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Patagonia Down Sweater Hooded Jacket - Men's

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Down Sweater Hooded Jacket

Stow Patagonia's Down Sweater Hooded Men's Jacket inside its chest pocket on your next backpacking trip, high-elevation climb, or midwinter ski trip—just be sure to let it out regularly so its plush 800-fill Traceable Down insulation retains its soft loft over time. Patagonia's Traceable Down comes from non-live-plucked and non-force-fed geese; a fact that's been third-party-verified. To enhance its green status, Patagonia made the shell out of a recycled polyester ripstop that's light, windproof, and water-resistant thanks to a DWR finish.

Patagonia updated the Down Sweater with a more contoured fit that's longer for better coverage on cold camping trips. At a single pull, the hood cinches comfortably and securely around your head, and the hem and both cuffs help retain the down's wonderful warmth. Patagonia also added two zippered handwarmers and a zippered internal chest pocket that doubles as a stow pocket when it's time to head back home.

  • An insulating layer ideal for climbing, hiking, and skiing
  • 800-fill Traceable Down insulation is lightweight and compressible
  • Weather-shedding shell made from recycled polyester
  • Single-pull adjustable hood is quickly adjusted to combat wind
  • Adjustable hem and elasticized cuffs work to lock in heat
  • Jacket stows in interior chest pocket for easy packing
  • Contoured fit helps reduce bulk and longer hem increases coverage
  • Patagonia is dedicated to crafting sustainable outdoor gear
  • Item #PAT00FO

Responsible Collection
Certified B-Corp, Recycled/Repurposed
Material
recycled polyester ripstop, DWR finish
Insulation
800-fill down
Fit
contoured
Length
longer hem
Hood
yes, adjustable
Pockets
2 zippered handwarmer, 1 zippered internal chest
Claimed Weight
15.1 oz
Recommended Use
backpacking, camping, hiking, casual
Manufacturer Warranty
lifetime

Tech Specs

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>Rating: 5

Awsome jacket

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

Bought this for my nephew and he says he wears it all the time. thats saying something, because he never wears jackets.

>Rating: 1

Short Lived Jacket

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer
Fit:
True to size
Size Bought
Medium

This jacket was great for about 1 year. It was light, kept me warm , and had reasonably good features. After 1 year, it started leaking from several locations in the back. I didn’t find a way to repair it, so I threw it away. $300 for a jacket that only lasts 12 months isn’t a good deal in my book. I don’t recommend this jacket.

Should of returned the jacket to Patagonia. The company would of replaced it or repaired it.

>Rating: 2

Long-term Review

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer
Fit:
True to size
Size Bought
Medium
Height
5` 9"
Weight
135 lbs

Some reviews are hours or days after they bought it. This is a one-year review. Overall the cut of the jacket is great. So are the features. Really comfortable and looks good. Unfortunately durability is pretty poor. The DWR finish wore off much more quickly than other garments. The down flattened out to a point where the jacket isn't very warm. Most concerning is the wear and tear from everyday movements. The pockets are positioned in a way that the zippers cut into the sleeves. After the first few months, I had several long tears on the inside of the sleeves. Now, it catches a few times every time I wear it. Was a good buy for about 12 months. Would not buy again.

Return it for repair or Patagonia will replace the jacket for you.

>Rating: 5

Keep you warm

This jacket does keep you warm and is very soft to the touch.

>Rating: 5

Great jacket

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer

I’ve mostly used this as a layer under a torrent shell. Great jacket for out in town or on a nice, well maintained trail but I wouldn’t wear it through thick brush, it won’t fare well. If you want a work jacket, get a carhart! I love mine, works a little well in the cold, I often find I need to remove it. Get it sized to fit and it will serve you well.

>Rating: 2

Far from warm

This jacket is far from warm. Wore it in 35 degree weather to walk the dogs and felt the cold within 5 minutes.

>Rating: 5

Still Cannot Believe How Good This Is

Familiarity:
I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
Fit:
True to size
Size Bought
Medium
Height
5` 9"
Weight
160 lbs

I've been searching for a warm pack-able jacket for some time. I finally decided to pull the trigger and order this jacket. It arrived quickly, in 2 days, in a small box that seemed empty. The box was so light that I thought for sure that the jacket will not keep me warm. I've used it twice in NJ in high 20 to low 30 degree weather. WOW! Was I wrong - easily the best jacket I ever owned. Kept me very warm , even with a cold wind blowing all day.

>Rating: 4

Good Fit, Great Quality, Great Style

Familiarity:
I've used it several times
Fit:
Runs small
Size Bought
Extra Large
Height
6` 3"
Weight
245 lbs

This is an exemplary jacket from Patagonia's line up. The first thing that struck me about the jacket when I put in on is the fit, the size runs a bit smaller then Columbia or Northface jackets, i.e. more mainstream brands. That is typical Patagonia though. I actually prefer a snug fit because it keeps you warmer during the winter by not allowing a air pocket between you and the layer. The quality is quintessential Patagonia, the outer material doesn't feel like it would hold up to rips and tears well. However for the daily commute it works awesome! I don't use the jacket as a backpacking jacket but the down is super pack able (I checked!). I love the color and overall look of the jacket, while its slightly bulkier then the Synthetic version of this coat it looks very similar. Which is a good thing! Overall the style and warmth of the product is why I bought it, I've worn it on many cold days here in Utah and I highly recommend it for a daily wear product.

