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Puff Jacket

 

Page Type: Gear Review

Object Title: Puff Jacket

Manufacturer: Patagonia

Your Opinion: 
 - 3 Votes
 

 

Page By: NYC007

Created/Edited: Feb 6, 2003 / Feb 6, 2003

Object ID: 661

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In basecamp, on a bivy or under a lean-to, this jacket provides a rarity in the mountains: immediate gratification. The Puff is soft, featherweight and compressible. It shuns wind and light precipitation, dries quickly, and wears well on its own or under a shell. The front zip is backed by a wind flap and chin guard; the removable hood has snaps hidden under the placket, and the elastic/spandex cuffs and drawcord hem seal out icy air.

Two handwarmer pockets with hidden zippers



Outside chest pocket with hidden zipper



Inner mesh pockets



Elastic/spandex trim at cuffs; Drawcord hem



2.3-oz. mini-ripstop polyester with a DWR (durable water repellent) finish



Insulated with 3.7-oz. PolarguardĀ® HV in a quilted construction;



Lining is 1.7-oz. nylon, treated with a DWR finish



765 g. (27 oz.)



Imported

Wind- and water-resistant warm-up for base camp, the belay and beyond; the hood is removable.

Use it for:



Iced, Mixed, & Alpine Climbing



Expedition Climbing



Backcountry Riding



Base camp warm-up


Reviews

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NYC007Untitled Review

Voted 5/5

I bought this jacket for a all around warmth jacket, belaying, in camp, and if needed around town. I have used it in all forms and it is great, even when wet unlike down. Its not easy to keep a down jacket dry when belaying on ice, but i didnt worry about it. I keep me very toasty and dry. You can also leave the hood at home if need be.. All in all great do it all jacket..
Posted Feb 21, 2003 9:52 am

pksanderUntitled Review

Voted 5/5

I agree wholly with the two reviews below. This is a great jacket, especially to take along anytime you think cold & rain might be encountered. I recently wore this on a climb (a CO 14'er) in winter conditions because I had left my Gortex shell at a friend's. This thing kept me really warm despite cold (mid teens?) weather and very strong, snowy gusts.
Posted Nov 28, 2004 11:55 pm

AltitudeSicknessPullover Jacket

Voted 5/5

What a great Christmas present. My wife won the day with this gift. I took this jacket through the paces for the first time in 25 to 30 below zero. Combine the jacket with the Capilene 3 and I was toasty all the time. My core never got cold. Wish I could have this combo for my feet! This product is a winner. The only negative I felt about it was the lack of side pockets for hands. The only pocket is a chest pocket.
Posted Jan 3, 2008 7:17 pm

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