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Best parka ever!
This is the best parka I ever bought. I tried to find a really warm jacket to wear in Greenland and decided to buy this after long reasurch. It was over -30 and I was still very warm. The jacket is also good looking, fits perfect and very comfortable. Is is worth every penny and I will have if for many years!
Just what I needed!
First time ever i am writing a review!The jacket is beyond excellent!I am 5.8 and 135lbs-bought size M/black -The smaller size fits slimmer but not sure if it will isolate that good if it fits tighter! -Finally a light and warm jacket! -You can freely move your hands, arm length hits just bellow my wrists, -the gore tex material is very soft ( not ... Read Morelike a stiff gore tex used for the skiing jackets), -It is a bit wide for me in the hip area( i wear size 0-2 bottom)but is not drafting air when windy! -You can wear it as it is or the down jacket only! Not sure if the shell can be worn by itself since is very big without the inner jacket! -And it looks elegant when dressed up with nice outfit! Thank you Patagonia!
Great purchase- super warm coat!
I love this jacket! The goretex outer shell is very soft compared to other goretex jackets I have plus the down interior feels so cozy. The jacket is very lightweight and fits true to size. My arms can move and bend easily in the coat- not stiff like some other coats. The snaps are easy to use and they stay closed and dont pop open when I bend over... Read More while walking the dog. This is a great, light jacket that keeps me warm in the low 30s. Highly recommend.
Fantastically warm, but...
I just purchased my very first Patagonia item, and I must say this coat is truly warm, as advertised! Truly warm. However, I was disappointed when I separated the shell from the inner liner - I just don't see myself using it as a 3-in-1 (three coats in one). I don't think I'd wear the outer shell by itself - maybe only as a raincoat,... Read More and only if it were not cold outside at all because the shell does not provide much warmth. I am afraid to wear the inner liner by itself because it is so very soft that I am afraid anything might snag it or rip it, especially when I get on the train to go to work. And, the hidden attachment loops are only hidden when wearing the two pieces together; if I were to wear the inner liner by itself, the attachment loops would be visible and look a bit awkward. I had hoped this parka would be the last coat I'd ever need because I could use it in three different ways - that was what had justified the high price for me (in addition to the fair trade and lower environmental impact, of course). Wondering if I should return it.....
We totally see where you are coming from and if you find that this jacket isn't exactly what you were looking for, feel free to [send](https://www.patagonia.com/returns.html) it back to us. Please also note, those attachment loops on liner jacket tuck into hidden garages when worn alone. Let us know if we can do anything for you!
Just got this - needed a warmer jacket than my Patagonia down parka that is wearing out from lots of use. Never would of bought it full price, but got it on sale. Thought I would need an XL (I'm 5'9, 195 lbs), but the large fits just fine even with a sweatshirt under it. Will be great for super cold days (mostly taking my dog out for walk... Read Mores in the frigid Nebraska Winter which is down to -20). And a bonus - you get a down parka with it you can wear separately when you don't want as much bulk. Nice! Between the parka and parka + shell, I think this can cover temperature ranges -20 to 35. The hood is great - totally blocks the wind and is nice and roomy. Wish it were detachable for more versatility. I think the bulkiness of the hood will keep me from using the shell all the time. I'll probably just pull the shell out when it's really cold and use the parka the rest of the time. Last comment, the parka is nice - but I wouldn't mind it coming down a bit longer to help with really cold days. It's probably a couple inches shorter than my Patagonia Down With It Parka and definitely tighter around the legs.
Bad ass winter coat
With living on a mountain in North Idaho where it gets COLD I needed an extreme level of protection, and this parka is up to the task of keeping me warm. Windproof (really important for me), waterproof and totally toasty -- I LOVE it. I have other down coats, so doubt I'll zip out the down liner very often, but it's nice to know that'... Read More;s an option. I won't be winning any fashion shows with this parka, but everyone will be jealous of how warm I am.
