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Questionable building&Beautiful fabric
Hi its Tom in Maine, Often use this jacket and it uninsulated counterpart for skiing, splitting wood and fishing. Although its fabric is a game changing material in regards to durable, weather shedding and breathable attributes, the construction of both jackets let them down. When the wind starts blowing in Maine (both jackets are said to protect ... Read Morefrom such) there is no waist gussets, ties or cords. I wouldn't bet on adjusting the hood down either because both couplings that adjust it will likely be broken your first week having it. Luckily Patagonia repairs is handy but nobody likes losing an expensive jacket to shoty build quality.
Nice Work Jacket
Utilitarian, warm, unrestrictive, light weight. There are warmer and svelter designs out there but this one is great for work. Enough room while hunched over with a workmans build, most jackets get tight in the upper back. Radio is great in the open front pocket and phone in the flapped. Inside pocket secures the rest. The hand pockets are oversiz... Read Moreed, soft lined, can store hat in gloves easily. Hearing protection headphones fit under hood with just enough room left. Snaps are great for venting, don't see need for draw string at bottom, works without and jacket length covers bottom. Outside material seems strong enough, only one minor pull on an external stitch from supplier, elastic cuffs work well enough.
We're glad to hear this one is working so well for you, Nicholas! Remember that we offer repairs, Tenacious Tape, and warranty under our [Ironclad Guarantee](https://help.patagonia.com/s/article/Ironclad-Guarantee), so don't hesitate to reach out if you need it. Thank you for taking a moment to send us a valuable and detailed review!
Comfortable, Tough and Warm Jacket
I bought the Steel Forge Puff work jacket to be an all-around winter jacket for working around the house, to wear after skiing at resorts and as just a casual warm jacket. I live in northern California in the Sierra foothills, so it does not get super cold here - winter low temps are usually in the mid 30s. I do a lot of ski trips where I am dealin... Read Moreg with temps in the 20s after skiing - with some trips where it gets down in the teens. I wanted a jacket that was medium warm that I could layer under easily. This jacket fits the bill perfectly. I usually wear a big down puffy jacket - which was great, but it is kind of fragile with a very thin and light shell. I wanted something tougher and not as warm - I wanted more of a coat and less of a jacket - something that came down well below my belt line. This jacket is great - it fits all my needs perfectly. It seems very tough and durable, it is mid-weight, it is long, the hood fits well and there is plenty of room for extra layers. I could not be happier. I am 6'1" and I weigh 210 lbs. I prefer looser fitting garments - and this definitely fits loose. It is NOT a hiking or backpacking jacket. It is something to work in or to wear around town. It is comfortable to wear over a T shirt with temps down to maybe 40 (like this morning), but add a flannel shirt and my thin fleece and this thing will be warm down into the low 20s, for sure. Love it.
Excited about this coat
I'm looking forward to trying this coat during wintertime! Everyone's review was so helpful in my search for a new winter coat, so I wanted to add my review to help those also seeking and boost ratings. I usually wear a small, but knowing they run big, I knew it would allow room for layering. Lightweight, but felt immediate warmth. Great ... Read Morepockets. Fair-trade and Eco-friendly with synthetic insulation. Anything is a step up from my last dingy coat, but I hope this one will last me a long time!
Warm but not as warm
Warm but not as warm as a down jacket. The exterior fabric is much tougher and I feel comfortable wearing it to Construction sites and not worry about getting a snag or rip. Well designed pockets. I am normally a large but had to exchange it for a medium as the large was way too big.
