Patagonia Jackson Glacier Down Jacket - Men's

Patagonia Jackson Glacier Down Jacket - Men's
Patagonia Jackson Glacier Down Jacket - Men's
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Jackson Glacier Down Jacket - Men's by Patagonia
Whether you're visiting glaciers or enjoying off-piste time in town, bundle up for your next Montana adventure with the Patagonia Men's Jackson Glacier Down Jacket. Lofty goose and duck down is sealed away between stitchless baffles for increased warmth and water-resistance as you marvel at the icy weathering agents of Glacier National Park or head over to Whitefish to walk the streets. When the wind picks up you won't feel a thing, but if your head gets cold you can pop up the insulated hood, and if your hands feel the chap, tuck them in the brushed jersey lined pockets. Urban styling ensures you'll look quite dapper sipping that porter after a few laps on the Big Mountain Express.

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SKU: PAT01ZM
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