Patagonia Infurno Jacket

2 reviews
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4-star:   2
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I had this shipped to me in Co when I landed from…

Rating: rated 4.5 of 5 stars
Fabric: Patagonia Infurno
Fill: nice warm lining
Price Paid: $170

I had this shipped to me in Co when I landed from Mi in 2006. I was looking for a hoodi for extra protection against the wind on ski lift days. Yummy.

The insulation is great. Skiing heavy in Colorado or for walking in butt cold Michigan 3 miles with the dog. Perfect!! Hemmingway would say Yes!!

Like my other Patagonia, it will last forever. Never say never!!! Take care.

p.s. T-shirt under for 35 and above; tee and Patagonia Capilene for 35 and below.

Ski hard. If you're not falling you're not skiing hard enough.

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Good jacket, one problem is hands get cold due to…

Rating: rated 4 of 5 stars
Fabric: nylon
Fill: poly 300
Price Paid: $285

Good jacket, one problem is hands get cold due to no lining in pockets.

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Free Shipping. Patagonia Men's Infurno Jacket (Fall 2006) The Infurno Jacket by Patagonia's wind -and water- resistant shell and moisture-wicking, warmth-mongoring insulation are both made with recycled polyester from soda bottles. The layerable fit extends to the adjustable hood that keeps you cozily covered on powder days. Features: Weight: 32.5 oz. / 921 grams Fabric: 4.3-oz. 100% recycled-fiber polyester, with a Deluge DWR (durable water repellent) finish. Torso is insulated with an 8-oz. 1/4in. polyester pile of 86% recycled-fiber polyester and 14% virgin fleece; hood and sleeves with an 1/8in. polyester pile of 4-oz. 70% recycled-fiber polyester and 30% virgin fleece Ideal Uses: All mountain, Lift-accessed riding Regular fit Environmentally-friendly recycled polyester shell fabric contains no virgin polymer Directional pile lining moves both liquid water and vapor to exterior; Low-shear pile in the sleeves and hood enhances freedom of movement; Shell fabric lines inside hem to act as snow-shedding skirt; Drawcords at waist and hem Vertical mesh-lined stash pocket for extra ventilation; Flash pocket under the front zip flap Full-cut hood is equipped with visibility drawcords; Y-Joint sleeves have gusseted, hook-and-loop closure cuffs

- Moosejaw refers to the men's version

The Infurno's wind- and water-resistant shell and moisture-wicking, warmth-mongering insulation are both made with recycled polyester from soda bottles. The layerable fit extends to the adjustable hood that keeps you cozily covered on powder days. Imported.

- Patagonia.com refers to the men's version