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I love this jacket. It's beautiful. It's my favorite color (navy blue) with an awesome trim color. It's also warm which comes in handy in the cold. One must look good in the outdoors. Everything is awesome - quality, fit, warmth, comfort, et. I wear it for casual outdoor activity - I sweat allot and it is too warm for me for exertion... Read More. Love this jacket.
Very light and holds well at 30F
It is my first Patagonia jacket. It is very light and warm enough for the PNW winter. I am wearing it in 30F weather and keeps me warm enough when I am moving around, if not walking, then it keeps me warm enough at 40F. When I transition indoors it does not get uncomfortably warm which is a plus.
Very comfortable and lightweight
Very comfortable jacket and Its pretty warm considering how light it is. It feels like it weighs nothing is easy to move around in but keeps me warm when its in the low 30s/ high 20s and windy. If it gets really cold youll probably need a fleece or something under if you don't want to wear a heavier coat or dont have one but I can attest that ... Read Moreit is totally wind proof. As a bonus, the beach browncolor looks awesome
The jacket overall is great but the moment you step outside in any sort of humid weather, it will begin to smell awful. This jacket smells like a wet dog and due to this no matter how great it fits, feels, and performs, its not worth it.
Hi Jaydevsinh, we're so sorry to hear about your experience with the Patagonia Men's Down Sweater Jacket. We want you to be happy and comfortable in your gear, so please feel free to begin a [warranty return](https://www.patagonia.com/returns.html) under our Ironclad Guarantee.
Perfect size, weight and warmth
Looked at a couple other brands before settling on the Down Sweater Jacket and couldnt be happier. The fit is perfect, true to size but not baggy and slim through the torso. Super light but punches above its weight class in warmth, keeps plenty warm even below freezing temps.
Warm jacket but damaged in first week
The jacket fits nicely and is very warm but less than a week from the time I got the jacket it started leaking feathers. Was hoping for a higher quality product that would last me a bit longer before I saw started seeing wear.
Hi Joe, thank you for taking the time to share this review. We’re sorry to hear your Down Sweater is leaking feathers! You may be able to keep them intact by pulling them back into the baffle from the other side, and then firmly rubbing the fabric with your thumbs to “heal” any hole that has formed. In any case, we want you to be happy with everything you purchase from us, and if you like we'll be happy to help you [return](https://www.patagonia.com/returns.html) it.
Durable Everyday Jacket
I have had my jacket for 3.5 years now. I probably wear it everyday from November till March and its still good as new. I usually layer it over a hoodie but its warm enough I dont have to. Easily keeps me warm in temps close to 0F and Im also comfortable in it when its 50. This jacket singlehandedly made me a Patagonia customer for life.
I own a Silent Down shirt jacket and its been a staple for my casual day-to-day Minnesota winter wear, but with travel picking up again for the holidays, I've been looking for a more packable down jacket to lighten the load during travel and I heard a lot of good things about the Down Sweater Jacket. I lucked out and purchased a 2021 version i... Read Moren the perfect size and color (Medium / Black) on Worn Wear. What I like about this jacket: it feels good to the touch as a standalone piece over a t-shirt, and is roomy enough to layer a hooded pullover underneath, and it is lightweight and packable. What I didnt like: the overall warmth was disappointing, and there are some pockets of the jacket where it feels like the down is either sparse or there is none at all, especially in the sleeves. I expected that a newer version of this jacket would have been fuller, so with all the pros and cons considered I think this jacket is just OK.
The Perfect Layer
Overall, I love this coat. This was my first experience with down and I cant believe I never owned an article of clothing with it before. The jacket fits great, its warm, and incredibly light. The only grievance I have with it is that the polyester exterior is incredibly thin. The day after I unwrapped the jacket, there were already little feathers... Read More poking through on the back of the neck. I hadnt even worn it outside yet so Im not sure how that happened, but I was able to manipulate it so they went back in. Hopefully, that doesnt become an issue down the line.
I spoke with a representative and explained that i didn't see any ladies jackets i liked. Asked what size men's if i wear ladies xl. He recommended a lg, and it fits great. Enough room to layer, important here in wi. As always, i appreciate your activism, and it's a big reason i support your company!
perfect at temps above 40-45 degrees with a couple of layers underneath.
What is: my daily driver during the cooler days and colder evenings. feels good, light, soft and a good fit. Looks good and easy to wash. The Patagonia logo messages environmental consciousness.. What isn't: the inside pocket zipper has a tendency to get stuck.
