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About Patagonia Hi-Loft Down Sweater Hoody for Men

Patagonia Hi-Loft Down Sweater Hoody for Men
The Patagonia Hi-Loft Down Sweater Hoody for Men is ideal for when you plan on spending winter exploring the outdoors. Its lightweight polyester shell is not bulky in design, however, it provides a superior performance. It has a durable water repellant finish (DWR) which makes it water-resistant and prevents you from getting wet. You can put up its adjustable, low profile hood, when it starts getting really chilly. Your jacket has two zippered handwarmer pockets, which can also be used to store small belongings, within easy reach. The drawcord hem can be used to cinch the jacket closer to your body for extra warmth. The Patagonia Hi-Loft Down Sweater Hoody for Men is a great addition to your winter wardrobe.

Patagonia Hi-Loft Down Sweater Hoody for Men Features

  • Lightweight polyester shell with a Deluge¦ DWR finish
  • Bigger channels and more 800-fill-power premium goose down than regular down sweater
  • Low-profile adjustable hood seals out wind
  • Two zippered handwarmer pockets and one zippered internal pocket for storage
  • Center-front zipper with storm flap seals out weather
  • Drawcord hem seals out cold and spindrift
  • Stuff sack included
  • Shell: 1.4-oz 22-denier 100% recycled polyester ripstop
  • Lining: 1.4-oz 100% polyester mini-ripstop
  • Insulation: 800-fill-power premium European goose down

Patagonia Hi-Loft Down Sweater Hoody for Men Specifications

Total Weight
15.7 oz.
800-fill-power premium European goose down
Shell Material
1.4-oz 22-denier 100% recycled polyester ripstop
Lining Material
1.4-oz 100% polyester mini-ripstop. Both with a DWR (durable water repellent) finish
Available in the Following Colors:
Black, Dark Walnut, Hickory, Nickel, Viking Blue
Available in the Following Sizes:
Large, Medium, Small, X-Large, X-Small
Mfr #
Patagonia Men's Jackets Size Chart
  X-Small Small Medium Large X-Large 2X-Large
Neck (in) 14-14½" 15-15½" 15½-16" 16½-17" 17-17½" 17½-18"
Chest (in) 34-35" 36-38" 39-41" 42-45" 46-48" 49-51"
Waist (in) 28" 29-30" 31-33" 34-36" 38" 40-42"
Sleeve (in) 32" 33" 34" 35" 36" 37"
Women's Size Conversion 4-6 8-10 12-14 14-16 18-20 22-24

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I would buy this again today!

By maha

from NH



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        Usual Patagonia top quality. Versatile as a very cold day under insulation layer, or an attractive cold evening out jacket.

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        Shopper  what temperature rating and/or thermal r value does this jacket provide? I'm thinking of buying it for an AT trail fall/winter (sep/oct) MD section hike.
        KATHLEEN Y  My husband bought this jacket this past winter and wore it every day. We live in Orono, Maine, which gets quite chilly in the winter! Temperatures are often in the teens in January and February. My husband walked 2 miles to and from work (4 miles total) every day and always found this jacket to be warm enough (he could also wear this jacket in more mild weather and it would keep him warm but would not overheat him). He did not need a sweater underneath the jacket to keep him warm. That being said, this is the first winter that my husband has actually owned a winter jacket. Prior to last winter he would merely layer up with sweaters and a vest or thin jacket. In other words, he is accustomed to the cold weather and has quite a high tolerance for it. But if you're the type of person who often feels cold/chilly when outside in the winter and really needs to bundle up then I wonder if you'd find this jacket warm enough. But MD rarely sees the frigid temperatures that we see up here in Maine so you may be just fine. Lastly, I would be worried about this jacket snagging on branches while hiking. The outer material is thin and seems very snaggable (seems to be the same outer material as the down sweater); but my husband never used this jacket for hiking. I hope this answer was somewhat helpful! Good luck finding a jacket!
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