Patagonia Primo Down Jacket - Men's

Patagonia Primo Down Jacket - Men's
Patagonia Primo Down Jacket - Men's
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Primo Down Jacket - Men's by Patagonia
If you're sick of missing out on fresh powder because you have to stop and warm your core in the lodge every few runs, then you need the Patagonia Men's Primo Down Jacket. It delivers exceptional warmth and weather protection without weighing you down like so many other blizzard-ready coats out there.Gore-Tex keeps the wettest snow at bay, and it's highly breathable so you don't start sweating profusely after an intense run or short hike. Meanwhile, 800-fill goose down helps you stay toasty through the coldest spells while keeping the jacket relatively light and low-profile. Oh, and the birds that the down came from' You needn't worry about them, as Patagonia made sure to insulate this jacket with down from geese that were never live-plucked or force-fed, so you have total peace of mind when you're enjoying pristine powder.

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SKU: PAT01IE
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