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This will keep you warm for years to come. The down coat is plush and the goretex shell is very hardy. It’s going to have to be very cold before you will want to wear them together. I am 6,1” and 225, and in in good shape. I bought the XL and find that the downcoat is a bit tight around the shoulders. It would be hard to wear a sweater underneath b... Read Moreut it’s going to have to be crazy cold before you need to do that. The shell is a bit large. I highly recommend the coat especially because you get two garments that can be easily worn separately . It’s a pricey coat but it could easily last 30+years.
Versatile but not as good as standard Frozen Range Parka
I had this for about one week and came to a realization: while I enjoy the versatility of having both shell and insulation worn together or separate, the insulation is a jacket, not a parka and does not provide full parka-length insulation. It's not shown in any pictures but when together, the insulation will be about 5-6 inches above the bott... Read Moreom of the shell. I exchanged for the regular frozen range parka and sure enough that has full length insulation. I always wear a Medium in Patagonia, and at 6'1" and 156lbs, Medium is perfect.
Great for NE Winter
This parka fits true to size but a little more boxy and roomy than the down hoodies or other more form fitting Patagionia jackets and fleece sweaters. I wear size medium fleece, t-shirt, middleweight layer Patagonia, and measure 5'10" and 174 pounds. My down sweaters and hoodies leave me a bit chilly at < 20 F, so this jacket gives m... Read Moree a super flexible way to get through the New Hampshire winter: * down puff inner jacket for dry cold weather with more fill power than my warmest down hoodie, * separate shell for over sweater or rain with Gore Tex waterproofing, and of course * the combination of the too for city walking, sledding, and light exertion skiing or sledding with the kids. At first, T=the hood felt a bit complex and obtrusive, so I debated exchanging this coat for the more ski oriented Primo Puff, but then discovered the clever tensioners in the back and on the side of the down hood that allowed me to tighten it down and get a really nice fit with great visibility. Excited to travel with it to the Arctic Circle this February as my all-in-one travel coat.
I'm wearing it right now in New York City.
I don't know what Patagonia does for their staff, they are all nice. All the people on the phone and in the stores are professional as hell. It's a breath of fresh air. I bought two jackets for this winter in New York City. I bought this one and I bought the Grade 7. Everyone is telling me I'm nuts, the Grade 7 is only good if you&#x... Read More27;re wrapping presents in the north pole with Santa. I didn't want to tell anyone, I am actually going to be wrapping presents with Santa this winter for a little extra cash to pay off these jackets. Just kidding. Seriously though, it's hard to explain winter wear but I think I can do it. I'm speaking for NYC or similar weather right now so you can Google the temperatures. If you are hopping out of Uber's and subways, running into a building and not spending a long amount of time outside, this jacket might hold you down the whole winter. It probably will. I love how you can take out the inside and it’s like two separate jackets. I can wear the outer shell 12 months a year so that is awesome. During the day when it’s warm I take out the inside jacket and just wear the shell and that is in October in NYC. At night I’m rolling around with both jackets on. If you are spending a huge amount of time outside in the dead of winter, you might need to layer up underneath this jacket. That is why I bought the Grade 7 too. When it’s freezing cold, I think I’m going to need the Grade 7. The reason is that I don’t take Ubers because I don’t have the bread. I spend a lot of time at night in the freezing cold just walking around. That is when it gets freezing. To think that the Grade 7 will be too warm for that type of chiling, well, bring it on. I’d rather be too hot than too cold. When I’m too cold, I just shut down and I’m unproductive which I hate. One more thing, Patagonia has some sick (awesome) jackets. I love the Frozen Range 3 in 1. I’m going to mention one quick thing though. The hood blocks some of your vision because it’s bigger than a normal jacket. It covers you more too. When I’m riding a bike I have to take off the hood or really make sure to use my hand and fold it back for every turn. I still love it. You can the good with the bad. Late at night when I’m walking around I love the extra coverage. I’m extra extra careful when I’m on the bike but it’s definitely more effort than a normal jacket to see. A normal jacket you just turn your head. With this jacket you have to use your hand to pull back some of the hood for turns. Also, if you’re on a busy street you have to be careful. I think that is why they call it the frozen range and not the frozen city. Or the city storm. Again, I love this jacket. I could buy another shell and maybe I will and just use this down jacket under which ever shell I want to wear. Last thing, the Grade 7 is sick (awesome) too. It’s light as hell and warm as hell. Literally I saw the devil it was so hot. He said thank everyone for their souls and for worshiping him here in NYC because almost everyone does besides me. I can’t wait to test out my Grade 7 when it’s freezing cold. Honestly I don’t have a ton of money for clothes after purchasing these two jackets. That is why I got the Grade 7. Hopefully, I can walk around NYC with only a t shirt or sweatshirt and be warm. I won’t know until I pull it out. Right now I’m only rocking the Frozen Range. When it drops into the 40s in the next few days I’m going to pull out the canon aka the Grade 7. Last thing, Patagonia has other sick 3 in 1 jackets if you want more visibility with the hood. For example, I think the tres 3 in 1. I might buy it in the future too. This jacket is amazing, very high quality. Take your time on the website and if you have a nearby store go by there and try them all on when you’re not busy. Go on Sunday morning or during work hours so you have space and are not rushed. Peace.
I just received the Patagonia Men's Frozen Range 3-in-1 Parka (New Navy) and I was immediately blown away by the quality of this jacket. I'm an older fellow, and I've been struggling with the transition of temperatures as I've aged. What I've found is that previous down jackets I've bought over the years just aren'... Read More;t doing the job anymore, and I'd come to understand that all of my previous down jackets were still basically okay from the waist up, but what I now need is something that is thigh length and build to deal with whatever conditions exist in the outdoors. Frankly, I struggled with finding a product that met my requirements and I had been trying to find a close match to my requirements over the past 3 years. It was love at first sight, but it's expensive, but let's not forget that the is essentially comparable to buying a product that will keep you dry in any climate with two levels of warmth. So you're getting a lot more than a single jacket. Things that immediately impressed me were YYK zippers (in my opinion the only acceptable zipper for winter-time use because they rarely fail), 3-layer GORE-TEX, and construction that everyone who doesn't have one will begin to salivate when they are in the company of someone that does. Note that I'm 6'1" tall and weigh about 191 lbs. and I ordered this in a Large (L) and I would say that it's true to size. Now everything has at least something wrong with it, right? Yes, that's true, and I'm going to have to get back to everyone after I've had a chance to use it in cold weather as it's currently 90 degrees here in South Carolina in late September, but I just know that Old Man Winter is going to run whenever he sees me coming. I will close by saying that this is the most impressive item I've ever purchased in this age where poor seems to be thrown at us much more often than any of us would like.
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