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Patagonia Men's Fitz Roy Down Hoody

$209.29 - $299.00

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Patagonia Men's Fitz Roy Down Hoody

When serious cold weather is in your future, the Patagonia Fitz Roy Down Hoody for men delivers the must-have warmth that you need. Patagonia gives this down parka the royal treatment so that you can count on being warm, regardless of the situation. At the heart of the Fitz Roy Down Hoody is a generous dose of premium 800-fill down and large baffle construction. Together with its close fit cut, the Fitz Roy offers true expedition quality warmth. The draw-cord hem, draft tube backed zipper, insulated hood and fleece-lined chin flap all add to the jackets incredible warmth. Patagonia adds functional pockets and a durable water resistant finish to make Fitz Roy a solid choice for cold weather adventure. The Fitz Roy Hoody for men is an ultra-warm down jacket worthy expedition wear.

  • Material: 1.3-oz micro-denier 100% recycled polyester ripstop
  • Lining: 1.4-oz 22-denier 100% recycled polyester
  • Insulation: 800-fill-power premium European goose down
  • Shell and lining have a Deluge® DWR (durable water repellent) finish
  • Baffled construction promotes optimal loft and compressibility
  • Lightweight, windproof recycled polyester ripstop shell is durable, and treated with a Deluge DWR (durable water repellent) for superior wet-weather protection
  • 800-fill-power premium European goose down
  • Center front zipper has low-bulk draft tube to prevent wind chill; fleece-lined chin flap for comfort
  • Pockets: Two micro-fleece-lined zippered handwarmers; one exterior chest; one interior zippered security; one interior mesh drop-in
  • Dual-adjust drawcord hem seals out drafts
  • Weight: 646 g, 22.8 oz

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5 Star Rating

Reviews

5 Stars csusbcpa - January 20 2012

Finally! the best of both worlds
My biggest complaint about puffys is that you generally need to have two. A light down sweater for cold summer nights (I have a Marmot Zeus) and a heavy duty hoody for winter/shoulder season (I had a Edde Bauer First Ascet Peak IV). This jacket fits my needs perfectly. Not to big, but not too small, Just Right! Light weight with just enough Puff and still very warm. I was initially leaning toward Marmot's Ama Dablam, but I wanted baffled contruction to ensure no cold spots. Also, Marmot is generally my first choice because their jackets fits me so well due to arm length. I can now add Patagonia to my short list of outdoor clothing.



5 Stars Snowgoon - December 15 2011

BEST JACKET EVER
This jacket is super warm and very light. I needed a jacket that I could just throw on for cold winter days without having to layer up. I do a lot of photography so I don't move around much. Doesn't matter this thing keeps me super warm on below zero days just standing around. GET THIS JACKET!!!



5 Stars Gearlover2 - December 15 2011

This jacket is awesome!
The fit is great... not too long but not too short. It is extremely light-weight so I'm not expecting it to be exceptionally durable. I love the fact that there is nothing velcro on this jacket. Not a lot of extra bells and whistles but just warm and well made with a great fit. Highly recommended!



5 Stars Jbob - January 13 2011

great purchase for northern climates
I live in Alaska and was looking for an all purpose down coat--one that could be used on very cold days around town and that would take the chill off during backcountry skiing and other outings. This coat fits the bill. Very warm and comfortable. Like wearing a warm lightweight sleeping bag, but looks much nicer. I appreciate the fact that this jacket is not nearly as "puffy" as other down jackets but still is a real heater. The fit is excellent. I am 5 foot 10 inches, 190 lbs. and the medium is perfect. Not too big and not too tight. Coat arrived right as a cold spell moved in and I have been walking around very comfortably. The coat is so light that I hardly notice it. My only question at this point is how durable the shell will be. Time will tell. Also not sure how water resistant the shell will be--but I didn't buy the coat to wear in rain and I expect it will shed snow just fine. Haven't had it in a snowstorm yet. My one complaint is that the jacket doesn't come with a stuff sack. A coat of this caliber and price should include a stuff sack.



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