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Get through the frigid front.

A trip downtown can easily turn into an arctic experience, and when the weather turns, the Patagonia Women's Ultralight Fiona Down Parka provides superior cold weather performance with a healthy dose of urban style. With borrowed materials from the alpine line, like a tough, water-resistant outer shell and 800-fill down, this ultralight parka keeps in your warmth without making you look like you just came down from base camp.

  • The ultralight nylon ripstop shell is translucent and features a Deluge DWR coating to make sure the flakes and drops don't soak into the down
  • Quilted construction keeps the 800-fill down in place and effective over the life of the jacket
  • Two-way zipper lets you wear the parka the way you want
  • Above-the-knee fit keeps your entire torso insulated and looks great while winter window shopping
  • Handwarmer pockets help warm your cold fingers
  • Item #PAT2519

Tech Specs

nylon ripstop, Deluge DWR coating
800-fill European goose down
yes, fixed
(external) 2 handwarmer
Claimed Weight
10.4 oz
Recommended Use
casual wear in cold weather
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  • Familiarity: I've used it several times
  • Fit: True to size

This was a purchase I debated for awhile, due to price. I finally took the plunge and haven't looked back! This is such a great jacket. Super warm, the hood is great, the blue color is beautiful. Fit is perfect (I'm 5'4" 120lbs and got a S). Super lightweight and packs down to nothing (great for traveling!).

I purchased this coat and the Mountain Hardware Ghost Whisperer coat both in small so I could compare them then, return one of them.

The Ghost Whisperer and the Fiona Ultralight are both super cute from behind. Both have stuff sacks ? cool! The Ghost is lighter weight (but only by a couple ounces) and warmer (Backcountry rep told me that - just barely). If i was 8-10lbs heavier, then I would have gone with the Ghost Whisperer cuz it's still flattering especially from the back just more space in the tummy.

The Fiona Ultralight Coat is far more flattering if you are slim - I'm 5'4" 117lbs, so i kept that one.

Slim fit in the chest

  • Familiarity: I returned this product before using it
  • Fit: Runs small

I really liked the coat and ended up returning the small I purchased in black for a medium (at another company because mediums have been sold out for months). I get a lot of complements on the coat and it is very warm for the weight. It's not bulky and has enough shape to be flattering (no marshmallow embarrassment) I use it at 40 F by itself and use it to layer any colder than that if I am going to be sedentary. Its great for wearing under nice "business" pea coats that are more for looks than cold weather. I also love it under my rain shells. When I ordered the small I was worried about the fit over my hips but it turned out the bust was more the issue. I am 5' 9" and curvy and the medium gave me the extra room I needed to wear thick sweaters or blazers underneath and still have wiggle room. Overall, I was very pleased with the coat and would recommend it to anyone looking for a base layer for really cold days or a go to for moderate cold days. I also have been know to wear it going out because I can stuff it in my purse!

Great jacket!

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

It's a warm jacket when its cold outside but can be worn on warmer spring days, long enough to cover the upper part of your legs so it keeps you extra warm. Also, it has a nice cut so it looks feminine!

My wife loves it

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

Bought this coat for my wife and she absolutely loves it. We live in a mountain town and once the temps dropped and the snow was flying, she was definitely not warm enough on her legs. The duster style of this coat has kept her thighs and rear toasty.


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

I am 5'1 about 120 lbs and ordered size small. I love the nice snug slim fit of the parka. It is really versatile, you can dress it up with a skirt or something fancy, or you can rock it out on the mountain on a cold day. Full length zip and a cozy hood. I love the low profile fit, its flattering and has enough room to layer a little underneath without adding bulkiness. I don't think I could ask for a better parka. This one is a keeper!

Great Parka

  • Familiarity: I returned this product before using it
  • Fit: Runs small

I love that this coat is so lightweight, and the shiny fabric is great, too. But it runs REALLY narrow through the midsection. I always wear a medium, and I had to return the medium for a large. When it says "slim fit", they aren't kidding. Consider your body type when choosing your size!