a multitasker that's worth it
this fits a bit larger than most Patagonia tops which is great so you can layer it over a sweatshirt or fleece and have something good for teens and 20s or over something thin like a flannel and be good for 30s. I have pretty big shoulders and this is comfortable for me. great all around jacket. Would like a zipper with a pull at the bottom so you ... Read Morecan open it up a bit at the waist but other than that perfect
Warm, tough & comfortable
This is a tough warm jacket that runs large, just as the product description indicates as a relaxed fit. LOTS of room for layering compared to regular fit Patagonia jackets of the same size. For me it was not so big that I wanted to size down. Perhaps I would try on the next size down if I knew I would never need to layer. Overall the description i... Read Mores not lying when it says relaxed fit, runs large for layering, etc. I live in Tahoe and primarily use this for snow removal. I do tend to run warmer than most, so take that into account. I wore it with just a t-shirt in 24 degrees and was comfortable doing snow removal. I wore it with just a t-shirt in 36 degrees and was in a full sweat running the snowblower and digging out cars etc. A layer or two would probably be nice if I was just standing around or going to work or whatever depending on the temperature. I dont think I would wear this jacket if it was above 40 degrees, unless I was sitting around a campfire or sitting in a beer garden, something very low energy. The lack of two way zipper that others have mentioned is not a big deal for me. If the jacket was any longer perhaps it would be. I guess it would be nice to have, but no big deal for me. Overall, I love the jacket. I would recommend it to a friend. I would buy it again.
Warm and utilitarian
Warm, comfortable, and functional jacket. Simple design and been durable thus far (approx 1 month of ownership). Fairly waterproof. Quite warm down to low 30s, additional layering needed below 30 if outside for an extended period of time. Would be cool if they made an 'arctic' version with a higher fill.
Warm and Roomy, allows for layering
This is a great jacket for extended periods of time in cold weather. It is warm but has plenty of room for layering underneath. It does not bind or pull during activity and is super comfortable and light. Blocks wind and moisture. Great as an outer layer and works well under my ski patrol jacket which is a shell.
I've only had it a couple of weeks, but it's definitely the warm work coat I was looking for. Much warmer and better fitting than the Carhartts I've worn out in the past. In fact, I was pleasantly surprised by the volume of insulation. I would not call it overly bulky, but it's got more insulation than I had expected. I was comf... Read Moreortable down into the single digits with minimal mid layers. I noted that many of the reviews mentioned the lack of a two-way zipper, and they are right--that would be an improvement, but I don't find excessive bunching when bending over or squatting. Like most of the WorkWear line, it runs pretty big. I'm 6'2" and 225 pounds and a large fits perfectly. I'll update the review down the road, but the exterior fabric feels pretty study and smooth, so I have high hopes for durability.
Breathable, fashionable, durable
This jacket is surprisingly light weight for its size. When the mail man handed me a small light box I was doubtful my jacket was in it, but it was. Very fluffy and warm- keeps the wind out. It is very comfortable, I look forward to wearing it. Jacket has a great print on it, very stylish. I have received several posative comments about the jacket.... Read More I even got caught in the rain, I didn't get wet and after ducking into a coffee shop, the jacket dried within minutes. Steel Forge Jacket is a solid piece of gear. I am glad I bought one.
A "work" jacket that is so muh more
This may be considered by Patagonia to be a work jacket, but it is so much more. I bought this work in the yard when it gets cold, but it looks so great that I immediately recategorized it as a causual Winter coat. It's very lightweight but still quite warm, and while it is called a puff jacket, it is not bulky. For example, I took my dogs out... Read More this morning when the temp was 11 degrees. I wore just a t-shirt underneath and was just fine. Add some Patagonia layers underneath, and you will be good to go down to pretty darn cold. As others have said, it also bocks the wind really well. Put the hood up in the wind and your head will stay warm too. I admit that I have worn it while doing some active work in the yard (cutting up and dragging fallen limbs, etc.) and it has held up well without even a scratch or snag. The subtle gray-on black pattern is also stylish. My buddies who are Patagonia junkies are shocked when they see the logo over the pocket. When I tell them it's from the Workwear line, most of them say they have not heard of it! There is nothing about this coat that I would change. So, anyway, great job Patagonia, on another great product.
The perfect cold-weather work jacket
This jacket is a perfect marriage of Patagonia's work wear and their more traditional outdoor gear. It's super warm on cold mornings when I'm out feeding our livestock and the freedom to move prevents cold air from getting in. It's weatherproof enough that I'll wear it in the snow and wind for hours and never think about ne... Read Moreeding another jacket. Hay sheds off this jacket easily and I never worry about reaching over barbed wire due to the tough outer shell. Truly a breakthrough in work wear that has me leaving my more traditional work jackets on the coat hanger.
