Primo Puff Jacket
- Patagonia's warmest snow jacket for skiing and snowboarding
- Gore-Tex gives rugged waterproofing and comfortable breathability
- PlumaFill insulation has a down-like-feel that's warm when wet
- Ventilation zippers under each arm amplify airflow
- Adjustable hood and removable powder skirt allow versatile coverage
- Item #PAT02XK
What do you think about this product?
November 30, 2019
Not mentioned in description, it has an insulated collar to keep wind and snow out when hood is down. Also has insulated cuffs for same purpose. I use for snowboarding and to wear to work when in Canada (bought grey color). Excellent fitting over helmet. Love all features of it. Light weight and easily compacts into carry on suitcase.
December 6, 2019
Hey Chris, when you're out the ski hill do you overheat in it? I really like the oxide color and that its insulated all the way through the neck, and the overall tech specs seem nice, but I'm worried the insulation might be TOO much. I currently use TNF Brigandine shell/pants and I will layer for what I'm doing that day backcountry or snowshoeing etc, but generally when I'm just out riding or skiing off the lifts I gotta layer up a little more and it can be a hassle when I want to unlayer at the lodge bar midday for a beer you know?? If you do get too hot sometimes, how well do the vents work on it? Say I hit some glades and heat up from workin the trees hard, get to the lift and im damn near sweating, are the vents sufficient or do you find yourself unzipping entirely? Sorry for the long drawn out question!
February 25, 2020
I'm interested in the Primo Puff for very cold temps, so I will be layering under it. I am 6' tall with a 42" chest (size L). Does this jacket run large enough for a midlayer or two, or should I size up to an XL?
November 29, 2019
Does the Oxide Red color resemble the color pictured or the color in the video created by Patagonia, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lXY779_NgKs&feature=emb_logo? Thanks!
November 30, 2019
Joseph, Thanks for the question. The Product is going to resemble what it looks like in the video. We do our best to try and get images directly from their website, but sometimes the resolution doesn't come through super clear.