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Patagonia Men's Micro Puff® Jacket

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    $249.00 BLK
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The best warmth for weight of any jacket we’ve ever built, the Micro Puff® Jacket delivers ultralightweight, water-resistant, down-like warmth with PlumaFill synthetic insulation–a revolutionary featherlight down alternative.

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It’s like down, only better—our Micro Puff® Jacket uses a revolutionary, feather-soft synthetic insulation with an unprecedented warmth-to-weight ratio. The groundbreaking PlumaFill insulation (65-g 100% polyester) is phenomenally light and compressible, offering down-level warmth that still traps your heat when it’s wet. A nylon ripstop Pertex Quantum® shell, with a DWR (durable water repellent) finish, blocks wind and snow. The garment’s design maximizes performance and minimizes useless fluff. Features: zippered handwarmer pockets (the left pocket doubles as a stuffsack with a reinforced carabiner clip-in loop), a pair of sleek internal drop-in pockets (made without excess, using the backside of the handwarmer pocket bags), and elasticized cuffs and hem.
  • Ultralight nylon ripstop Pertex Quantum® shell is water-resistant, windproof and treated with a DWR (durable water repellent) finish
  • Revolutionary PlumaFill insulation replicates the structure of down in a continuous synthetic insulation material, offering the warmth, packability and feel of down but with the warm-when-wet performance of synthetic insulation
  • Innovative quilting construction complements the insulation by stabilizing and maximizing the loft of the PlumaFill strands with minimal stitching
  • Center-front zipper has storm flap and zipper garage at chin for next-to-skin comfort
  • Two welted zippered handwarmer pockets and two internal drop-in pockets; left pocket doubles as a stuffsack with a reinforced carabiner clip-in loop
  • Elasticized cuffs and hem seal in warmth
  • 235 g (8.3 oz)
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Size & Fit
Model is 6'0" and wearing a size Medium Regular Fit Size Chart

Shell and lining: 0.7-oz 10-denier 100% nylon ripstop Pertex Quantum® with a DWR (durable water repellent) finish.

Insulation: 65-g PlumaFill 100% polyester

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Water Resistant

DWR (durable water repellent) fabric finish repels light rain and snow and decreases dry times. When DWR is used in conjunction with a waterproof/breathable barrier, the DWR finish keeps the outer fabric from becoming saturated so that the breathable barrier can do its job.

