Patagonia Men's Down Sweater Full-Zip Hoody

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The Men's Down Sweater Full-Zip Hoody by Patagonia. The Men's Down Sweater Full-Zip Hoody is ultralight and ultra ready for those chilly hikes you've got planned in the near future. A superlight, windproof shell has high tear-strength and is treated with DWR (durable water repellent) finish to ensure warmth and dryness. A single draw cord hood accomadates a helmet and two handwarmer pockets provide additional warmth when used. Sounds to me like this Patagonia hoody is the real deal, you guys.

FEATURES of the Patagonia Men's Down Sweater Full-Zip Hoody.
SPECIFICATIONS of the Patagonia Men's Down Sweater Full-Zip Hoody.

Fit:

  • Regular fit

Fabric:

  • Quilted construction stabilizes 800-fill-power premium European goose down
  • 1.4-oz 22-denier 100% recycled polyester ripstop outer
  • Nylon-bound elastic cuffs and adjustable Draw cord hem seal out drafts

Hood:

  • Single-pull, adjustable helmet-compatible hood

Weather and Wind:

  • Superlight windproof shell fabric with high tear-strength has a Deluge DWR finish
  • Deluge DWR (durable water repellent) finish

Zippers:

  • Two zippered handwarmer pockets; one internal stretch mesh self-stuff pocket with a reinforced carabiner clip-in loop

Manufactured:

  • Made in Bangladesh and China.
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Patagonia Men's Down Sweater Full-Zip Hoody - When the sun dips and the wind kicks up, nothing beats the warmth of high-loft down. The Men's Down Sweater Full-Zip Hoody from Patagonia features premium goose down protected by a windproof and water-resistant shell. Patagoniaâ??s proprietary Deluge DWR keeps surprise rain showers at bay. Zippered handwarmer pockets keep your hands warm, and the interior pocket doubles as a stuff sack. This Hoody is further enhanced with a single-pull, 3-way adjustable helmet-compatible hood, a drawcord hem and nylon-bound elastic cuffs to seal in warmth and seal out drafts. Superlight, windproof and water-resistant, the Patagonia Men's Down Sweater Full-Zip Hoody will soon become your go-to jacket for chilly days and nights!
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The Men's Down Sweater Full Zip Hoody will keep you very warm and comfortable.
The Patagonia Men's Down Sweater Full-Zip Hoody is ultralight, highly-compressible down insulation or outerwear for cold mountain pursuits. The warm jacket comes with two pockets, one of the pockets can also be used as a stuff sack. The hood is compatible with helmets and has a cinch chord.


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The Men’s Down Sweater Full Zip Hoody, kin and king of the Down Sweaters, gets down to the fundamentals that crush the cold with the addition of a full length zipper and an adjustable, helmet-compatible hood. Ultralight and compressible 800-fill-power premium goose down is held in place with a quilted construction to ensure an even distribution of warmth that can only be described as divine. Time to get down to business! The ability to compress into its stretch mesh stuffsack pocket make the Patagonia Down Sweater a must when packing for extended trips into colder climates. Its durable, windproof fabric is coated with a water-resistant Deluge DWR finish to further fortify this fortress amidst rugged terrains when the weather turns against you. But if you’re just looking to conquer the concrete on a brisk winter day in the city, the Down Sweater does more than warm the soul, it emits a sophisticated style that resonates.

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The Men's Down Sweater Full-Zip Hoody by Patagonia is ultralight, highly compressible down insulation or outerwear for cold mountain pursuits.
When the sun dips and the wind kicks, nothing beats high-loft down insulation during Arctic days or desert nights. The Down Sweater Full-Zip Hoody features 800-fill-power down, stabilized through a quilted construction and protected by a superlight but tough, windproof and water-resistant shell (100% recycled polyester ripstop) with a Deluge DWR (durable water repellent) finish. Pockets: two zippered handwarmers and one interior zippered stretch-mesh that doubles as a stuff sack with carabiner clip-in loop. With a single-pull, 3-way adjustable helmet-compatible hood and a drawcord hem.


