City Storm Parka
When it comes to winter, mountain-folk think they have a monopoly on bad weather, but you know how nasty it can get in the city. Thanks to Patagonia’s City Storm Parka, you no longer have to be intimidated by frigid commutes and snowy nights out. When stormy weather is on the horizon, fully-sealed H2No waterproofing protects you from whatever rolls in, while 700-fill recycled down ensures that you’re nice and toasty through all of it.
The City Storm is Patagonia’s longest waterproof parka, offering protection from slushy sidewalks and unexpected plow drive-bys. Unlike cabs in a snowstorm, its detachable hood is there when you need it and gone when you don’t. Add in Patagonia’s trusted quality, and you’ve got a parka to rely on all winter long.
- A parka for those who don’t let winter slow them down
- H2No shell keeps out rain, snow, and everything in between
- 700-fill recycled down insulation offer low-weight warmth
- Four external pockets give refuge for cold hands and phones
- Detachable hood provides versatility for blue skies and blizzards
- Patagonia’s longest parka offers full body weather protection
- Item #PAT02IN
What do you think about this product?
February 3, 2020
Strong chemical odor and not as warm
I really wanted to like this coat, as I love Patagonia as a company. But in Boston winters, this coat does not hold up well. Even more importantly, there is a strong chemical-like odor that comes from in inside liner. At first I thought it was the leftover from the plastic packaging, but after a month of usage, it is still there.
January 14, 2020
Not warm, very noisy, weird hood
I really wanted to like this coat. It looks nice in photos, and the details seem so thoughtful. Pros: - Lightweight - Looks good Cons: - Not very warm, especially for the price. I tried it outside in 39 degree weather and was fine, but not toasty as I'd expect from Patagonia's "warmest coat." Definitely not enough to get me through Boston or Chicago winters. - The hood stays on well if you snap the front flaps, but it's not very comfortable - and if the hood is down, the front flaps just look kind of dumb hanging on your shoulder. - The coat is NOISY. Moving around sounds like rubbing paper bags together. For $499, no thank you. Ultimately returning in favor of the Jackson Glacier Parka.
December 7, 2018
Warm and Stylish
So far, this seems to be a nice warm parka, much warmer than my two year old duete parka. It has down in the hood, unlike the duete and a cozier neck closure. It has 700 fill down which feels much fuller than the duete's 600. Additional pockets are very functional. A better fit, because I had to size up with the duete parka to make room for layering. Am waiting to see how it is when the temperatures are in the teens.
November 21, 2018
I was so hopeful for this coat. I need something that will keep me warm during the frigid northeast winter. When it arrived it was very thin and almost no insulation in the arms. It says it's 700 count but it really feels so light, almost less than the Patagonia Nanopuff I own. It will be fine for layering but I don't want to do that. The hood is nice, fits well, is lightweight, the material seems like it will repel water, but overall wasn't warm enough for my needs.
November 10, 2019
Is this the same fabric as the Tres Parka?
November 13, 2019
Hi Jessica, These two parka's might be a similar feel, but technically no they are not the same. This City Storm Parka is 2-layer, 4.2-oz 100% nylon (35% recycled) plain weave with a DWR (durable water repellent) finish. As the Tres 3 in 1 is 2-layer, 5.5-oz 100% polyester (50% recycled) stretch twill with a DWR (durable water repellent) finish. The Tres will have some more durability to it with more recycled material. Otherwise practically the same.