>Rating: 5

Warm and Light!

Size Bought
S
Height
5` 8"
Weight
150 lbs

I wore this jacket during 2019 polar vortex in Midwest without any layers and it still kept me warm.

>Rating: 5

Dependable Staple

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer
Fit:
True to size
Size Bought
Large
Height
5` 11"
Weight
195 lbs

Purchased this to replace my misuse of a Nano Puff for a North East winter jacket. Pound for pound this jacket was great; perfect is any type of dry(ish) winter weather and light enough to not weigh me down during the subway ride . Used it too for winter nights is all types of climates.

>Rating: 5

Everyone needs a good poofer in their ki

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>Rating: 5

Great coat

Good for rain or snow true to size.

>Rating: 5

Great coat

Not to heavy and bulky ,weather it’s cold or raining it works great.

>Rating: 5

From crag to class to ice

Familiarity:
I've used it several times
Fit:
True to size
Size Bought
Large
Height
6` 1"
Weight
170 lbs

Everyone needs a good poofer in their kit, and so far, this one has performed exceptionally and in every way I hoped it would. I’ve had the jacket about a month and in that time have taken it on multiple ice climbing and snowshoeing trips. On cold trips in the backcountry it has served me well as a midlayer. On cold ice climbs, the hood keeps me cozy under my helmet. As a photographer, keeping batteries warm in the winter is always a struggle, but the inside zippered pocket makes it easy to keep them close to my body heat, and the size of that pocket means I can fit in a couple extra snacks or my phone as well. When it’s time to shed a layer, this is my first choice, as it packs down unbelievably well. When I’m at home, headed to class and walking around campus, this is my go to jacket. Not only does it look great, but it manages to keep me comfortable no matter the temperature, warm when it’s 20 and cozy (but not too hot) when it’s 50. I’m 6’1” and 170, and I think the large is perfect for this jacket. It allows room for layering underneath (i’ve had thermals, a synthetic long sleeve t shirt, and a fleece all underneath comfortably) yet still doesn’t look too big or baggy when wearing it with just a t shirt underneath. The material is lightweight, so just as with any puffy, I pay extra caution when hiking through dense wooded areas, and keep my shell on over it to protect from tears. This is a factor with any puffy though, so I don’t view it as a negative in this particular jacket.

Thanks for the review, Jeff! Glad you are so stoked on your puffy! Totally agree it's a necessity for any outdoor winter activity! :)

>Rating: 4

GREAT MID LAYER

Height
5` 11"
Weight
140 lbs

I love this jacket and how warm it is, perfect for rainy seattle days to keep you warm. It's also really light and highly packable. Definitely something to take from the city to the trails.

>Rating: 1

Ok for casual wear

Fit:
True to size
Size Bought
Medium
Height
6` 1"
Weight
187 lbs

In the beginning, jacket was awesome, very warm, stylish ,true to size. It was used for daily commuting in NY. After two months I noticed small tear on left sleeve and the down started to leak. Also I noticed another tear at the bottom of the jacket. Very short amount of time for that kind of damage, by my opinion. Next thing is a DWR finish, very inconsistent. Material used for this jacket is weak. Only thing I like the hood, very functional.

>Rating: 5

Awesome winter jacket

Familiarity:
I gave it as a gift but have feedback to share

I got this as a gift for my dad, here is his feedback: This is the best winter jacket, I do not like anything super heavy and this does the trick. Sometimes I even get too hot in it! It fits true to size and well. I wore this to Amsterdam in the winter and it did great as well as looks really nice. I wear it on a day to day basis as well and have no complaints.

>Rating: 5

Awesome

Highly recommend this jacket. Warm enough for 30+ degree NY winter days.

>Rating: 5

Perfect Puff

Familiarity:
I've used it several times
Fit:
True to size
Size Bought
Large
Height
5` 11"
Weight
195 lbs

Great jacket for me - prinary use is bike commuting and around town. Got this plus the arcteryx beta sl hybrid and Im all set for any conditions. The nano and micro puffies are both pretty minima and until seeing them in person I didnt reaize just how minimal. If you want something lightweight but still very warm this is my pick.

>Rating: 5

Perfect for Maine Winters

Familiarity:
I gave it as a gift but have feedback to share
Fit:
True to size
Size Bought
XL
Height
6` 2"
Weight
200 lbs

Bought this for my friend and he hasn't taken it off. Perfect for long cold winters!

>Rating:

Is this jacket good in the rain?

This jacket is good in the rain, but not great. It is treated with DWR to prevent moisture from soaking the jacket. However, in really intense, prolonged exposure to rain, it will eventually have an issue with dampening. That being said, a gore-tex or gore-tex equivalent technology will always be the best solution for wet weather.

