Patagonia Men's Primo Down Jacket

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Patagonia Men's Primo Down Jacket

Taking on the deep-freeze temperatures of 'The Ridge' in the Bridger Bowl backcountry, the Patagonia Men's Primo Down Jacket slays the elements. This ultra-warm, waterproof jacket that is powered by premium 700-fill European goose down insulation challenges the coldest lift ride, the deepest cold smoke powder, and farthest outpost of terrain. A bomber design in 2-layer GORE-TEX Performance fabric with added DWR (Durable Water Repellent) treatment, this down jackets welded seam technology throughout reduces weight, improves wet-weather performance, and provides a soft, packable package. Patagonia's warmest, most durable insulated hard-shell jacket for riding in the roughest, coldest conditions, the Primo Down Jacket features pit zips to quickly dump excess heat form a 'Ridge' crossing. Its Optimal Visibility Hood that is helmet-compatible and 2-way adjustable with a laminated visor, is complimented with Touch Point System embedded cord locks for easy adjustability. Performance details include a fully featured, removable powder skirt with webbing loops that attach to any Patagonia Ski/Snowboard pants, two handwarmer pockets, two chest pockets, and one bicep and interior pocket for stashing essential. Slim Zips throughout the jacket (pockets, pit zips and center-front) are watertight and laminated to reduce bulk. When hitting Bridger backcountry, big-mountain skiers and riders who need the ultimate warmth and weather protection rely on the Patagonia Men's Primo Down Jacket.

  • Fabric: shell: 2-layer GORE-TEX® Performance, 100% recycled nylon; 4.3-oz 70-denier
  • DWR (durable water repellent) finish
  • Lining: 100% recycled polyester mini-ripstop, 1.4-oz 20-denier
  • Insulation: 700-fill-power premium European goose down
  • Powder skirt: 2-oz 100% polyester plain weave
  • Helmet-compatible
  • 2-way-adjustable hood with laminated visor for optimal visibility in bad conditions
  • Drop collar protects neck and face, even with the hood down
  • Touch Point System embeds cord locks in the hood and hem to offer quick adjustability and seal out snow (patented)
  • Slim Zip installation with watertight coated zippers for reduced zipper bulk and weight
  • Pit zips quickly release heat
  • Pleated gusset comfortably secures cuff, over or under gloves, with less bulk
  • Removable powder skirt is adjustable and fully featured
  • Webbing loops connect to any Patagonia® Ski/Snowboard Pants to keep the snow out and the skirt down
  • Pockets: Two handwarmers, two chest, one bicep, one interior drop-in, one interior zippered pocket with key clip, and secure media pocket with cable routing
  • Weight: 1100 g, 38.8 oz

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5 Star Rating


5 Stars Dingiswayo - February 13 2012

You get what you pay for
This is clearly a high quality jacket. I have worn it skiing in the East twice, once on a 15 degree day, once on a 30 degree day. No problems. I am 6'1", size 42 jacket, 175 lbs. I bought a medium and it is plenty big. Arms easily long enough, almost too long. A couple of notes: (1) There is no designed hook for lift tickets. It's easy enough to improvise with the zippers, but if you have a season pass you want to leave on (like me), you might miss this feature. (2) this might be obvious, but the hood does not detatch. fits nicely over helmet, and not bothersome when left down. Overall, I'm very happy with this purchase, and expect the jacket to be durable.

5 Stars cksdnr - February 5 2012

I love this jacket. The green color inside is good with brown. Though the sleeves are longer than I expected, the other things are great!!! I absolutely recommend this item.

5 Stars capilenelover1 - January 19 2012

Heart of winter
Have worn my Primo jacket twice. Took an evening walk, 29F with no wind, perfectly comfortable. Today after errands took a 30 minute 2PM walk in -3F temp with a -20 windchill. Expedition weight capilene under jeans kept my legs warm. Upper base layer was cap4 shirt under marmot windstopper vest. The pant skirt sealed the waist well and the tall collar/permanent hood sealed the neck from any wind entry. Would have preferred an R4 jacket instead of the vest as an underlayer, especially for extended cold weather use or inactive periods. The jacket is incredibly light weight and has no bulk making ease of movement simple. Only problem is due to zipper memory where folded in packaging at the neck base. Difficult to pass that spot going up or down, may ease with use.

5 Stars sshelly - December 20 2011

M's Primo Down Fall 2011
Purchased this jacket after coming from being an avid North Face fan. I could not be happier. I truly believe that Patagonia's quality and workmanship is SUPERIOR. This jacket is LIGHT WEIGHT yet WARM, WARM, WARM! We live in the Northeast and get Lake Effect wind and snow. This jacket stops both. The exterior is super strong and can take a ton of abuse. The down is light-weight, but 800+ quality! If you are thinking about spending the money, don't hesitate. It is worth every penny! Buy once. Cry once. Buy right. As with most things in life, you get what you pay for. This jacket will certainly last years to come! I previously owned a 2010 model and didn't like the shorter sleeves. I am 6'2" and 185lbs. I have a 43inch chest and prefer sleeves 37 inches long. I HATE when my sleeves are too SHORT . Patagonia listened to is customers and the 2011 model has 1.5inches of extra length in the sleeves (the model I purchased). I LOVE IT!

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