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Patagonia Micro Puff Hooded Insulated Jacket - Women's


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    4 Reviews


    Puff with the right stuff.

    Zip up the Patagonia Women's Micro Puff Hooded Insulated Jacket over your favorite baselayer before heading out on the snowshoe trail and you'll enjoy the day in toasty comfort. If some ominous clouds roll in with the threat of snow, pull your weatherproof shell out, slide it easily on top of the Micro Puff, and watch the world turn snowy white from the cozy cocoon around you.

    Revolutionary PlumaFill insulation mimics the structure of down for a packable, toasty design that still offers warmth even after getting wet. And when you're not wearing a waterproof shell, the Pertex Quantum fabric still holds its own against the snow and rain with a water-repellent coating. Plus, an under-the-helmet hood construction helps you adventure in comfort without sacrificing safety.

    • Warm, windproof jacket for colder days in the mountains
    • Water-repellent Pertex Quantum resists light rain and snow
    • PlumaFill insulation is packable, warm, and water-resistant
    • Regular fit keeps you moving freely
    • Elasticized cuffs and hem seal in warmth
    • Multiple pockets stash snacks, maps, and your phone
    • Item #PAT028Q

    Tech Specs

    Pertex Quantum (10D nylon ripstop)
    65g PlumaFill (100% polyester)
    2 hand
    Claimed Weight
    Recommended Use
    all-mountain skiing, all-mountain snowboarding, casual
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    • Familiarity: I've used it several times
    • Fit: True to size
    • Size Bought: Small
    • Height: 5'3"
    • Weight: 107lbs

    I own another Patagonia puff in XS and I like the fit. It’s great for when I wear tanks for shirts under. I ordered this one in gray (so cute!!!) and in a small this time so I could layer with bulky items. I’m obsessed with the color and fit. Only complaint is the weird good. It is a way odd fit and doesn’t look good when it’s on.


    The new Micro Puff - not perfect

    • Familiarity: I returned this product before using it
    • Fit: Runs small
    • Size Bought: XL
    • Height: 5'5"

    I really wanted to love the new Micro Puff. I am a gear addict. Truly, I am a Patagonia coat addict. This fits totally different than the more recent release sizing of the Nano Puff. I have older nano puffs from a few years ago, this fits like those larges. I ordered the XL in Black. It is not shiny, it is identical in color to my XL Nano puff. But, the back is tight when I pull my arms forward. I had hoped to backpack in this. There is no give in it. It is not the same sizing of the XL of the nano puff or even the down sweater that ordered in the 2017. It is more like a Large. The arms are long, but not too long, but they are tight up near my shoulders. I am a 12-14, bust is 38C/D, and I carry weight around my middle in my 50's. It is not tight around my torso. It is tight around the chest and the arms. However, the XL in the Nano, the down sweater, and the Downtown fit me perfectly. The zipper is a YKK great quality. The pockets are a bit high, yet the overall fit is awkward. I want to zip and go I do with the Nano. So back to the Nano for me. Maybe a manufacturing flaw, maybe a sizing issue. I know that the sizing will be changed if enough reviews come in.

    Puff - Puff - Don't Pass

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
    • Fit: True to size
    • Size Bought: Small
    • Height: 5'3"
    • Weight: 120lbs

    I've been waiting all my life for this puff. A jacket that fully captures the performance of down's not down. Too many times I've used a down jacket in wet or inclement weather only to find a droopy, sloppy mess. (Thanks to all those years living in Washington.) This thing retains its warmth, even when damp.

    Things I most like about it:

    * Flattering, comfortable fit

    * A hood that actually fits!