>Rating:

Were is it made ?

Hi Gregory, I can't find where this exact product is made. But here is a link on Patagonia's site that explains where and how they manufacture their products

>Rating:

Is this the latest version of the jacket or a previous season?

Hi Steve, All of the colors are the 2019 models except for the Microgreen which is 2018!

>Rating:

Is this jacket combined with a Patagonia medium weight fleece going to be warmer than the Arc'teryx thorium ar hoody?

Hey Austin, This jacket already has a higher fill of down than the Ar'teryx jacket you're comparing it to on its own. Should be warmer.

>Rating:

What is the recommended temperature range for wearing this hoodie all by itself?

with wind chill it can handle pretty low temperatures, but just by itself I would say no lower than 20 degrees

>Rating:

What Patagonia shells are compatible with this jacket since it's not an active fit? I'm looking for a weatherproof hardshell

Hey Trevor, This jacket should fit under most any shell piece. As long as you have the correct size for both jackets.

>Rating:

Hey i"m 5'8" tall & about 200lb. what size would best fit me?

Probably medium, though tough to say without knowing your measurements. Chat in with one of us and we'll help you get the right size.

>Rating:

im 6'1 and 200 pounds, i also would like to wear a sweatshirt under it, what size would do that for me?

Probably Large, though tough to say without knowing your measurements. Chat in with one of us and we'll help you get the right size.

>Rating:

hi im 5'7"ish 170ish lbs and i have a 41ish chest what size would fit me

Hey, I'm 5' 8", 150, and the Small fits nicely with some room.

>Rating:

Hey, I'm 6'2" and 185 pounds. Wondering if the M or L would be more sufficient for me.

Hey Anthony, you'd be able to wear a large! Let me know if you have any other questions or would like help placing an order for one! You can reach me at my direct line 801.204.4547 or cojohnson@backcountry.com. Best, Connor

>Rating:

Can you wear a climbing helmet under the hood?

>Rating:

I'm 5'10, 210 lbs, 36-inch waist, broad shoulders. I usually wear Large or XL in insulated jackets or shells, and I prefer a slightly loose fit (that can be cinched at the hem). What size do you recommend? thanx!

Hal, You're definitely right in between Large and XL. Not sure if the XL might be too loose for you, I might try a large first since this can run a touch big...

>Rating:

I am 5' 10" and 220lbs, 46 chest but a little big around the midsection. Should I go with XL or XXL in this jacket? Based on the sizing chart it looks like the XL would fit the chest but I'm concerned it might be snug around the torso. Should this jacket fit snug or loose?

Hey Daniel, I recommend that you go with the XXL based on your size/measurements. Feel free to contact me directly with any additional questions. Kyle L. - Expert Gearhead

hi,Daniel my name is michelle,we are padding jacket factory in china. i see the style that you sold,most of them we can make it

>Rating:

I'm buying this for someone that is 6' about 175 lbs and I ordered a large in case they want to layer, is that alright or will they run into problems?

Jeanette, It might be a touch big depending on their personal preference on fit, but it will definitely allow for layering while not being too baggy of a fit.

>Rating:

hello, 6 ft 1in, 195 lbs. Should I get a large or xlarge?? want to be able to wear a sweater of sweatshirt underneath. Thanks !

Armida, I think a large might do it for you unless the sweater or sweatshirts you want to layer underneath are super bulky.

>Rating:

Is this jacket windproof?

Trevor, The Down Sweater isn't designed to be fully windproof, but it does do pretty well in some fairly nasty conditions.

Sweet. Thanks! I went ahead and ordered it as it had pretty much everything I was looking for in a down jacket...can't wait to test it out

>Rating:

Is this jacket sized to go over a couple other layers (Fleece and soft shell jacket) or do I need to size up to get it to fit? I'm 6ft tall and 165lbs. I wear a medium.

I'd size up to a large in you case. The best way to be sure is to take your measurements and compare them to the size chart.

>Rating:

I am 5'10"/185 with a 43" chest. By the sizing guide, it says I should order a large. Thoughts?

Im 5/8 185 and the mid fits like a glove... so it might be to short for u so yes the large is a good choice

>Rating:

My husband is 5'11, 180 lbs. He would typically wear a large but his arms are disproportionate and tend to be longer for his size. As such, he usually has to buy XL. We looked at the size chart and followed the instructions but if that were the case he would wear a small (measures at 32.5 inches). Clearly, we are doing something wrong. If you have any suggestions or recommend a size for him that would be great! Thank you.

Hi Ashley, He probably could wear a Large if he has longer arms. Usually I seen people in his range go with medium without long arms. I am 6'4 and 205 lbs the large fits me just right.

>Rating:

So I'm 6'1" and 170 pounds. Should I go with a medium or a large? I don't plan on layering much beneath the jacket.

Hi Stuart I would say a medium. I am 6'4 and 205 lbs the large fits me just right.