Patagonia Men's UL Down Shirt
Talk about multi-purpose utility, the Patagonia Ultra Light Down Shirt for men is ready for adventure. This superlight down top holds its own as a mid-winter layer, a cold weather aerobic top and as a standalone sweater. Regardless of how you use it, you know it looks sharp thanks to Patagonias classic styling and trim fit. Patagonia uses the lightest-weight fabric they have ever developed for down clothing, sewn-through construction and a tight channel pattern with 800-fill down. The shirts slim fit maximizes efficiency, while creating a layering friendly fit. The superlight rip-stop nylon shell includes a durable water repellant finish to keep away light precipitation, while the -zip front makes putting offers venting. Patagonia even includes a small stuff sack so that you can pack the shirt everywhere you go. Youll be hard pressed to find any other product that packs in as much thermal power with as little weight and bulk as the Patagonia Ultralight Down Shirt for men.
- Material: 7.5-oz Synchilla® 100% polyester (86% recycled) ¼ in pile
- Lining: 100% polyester brushed mesh with a breathable/windproof barrier
- Breathable/windproof barrier bonded between cozy recycled fleece on the outside and a moisture-wicking brushed polyester mesh lining
- Full front zip backed by wind flap; Y-Joint™ sleeves
- Quilted Supplex® nylon panels down the sides of torso, sleeves and collar-stand, reduce bulk; nylon spandex at cuffs and hem
- Zippered handwarmer pockets lined with a moisture-wicking brushed polyester mesh
- Hip length
- Weight: 502 g, 17.7 oz
Purchase the Patagonia UL Down Shirt for Men from Altrec.com. All order totals over $45 qualify for free ground shipping.
- August 7 2011
I like it very much,it is lighter than I thought it ,it is only 300 g.I take this downshirt within jacket,I think there very warm in winter outdoor sports.
- February 15 2011
better than the nano puff
great packable down shirt, warmer than the nano puff. Great base layer or stand alone garment, recommend more of a color selection. However, the price tag does sting a bit.