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Patagonia Down Sweater - Men's

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  • Ripstop polyester shell is tear-resistant and windproof; Deluge® water-repellent finish causes snow and rain to bead up and roll off
  • Premium European 800 fill-power goose down insulation is extremely warm, lightweight and compressible
  • Details include quilted-through construction, lightweight coiled zippers throughout and an interior chest pocket that doubles as a stuff sack
  • Drawcord hem and elastic binding at the cuffs
  • Two zippered hand pockets


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Patagonia Down Sweater - Men's Specs
Best use
Polyester / polyester blend
Ripstop polyester
800-fill goose down
25 inches
11 ounces
Fabric type
Shell fabric
Shell lining fabric
Insulation type
Back length
Back length (in.)
Average weight

Patagonia Down Sweater - Men's

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Rated 4.5658/5 based on 76 reviews
Rated 2out of5
by fromBad size options for tall lean people. The large was too big in the chest and stomach and the medium was too small in the shoulders. Patagonia should make this coat in a slim option for lean people.
Date published: 2011-04-14
Rated 2out of5
by fromnot good as expected smell terrible,even a little stink even make me feel that it couldn't be so-called 800-fill goose down,compare to my other marmot down vest,it's doesn't meet my expectation. what's worse,I've already sent it to china, so it's too trouble to return it to REI. I only hope it will smell better after long time ventilation.
Date published: 2012-04-11
Rated 3out of5
by fromIt's okay I'm just going to say the Pat down sweater is just okay. Nothing uber great about this down sweater other than the Patagonia name on it. It's a little over priced at $200 MSRP but if you watch [@] they will blow out the discontinued colors 2 times a year up to 50% off. I paid [$] for mine and [$] for my wife's Pat down sweaer. I would like to see some hand warmer lined pockets and the collar lined as well. My buddy has the Eddie Bauer downlight sweater which I feel it a better fit, has hand warmer pockets, better down loft and cheaper MSRP at $179.
Date published: 2011-09-23
Rated 4out of5
by fromDown Jacket The main purpose for buying this jacket was for back packing. My first trip with it was a sheep hunt in Alaska and it did a great job of keeping me warm. I also use this jacket for camping and casual use. It is a bit expensive though, so not something I would normally buy just to have.
Date published: 2013-09-04
Rated 4out of5
by fromGreat sweater-like jacket! Warm, compact, great light jacket or sweater-like under jacket.
Date published: 2014-03-05
Rated 4out of5
by fromPerfect for Montana I use this jacket for day to day wear around town. It's comfortable all the way down into the negatives. I wore it in -20F and was still nice and warm. It's super lightweight, perfect for throwing on over a tshirt. Some more color options would have been nice, but other then that it meets all expectations.
Date published: 2014-03-12
Rated 4out of5
by fromlight, warm, I wear it half the year I bought this jacket over 2 years ago and I wear it a lot. I live in the mountains and winter is already here by mid October and can stick around into June. It packs up to the size of a grapefruit, so it is perfect for taking on planes, or keeping it in the car. The one bad thing, it rips way too easily. I knew it wasn't bullet proof so I don't abuse it (no cats or dogs are allowed near it). I made the mistake of taking it through sagebrush once. It never ripped that bad, the ripstop does work. Patagonia replaced this jacket a year ago because of holes. A month later it had holes.... hopefully they replace it again.
Date published: 2008-10-11
Rated 4out of5
by frommeh. I love Patagonia products, and find that their durability, comfort, style, and functionality are well worth their inflated prices. I was disappointed by this jacket, because I really WANTED it to work out. Yes, it is warm for its light weight and small pack-down size. But ultimately I returned it in favor of the Marmot Zeus Jacket.I found that the Patagonia sweater didn't fit me well - I am 6'1" and 175 pounds, and it is just too bulky, and it is rather unattractive. It isn't warm enough to merit using in cold situations in the outdoors - you are better off going with the Marmot, which is a better value at[$] It is warmer, and while you pay for this slightly in weight and bulk, it is simply a more versatile garment. I would bring the Marmot Zeus with me back packing and climbing but also wear it around town.
Date published: 2009-01-24

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