Patagonia Micro Puff Jacket
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Patagonia's Micro Puff Jacket features a water-resistant, windproof, recycled polyester shell updated with superwarm, highly compressible 100-g PrimaLoft Sport polyester insulation.
The Patagonia Micro Puff Jacket is as versatile as they come. Whether you choose to sport this synthetically insulated jacket as an inner layer, or as an outer shell, you can rest assured that you'll stay incredibly warm without adding unnecessary bulk. Lightweight, windproof recycled polyester shell fabric is treated with a Deluge(R) DWR (durable water repellent) finish Updated with superwarm, compressible 100-g PrimaLoft Sport insulation that's durable, soft and exceptionally warm when wet Articulated elbows and Gasket Dry Cuff for enhanced protection Full-length front zipper is backed with a low bulk wind flap Zippered Pockets: Two handwarmers and one internal storage pocket Drawcord hem; stuff sack included
As reliable as a rock-solid climbing partner, the high-loft Micro Puff warms in all conditions, never argues for leads and always lets you have the last of the ramen. Its tough, windproof polyester shell has a Deluge(R) DWR (durable water repellent) finish and houses 100-g PrimaLoft(R) Sport, a compressible, warm-when-wet synthetic insulation that allows for a clean front devoid of cold spots, yet won't clump, separate or drift. The shell and lining are made of 100% recycled polyester. Other features: articulated elbows, gasket cuffs, a full-length zip (backed by a wind flap) with a Deluge DWR finish, zippered handwarmer pockets, one interior zippered security pocket, subtle feminine quilting on the sides for an improved fit, a drawcord hem and stuffsack.
A super-lightweight shell and soft, compressible PrimaLoft team up to make the Patagonia Women's Micro Puff Jacket both an ideal insulating layer and a cozy outer layer. Slip it on for eitheran ambitious outdoor excursions or an routine trip around town; the destinations may be different, but the comfort's the same.