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    Hi-Loft Hooded Down Sweater Jacket

    Shrug off cold and biting temps with the Patagonia Men's Hi-Loft Down Jacket. Thermal efficiency is the name of the game when you're hunkered down at altitude, and with a generous dose of high loft 600-fill goose down, this jacket insulates your core so you stay nice and toasty when winter weather would have it otherwise. Recycled ripstop fabric puts up with a bit of abuse, and a DWR coating sheds moisture. Since the jacket is insulated with traceable down, you can rest assured that no geese were force-fed or live-plucked to make this jacket. 

    • Eco-friendly insulation for hiking, climbing, or skiing
    • Down insulation sourced from geese that weren't live-plucked
    • Recycled ripstop material helps reduce waist in landfills
    • DWR finish protects down fill from light precipitation
    • Insulated hood helps reduce heat loss and protects from wind
    • Regular fit can be worn as a midlayer or standalone jacket
    • Patagonia produces sustainable outerwear and outdoor gear
    • Item #PAT00WN

    Tech Specs

    Material
    30D 100% recycled polyester ripstop, DWR coating
    Insulation
    600-fill down
    Fit
    regular
    Length
    hip
    Center Back Length
    30in
    Hood
    yes
    Pockets
    [external] 2 zippered handwarmer, [internal] 1 zippered chest
    Claimed Weight
    1lb 3oz
    Recommended Use
    hiking & camping, climbing
    Manufacturer Warranty
    lifetime

    Tech Specs

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    >Rating: 5

    Insane warmth and packability

    Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer
    Fit:True to size
    Size Boughtlarge
    Height6` 2"
    Weight180 lbs

    This thing is crazy warm. It radiates heat better than any jacket I've owned. Took it off on the plane to Japan and set it on my legs, felt like a heater. Fortunately you can pack it into a ball so that was remedied. If you're looking for a more durable fabric the bivy jacket is what you want, it's much thicker and more of a standalone only jacket. This can easily be layered or packed for when it's super frigid. Looks dope walking around too.

    >Rating: 2

    Very Disappointed - Thin cheap Material

    Familiarity:I've used it several times
    Size BoughtXL
    Height6` 0"
    Weight185 lbs

    I always thought Patagonia was supposed to be a high quality brand, but am completely disappointed with this purchase. I bought by recommendation from Backcountry on line assistance for a trip my wife I had to go to Europe for two weeks visiting Christmas Markets. The entire two weeks the coat had feathers coming poking through and coming out of the jacket. I think because the material is so thin. I have a Marmot down vest that is several years old and never had a feather come through like this coat. I left a trail of feathers on the trip. It also has a cheap zipper that has caused me problems several time. Very much regret this purchase which is way over priced for the quality.

    >Rating: 3

    Super thick and warm, but not so tough

    Familiarity:I've used it several times
    Fit:Runs large
    Size BoughtMedium
    Height6` 2"
    Weight150 lbs

    If you’re wondering whether to go with this or the regular down sweater hoody, this is much much thicker and warmer. Don’t be fooled by the pictures — it’s a big, thick jacket – I have the down down sweater, micropuff and Nano puff and it’s about as thick as wearing all 3 of those at once. It works best with a mid layer because of the boxy design (lots of room in the stomach area). I ended up returning this jacket because it arrived with a hole in it with feathers flowing out. (I believe I got a dud). Also, I wear a backpack everyday so the constant compression caused a lot of shedding too (thus the 3 stars). It’s a real down feather jacket so this happens but I do wish they would make it more seamless and use a thicker more rugged material that doesn’t tear easily. If they revisit this design and material, I would consider buying again.

    >Rating: 5

    Warm all winter

    Familiarity:I've used it several times
    Fit:Runs large
    Size Boughtmedium
    Height5` 9"
    Weight155 lbs

    This jacket was great for keeping me warm all winter in NJ. The cut is slightly longer (covers part your butt). I am 5'9" about 155 lbs, broad shouldered and was between a small and medium based on other reviews. I ordered both and kept the medium and am glad I did.

    >Rating: 5

    nice and warm

    Familiarity:I've used it several times
    Fit:Runs large

    I got this before a trip to the east coast. It was extremely warm, and would be perfect in the snow with a water repellent shell over it. I got a mens XS and normally wear women's medium, so definitely fits a little large/boxy. This is my new go to winter jacket.

    >Rating: 5

    Great looking jacket!

    Familiarity:I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
    Fit:Runs large
    Size BoughtSmall
    Height5` 9"
    Weight150 lbs

    Be careful with sizing. I always wear a medium but chose a small after returning a medium and am very happy. 5’9” 150lbs. Mediums run very big in the mid section.