Size is a little off
For context, I am a size S typically, but I have broad shoulders. 130 lbs, 5'7", 34-27-36. I chose the S but was debating XS. For me, I needed more room in the shoulders but the S is huge everywhere else. Arm length was good, but around my waist, hips, and thighs the jacket is massive. At first I didn't mind but I realize now without... Read More the jacket "hugging" me it gets drafty up there and just flat out isn't as warm. I decided to keep it because it offers more warmth than the slimmer 3-in-1. On the upside, I will be able to wear this jacket well into my 3rd trimester when I become pregnant someday. :)
Very comfortable and warm
I got this parka for Christmas. It is very warm and cozy and blocks chilly winds. It keeps my core so warm that I barely have to wear gloves and hats. this parka is made for blizzards. It also fits well and has many pockets, which is great. I got the size S. I am 5'-3 and weigh 120lbs.
Great Dog Walking Parka!
I have a Vizsla, and so that means a lot of walking outdoors in any kind of weather.... snowstorm/ rainstorm/you name it. I love this Parka, esp. on sale! I bought the smolder blue in S. I am 5'7", 130 lbs and athletic build. Sizing wise, I was in between a XS and S...went for the S because of extra room in the shoulders. I didn't bu... Read Morey it to show off my girlish figure, so it's not the most flattering jacket but it still looks great. I'm stoked I don't have to layer much underneath when I take my dog out at sunrise for NY winter beach walks. I rated a 4 because I wish the pockets were wider and/or deeper and a tad thicker lining. My favorite part of the parka is the hood. It's so functional I never use hoods on other jackets because they are a pain in the butt. This hood is great for blocking coastal winds and harsh NE gusts.
Perfect for Chicago Winters
The winters in Chicago are unpredictable, so this has become the perfect jacket. I don’t need to layer up anymore with all of my other coats and sweaters. I just grab this and go. The fit is nice, it’s not as shapely as some of the other ladies coats, but I bought it for warmth, not fashion. And the color of beautiful, I got the green khaki color. ... Read MoreI get lots of compliments! Highly recommend over the other three in ones if you’re just tired of being cold all winter!
Finally a real winter coat!
Amazing jacket! Definitely keeps me warm and dry. I have always been interested in Patagonia coats but the deal breaker for me were the small hoods. I have lots of hair and therefore need a sizable hood. The frozen range 3-in-1 jacket was perfect with the scuba style hood.
Parka for winter birding trips
While I live in a mid-Atlantic state, I bought this parka for birding along the Atlantic coast in winter. Winter birding means a lot of standing in wind on the ocean edge looking through a spotting scope. I've worn the parka already and love it. It is extremely warm and wind-resistant. I like the length and I especially like the hood that prot... Read Moreects my face as well as my neck. The down liner extends into the hood and is very warm. I do wear a watch cap with it. The parka is "pricey" but high quality and I expect to use it for many years. I like the blue color and the subtle branding on the sleeve.
Needs Different Pockets
This parka seems extremely warm and cozy, and I love love love the snorkel hood. When you zip the hood up all the way your head and face are totally protected from the elements. Of course, I will probably get run over by a bus when wearing it because I can't hear, but that's not Patagonia's fault. I will say, I would prefer if it wer... Read Moree not 3 in 1. I feel like full-length 3 in 1 coats are just complicated and I wonder how many people really use the components separately? My vote would be for it to just be a normal, 1 in 1 coat. However, that is a matter of personal opinion. My complaint is that I wish the outside side pockets were much larger and cozier and more accessible. I find the pockets to be very small, and I hardly notice the "fleece" they are supposedly lined with. I think most people wearing this very large, warm coat would also be wearing large, warm gloves, and it's hard to fit gloved hands into these pockets. I would also lose the zipper closures (on the pockets) and the little protective flap things. They just serve to further hamper pocket entry, and scratch your wrists if you are going in glove-less. I vote for larger pockets, with larger more accessible openings, and much cozier fleece insides. Just my 2 cents.
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