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A lightweight, windproof and extra warm hooded down jacket, Patagonia's Down Sweater Full-Zip Hoody is highly compressible insulation with a 100% recycled polyester shell; ideal as a midlayer or as outerwear in cold conditions.
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Also available for: Women
Fabrics/Materials:1.4-oz 22-denier 100% recycled polyester ripstop
Fit:Regular Fit
Hood:Helmet-compatible, 3-way adjustable hood
Insulation:800-fill-power premium European goose down
Material:800-fill goose down,100% recycled poly
Pockets:Two zippered handwarmers; one interior zippered stretch mesh, which doubles as a stuff sack and has a carabiner clip-in loop
Shell and lining:1.4-oz 22-denier 100% recycled polyester ripstop with a Deluge® DWR (durable water repellent) finish. Insulation
Technologies:[eFibers, Deluge DWR]
Type of Waterproofing:Deluge® DWR (durable water repellent) finish
Weight:430 g (15.2 oz)
Windproof:yes
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Patagonia Down Sweater Full-Zip Hoody Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

The perfect amount of down

If you can stand the constant questions from others about why you are wearing a "winter jacket" in the spring and fall, you will find that this jacket can handle a surprisingly large range of temperatures. I am comfortable to temperatures around freezing with no additional insulation, and I've found that the jacket can be extended into much colder temps with a couple layers. I'm on my second year with mine and have no complaints about durability. Sizing is always a challenge with Patagonia if you aren't anatomically "long." I am 5'8" 145 lb and bought this jacket in a medium because with an insulating layer the small felt restrictive in the torso. However the sleeves tend to be very long on all Patty products and this is no different so for a shorter person there is a price to be paid for sizing up. The leap between small and medium seems huge in this case (I am on the line and buy small in most inner garments and medium in most outerwear with Patty). My version of the jacket gets 4 stars because of some technical issues with the fit of the hood (helmet compatible means when you wear it without a helmet the neck feels too long, and the single point adjustment mechanism means the adjustment cords crush your ears). I believe the new jacket has some improvements in the hood to overcome this and might be 5 star material.
d9point0 at Patagonia on 12/30/2012

Great jacket for various conditions

I bought this sweater/jacket a couple months ago as my first Patagonia purchase and I have been extremely happy with the investment (yes, it kinda is an investment at $250 but everyone I speak with or that sees the logo speaks of the quality and durability). I have worn this jacket in all types of Fall/Winter weather; in a NYC rainstorm (dried relatively quickly once hung on a hanger inside), on a 50 degree sunny afternoon, and shoveling snow on a 25 degree night. The jacket is extremely versatile. While shoveling I literally wore only a tshirt and scarf under the jacket and was perfectly warm. It stops the wind to the point you can almost forget it's windy. My only complaint is the hood. Unless it's zipped up all the way it doesn't really stay up over my head if there's any breeze blowing. I mainly got the hooded version for just-in-case purposes, so this isn't a big deal, but maybe in a future version they'll find a way to fix this minor problem. I've gotten numerous compliments on this jacket and everyone remarks how it looks so much heavier/puffier than it really is. When I show them how soft, light, and thin it is they're borderline stunned. Overall, an excellent jacket which has quickly become my go-to jacket for the Fall & Winter months.
EZimman at Patagonia on 01/07/2010

Absolutely Love It

I bought this sweater last winter on a trip to Whistler. I functioned great in a wide range of climates and conditions from light rains, snow storms, winds, to wearing it indoors when fine dining. I took it as my only layer of warmth on a multi night river rafting trip. Day 1 our boat capsized, one of my dry bags leaked, and all of my extra clothing and sleeping bag got wet. Only my down sweater was spared. The first night temps dropped down to 30 degrees, and all i had to keep me warm was a T-shirt and this sweater….I was warm all night. I recently wore this sweater to a Christmas party with a bunch of doctors and lawyers. Everyone complemented me on how nice it looked. But most importantly is that it felt climate controlled. I kept my sweater on all night and I didn't get hot. After the party I went walking around town in 25 degree weather and still felt warm. Last but not least one of my cigarette smoking friends burnt a whole in the sleeve with his stupid cigarette. I sent the sweater back to Patagonia and they completed the repair free of charge so perfectly, you can't even see where the jacket was damaged!
Syperone at Patagonia on 12/13/2013

Quite Sweet, but . . .

