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Patagonia Mens Down Sweater - XL, Green (Alpha Green)

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  • Item Weight: 454 g
  • Boxed-product Weight: 381 g
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  • Item model number: 84673
  • ASIN: B003UM7C6A
  • Date first available at 29 Nov. 2011
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 192,079 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)

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Colour Name: Alpha GreenSize: Large Verified Purchase
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews on (beta) HASH(0xa214221c) out of 5 stars 73 reviews
14 of 14 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa22be8dc) out of 5 stars Must have for skiers/snowboarders/backcountry/hiking 8 Sept. 2011
By CLR - Published on
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this is an anchor product for me. i spend aprox 100 days a year on a mtn, skiing, backcountry skiing, hiking & camping. either down sweater or my patagonia nano puff (use the nano when i don't need as much warmth) are with me all the time. light-weight, incredibly warm, & tough. it packs down small into the inside pocket, so it is easy to jam into a backpack & takes up very little space. when you are skiing or hiking, it is often too warm to wear. so i throw it in the backpack. if it gets cold on a chairlift, or after summiting, or after getting the campsite set up in the early evening, it is nothing to pull out & put on. so during a day of varying conditions/levels of exertion you can take this off & put it on easily. always staying warm. when packed into it's pocket it makes a great camping (or on an airplane) pillow. and if you are camping & find yourself with a sleeping bag that is not warm enough, slip this on & you'll be toasty. it is also the best item to put on after a long cold water surf session. warms you up fast. on top of all of that, it is great looking and good for just walking around town during the fall/winter. thx patagonia.
13 of 14 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa22c5354) out of 5 stars Instant heat, -best super-light jacket made 4 Mar. 2013
By Kinlash - Published on
Colour Name: FennelSize: X-Large
I have owned many down jackets by top manufacturers but this is possibly the best of them all. The heat to packed space ratio is truly remarkable. It packs incredibly small but as e sun goes down or the weather takes a turn for the worse, you know you have the solution in this beautifully made item. I have owned two, both with and without hood. My preference is for with if you can afford. Either way, you will always carry this in any conditions that you might need it because the downside of carrying it is so low and the upside of having it is so great. The amazing thing is how fast this little wonder can warm you from bone frozen toasty, literally minutes. This thing is made for years of tough use, it looks great and works as well as jackets that weigh 2-3 times as much which take up lots of valuable real estate in your pack. So, suck up the cost (or buy in one of Patagonia's semi-annual sales) and step up to this jacket. You will be glad you did on countless occasions.
17 of 20 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa22c3804) out of 5 stars Best down jacket I ever owned 3 Jan. 2011
By Newsy1 - Published on
I decided to bite the bullet and buy this jacket two years ago. I also bought one for my daughter for Christmas. This is hands down the best and warmest and lightest weight down I have ever had. The amount of down in this jacket is about what most down full length coats contain.I live in the mountains and basically use it for my everyday, running-around-in jacket. Patagonia really set the bar high on this jacket, mine is two years old and going strong. Most down is cumbersome, this is not at all. I have no idea why they call it a down sweater, it is very confusing and makes people think it is not a jacket. It is certainly the best warm jacket I ever owned.
7 of 8 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa22c3564) out of 5 stars Nice jacket, but fits 1-2 sizes too large 7 Nov. 2013
By GTSF - Published on
Colour Name: Forge GreySize: Medium Verified Purchase
It's light, warm, packable and made very well.
I really want to like it, but the sizing is way too large. the Medium felt more like an XL
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa22c384c) out of 5 stars Tailored for 2015 Style with Better Quality Zippers & Fabrics! 14 Nov. 2015
By Olaf Johnson - Published on
Colour Name: grey - Gris - Feather Grey W/Forge GreySize: XX-Large
This is a very warm coat for the weight & price. It will keep you warm down to the 25F to 32F. It is windproof but not water/snow/storm proof. With that said lets get on with the most important thing you will read before making a choice to buy this item. Sizing!

I've been buying these down sweater jackets every other year since 2009. The Fall 2011 to Spring 2014 down sweater jackets of the past fit much bigger than the Fall 2014 to the current Fall 2015 line does.

I'm 5'9" 155lbs and in 2009/2011/2013 style years I found the Patagonia Size Small fit me exact (like a normal men's medium 38R chest ) This year style the size medium fits the same way.

So for Fall 2015 I purchased the Patagonia Size Medium get a correct 38R fit. My only complain is that while torso is tailored to fit better with a tapered fit that narrows from the armpit to the hemline, which I love, the sleeves are completely untailored and baggy for the size. There is more fabric around the triceps area than I would like. You can see this in the Patagonia website pictures for this product as worn on the model.

Other changes are the zippers for this year's (2014-now) style is much beefier and more durable. The DWR-treatment and crispy-factor is much better on the outer shell. In the past the thin zippers would always snag on everything and the wispy outer fabric would stain and tear easily-which is why I HAD TO replace my down sweater jackets every other year. However, this year's zippers are much improved and the outer fabric so far seems more resistant to dirt (specifically oil and grease from your skin and hair) and tearing.

I also loved that they bought back the internal chest pockets in this year style and returned the "dual" cinch toggles on the hemline that you could now cinch from inside the hand pockets (yeah it boggled my mind why Patagonia used a one sided hem cinch toggle the last couple of years).
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