Patagonia Guide Parka
I have had this jacket since 1989. It has been tested…
Fabric: H2O Plus
Price Paid: $278
I have had this jacket since 1989. It has been tested in many different climates both in Alaska and in the Rockies it has climbed Mt. Rainier and has always kept me dry and warm.
Come last year it lost its ability to repel moisture. I called Patagonia and they promptly asked me to send it back and within 10 days they had sent me a new one. Thank you very much, Patagonia. I would recommend this jacket and this company to anyone.
I bought this jacket eight years ago and have many…
Fabric: Nylon w/ H2No Plus
Price Paid: ~ $200
I bought this jacket eight years ago and have many good things to say about this garment as well as Patagonia as a company. I had a small tear in the sleeve and sent it back to the company to have it repaired. I have never had a company call me back to see if I was happy with the FREE work they did! Thanks, Patagonia....the jacket has been working for everything from mountaineering to fishing. The only complaint is breathability. The H2No Plus fabric coating is neither waterPROOF nor breathable. Good for more sedentary pursuits........
Here's what other sites are saying:
CLOSEOUTS . Insulated Guide parka from Patagonia is no exception to the unparalleled quality, fit and style for which Patagonia is known. Nylon exterior has a waterproof finish to repel moisture while high-loft insulation retains body heat. Two-way front zip Hip-length style Double storm flap Zip-off drawcord hood Interior ribknit cuffs Padded collar Chin-friendly zipper flap Four large flap and zip pockets Roomy interior pockets Drawcord waist and hem Length: 33 Weight: 3 lb. 100% nylon Polyester lining Machine wash, dry CLOSEOUTS . China. Size: XS(34-35) S(36-38) M(39-41) L(42-45)
- Sierra Trading Post refers to the men's version
Warm enough to hibernate in, or to brave outside in Buffalo. Our Guide Parka, by tradition the warmest piece we make, is insulated with 200-g. Quallofil , under a supple nylon shell with Patagonia's H2No HB waterproof/breathable barrier. Details include modified Y-Joint sleeves, a removable/adjustable hood, a Capilene fleece chin flap, internal rib cuffs, drawcords at the waist and hem, and loads of pockets two side-entry zippered chest pockets, two handwarmers, two front drop-in flap pockets, two oversized internal pockets. Shoulders, armholes and back yoke are seam-taped.
- Altrec Outdoors refers to the men's version
Now on sale for $109.00, save $149.00! Warm enough to hibernate in, or to brave outside in Buffalo. Patagonia's Guide Parka, by tradition the warmest jacket we make, is insulated with 200-g. Quallofil®, under a supple nylon shell with Patagonia's H2No® HB waterproof/breathable barrier. Details include modified Y-Joint™ sleeves, a removable/adjustable hood, a Capilene® fleece chin flap, internal rib cuffs, drawcords at the waist and hem, and loads of pockets: two side-entry zippered chest pockets, two handwarmers, two front drop-in flap pockets, two oversized internal pockets. Shoulders, armholes and back yoke are seam-taped.
- Patagonia.com refers to the men's version
The Guide Parka by Patagonia is a parka-style jacket that is warm enough to hibernate in. Fabric: 4-oz. 2-layer 70 x 90 denier woven nylon with H2No HB waterproof/breathable barrier and Deluge DWR finish. Insulation: 200-g. Quallofil Features: Modified Y-Joint sleeves Removable/adjustable hood Capilene fleece chin flap Full-length front zipper with double flaps that secure with hook-and-loop closures Internal rib cuffs Two side-entry zippered chest pockets Two handwarmer pockets Two front drop-in flap pockets Two oversized hook-and-loop closing internal mesh pockets Drawcords at waist and hem Double-needle topstitching Relaxed fit
- Moosejaw refers to the men's version