Great coat hurt by poor zippers
I was so excited to receive this coat. Its true to size and very comfortable. Unfortunately, the plastic pocket zippers are very fragile. I was closing the pocket zipper and the plastic zip broke in two. I am disappointed at the malfunction after two days of use. Hope to get it fixed.
Love this jacket
It's perfect for me. I tried on several different Patagonia jackets at a local store, all XXL regular fit. They all fit okay but would not have been able to layer. This Steel Forge (XXL Relaxed fit) is perfect. Not too big, but I can comfortably wear a hoodie under it. I love that you can zip or snap the front. The outside pockets are excellen... Read Moret, big, roomy and warm. I also love that it's not like every other guy's Patagonia jacket I see locally.
Best all weather jacket that I own today
I'm 6,2ft or 190cm (because in Europe we use the superior metric system) and had to choose xl because I don't want to short arms on my jacket. The fit is perfect, you can fit easily a pullover or a sweater beneath it without feeling feeling constricted. I use this jacket mostly for working outside and for hiking. Isolation against all we... Read Moreather conditions is superior. Above 15° of Celsius I won't recommend wearing it, too warm. The build quality is superior but I'd suggest to patagania to include in a refresh of this jacket a second inlay pocket on the right side. Besides this I strongly recommend to push the availability of these product line to Europe. I had to import this product through a friend from the United States into Europe. Local restricted availability are anachronistic.
Gotta knock it one start for the almost unforgiveable sin of no two-way zipper. This makes the mid-section bunch up weirdly when shoveling, shoeing a horse, or sitting. Almost made me want to send it back. Lovin' the incredible freedom of movement (5'6" and 155# the fit is roomy with room for layering). Very light but warm with well ... Read Moredesigned pockets and hood. Fabric seems somewhat durable and nicely water repellent.
Great Jacket with Layering
So far, I've been able to use this jacket while working outside. It moves well across the shoulders. It's a relaxed fit, so I was disappointed that it doesn't have a waist drawstring to help manage the draftiness (very open at the waist), the cuffs are not adjustable, and neither is the hood. These are 'standard' details I ... Read Morehave come to expect from a Patagonia product. I'm not going to return the jacket but I hope I can feel more confident wearing this as part of my daily work gear next fall.
The best and warmest jacket I've ever owned.
I learned about Patagonia workwear online, but couldn't find any YouTube reviews of this jacket, which was strange but I was intrigued. I visited the awesome new Patagonia store in my neighborhood and tried it on. Immediately I knew I had to have it. I purchased it online the next day. This jacket fits and feels so good. It's understated ... Read Morebut interesting looking. It fits and feels great (runs a bit big - size down). It completely blocks out any wind, and is cut with a slight tail to cover your rear. The hood sinches down and is very comfortable. I haven't seen anyone with this jacket and there is a lot of Patagonia running around NYC. I find it close to perfect and I hesitate to give it the 5 stars it totally deserves just because I want it all to myself, lol. Seriously, it's probably the best jacket I've ever owned and I have zero regrets. It's very affordable for the quality and functionality you get. Great job Patagonia!
my new jacket
I own an earlier nano puff H2No jacket which i love but very scared to get a snag as I wear it at work for most of the day (N.H.). I bought the 'new version' as it is supposed to be more abrasion resistant. there are several features that I miss in this new jacket: the two way zipper for more comfort while seated driving or walking, and t... Read Morehe inside mesh pocket which was large enough to put hat and mittens (or the mail..) into. Otherwise this jacket does its job when it isn't horribly cold.
I love this jacket. I bought it for work as a water operator in the Colorado mountains. It is so warm and breaks the wind. I have snagged it many times without it ripping. My only complaint is the tiny cinch clips for the hood have both broken off and popped the spring while washing even on delicates. Otherwise a really great and warm work jacket.
Hey there Michael! Thank you so much for taking the time to write a review. Sorry to hear that the cord lock has broken on your Men's Steel Forge Puff Work Jacket. Please feel free to either send that item in for warranty evaluation or repair and we would be happy to help take care of you.
Functional but peculiar appearance
The light weight combined with good insulation makes this a good winter work coat; the rain resistant material is a plus. However the coats exterior design pattern is peculiar-not a solid color but covered with pixels
We appreciate your feedback on the warmth, fabric, weight and features of this jacket. The fabric is a blend of nylon and polyester for strength and durability. What you're seeing is the typical grid pattern of rip-stop weave. Thanks for the review, Jon!