Patagonia Ultralight Fiona Down Parka

    I live in Wyoming where it is very cold and windy. The Fiona UL is the perfect parka for spring, summer, fall, and as an under layer in the winter, for me. The Fiona UL is a very popular parka, even in sub zero temps, where I live, but it would not be warm enough for me. I wear my Patagonia Downtown Loft Parka when it is below zero. I am 5'8"tall and weigh 135 pounds. I purchased two Fiona UL's on sale, one is a size medium and the other is a size large. I wear a size medium in the long Downtown Loft Parka with plenty of room to spare. The Fiona UL is a very slim fit, it is a slimmer fit than the Downtown Loft Parka. I wear the medium UL Fiona when I am not planning on layering much underneath and the size large UL Fiona if I plan to wear a lot of layers. I have an hourglass figure so the Fiona UL is the perfect shape for my shape. The Fiona UL is one of my favorite parkas. It is very lightweight, warm for it's weight, shapely, perfect for travel and it has a very useful hood. It is amazing how small the whole package is when the parka is stuffed into it's stuff sack.

    great coverage, warm without being heavy

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    Love, love, love this coat. Bought it last year and never had a regret. Great fit though the sizing may run small. I'm 5'2" 120 lbs and usually wear a S in Patagonia clothing, but the M in this coat fit best. Smooth lining means it slides on easily. Full length zip and well shaped hood keeps out the elements. Comes with a stuff sack (which I wish could be tethered in a pocket or something), and it packs down to nothing. Great for travel and whipping out when the weather conditions change suddenly. Lightweight and yet warm and cozy. I don't overheat in it either, so it's wearable in a wider range of conditions than I expected. I have enough room for extra layers if needed. Nice feminine silhouette too, even with layers underneath. Hoodie profile is just right, I can wear a medium weight knit hat, or nothing at all, equally well. The cuffs are nothing special but they seem to be the perfect size for me; cold air doesn't blow in, even if I'm not wearing gloves. One of my all time favorite coats.

    Patagonia Ultralight Fiona Parka

      This was the Christmas gift my daughter was longing for, but the sizing seems to be way off. How can a coat be too small in the hips for my size 2 daughter? Really too bad as next size up would be too big on top so it is being returned.

      Love this freak of nature coat

        I bought this from Backcountry on Black Friday and got a screaming deal. I hit the jackpot because now the prices are back up to 379. This jacket is too good to be true. Super lightweight, compact, warm, dry, extremely fitted and flattering, great hood. Nothing not to like, I would say on sizing it runs small. I normally wear a 6 or small and this took a medium and is fitted snug through the upper body. This jacket seems like a freak. I can't believe it could be made so light and compact and so warm. It is as light as a feather.

        Best parka ever!

          The parka is everything one could want in a parka-very, very light, flattering, warm as could be without any additional bulk and a great color ( I ordered the silver.) It packs into a small rectangle which can be used as a pillow. I plan on taking it to China this February. I've gotten so many comments on this parka and though it was a tad pricy for me, backcountry had free shipping and no tax which offset the cost. I love this coat and wear it around town. It is great both casually and for dress as it has almost a space-age feel with the slightly metallic sheen. The hood is just the right size for windy, cold conditions. How can one coat be so fab? Love, love, love it and I'm not easily impressed.

          Could anyone find the down fill temperature...

          Could anyone find the down fill temperature rating for Patagonia parkas? I've seen this one in the store and it seems like it's pretty light and thin, and won't work for below -5 Celsius. Any information on this?

          Thanks a lot for the answer! So there's no way to see if this one would be warm enough unless you try it... I'm considering this for an urban wear, like wearing to work, walking around the city, nothing too active and I'd like to stay warm even if I slowly walk around with my baby stroller, but it looks like this one would be too light for places where temperature can drop to -5 (F).

          Best Answer

          Jacket don't generally get temperature ratings like sleeping bags do beucase there is way too much variability in what the user is doing (vs. just sleeping). I would say if you are just standing around and not really active you will likely be warm down into the high 30s low 40s (F). If you are walking briskly and generating some heat then you can probably go even a bit colder. That being said if you are a person who is usually warm or runs hot you may be able to wear this in really cold temperatures and conversely if you are always cold this may not be warm enough regardless of what you are doing.

          what is the back length of this coat in...

          what is the back length of this coat in small and medium?