Patagonia Men's Micro Puff Jacket
Save $34.03 (21%)
Keep the raindrops, slush and snow away with good, water-resistant protection.
As the temperature drops, seal in the heat and lock out the cold with a warmer selection.
Make sure you're covered on your next outdoor excursion with the Patagonia® Men's Micro Puff Jacket. The Micro Puff features a windproof, polyester shell coated with a Deluge® DWR (durable water repellent) finish. PrimaLoft® Sport synthetic insulation keeps you warn even when wet and reduces cold spots. The Micro Puff also has articulated elbows, gasket cuffs, full-length zipper and hand-warmer pockets.
- Men's windproof/water resistant jacket
- Polyester shell treated with Deluge DWR (durable water resistant) finish
- Insulated with PrimaLoft® Sport synthetic material
- Full-length zipper backed by wind-flap
- Zippered hand-warmer pockets and one interior security pocket
- Draw-cord hem and stuff-sack
- Regular fit
- Fabric: 1.7 oz 30-denier recycled polyester ripstop; 1.4 oz polyester mini-ripstop lining
- Weight: 16.4 oz (464 g)
- Style: 83907
Country of Origin: VietnamWeb ID: 13129467
Patagonia Men's Micro Puff Jacket 5 5
Very good value It is summertime right now, so haven't worn this yet...it will be worn in the fall and prolly winter and spring. August 6, 2014
Success! I bought this jacket a bit reluctantly mostly due to the color - green. Not only is this jacket super comfortable and super warm - been shoveling in the winter vortex so... I get lots of comments about why I'm wearing a spring jacket all the while knowing I'm the warmest guy in the crowd. March 9, 2014
Light and warm Light and very warm, it could have been a little bigger, it is so light and warm I still gave it 5 stars. March 7, 2014
all around great jacket I got this as a winter coat and was concerned since its not as bulky as some others or using down. But i must say i've worn it for short periods of time out in 10 degree weather and been fine. if you are planning to be outside in 10 degrees or colder for extended periods of time, then you probably want a thicker down jacket. Its still lightweight which is great. Only addition that would be nice would be a hood. Thanks patagonia March 1, 2014
first article of patagonia and love it bought as a early spring late fall coat for new england weather alot warmer than it feels in the store you can wear it out in 30 degree weather with just a t shirt under and be ok February 18, 2014
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