    >Rating: 5

    I love this coat!

    Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer
    Fit:True to size
    Size BoughtLarge
    Height5` 10"

    This is a perfect winter coat for December in Michigan. It offers a lot of warmth without a ridiculous amount of bulk. It is such a well made coat and Patagonia pays attention to the details. The baffling is holding up well and the pockets are exactly what I need. The interior pocket is the perfect size for my keys and iPhone.. The hood is great for those cold walks to my car in the parking lot on a windy day. I typically wear this down to the teens but if it is colder than that I switch to a parka. I love this coat so much I bought one for my wife. I also like the fact that Patagonia is an ethical company with sustainable practices. They did it right on this one. If you are looking for a down winter coat look no further.

    >Rating: 5

    Perfect for me, but be attentive

    Familiarity:I've used it several times
    Fit:True to size
    Size BoughtMedium
    Height5` 8"
    Weight165 lbs

    Keeps me warm in a east coast city. Could wear a t-shirt with the jacket at 30 degrees. Fitting is relative so do some research.

    >Rating: 5

    warm, durable, light

    Familiarity:I've used it several times
    Fit:Runs large
    Size BoughtXL
    Height6` 3"
    Weight160 lbs

    The cooler the nights get, the more glad I am to have invested in this jacket. The wind feels nonexistent whether you're mobbing on a bike or if it happens to be a breezy day. When hiking through brush, it seems to resist any scratching or tearing. I slipped out on my bike once turning a corner wearing this and it just got dirty. The hood is also a great plus. All in all, the only problem I have with this jacket is overheating.

    >Rating: 5

    Perfect around town piece

    Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer
    Fit:Runs large
    Height5` 6"
    Weight160 lbs

    I have a handful of insulated jackets, both synthetic and down, but none were warm enough for every day use on the most frigid days. This one is perfect for the coldest days in SLC and PC. Like other reviewers have mentioned, it's a slightly boxier fit, but I was expecting that no surprises for me. If you're in between sizes and planning on wearing it just over a t-shirt or sweat, consider sizing down. The fit doesn't get any more tapered, but it will likely look better in a slightly smaller size. Overall I love this jacket!

    >Rating: 5

    Great, Lightweight, Warm Down Jacket

    Familiarity:I've used it several times
    Fit:Runs large
    Size BoughtXL
    Height6` 2"
    Weight220 lbs

    This is exactly what I wanted. I had tried the Patagonia Down Sweater that I got on my REI 20%off member sale. For me and my metabolism I found it wasn't warm enough. (Didn't keep me warm at 50*. What good is that?) So I returned it. I saw that the Hi-Loft jacket was the next step up in warmth over the Down Sweater. If I'm needing warmth I need/want something more substantial than a sweater weight jacket. This jacket fits the bill perfectly for me. Just standing around it keeps me comfortable in the low 40's and with exertion easily into the 30's and upper 20's. I've shoveled snow with a wind chill into the mid-teens and been comfortable. Yes, it is a bit heavier than the Down Sweater and packs a bit bigger. But for me warmth trumps a few extra ounces. The front hand pockets are cavernous. I stash hats, gloves, and hands in there no problem. The whole thing (minus hats and gloves of course!) packs into the zippered internal chest pocket. It would make a decent pillow if you are camping. I would say the fit is just a bit large. I am 6' 2" and about 220lbs. The sleeve length is perfect and the jacket has a slight drop tail design that covers my butt like I want. There is also an elastic drawstring around the bottom hem of the jacket that works easily and well. My only small complaint is I wish the hood were cut a little fuller to cover my cheeks better. There is a single elastic drawstring adjustment on the back of the hood that snugs the hood around the face, but even doing that it still doesn't cover my cheeks really well. My main use for this jacket so far has been after skiing and general wear. I bought the Ash color. It's not quite as brown as the picture on the website. My wife says it has a bit of a gold tinge to it. I'll take her word for it, LOL! Still like it though. I would recommend this to anyone looking for something warmer than the Down Sweater but still wants a relatively lightweight, packable down jacket.

    >Rating: 5

    Patagonia Light and Warm

    Familiarity:I gave it as a gift but have feedback to share
    Fit:True to size
    Size BoughtLarge
    Height6` 0"
    Weight180 lbs

    I gifted this jacket to my dad and have his feedback to share: This is the lightest winter jacket I have ever owned. Just as warm as my normal winter jackets weighing 3X as much. Can wear this over a T-shirt in 20 degree F weather and still stay warm. The Grey/Green color looks good with all outdoor clothing and doesn’t show dirt. Nice large hood keeps the wind/moisture out and can easily fit over other headwear. Men’s large fits as expected (I am 6’ and 180#).

    >Rating: 5

    It's like a parka.

