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Down that won't get you down.
It’s easy to get lost in a long-hemmed puffy coat, but the Mackage Women’s Farren Down Jacket flaunts a flattering silhouette without losing the warming power of natural down insulation. The outer shell features diamond shaped stitching on the sides to accentuate the feminine waist and a leather-trimmed zipper down the middle to create a bold, straight line. The down insulation runs all the way from the removable hood to just above the knees for enhanced warmth and comfort in below-zero temperatures. The luxurious look continues even down to the pocket trims, lined with Mackage’s signature leather.
- A luxurious knee-length down coat
- Stretchy fabric sewn into a semi-fitted silhouette
- Down insulation offers warmth down to 14° Fahrenheit
- Removable hood attaches with zipper
- Zippered closures lined with signature leather trim
- Q & A
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
- Fit: True to size
- Size Bought: Small
I figured because this product was expensive, it would be high quality, but it is the exact opposite. The jacket is very cheaply made and doesn't appear expensive either. The feathers began falling out, in maybe 100 different places in the seams, from the first week of use. I am so incredibly sad I spent this much money on a poor quality piece of clothing. I beg that you please save your money.
I'm looking for a warm everyday coat for New York City winters (~20 degrees on average). How would this coat compare to the Arcteryx Nuri or Patera coats?