket even when x-country skiing.

can use the washing machine to wash...

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can use the washing machine to wash it?
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Definitely. The Ultralight Down Jacket is machine washable, and it's good to give it a little low/medium heat blast in the dryer.

The Outlet Jacket- is that Rossi Pink? It...

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The Outlet Jacket- is that Rossi Pink? It looks the same color as Tomato.

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The Rossi Pink will have a slightly darker color to it. Same jacket, just last year's colorways. The Tomato color is lighter than the Rossi Pink.

I am thinking of purchasing this jacket...

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I am thinking of purchasing this jacket to be used under the following goretex jacket - Norr�na Lofoten Gore-Tex Active Shell Jacket - Women's. Is this a suitable combination? Trekking to Everest base camp at the end of August and need warmth as well as weather proof.

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Sue, the Ultralight Down Jacket would be awesome underneath a Gore shell. It will provide good warmth with low bulk, and be super comfortable. There is a DWR coating on the shell of the jacket too, so it will do well on it's own in inclement weather.