I waited two years for one of these gems, because the colors are always out of synch with every other Patagonia thing I might own. Compromised on the Lava, but mine is the older Marsupial Pull Over. Which leads me to my "but" - BRING BACK THE MARSUPIAL VERSION. And make the Nano Puff in a hoody marsupial version too! The hoods are a must for those of us who hate hats and/or always forget the hat anyway. Plus all my Patagonia shells from All-time, to Rain Shadow, Slope Side and Sidewall, have outer hoods, so the combo of shell hood and insulating hood is perfect. But I don't want no stinkin' full length zipper. The marsupial pouch design is warmer, cozier, and can have zipper-less pockets for lighter weight.
The marsupial version of this down goodie is toasty in cold weather as a layer under a shell, or perfect for a few miles woods run in cool weather with just a single light long sleeve undershirt underneath. We'll see how the Nano-puff compares, after I do some activities in that. LONG LIVE THE KANGAROO!
Write to protest the extinction of Patagonia Marsupials! (Really, a Special Edition clear down sweater, but NO MARSUPIALS! Sacre Bleu!)
TheEnigma at Patagonia on 11/11/2010
I have always been a fan of down, but was originally concerned that this piece may be too warm for all but the coldest days I spend on the water as a Steelhead guide. I took the chance and got the piece believing it would be good to have regardless and can tell you that it was the best thing I could have purchased. I am extremely pleased with this piece and wear it everywhere including the river. I am a believer in hoods and buy the hooded option at every chance...again, great decision! I have clients all the time who wear the regular down sweater full zip and they are envious of my hood. On cold windy days, this thing is a day saver!!! The sweater stops wind dead in it's tracks, keeps you warm in the coldest temps and has been very comfortable (breathing well) up to temps around 50 degrees. To me, that is an amazingly well rounded piece of gear that everyone should have the chance to experience! No doubt this is a must have and I will buy another without question!!!
at OutdoorPlay.com on 07/10/2012

Would You Expect Anything Less?

I got this as a gift from my better half.I originally wanted the one without a hood.The color I wanted was Rockwall. It was on backorder so i went for the hooded version.First the color is a funky (in a good way) shade of gray.I'm 5'8" and 180 lbs.A medium fits me perfect,room for a layer or two,but you won't need it.It is warm,light, and comfy. Did i say warm and light? I own alot of Patagonia stuff.I bought a wetsuit as soon as they came out.Even though it was a bit pricey.My father always told me to buy the best.The products that Patagonia puts out are unique,eco-friendly,cutting edge,and simply the best that money can buy.The down sweater is a prime example of this.I don't no how they can make products that are so simplistic and basic,and at the same time be at the forefront of technology.I still want to get another without the hood.Buy it. With hood, without.....Buy it.
Anonymous at Patagonia on 01/17/2011

Really warm & wind resistant

Yesterday I reached the mountain to find that I had forgotten my shell and only had the down sweater hoody to protect me from the elements. It was a rather cold day with wind chill well below 0 Celsius and I was looking at a 500 m climb up to 2,800 m asl. With only a lightweight Capeline T-shirt and a Capeline 3 Crew as base layers, I put on the hoody and hoped that I would not freeze. On the climb up, I kept the hoody 3/4 unzipped for ventilation and when I reached the top zipped it up all the way and donned the hood. Skiing down over wind-swepped crusty snow the hoody kept me nice and warm. To my surprise, the whole day the hoody with the base layers out performed my Gore-Tex Pro shell/fleece pullover combo that was my previous standard. This is a jacket that I will never forget to take with me.
nbruno at Patagonia on 02/15/2010