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

    I was looking for a winter jacket and definitely got one and was surprised by the difference between this "jacket" and the down sweater. It's definitely bulkier, in terms of loft and fill, which I wanted. If you're looking for a layering piece, you might want to consider the down sweater.

    >Rating: 5

    Favorite Jacket

    Familiarity:I've used it several times
    Fit:True to size
    Height5` 11"
    Weight170 lbs

    I fell comfortable in this. Best Jacket I've bought. It's the second Down Hoody of Patagonia's I've bought and this one is the better. I loved the color and the fit but what made me extra happy was the improved cuffs. Go to your nearest Patagonia retailer and find out what I mean. Thanks be to God for Yvon Chouinard.

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    >Rating: 3

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    >Rating:

    Perfect for around town

    One of the warmest jackets I've ever put on. Check out my video below for an in depth review of this super warm and stylish puffy.

    You need a bigger size. That size is too small for you.

    >Rating: 5

    Sizing, Up or Down, Is Relative

    Height5` 10"
    Weight198 lbs

    Yes, this does fit slightly larger than the Down Sweater in a Large: Ca. 1.5" across shoulders, 1" around chest and 2" around the hem. The latter is undesired by me, but the other specs I need. For those, like me, who find the XL Down Sweater to be far too boxy and the Large snugger than desired the fit of the Hi-Loft is very welcome. It allows me to size down to Large and get a very good fit.

    >Rating: 5

    Great for when it gets real cold

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

    I have a fair amount of Patagonia insulation from the Nano Puff to the Patagonia Hi-Loft Hoody and when it gets really cold, this my go to jacket. I wear it around town, and I've summited Kili in it, and climbed in the alps with it. The insulation provides warmth and comfort when it gets well below zero, and the hood fits easily over a hat as long as you don't have a pom on top of it. The one downside is that the pockets could be fleece lined to provide a bit more comfort. Other than that, this jacket is awesome.

    >Rating: 4

    Sizing is larger than Patagonia down swe

    Familiarity:I returned this product before using it
    Fit:Runs large
    Size BoughtSmall
    Height5` 8"
    Weight130 lbs

    Very warm and adequate loft. Had to return for a small as the sizing is larger than expected. Maybe if it's meant to wear over everything else then it's spot on, but I'm using it under a shell for skiing.

    >Rating: 5

    Patagonia rules Patagonia rules!

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

    This jacket is made very well and looks great. I love Patagonia's mission and products.

    >Rating:

    Is the rip stop fabric?

    >Rating:

    I am 5' 5" and 132 lbs. I really like all of the properties of this jacket, but I'm concerned with it running large that the xs will still be too large. Would the kids xl be an option, and if the fit is right, would the durability and quality be there?

    >Rating:

    im 6'1 and 200 pounds what size would work well if i wanted to wear a sweater under it?

    An extra large would give you enough room.

    >Rating:

    ok guys I'm looking at this and the Arcteryx cerium sv hoody which is gonna be tougher and last the longest, I'm not to concerned with warmth I have a base layer but I want it to last a while .

    >Rating:

    Ok guys what's warmer and more durable this or the Arcteryx cerium Sv or L T I'm looking at all 3

    >Rating:

    I'm trying to make a decision between the Hi-Loft Hooded Jacket and the Hooded Down Sweater. What is the big difference between these two jackets? For instance, in addition to the type of down insulation (600 vs 800) is there a difference in say the quantity of insulation in each jacket? My intent is to purchase whichever jacket is going to be warmer.

    Cole, the Hi-Loft is going to be about 30% warmer than the Down Sweater, which is a dialed-down, more compressible option. Let me know if I can help you with anything else!!! 801-736-6399 or llabar@backcountry.com

    >Rating:

    Is this Hi-Loft Version warmer than the other Patagonia Down jacket version?

    If you're talking about the Patagonia Down Sweater, then yes, this is a warmer option! Let me know if there's anything else I can help with.

    >Rating:

    How much warmer is this jacket vs. the regular Down Sweater jacket. I am looking for something a little warmer than the Down Sweater that I have.

    David, This is definitely a little warmer than the Down Sweater, maybe 30% warmer?

    Is your down sweater hooded? The hood alone increases comfort due to your neck and most of your head being covered. That said, I have both the regular down hoody and the hi-loft. I find the regular keeps me fairly warm down into the 30s. Once temps dip into the 20s and teens, the hi-loft is where it's at-- toasty warm even while I'm wearing only a short sleeved polo underneath. Also, I have to say that the hi-loft just feels cozy and comfortable to wear, whereas my regular down hoody feels more like a jacket. I look forward to temperatures dropping just so I can wear my hi-loft hoody :D