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DAS Light Hooded Jacket - Men's

3.8 out of 5 stars
5 Reviews

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Why We Like The DAS Light Hooded Jacket

Whether we’re gearing up for a day-long alpine hike, bouldering with friends, or have our sights set on loftier goals, we bring the Patagonia DAS Light Hoody to act as our lightweight, packable, mountain-weather barrier. Billed as an essential piece to have in your alpine duffle, the DAS uses warm PlumaFill synthetic insulation that is covered by DWR-treated, 10-denier nylon ripstop fabric that resists abrasions as well as messy weather. We appreciate that the DAS weighs in at only 11.3 ounces and features minimal stitching and an adjustable, helmet-compatible hood. Stash and handwarmer pockets bring extended utility and creature comforts while you're far from home, and the Fair Trade Certified seal and fully-recycled polyester weave help warm your eco-conscious soul.


  • Ultralight insulated hoody for vertical mountain ascents
  • Weather resistant ripstop fabric holds up to alpine climates
  • PlumaFill insulation is Fair Trade sewn from recycled polyester
  • Packable when the intensity climbs or the clouds begin to thin
  • Helmet-compatible hood and internal wind flap for belay loop access
  • Slim-fitting cuffs reduce bunching and snagging
  • Item #PATZ9J3
Responsible Collection
[face fabric] 10-D 100% nylon ripstop Pertex Endurance, PU dry coating, DWR treatment, [lining] 10-D 100% nylon ripstop Pertex Quantum, DWR treatment
65g PlumaFill 100% recycled polyester
Center Back Length
[medium] 30.5in
insulated, alpine-helmet-compatible, pull cord adjustment
[external] 1 chest zippered, 2 handwarmer zippered
[internal] wind flap
Claimed Weight
backpacking, casual, hiking, climbing
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Overall Rating

4 based on 5 ratings

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5 out of 5 stars

February 19, 2024

Light and warm

This is the lightest and warmest combo I’ve ever had in an insulated layer. Perfect for backcountry skiing

4 out of 5 stars

February 5, 2024

Warm, nice fit, light, not compressible

I've used it several times
Size Bought:
5' 10"

As the owner of many technical winter jackets, I got this one to replace a down micro-puff (using in the general sense, not referring to the patagonia) jacket that had accumulated too many tears and patches over the years. The pros: 1. Nice fit, true to size, I'm 5'10, pretty slender at 150 lbs, ordered a Small and it fits great with room for layers underneath. 2. Very warm for its weight, which is very light, actually lighter than the micropuff I was replacing 3. *Not* very compressible at all for its size. This was my first jacket with the "PlumaFill" material, and I'm impressed with the warmth, but not with the packability of the jacket compared to down. I would appreciate it if Backcountry required vendors to put the claimed packed-size in liters for *all* technical jackets. This is an important metric that would be very useful. 4. I see some commentators complaining about durability. The outer fabric seems like the same material you'd see on any outdoor jacket that is trying to save weight. Yes, it might rip if you nick it with an ice-tool or climb a chimney. Put some patches on it and get over it, imo. This isn't the jacket you want if you just need a daily-driver to wear around the city. I'll be keeping the jacket and be using it mostly as the pack-jacket for ski-tours to put on during transitions/lunch breaks, and for spring ice climbing when its not necessary to bring the true belay parkas. It might become the multi-pitch "oh crap" jacket, but haven't decided if it's packable enough or not. I think if this jacket was true down it would be really perfect for this.

smup309636 s
3 out of 5 stars

January 13, 2024

Not their best jacket

I've put it through the wringer
Size Bought:
5' 9"

TLDR: buy a different jacket Pros: lightweight, compresses well, wind and water resistant, nice roomy fit for climbing/skiing. Cons: this is the least durable Jacket I have ever owned, it tears very easily. To pack the jacket into it's pocket, it is extremely tight, to the point that it rips material and is very difficult to zip. This makes the feature useless for climbing where you would want to clip it to your harness between pitches because you spend so much time wrestling it.

jeromy M
4 out of 5 stars

December 14, 2020

Nice enough jacket

I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
Size Bought:
6' 3"

I wore this jacket today for the first time in 40 degree weather. Although it feels a bit flimsy it kept me warm. The hood has a nice fit with or without a hat. The side pockets are in a good location for hand warming and are fairly deep. There?s better coats at $329 than the DAS light but it?s nice enough. I wouldn?t buy another, though. Not enough warmth. The Patagonia Fitz Roy is a much nicer, warmer coat for only $70 more..