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When the flakes begin to fall and your thermometer seems stuck below 20 degrees Fahrenheit, pull out Patagonia's Down Vest for core-warming backup. Nature's best insulator - high quality down - is encased in a light, ripstop shell fabric with a DWR finish to provide you with lasting warmth in a trim, tapered fit.

- Mountain Gear refers to the men's version

When temperatures plunge, our Down Vest crosses the boundaries between backcountry and front with one simple function: warming your core. A durable, windproof, downproof and highly water-repellent ripstop polyester shell encases high-quality down for optimal performance. Brushed polyester lines the neck for next-to-skin comfort, and spandex-bound armholes seal in warmth. Details include zippered handwarmer pockets, a drawcord hem, an interior zippered stash pocket and a stuff sack.

- Patagonia.com refers to the men's version

Classic, compressible, lightweight and toasty-warm core insulationDurable ripstop shell fabric sheds moisture, protects the down and is windproof and extremely lightweight High-quality down insulation Supple lining Soft, brushed polyester lines neck for next-to-skin comfort Pockets: interior zippered security and two microfleece-lined zippered handwarmers Center-front zip is backed by a no-snag draft flap Spandex-bound armholes, drawcord hem Stuff sackWhen temperatures plunge, our Down Vest crosses the boundaries between backcountry and front with one simple function: warming your core. A durable, windproof, downproof and highly water-repellent ripstop polyester shell encases high-quality down for optimal performance. Brushed polyester lines the neck for next-to-skin comfort, and spandex-bound armholes seal in warmth. Details include zippered handwarmer pockets, a drawcord hem, an interior zippered stash pocket and a stuff sack.Shell: 2-oz microdenier polyester ripstop with a Deluge DWR (durable water repellent) finish. Lining: 1.6-oz microdenier polyester ripstop with a Deluge DWR finish. Insulation: 700-fill-power premium European goose down

- Massey's Outfitters refers to the men's version

On Sale. Free Shipping. Patagonia Men's Down Vest (Fall 2008) Classic, compressible, lightweight and toasty-warm core insulation Specifications: Weight: 15 oz / 431 g Fabric: 2-oz microdenier ripstop polyester with a Deluge DWR (durable water repellent) finish Lining: 1.6-oz microdenier polyester ripstop with DWR finish Insulation: 700-fill-power premium European goose down Features: Durable ripstop shell fabric sheds moisture, protects the down and is windproof and extremely lightweight High-quality down insulation Supple lining Soft, brushed polyester lines neck for next-to-skin comfort Pockets: interior zippered security and two microfleece-lined zippered handwarmers Center-front zip is backed by a no-snag draft flap Spandex-bound armholes, drawcord hem Stuff sack Regular fitThis product can only be shipped within the United States. Please don't hate us.

- Moosejaw refers to the men's version

A Down Vest from Patagonia is the classic way to stay warm. Nothing beats a puffy vest for retaining warmth around your body's core. You get to have your arms free for movement and the vest can easily be layered under a shell when you need full protection. Patagonia makes their Down Vest with supple down-proof fabrics so it fits nicely without little feathers poking through. A drawcord at the hem lets you snug the vest up against cold drafts and allows you to customize the fit of this trusted insulation piece.

- Backcountry Outlet refers to the men's version

Patagonia Down Vest

Discontinued

The Down Vest has been discontinued.

previously retailed for:
$36.00 - $145.00

The Patagonia Down Vest is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen May 12, 2015 at Patagonia.com.

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