Great Work Jacket
This jacket is a good work jacket, very warm and durable. I usually wear size L shirts and jackets from Patagonia, size M fits perfectly with room for layers beneath. 4 stars because its missing some good features found on other Patagonia jackets such as the elastic on the back of the hood, and elastic or cinch waist.
Old so soon and smart so late
Hey! Really like the hooded jacket! I'm retired now and pick my fights a little better, but sure wish I had this coat in my 20's when we worked through the winters in northern Wyoming and southern Montana. If you didn't work, you didn't get paid. Frozen lunches in lunch boxes that rode in the back of the truck were part of the d... Read Moreeal. Grabbing a hammer and level rod instead of standing behind a surveying instrument in the wind and cold was a good strategy to stay warm when surveying mining pits, access roads and railroad beds. Helping neighbors feed cattle by hand with the small idiot hay bails was also a common task. The best features about the jacket are the hood and neck protection and fit (great design, good material choices and execution), the warmth for the light weight, the many well though out pockets, the windproof material, the snaps on top of the zippers, the comfortable cuffs and hopefully the durability. For too long I equated warmth with weight (not so) so it's really nice to have warmth without a cumbersome amount of weight. A large size was a good choice for me (6' 1" and about 195lbs), plenty of room for layers which haven't been necessary yet and room for tasks like shoveling snow and cutting wood. My only grump so far is the outer cloth is "noisy". Have to be extra careful when closely approaching wildlife cause they hear me coming (swish/swish)and spook. Maybe the cloth will become quieter with wear. And the earlier mentioned grump, sure wish this coat were available 40 years ago when I needed to be outside year around. I may provide a later review after getting some more miles and days in this wonderful coat. Great job!
This became my go-to jacket. Perfect for Northern California weathers, great for being out in the hills or walking the kids to school. Has stood up well on rainy days also. Looking forward to this jacket being the staple for a while. I wear a Large in normal Patagonia jackets. Ordered a large and medium and the large was way too big. Medium fits we... Read Morell while still allowing room for a shirt and another layer underneath.
First I want to say I usually size up to a XXL with most other brand of jackets so I can layer up properly. This jacket is great as an XL with plenty of room for layers. The jacket is warm enough to handle Minnesota winters (sun zero temps). I plan to use the jacket for work and casual wear. I would highly recommend this jacket for anyone who is lo... Read Moreoking for a warm winter jacket.
I bought this as a daily wear general purpose cool weather jacket, and for that use it is almost perfect. The materials, cut, fit and overall design are excellent, as one should expect from a premium priced product. But a couple of minor niggles keep this jacket from being everything that I hoped it would be. The lesser item is the elasticized wris... Read Morets. I would have preferred adjustable Velcro closures. I also would have preferred seamless shoulders. I worry about leaks in the future, especially when worn under pack straps. A more serious oversight though is the lack of a two way zipper. This may seem like a minor thing but it prevents me from using the jacket comfortably in a couple of very common (for me) daily use situations. I really like the longer length of the jacket. The one way zipper works just fine when standing, but when sitting, driving in a vehicle, or (all the time for me) riding on a bicycle around town, the jacket does not conform well to this body position. A simple two way zipper would have easily prevented this by just unzipping them bottom a few inches so the longer jacket breaks comfortably at the waist. Soooo close. Can a two way zipper be retrofit?
Hello! Thank you for taking the time to write us a review. We rely on comments like these to improve products for future seasons so we'll pass this along to our design crew. Also, we're sorry to say that our repair team doesn't offer alterations. That said, we'd encourage you to take this to a local tailor to see if this is something they could assist you with.
Really nice jacket, roomy where it should be, warmer than it looks, and sturdy feeling. Pockets are well thought out, good is nice and tall, but a little noisy. If you even think youre between sizes, choose the smaller option, theres plenty of room. Just what youd expect from this brand and price, and makes working outside in a Midwest winter a lit... Read Moretle less miserable.