Why did I wait
I have several of the puff jackets and vest and really like them and they have served me well. I want to get something a little warmer and hoped more compact. I really like the performance of the sweater and think itll find a place my pack most trips. It feels (no proof yet) it might be a little light weight on the durability (my puff coat have had... Read More some run ins with brush, hooks, dogs, rocks, zippers, etc. and based on age and use field duct tape repairs worked okay) so Im going to carry some nicer patches to repair this one, its too fancy for duct tapeyet Looking forward to putting this through the paces
Warm but Feathery
3/4 STAR REVIEW: This is my FIRST Patagonia Jacket and wasn't sure how the sizing would go so I took a look at their size chart and measured myself. It turned out I was a Large. I'm around 5'9 by the way with a broad squared body along with a decent holiday belly I would say. I purchased this Men's Down Sweater Jacket since it w... Read Moreas promoted as a warm water resistant jacket. It had to be something I could wear around on a cold and/or windy day/night, casually or even something I could wear while snowboarding or skiing. Especially with the well hidden pull cords, it seemed like i had found the one. After a few days, I received the notification that it was left on my front porch. I was really excited! I liked that it was packaged inside a recycled paper envelope. The jacket looked amazing. I immediately put it on and began to sweat (which was a good sign). On the second day, I noticed feathers sticking out from the jacket. It was pretty upsetting because I had high expectations. The hole left after pulling out the feathers sticking out is very minimal and not noticeable at all but it's still a letdown. I'm on the verge between 3 or 4 stars but because I love the jacket overall aside the feather flaw, I left a 4.
This is a Thanksgiving gift for my husband. He has a standard shape can measure the clothes. This sweater has good material, but has wider breast , thinner stomach and shorter . I consider returning it if I can find another good sweater.
Hi Yueyuan, thanks for your comments on the Down Sweater Jacket. We're always happy to provide garment measurements before you make a purchase to ensure it'll fit when you [reach out](https://help.patagonia.com/s/).
Great jacket, runs small!
This is a great jacket for fall back east and perfect winter jacket for California. Very well made but definitely order a size up for men's and women's down sweater. I bought this for my husband and a women's for myself and both were too small in our normal sizes. His is in grey and is great looking. One adult son has the medium blue... Read More and a good friend the teal blue and all three look terrific!
Light weight & warm
I'm 6'0, 170 lbs. This jacket fits perfect. It is very light weight and warm. I wear it all the time during fall and winter. Fits good under a shell on cold stormy days while snowboarding. While hiking it rolls itself into the pocket as illustrated with no problem. It has a loop that can be attached to you pack with any kind of latch or s... Read Moretring system. Never an issue with zipping up or down material stays clear and does not get caught in zipper. I bought 4 of these jackets 3 years ago for my family and none of us have had any problems. Highly recommend!
Hands down my favorite article of clothing, ever. This is a wearable woobie. Only its better than a woobie. If patagonia made a down woobie, I would turn into a 13 year old girl who just found out shes gonna go see the latest (insert latest boy band here). I would flip out. This is incredibly light, packs easy. Its comfortable (for me) to around 55... Read More° if I am inactive, and around 45° if active. Actually hiking, this is a good option below freezing but you need to be active and moving. I regret not getting this sooner. I really hope patagonia produces a down woobie some day.
Great, light-weight warmth
I needed a light-weight jacket for cool and sometimes cold days, part of a layering plan. The down sweater jacket is perfect - great with a t-shirt on a cool evening or chilly morning, but just as versatile and warm on a cold day with a sweater or fleece pullover underneath. It's the perfect jacket - it goes with everything!
Great jacket for the foggy summers days of San Francisco
I love the jacket and hope it lasts a long time! Only thing that isn't perfect is the sleeves are very tight and getting my hands out is a little difficult. I try to be very gentle when pulling my hands out so the material does get stretched and age prematurely.
I ordered this for my husband for Father's Day. It fits in the body perfectly, I ordered a large because I have found that Patagonia sizes are smaller that other sources. this jacket fits like a Medium from other sources. Also the sleeves are too long but if folded back up the sleeve it works, but not ideal. In truth, I love Patagonia product... Read Mores and the responsible way they run the business, socially very conscientious.
A great all around coat
This is a great all around coat. In western PA, I start wearing this in September and make use of it through the winter and into early spring. The coat works well by itself and as it started to get colder I use it under a hard shell. It packs small so it is easy to throw into a small backpack or shoulder bag. It is my go to coat until it gets very ... Read Morecold.
