Patagonia Down Sweater - Women's

Patagonia Down Sweater - Women'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, nylon-bound cuffs and drawcord hem
  • 2 zippered hand pockets; interior stretch-mesh pocket doubles as a stuff sack
  • Regular fit

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Patagonia Down Sweater - Women's

Specification Description
Best use Multisport
Fabric type Polyester / polyester blend
Shell fabric Ripstop polyester
Windproof Yes
Waterproof No
Insulated Yes
Insulation type Down
Insulation 800-fill goose down
Hood No
Back length Hip-length
Back length (in.) 25 inches
Average weight 11 ounces
Gender Women's

Patagonia Down Sweater - Women's

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Rated 1out of5
by fromReturned -2 holes after 3 days wear! Beautiful color and very lightweight but I returned it to REI after wearing it for only 3 days (just to the grocery store). There were 2 places where the down is poking out of the material, it's just too flimsy I suppose. Totally unacceptable when we have other much older down jackets that have shown none of this wear until after many years of wear. Your bad, Patagonia, I just lost a lot of confidence in your brand! PS I chose this as an item on a gift card.
Date published: 2014-03-09
Rated 1out of5
by fromFine with 6 layers underneath I returned the jacket as it was NOT warm at all. In 40 degree weather I was only warm with my Mountain Hardware fleece underneath and 3-5 other layers. A lightweight jacket, but not for cold weather.
Date published: 2012-01-22
Rated 1out of5
by fromDefinitely just a sweater I ordered this "coat" online and knew as soon as I opened the package it would be going back. This is a very light coat and I can't imagine it would even keep me warm in 50 degree weather. I am 5'0" and 98 pounds and wear an xs in just about everything. This coat is huge for the size! The sleeves are about 2 inches too long and I could fit at least three thick sweaters or sweatshirts under this coat. I ordered the blue and it is a really pretty color but that is about the only good thing I have to say about it. This light coat is definitely not worth the [$] price tag.
Date published: 2012-02-05
Rated 1out of5
by fromWhite Not Right Followed washing instructions. Down lumped and shows through the white fabric...looks dirty grey. I have a green and a blue jacket that are great. I love these jackets. The white fabric is too thin and down shows through. Remove washing instructions and say dry clean only. White jacket is not recommended unless heavier fabric is used.
Date published: 2012-04-11
Rated 3out of5
by fromMore of a fashion statement Used this on an 8 day backpack trip in the sierras. Jacket fits great and definitely stylish but not as warm as I would have expected. Used it over baselayer and fleece and was still cold. Upon returning it to store was told by sales staff that jacket is more for fashion statement than warmth.
Date published: 2010-09-07
Rated 3out of5
by fromFragile The jacket tore at the bottom seam 3 days after puchase. I'm a big girl so it never really fit right, very tight across the chest. If you have a large chest try it on before you buy it. I wear a 14 and could barely zip up the XL. Very nice for people with thinner frames.
Date published: 2011-11-15
Rated 3out of5
by froma sheepish complaint I love patagonia's gear and have wanted one of these for years. But I have been really disappointed in the ripstop shell. I have little puffs of down coming out in all kinds of places and I have only used the jacket casually. I bought it for backpacking and climbing, but I'm just not pleased with the shell.
Date published: 2012-02-03
Rated 4out of5
by fromWarm, cozy. Not for wind and rain This is a warm and cozy jacket. I like how light it is and how it comes down to a little ball, which is easy to pack. At time of purchase I knew it was not waterproof, so I always bring my waterproof shell when I use this. They're both light and usually do the job for snowshoeing trips. Used in trips in the San Bernardino mountains and the Sierras. Coldest I've had was low 30's. You do need to be careful with the zippers - I'm always afraid they might rip the fabric. I've mine for two years and I plan to keep it for years to come.
Date published: 2012-12-27

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