Is the Patagonia Down Sweater waterproof?

Is the Patagonia Down Sweater good for winter?

In reviewing the jacket’s insulating ability, Jennifer T. writes, “I wore this during the fall of Toronto’s winter, where it can swing +/- 10 degrees between the AM and PM and this works perfectly well. Keeps you warm when it’s cold outside or it’ll regulate and not be as warm if it’s warm outside. Looks good too.”

Does Patagonia use hydrophobic down?

This jacket is only designed to be water-resistant, not waterproof so when the rain gets heavier it will soak through the jacket relatively quickly. The down in this jacket is not hydrophobic and will clump when it gets wet which greatly reduces the warmth.

Can you wear Patagonia in the rain?

The Patagonia Torrentshell outperformed all the other jackets we tested in key areas. It’s ridiculously waterproof and will keep you bone-dry in the worst rain, not to mention it’s extremely breathable, durable and comes with Patagonia’s lifetime Ironclad Guarantee.

Which Patagonia jacket is the warmest?

Hi-Loft Down Hoody is the warmest Patagonia’s down hoodies and jackets get (although there are warmer parkas). However, that doesn’t mean that it’s the best option for all of you. Because there are other factors (packability, overheating, durability, etc) than warmth.

Are Patagonia Coats good?

If you want to purchase a durable, well-made jacket and also want the clear conscience of having affected the environment as little as possible while doing so, then a Patagonia jacket is most certainly worth the price. Their jackets perform flawlessly and it’s very hard to be disappointed by any of them.

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Are Patagonia jackets durable?

The Patagonia Nano Puff Hoody is mega-classic, durable, and stylish. It’s been around forever and is simple, layers well, and packs into its own pocket; however, many of its newer competitors are a bit lighter and warmer.

Where are Patagonia Down Jackets made?

We make our products all over the world, including China, which has been rightly and roundly criticized for all sorts of shortcom- ings. China is not alone in this regard. Some of the other countries we work in also have poor to mixed records for protecting the environment and workers’ rights.