Patagonia Down Sweater Review

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The Patagonia Down Sweater is one of those essential clothing items that most people tend to overlook when packing for a cold weather expedition. Comfy, warm, and lightweight, the Patagonia Sweater will probably be one of your most used items when outdoors. It features: – Superlight, windproof and water-resistant shell has high tear-strength – Quilted construction stabilizes the high-quality down – DWR-coated center-front zipper – External pockets: two handwarmers with DWR-coated zippers – Internal pocket: one zippered stretch-mesh that doubles as a stuff sack with carabiner clip-in loop – Nylon-bound elastic cuffs – Drawcord hem – Materials – Shell and lining: 1.4-oz 22-denier 100% all-recycled polyester mini-ripstop with Deluge® DWR finish – Materials – Insulation: 800-fill-power goose down – Weight: 349 g (12.3 oz) If there’s one Achilles’ Heel to the Down Sweater (and most Patagonia products in general) it’s the price. Most people will shy away from the 9 price tag with out considering the fact that it’s an item that you’ll be wearing everyday, all-day out on the road. If you’re gonna spend a lot of time outdoors and you need quality mid-layer for warmth, you might want to give this a look. Shop around at retailers and online for the best price you can.Special Thanks to YOUNGS BACKPACKING for hosting this review. If youd like to visit/contact them, they can be reached at: 2508 Telegraph Ave Berkeley, CA 94704 (510) 548-7463 youngsbackpacking@sbcglobal.net This

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12 Responses to “Patagonia Down Sweater Review”

  1. CE750 Says:

    Made in China…. meh. I got a Westcomb for $300 and it was made in Canada…

  2. wung97 Says:

    Rather buy the one from Cabela’s which costs approximately $100.

  3. Soldier957 Says:

    Hi, thanks for the review. Where can I find it for 169? That’s half the price of the cheapest vendor here in Sweden. Did you try it out yet? Would like your thoughts on how it performs in different temps and conditions. Thanks again.

  4. smithbeee Says:

    this isnt really a ‘review’, this is more of you just rambling off the specs of the down sweater.

  5. Xhendraful Says:

    What the freeking fuck? 😀

  6. doratheexploreraddic Says:

    i just orderd this jacket in the exact same color! thanks for the review, i wanted to see what the color was realy like. MUCH APPRECIATED

  7. AshesToStars Says:

    Rab’s Micro Light Jacket is much better and cheaper.

  8. bskalak22 Says:

    Which jacket would be warmer?
    Down Sweater or
    Nano Puff Jacket?

  9. jimbo9203 Says:

    good video. it’s kind of expensive, but it’s nothing compared to the heinous prices for arc’teryx jackets. though i don’t think arc’teryx has any puffies…

  10. icychap Says:

    How does this compare in warmth to the EMS Glacier Down Jacket?

  11. jumpthemap Says:

    The DAS Parka is thicker and is synthetic. However it will be more bulky so you’ll have to decide how much protection you need.
    If you feel the cold pretty easily (like me) you might want to go with that.
    Good Luck and Happy Holidays!!!

  12. steveo72990 Says:

    Nice review, quick question though;

    I’m looking for a solid mid-layer in my system. As a base I have a long sleeve type shirt and then a fleece. Would this or the DAS Parka be a better mid-layer? On top of that I would have, as you mentioned, a gore-tex hard shell. I’m looking to be able to go down around 20 F

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