The Women's Bivy Down Jacket is a staple in Patagonia's collection of insulators. A western-inspired yoke gives a more casual style, and the water-resistant shell sheds snowfall whether you're hanging at the ski resort's parking lot or chilling in a cold campsite for the night. In keeping up with Patagonia's high standards for sustainability, the Bivy Down is made with 100% recycled fabrics and down insulation.
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