Patagonia Bivy Down Jacket - Men's

Patagonia Bivy Down Jacket - Men's
Patagonia Bivy Down Jacket - Men's
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Bivy Down Jacket - Men's by Patagonia
The Patagonia Men's Bivy Down Jacket offers impressive warmth with a casual look that's just as at home in the Tetons as it is on the streets of Chicago. Insulated with 600-fill recycled down, this jacket offers serious warmth with a remarkably lightweight feel. The tough nylon shell has a water-repellent finish to ward off light rain or flurries. A stand-up collar keeps your neck warm when the wind starts to blow, and the drop-tail hem helps protect your backend from drafts. Plus, the zippered hand pockets are insulated and microfleece-lined to keep your fingers toasty while you stroll down mountain trails or city streets.

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SKU: PAT01JT
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