Worth Every Penny

I purchased this jacket two weeks ago, and I have to say, it's the best piece of clothing I've ever owned. Super lightweight, as warm as you need it to be, and so versatile. I was skeptical at first feeling how light and delicate it seems, but after a couple stiff days this jacket proved its the real deal. I bought it as an insulation piece so I sized down. I'm 6'2 and a lean 200lbs and I went with medium. The large felt a bit loose to be comfortable under a shell, but then again I like my clothes to fit a bit closer to the body. Definitely go with the hoody, the added warmth is worth the extra $50. Haven't used it in the rain, but wet snow was no problem for it. This piece will be a mainstay for me as long as they keep making it.
Pointer at Patagonia on 01/31/2012

Get the hood, it's worth the extra $50!!!

I live where it's warm for most of the year, and as such, I've lost my taste for the cold. Knowing I had to travel northward for the holidays, I needed a coat that could stand up to 20-degree days and look presentable. Enter the down sweater. It's not too bulky, looks dignified in an understated kinda way, and is hella warm. The best feature of the jacket is the hood. It's always there when you need it (unlike a hat) and it snugs around your head in that typical Patagonia-hood kinda way so it actually moves with you when you turn your head. The hood was so warm and welcome that sometimes I didn't want to take it off. Do yourself a favor and spend the extra $50 to get the hood if you're thinking about the down sweater.
Anonymous at Patagonia on 01/14/2011

One of Patagonia's best product

To me, Patagonia's 3 best product lines are the Capilenes, R fleece and the down series. Out of all these, think the down sweater is the best in terms of design and quality. The down sweater is very light, warm and practical. I wore this for my European tour during the previous winter. I used it as both the mid layer as well as the outer later. It serves the purpose perfectly. The only downside is the sizing. I suggest that you try out a real one before ordering. I typically wear size M for capilenes, R1 and R3. But for the down sweater I have to wear either a XS or S. I definitely recommend the hoody version. It's warmer when you need it. And the styling is better even when you are not putting on the hood.
fchai at Patagonia on 08/28/2012

Negative Reviews:

Not warm

I am usually "hot" all the time and rarely need a heavy jacket during a typical Pennsylvania winter. I had to second guess that after wearing this jacket for a winter. My typical t-shirt and sweater under my jacket couldn't cut it with this jacket, I was cold all the time. One day my gf and I spent a day outside in January and she had a cheap down jacket from a department store and I had this one and she was toasty all day and I was freezing. Already has 2 rips in it, soaks rain/snow up like a sponge. Thinking of returning it, very unhappy, crazy expensive for the quality.
JonnyTheRipper at Patagonia on 09/17/2013

A tear on the first day

This jacket is as advertised, light and highly compressible. It is very warm and does well in the wind. However, it already has a tear in the front from the first time I wore it. I could understand if this happened because of a branch snag, etc. It happened right in front of the pocket from the friction of my pack's hip strap. Now I have the signature climbers down coat with the duct tape patch. The picture shows a smaller tear that is about half the size of the one under the tape.
cmac04 at Patagonia on 03/25/2011

zippers are awful

Returned 3x due to exact same location of a stuck zipper.
bobm at Patagonia on 06/01/2013

Neutral Reviews:

Good Product, Not for Me

In an effort to find a winter down jacket, I decided to try the down sweater based on several recommendations from friends. It fit well, but when I went outside to walk my dog in 37 degree weather with a slight breeze, I could feel the wind, and was disappointed at how cold I felt inside. As this clearly was not going to work for me for winter, I returned the jacket. My friends love theirs, but not warm enough for what I was looking for.
cheechicago at Patagonia on 03/21/2012

Warm but not durable

I purchased this top a month ago, I wear it most days at work on the hill, it is very warm, light and packs down to almost nothing, however, around the collar it is already starting to fray. I could understand if I had a beard or stubble, but I am clean shaven.
loveskiing at Patagonia on 01/21/2013

nice but...

all over very nice. but whyt not 850 Down, and the hood is poor when using climbing helm
doller14 at Patagonia on 09/30/2010