Whether you're hitting the backwoods for some cold weather camping or throwing on your cross-country skis for a day on the trails - The Patagonia Down Sweater Hoody will help cover all the bases. An 800-fill-power traceable goose down is stabilized through a quilted construction; and protected by a windproof, 100% recycled polyester ripstop shell with a DWR finish for maximum protection in inclement weather. The Down Sweater Hoody features a contoured fit with an adjustable hem, nylon-bound elastic cuffs and a single-pull adjustable hood for added protection from the elements. Center-front Vislon Zipper has a wicking interior storm flap ensuring no moisture seeps in, and two secure handwamer pockets with Vislon Zippers and garages are perfect for holding small items. This jacket also features an interior chest pocket that doubles as a stuff sack and features a carabiner clip-in loop for minimalist packing and storage.
100% Recycled Polyester Ripstop with DWR (Durable Water Repellant) Finish
800-Fill-Power Traceable Goose Down
Contoured Fit has a Longer-Length Hem; Narrow Horizontal Quilt Lines on Side Panel
Single-Pull Adjustable Hood; Center-Front Vislon Zipper has Wicking Interior Storm Flap and Zipper Garage at Chin for Next-to-Skin Comfort
Two Secure Handwarmer Pockets have Vislon Zippers and Garages; Internal Zippered Chest Pocket Converts to a Stuff Sack w/Carabiner Clip-In Loop
Comfortable Nylon-Bound Elastic Cuffs Seal in Warmth
Hem Adjusts by Pulling Cord in Handwarmer Pockets and Releases with Cord Locks at Front Hem
I have this in both hooded and not hooded. I wear the hooded one around town as an outer layer in spring and fall, and cool summer nights. This is my go to jacket to pack for a hike as it is the best warmth for the weight of any of my mid layers (it's also my pick to take on a plane). It's an attractive, flattering fit. I'm 5' 03", 130 lbs, 34 C with slightly broad shoulders and a small fits me perfectly.