Great camping jacket
I used this jacket camping in the early Summer in the mountains. Great to slip on in the morning when temps were low and when I got cold in the middle of the night. I plan on taking this jacket to the west coast as insurance for the cooler temps. Fits great and has good sleeve length. Bought the hoodie just to have the extra warmth from how great t... Read Morehis jacket is.
Great jacket or layer
A very nice piece from Patagonia. Really like the multi-color version - looks great. Sizing is little tough for me, I went with the large as I'm a slender 6'4" but had to return it for a M. The L was just too baggy in the chest, and the M fits much better. Could still be a bit longer in the sleeves but it's fine.
Warm and Stylish
I'm 6'1" 215. BMI of 27-30 depending on the season. This jacket fits comfortably around my torso and well through the shoulders / arms. I love this jacket and it does exactly what I want. In the Midwest you need something different than your winter parka to cover you from March - May. This is light enough to wear during the day when ... Read Moreits 35-55, and heavy enough to keep me warm if an outdoor dinner lasts past sunset (and temps drop to low 30s). It also really dresses up my sweatpants at the dog-park. While it is not a tech piece, it has a two-way zipper pocket that packs down into a little square - it was my only layer while hiking Little Si in the Snoqualmie area and totally exceeded expectations!
Love, benchmark down sweater
My wife took my size medium, which was getting snug on me so I bought this in a large. I'm now 5'10" 185 and it's the perfect fit/cut. Wow, what a fantastic and versatile jacket and amazing warmth to weight ratio. I wear this as my typical go to jacket in Wisconsin fall and winters even when temps get down into the 10-25F range.... Read More Below that it's a great mid layer. I have been impressed with how durable these jackets are even after years of use.
Amazing quality and feel
When I first got it out of the package, it looked a little bit smaller, but as soon as you touched it, you immediately see the level of craftsmanship and quality that you're dealing with. It feels amazing and even though the fabrics feel light, it's very warming. Great product, totally recommend
My first Patagonia disappointment
This is actually my second review of this jacket. Originally, I had nothing but good things to say. It was a 5-star product and one that I fell in love with almost immediately. In a lot of ways that made what happened next even more disappointing. I used the jacket a grand total of three times before feathers started to come out of the jackets seem... Read Mores (not sure if thats the correct spelling on that, I apologize if not). Strangest of all the activities I used it for were not demanding. I used it around the house, shopping, and sitting around the fire at my friends house late into the night. The day after that last gathering I noticed six different spots where feathers were leaking. I ended up taking it to the Patagonia store I bought it from and they took it for store credit. I'd like to point out that what I'm describing is abnormal for Patagonia's product quality. I have several other products from them that have preformed much better. I believe that I may have received a faulty product, so your experience with this jacket might be better. Personally, I'd recommend going with a synthetic option instead as I've found them to be more reliable. The ones I'm looking at now are the Micro puff and DAS light.
My favorite jacket
I'm now on my second Men's Down Sweater. The first lasted for a solid 9 years without losing too much down and still being warm and insulating; it never tore despite me using it for hundreds of camping, hiking, skiing and other outdoor trips. I still use that one, it's just pretty stained up and it's the bright blue, so I went w... Read Moreith a new black option. I always run hot, but something about how this jacket is so well made, I can wear it for a much wider range of temperatures than I can with other jackets before I'm either sweating in mild temperatures or cold in very low temperatures. I recommend this jacket to all my friends.
Jacket had holes where the feathers are falling out off. Looks like a manufacturer defects.
Hello Yency, we're sorry that the down was coming out of your jacket! This can be the nature of down insulated items. We recommend pulling the feathers back in from the opposite side of the fabric and then massage the fibers back together, essentially sealing the hole back up. If this isn't working for you, feel free to send it in for a [warranty return](https://www.patagonia.com/returns.html).
Warm, but weak
I love the look of this jacket. Its super warm, and I wore it under my shell when it got cold on the slopes. Thats why theyre getting 2 starts instead of 1 here. I also wear it walking around campus in chilly weather with a backpack on my back. However, this jacket is very weak. After a few weeks of just casual wear, I noticed holes in the jacket, ... Read Moreand I noticed down feathers all over my room. Im extremely disappointed with Patagonia here. A lot of people tell me how great and long lasting Patagonias products are, and so this was my first purchase from them. I unfortunately cant agree with these people. Its not like I wore this jacket through a thorn bush, either. Just from wearing it super casually, holes started ripping in the jacket and the down came out. I would understand if it ripped on a hike by catching on a branch or something, but I literally didnt even get a chance to use this thing for real before small holes started to rip from really basic, casual use. I really wanted to love this jacket, and I hate writing a review like this because I know Patagonia does a lot of good with the money I gave them. But this product simply didnt live up to the expectations I had for it, or the hype other people were talking about. I really hope Patagonia makes this right and repairs or replaces my jacket. That alone could add or even subtract stars from this review.