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Men's Micro Puff® Jacket is rated 3.0 out of 5 by 8.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great lightweight puffy! I previously purchased the hoody version of this jacket. Honestly, I was a little disappointed with how "thin" it was as an insulating layer (although it is probably equal to a Nano Puff Jacket). I had planned to pack the hoody as a backup warm layer on long (10+ mile) day hikes in the Tetons. My first thought was that I will also need to pack my Nano Puff Vest to get the overall warmth I desired if I happened to need to spend an unexpected night out. I purchased this jacket instead of using my Nano Puff Vest. It's only slightly heavier than the vest, but packs down smaller. It's also great under a ski parka for downhill skiing days (no hood to fuss with). So on long day hikes into alpine wilderness, I'll be carrying both the jacket and the hoody as backup warm layers. Together they will provide warmth equal to a full-on down jacket with the advantages of a synthetic fill and little or no additional weight or bulk (just more money!). By the way, I'm 5-11" and 190 lbs and purchased the large in both the hoody & the jacket.
Date published: 2018-04-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great travel jacket I brought the Micro Puff Jacket for a trip to Japan. It is light weight and packs into the left pocket. I was surprised how warm it was and water resistant during a rain storm there. I have 3 Patagonia Down sweaters and this is more warm. The fit was comfortable for me. I am 5-8 170 lbs. and bought a size M. It was a great purchase for me.
Date published: 2018-04-06
Rated 2 out of 5 by from So close I was pretty psyched about this jacket. I have the hoody and absolutely love it, despite totally flaming it when I first saw it on the site (sorry). I've pretty much retired my UL down hoody in favor of this newer tech – but back to the jacket. For me the fit is kind of a deal-breaker. I'm 6' and 170 or so, pretty slim, and typically wear a medium (or a large in the slim fit). I didn't find the body of the medium overly spacious, like some others have mentioned, but it was tight in the chest (significantly tighter than the hoody) and I could barely get it zipped over my neck. I didn't mind the collar height, but the disparity in height from the back to the front is a little weird. I wanted to love it, even tried it on twice, but it didn't work for me. Could be great with a few tweaks. If you are skinny up top with a bit of a pot belly this might be the go.
Date published: 2018-03-21
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Super odd fit I love Patagonia. I really wanted this jacket to work, I even forced myself to wait for the release of the hoodless version. I'm a minimalist, and I take pride in loving everything I own, especially my clothing. I was really bummed to see how poorly this jacket fit. I have tried on everything Patagonia, and have owned some of their best sellers and high end items over the years, and this fits nothing like the rest. Way too baggy in the stomach region and way too tight in the neck and shoulder area. The zipper is super stiff and feels really awkward. I honestly wouldn't even want this jacket if it was free, I would never use it because it fits so odd. I hope Patagonia makes the needed adjustments, I took this right back to REI who I ordered it from. Based on the other reviews, I know I'm not the only one that feels this way. Nonetheless, I know the new PlumaFill is gonna be a game changer. Looking forward to seeing it be incorporated into other products, hopefully ones that fit like the rest...
Date published: 2018-02-25
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Terrible fit This jacket doesn’t appear to be designed for humans. The collar is significantly taller in the *front*, but it’s not big enough to fit over your chin, so it just crushes down on itself instead of wrapping your neck. I’m 5’8”, 175#, size 32 waist - so, not a professional athlete but also decently fit. Instead of contouring to my body, the medium jacket is bag-like and just slumps on my body in weird places; the small hem doesn't have the circumference to fit over my butt, and yet is also too baggy and doesn’t follow the body. If you’re built like the Patagonia model then maybe it fits fine? Hope your neck is long enough! If you’re not shaped like a rectangle(?), you’re out of luck.
Date published: 2018-02-22
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Flawed I have had a Micro Puff hoody from when first offered and use it close to everyday as a carry layer for backcountry skiing etc. Was excited to get a Micro Puff jacket to use as a layering piece under other stuff including the Micro Puff hoody. But. If you zip up the jacket the collar is way tight! There is not enough room for my bare neck not to mention even a thin high collared underlayer. I am 5,9, 140 pounds and my neck is a 15.5 in a dress shirt so I am on the slim side of average. To me this is a huge design flaw and fully rules out this as a usable piece for either layering or as an outer layer. Fix this and you have a sale! Z
Date published: 2018-02-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by from More than expected There are times when a technical piece transcends its roots and becomes an instant favorite piece of kit. You can unmute the advertising hype for this new gem: the micro puff will attain a coveted status in your packing list. Weight: it really feels next to nothing. Sometimes you have to lose something to appreciate its absence. This jacket feels positively buoyant. Warmth: for its size it’s quite impressive. I felt it was warmer than a nano or fjord + wool LS shirt in windy conditions which is all I usually need 70% of the time. Fit: thank you patagonia developers. You could have gone with a more fitted cut but you didn’t. I’m 6’2” 178lbs (40-42 sport coat) and you nailed the Medium fit to allow this piece to go comfortably with or without layers. If you’re always unsure about a medium or large like me, go with medium. The arm, back and chest length are on point. The belly is appropriately generous, a true “regular fit,” but not overly so- enough to allow a thick flannel or fleece without compressing the insulation. Compression: easily stuffed into the reversible side pocket and comfortably worn under a fitted shell jacket. This jacket literally fills the gaps that other jackets seem clumsily tasked to perform. Style: in the mass sea of “technical” shiny down and synthetic puffy jackets, you’ll blend in smartly. This is not an “around town” jacket but I certainly could wear it daily in the northwest nov-April as needed. It’s comfort factor trumps fashion in my opinion, but in grey it’s slightly more innocuous than red or even black because of its sheen. Durability: This is a lightweight insulating piece, not a motorcycle jacket nor made with dyneema fabric. The stitching and materials are what you can expect from this solid company. No surprises. It seems to hold up better to light repetitive abrasions than the nano-air (I got pilling progressing to wear-through at the neck and cuff in the nano-air in 2 jackets) but I do take care not to expose it to unnecessary abuse like through thick brush or spelunking. Fix and repair as needed (unfortunately I can’t speak to how the insulation construction lends to repair but there’s an ironclad guarantee if necessary). I hope this helps.
Date published: 2018-02-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Fantastic Jacket I have been wearing this jacket for several months now and it is great. Very light-weight and warm and compressible for packing. A must buy for hiking and even casual wear. I do have a suggestion for using this material. Make it into a blanket. I would make it into a light-weight blanket for back-packing and other purposes. I am a Vietnam Vet and one of the things that was issued to the field troops was an item called a Poncho Liner. It was made of a lightweight material that served as insulation inside a military poncho. Event when wet it quickly dried out and kept you warm. It was camouflage in coloration. I have no idea who made that item or the material used, but that single piece of equipment was coveted by everyone in the field. I was in Vietnam some 3 years and I went thru several of the poncho liners and in fact brought 2 home with me. We still use them on camping trips and day outings. I think this would be a big seller for Patagonia. Google images Poncho Liner Vietnam War and you can find images.
Date published: 2018-02-07
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