Warmth when you want it.
Whether you're lining gear out at base camp or staying warm on belay on a brisk fall day, the Patagonia Men'a Fitz Roy Down Jacket will prevent the cold from getting the best of you. Patagonia loaded this wind-resistant, water-repellent jacket with high-loft, premium goose down for on-demand warmth, while its Pertex Quantum fabric means the jacket will withstand a little abuse while maintaining a high level of breathablity when you're on the move. Compressible by nature, the Fitz Roy will pack down tight when pack space is limited, so you can always bring it along.
- 20D Pertex Quantum nylon
- DWR finish
- 800-fill traceable down insulation
- Regular fit
- Zippered hand and chest pockets
- Bluesign approved fabric
- Q & A
Thinking about this jacket vs. Arc'teryx Thorium AR. I don't want a hood. It will be mostly for day to day use in the winter going to work and for evenings. Would also take it as an emergency layer for backcountry skiing, nordic skiing, and backpacking. My priorities are: #1 Warmth, #2 Functionality (1 jacket for multiple uses), #3 Looks good! #4 Packable/compressible; thanks!
I'm definitely partial, but it's tough to go wrong w the Fitz Roy Down Jacket here. It's one of the nicest, and warmest jackets Patagonia offers. It's very compressible for a jacket of it's warmth, and is very versatile as well as it utilizes 800 fill down for the entire jacket.