We're so sorry to hear of the disappointment with the Down Sweater Jacket. We also expect more life and use out of the gear we make, so this would absolutely be considered a warranty issue. Please reach out to our [Customer Service](https://help.patagonia.com/s/) team so we can get more details from you and guide you on how to move forward with a warranty return or repair.
Finally, I found my perfect jacket!
It feels like Ive been through every puffy Patagonia has to offer this last week. I was recommended this jacket by a close friend after complaining to her that I still couldnt find a Swiss Army Knife jacket. At first I was skeptical because I have gotten synthetic jackets for a long while. But, after using this for a bit I can say with confidence t... Read Morehat I finally found it. Here is whats good: lofty and warm, feels like a warm hug, packs down really well, colors and materials are spot on, quality is good (as it should be, quite an expensive jacket), is warmer than it looks. I have one complaint about this jacket. It doesnt have interior drop in pockets! Please Patagonia! Put drop in pockets in all the jackets! All in all really, really good. Fits me well although I am on the more slim side of things. I dont think you can go wrong with this jacket. I look forwards to having it for years and years to come!
Just the right amount of insulation
It's just the amount of warmth I wanted, typically use it for mid-20's to mid 40's kind of weather. At 5'5" but with broad shoulders, a medium is a perfect fit. A discreetly tucked in hood could be an improvement--the jacket that replaced this with had one which came in handy.
I've had a bunch of these over the last twenty years and I wear them until they are toast. Great for casual wear when it's pretty warm because they breathe, great as a layer beneath a shell for winter when it's cold. I prefer the older inner pocket with the horizontal zipper to the newer one with the vertical zipper.
Season After Season, My Go-To Piece
I have owned this jacked for more years than I know. At least 5, made as many as 10. It is a go-to piece for every use in Vermont. First, I wear in the house on cold winter nights ...and we get a lot of those in the mountains. I wear it out in fields doing work, out walking the dogs, hiking and bushwhacking, in the car, over layers of fleece and po... Read Morely and just about every place one can imagine. It is probably my favorite all around piece. It is light and versatile and warmer and more stuff able than synthetics. And it cleans up well. I toss it in the washer and then the dryer with tennis balls and voila, like new. Two years ago, I was shoveling snow against the house and didn't see a vent behind me. Rrrrip! Sent it to Patagonia and they cheerfully repaired it, not just the rip but a few worn places. I made a mistake earlier this winter, I traversed several acres of briars in a logged area and back again. The rips were big and gnarly and I sliced my jacket up in 4-5 places. I asked Patagonia what to do. They said, "Send it to us, we'll see what we can do." Like me, Patagonia likes to see stuff last as long as it can. Unfortunately, after looking at it, the folks in the repair department said it was "beyond repair". I think they were right. The time to repair it was more than creating a new jacket. But wonderful Patagonia wasn't done. They gave me a partial credit I could use toward a replacement. I ordered a replacement right away. Same great jacket, but I have to say the newer version feels a little more snug than my old jacket. This does happen at Patagonia. Same styles can change fit slightly over time. I still love the jacket, but maybe I will have to put the heavier fleeces on the outside. That would have been a good idea in the briar patch... Thank you Patagonia for my replacement credit and for all those years of service before and to come with the new jacket!
Sleeves a bit too big
I wanted to love this jacket - don't hate it either. The sleeves, towards the bicep area, are way too big. Wish the sleeves were a bit more snug/tighter. (Or maybe I should start working out) Also, the collar does not stay up, other than it, I like/enjoy it. Fits perfect everywhere else. It's Patagonia, so I get compliments on it.
My favorite Jacket ever
I bought my First down sweater around 2005 and I just replaced it! for over a decade this was a jacket worn daily in the NC mountains, it saw action as a mid layer when snowboarding, saw tons of miles on local trails, functioned great as my outer layer going to and from class or work ( when in college and after while teacher for the same institutio... Read Moren) and even looked classy going out for diner and drinks! I sent my old one in for repair as the front zipper had given out and some of the down had gone missing after an unknown amount of adventures. My jacket was deemed unrepairable so I received a merchandise credit for about 1/3 the price of a new one. My first one was black, I went with fire red this time because I had never seen another human in that color! I own a ton of gear from Patagonia and I have not been let down yet, what a great company; I will always support Patagonia as you really get what you pay for.
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