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    Patagonia Down Sweater Jacket

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    Product Description

    Patagonia Men's Down Sweater is an ultralight jacket with highly compressible down insulation and a windproof shell for cold mountain pursuits. There's much to see 14,000 feet up at the Chasm View bivy: a vertigo inducing panorama of the Diamond and alpenglow over the Rockies. There's also chilly air in any season, and that's where our Down Sweater comes in. It delivers minimal weight, superb compressibility and high loft warmth. The ripstop shell (1.4-oz 22-denier) with a DWR - durable water repellent finish does more than look sharp: It's tear resistant and windproof and made from 100% all recycled polyester. Details include top quality 800 fill-power goose down, a quilted through construction, two exterior zippered pockets, a stretch mesh interior chest pocket that doubles as a zippered stuff sack and a carbiner clip in loop. Drawcord hem.

    Patagonia Men's Down Sweater Features:

    • Superlight, windproof and water resistant shell has high tear strength
    • Quilted construction stabilizes premium 800 fill-power goose down
    • External pockets: two zippered handwarmers
    • Internal pocket: one zippered stretch mesh that doubles as a stuff sack with carbiner clip- n loop
    • Nylon bound elastic cuffs
    • Drawcord hem
    • Shell and lining: 1.4 oz 22 denier 100% all recycled polyester ripstop with a Deluge DWR durable water repellent finish
    • Insulation: 800 fill-power premium European goose down
    • 343 g (12.1 oz)
    • Made in China

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    "Mack's has always been a reliable and economical resource for all my hunting needs." Feb 2016