Almost a home run..but not there
I use this as a work jark around our ranch. I use a lot of nice climbing-oriented jackets here with the horses. From the best of the makers in NA. This one is a wonderful jacket for weight and warmth. Pockets are great. And lots of them. Perfect sized, normal person, hood. Nice stand-up collar, just a little short. Love the cuffs. Really like the... Read More cuffs. Don't like there is no draw string on the bottom hem. Length is just a little too long to have it without. Could do with one in the middle while you are at it. Lack of the bottom one puts a distinct limit how you wear the jacket. Bigger errors made by the design team? (Like really? do you guys ever actually wear the prototypes? So we have to point this chiit out? ) The sizing is crazy big. I typically can wear a large from Patagonia in your climbing clothing. Or a XL is good if I want to layer. This one in a size large, is huge on me. Much bigger than a typical XL. I was wearing a micro puff and more under my jacket today and still had plenty of room. Nice if you need to layer but silly sizing that makes no sense. It is simply too big for just about anyone that orders their typical Patagonia sizing, and the sizing no way resembles your recommended size chart. The worst error by far that might have saved even the bogus sizing on this one this one...because I really do like it? It is the zipper. Mentioned previous in at least one review. Someone was totally clueless (and I know you have never actually worn this jacket because of it) to stick a single slider zipper pull in this jacket. I like the jacket enough to take it to my local tailor and the replace the zipper. But shame on you guys! My suggestion is give your "work gear" to your climbing team for R&D prior to production. You'd have a lot happier customers if you did. This is the second "work" jacket I have gotten from you recently. Both have major design flaws that could have so easily been avoided.
Hi Dane! Thank you for taking the time to write us such a detailed review. We're sorry to hear about some of the disappointments like the fit and the zipper. Your comments are truly appreciated as its how we improve things for future seasons. We'll share this with our design crew.
Warm, great details.
I'm 5'6", 155. A small fits well enough that I'm not wondering if I need to size down, and I know I'd be swimming in a medium. It's plenty warm, and takes layers nicely if needed. I really like the drop tail. I can get close to the ground and my backside stays covered. I appreciate the glove-friendly zippers and snaps.... Read More I would suggest tighter elastic at the cuffs - it would keep the sleeves off the backs of my hands when not wearing gloves. The pen/pencil pocket reduces the main pocket to the point where it's not useful to me. Maybe 2 internal pockets? Overall, one of my favorite Patagonia purchases. I picked up the matching windbreaker for warmer temps.
Good Overall Coat
I bought this coat for winter work. It appears to be well made and is functional. Unfortunately, there hasn't been much weather to test how water repellant it is, but it is warm. The hood is sized for fitting over the head, not too big and droopy! Only complaint is there is not an adjustable wrist closure which in my opinion is a complete over... Read Moresight?
Steel Forge, super warm, near perfect fit
Of all Patagonia shirts, jackets, I wear a medium. The medium was quite large for me. The small was a good fit but a tad small, but I went for it anyhow. I just moved from CA to Denmark and needed a good outdoor hiking/ work etc jacket. I love all the Patagonia gear, big fan of the mission, brand messaging and products.
Great, Durable, all around Jacket
I searched a long time for a good jacket that would last and was made ethically. This jacket is definitely durable and given Patagonia's reputation for making sustainable and ethical clothing, this jacket met my needs. I own several Patagonia garments and I like most of them, so it was a no brainer for me. It's not too tight or too loose ... Read Morewhich I have a hard time with because I'm so skinny. It doesn't look too "fashionable " which I like too. It holds up well to snow and low temperatures and repels water nicely. It's practical and works well casually and can withstand abuse at work. The only two cons I have are; the hood is a bit small, which I'm ok with because I don't use hoods that often. The other con is, I wish there was a drawstring around the bottom to trap heat in, sometimes there is a draft. However I remedied this and put a few button snaps on both sides of the jacket. Rather than send it back for that reason, I modified it to fit my needs, because that's how much I like it.
Light, warm and comfortable
I'm 5'11" and 175 pounds, I usually wear a large (my old patagonia winter coat was a large) but this coat was huge in size L, so I had to send it back and get a medium. The M fits me very well. Love everything about this coat, like the pockets, the hood, the fabric, the lightweight, and it is incredibly warm. I also like that it is h... Read Moreip length, and longer in the back to keep me warm riding around town. The only thing I'd like to change is I wish it had a 2-way zipper. Highly recommended!