    * Packs up cray small (a boon for us overpackers)

    * Super duper lightweight

    * For the weight, the warmth of this thing is honestly startling

    Now, granted, we are having an unseasonably warm winter here in Utah, but there have been many occasions where I've ventured out up at Alta, just wearing this number over a baselayer. For the super thin nature of this jacket, I'm continually surprised by the warmth it encapsulates. The insulation is so neat, you wouldn't even realize this puffy does not contain down feathers if you didn't know any better. It's an awesome option for backcountry ski touring because it packs up so small and it weighs practically nothing. I've been stuffing it in the front pocket of my pack and pulling it out along peaks or ridge lines when removing my climbing skins and fiddling with my boots. I also like that it doesn't add much bulk underneath my shell. I hate the marshmellow puff sensation of squeezing your shell over the insulating layer, and I don't get that this with Micro Puff because it is so low profile.

    Durability - no complaints thus far, as I've come to expect with Patagonia products.

    Pockets - sizable enough to stuff my iPhone 8+ inside without issue. (Another difficult thing to find in jackets these days.)

    Fabric - shiny but not in the embarrassing garbage bag kind of way. I often receive complements when I take this puppy out on the town. Ladies and gents alike seem to like it. The fabric itself is also rather water repellant, Ive tested it in a few snowstorms and haven't had issue. It also does not get as swampy as other down jackets I've used while the heart rate is pumping. I think the thin profile of the jacket and this new type of insulation traps less moisture than down puffs I've used in the past. Sure, you'll get a bit moist, but nothing like the trash compactor status of days of yore.

    If you crave the following things, this jacket is for you:

    Non-marshmellowy insulation

    Great great heat and fantastic warmth

    A hood that actually fits

    Generous pockets

    A fetching fit

    General winter goodness

    Puff - Puff - Don't Pass

    Micro Feel, Macro Warmth.

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
    • Fit: True to size
    • Size Bought: XS
    • Height: 5'3"
    • Weight: 110lbs

    TLDR: This jacket is awesome. I don't just like-like it, I love it. It's warm, it's light, it's breathable, it's packable, and it's versatile. Now, instead of reaching for my Nano Air jacket, I reach for the Micro Puff. Admittedly, I was skeptical of the hype, but it's true: the Micro Puff's insulation warms like down, breathes like down, but doesn't turn into a sopping mess when it's wet.

    Okay so now that I've gotten that out of the way, let me preface my review with this: I'm a long-time Nano Air enthusiast. That said, I had a few qualms with it: the Nano Air isn't terribly packable, it's not nearly as warm as a down jacket on super-chilly days, and sometimes I feel like it could breathe a liiiiitttllle better.

    Enter in: the new Micro Puff. WOWEEE - it excelled in all the things I wished the Nano Air had, and then some. What are my favorite features you ask?

    1. The insulation
    2. The fit
    3. The packability (i.e. how small it packs down in your bag)

    The Micro Puff differentiates itself from the Nano Air in a few ways, but it's main claim to fame is the insulation (hence the wild looking baffling). The Plumafill insulation still runs throughout the jacket, as does traditional synthetic insulation, but there's wee clusters of lofted fibers to promote focused warmth - comparable to the way that a down cluster harbors heat and breathes well simultaneously. So, it's still synthetic, but it keeps you cozy like a down jacket does. I'm a big fan of this new insulation - it has kept me so comfortable and warm through hikes, tours, snowy camping, frigid-AF-offices, and just about everything else in between. Never once have I found myself saying "I wish this jacket was ______." The face fabric is also awesome and while the Pertex material may resemble a shiny trash bag, the lightweight constitution of the material is anything but garbage. It's highly durable, water-resistant, and yet remains lightweight.

    As for the fit, it's true to size. I wear an XS in Patagonia across the board (though I occasionally wear a Small if I want more room), and the XS in the Micro Puff fits perfect everywhere. There's even a hint of room for me to layer a vest underneath, should the conditions be super chilly - again this is a huge selling point for me, because I dig the ability to just have a little extra wiggle room. And lastly, the packability is optimal. I throw this jacket in my pack every time I head out the door, and it packs down superbly. I feel like a lost puppy without it!