I bought this coat for outdoor work, dog walks, and standing around in cold temps in NW Colorado. It is excellent for those things. I use a different down coat for cold days backcountry skiing. This coat ran large for me, mostly in the belly and chest area. Plenty of room for layering I suppose. Otherwise, it feels like it will last for a decade, ... Read Morehas nice large pockets, durable zippers, big hood. It comes in any color you want as long as it's black!
Bought this as my around the house jacket. Used it several times to shovel snow or run errands in cold temps. Definitely warm. Wish the waterproofing was a little better but I know its not really designed for rain or falling snow. The relaxed fit is very literal and I wish it was a little bit more slim in the waist. Still a great jacket that I plan... Read More to keep for many years
Great all arounder
Was looking for a replacement for my 30 year old Patagonia fiber fill jacket and finally found it. Windproof, warm but not too warm. Layers well. Deeper hand warmer pockets with wider access a plus as doesn't have interior drop in pocket. Great for layering for winter fly fishing.
This is the by far the warmest coat I have ever had. The only change I would make to the coat are as follows. 1. Make both breast pockets the same as the one on the right breast. 2. Add a second interior pocket just like the one now but on the other side also. 3. SOME VENTILATION, as I said this thing is crazy warm and unzipping causes the coat to ... Read Moreblow around become to loose, it needs some pit zips or something. Crazy nice and comfortable coat and I would purchase again if I ever need a new one.
Light Weight and Super Warm
This jacket is very warm and keeps the wind out! I was looking for something versatile enough to tackle the variations that come with midwest winters and this jacket did the trick. It holds up in 30 mph winds blowing arctic air, waterproof/quick dry in snow and sleet, and compact for stuffing somewhere if the weather warms up. It also looks classy.... Read More I was a little hesitant about the print but it works! It's the Patagonia quality but with a unique look that is different than all the other jackets I've seen. The only improvement would be adjustable cuffs to allow for more efficient donning and removal of gloves.
Although I've only worn it a couple of time, I am really enjoying this jacket as it has enough room to layer with another sweater underneath for the colder work days. I like that it seems soft on both the out and inside of the jacket but it has resisted abrasion against pieces of wood and thorns nicely. I mostly bought this for work and I enjo... Read Morey the warm hand pockets and the roomy and soft chest pocket which I store my glasses. After working on dirt for a couple hours, I love that dirt seems to not stay on the jacket which might be the DWR finish helping. Also looks nice for just wearing it casually anywhere. Overall very happy with the jacket.
Soft and WARM
If you are wondering, the fabric is soft and pliable. It is also very WARM! I ended up returning this jacket due to the extreme warmth. I dont live in a climate at the moment that sees very cold weather otherwise I would have kept it. It is a nice jacket and if you spend a lot of time outdoors in below freezing weather this thing is the way to go. ... Read MoreWould work great as a casual jacket or work/hunting jacket. Patagonias work wear line has such great fitment for me. My shoulders and lats are always begging to rip open the seams of most jackets. I have a down sweater and needed an XXL because of this. I have a nano stretch storm and a Pack in jacket in size XL. This Forge Puff I ordered in L and it was spot on. Size down if you never bought something in the work wear line.
Light,tough, and warm
My new go-to jacket. Kudos to the design team! A light weight, tough, warm, and amazingly comfortable jacket that should be able to handle just about anything you throw at it. Roomy pockets with zippers and snaps in all the right places. Comfortable easy adjust hood that doesn't restrict movement or vision. All the benefits of a burly work jac... Read Moreket. It almost feels like a lightweight technical jacket when I'm wearing it. It should be really warm with 50% more thermogreen insulation then my Hemp Ranch Jacket. Roomy torso and sleeves. I could wear it over my Nano Puff or better sweater and still have freedom of movement with room for even additional layers. I know it'll be windproof and moisture resistant. Excellent build quality. I really like the new steel forge zipoers. If you don't want plenty of room for layering I suggest going down one size. I really tried to find something I don't like about this jacket... I'm happy to say that I failed!
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