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Patagonia - Frozen Range Jacket - Women's

Patagonia Frozen Range Jacket - Women's

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$299.50 Original price:$599.00
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Item #PAT031S
Past season color




Tech Specs

[membrane/laminate] GORE-TEX (2-layer), [face fabric] 100% recycled polyester, DWR treatment
700-fill recycled down
Baffle Construction:
below the hip
[external] 2 front, [internal] 1 chest, oversized drop-in
Claimed Weight:
2lb 9.2oz
Recommended Use:
Manufacturer Warranty:

Frozen Range Jacket

The Frozen Range Jacket is Patagonia's most pinnacle and warmest coat to date in its lifestyle line up. It is designed to keep you warm, comfortable, and stylish through harsh, frigid urban winters. A supple shell with a Gore-Tex membrane blocks sleet, snow, and rain while lofty recycled down keeps you warm. This fixed insulation has an interior baffled construction to remove potential cold spots and lock in your core temperature during your frigid commute. For additional comfort and warmth, the Frozen Range features fleece-lined pockets, an adjustable snorkel hood, and storm cuffs at the sleeves to protect you from the harsh elements.

  • Insulated jacket to keep warm and stylish in tough, frigid winters
  • Gore-Tex shell blocks snow and sleet to keep you dry during storms
  • 700-fill recycled down traps body heat for warmth in freezing temps
  • Interior baffled construction delivers warmth right to your core
  • Fleece-lined pockets accommodate your smaller winter accessories
  • Sleeve have zip gussets and storm cuffs to guard against the cold
  • Longer length finishes below the hips for added seat coverage
  • Jacket is both Bluesign approved and Fair Trade Certified sewn

Fabulous Jacket

    I initially ordered size Medium, but it was huge, particularly across hips and back. I ordered size Small and the fit is perfect. I can easily wear a lightweight top, but not a chunky sweater, but since jacket is super padded, I don’t think I’d need heavy layers. For size reference I’m 5’ 7” 36-26-36 130 lbs, I’m a tad chesty with slim back, and I always have problems with jackets fitting on chest, but lose on hips, not with this jacket, size Small fits fine across bust and nicely on hips. With regard to color, I do love the blue, and the style of the jacket, especially all the hidden pockets. The only thing I’m not fond of is the hood as is huge. I included some photos to help others in terms of size.

    Fabulous Jacket

    Extremely Warm + Versatile Jacket

    • Familiarity: I returned this product before using it
    • Fit: Runs large
    • Size Bought: Small


    - Very Warm 700-Fill-Power Down

    - Adjustable, Insulated Scuba Hood With Good Visibility

    - No Layering Needed

    - Gusseted Sleeves With Storm Cuff

    - Below Hip Length (at 5ft 3in)

    - Heavy-Duty Materials and Build Quality


    - No Drawcord Hem

    - Adjusting The Hood And Neck May Not Be Intuitive

    Patagonia boasts that their Frozen Range are the warmest coats they have ever made. Now that I have tried their Jacket and their Parka, I can tell you--they are indeed instant warmth!

    The Parka is the warmest of the two--covering me from my head to my knees. The plush down coat inside the Parka also hugs my body comfortably (like a cozy sleeping bag) without feeling tight or movement-restrictive. The Jacket in the same size (Small) feels more open in the body. It still delivers the same amount of warmth as the Parka but the difference in the feeling of the interior is noticeable.

    In addition to the body, I also found that the hips were just roomy enough to allow drafts into the Jacket. There is NO DRAWCORD on the hem so the Jacket depends the lower portion to be snug enough against your body to keep out the cold. Because of that (if I do not want to wear layers) I would SIZE DOWN to an X-Small. (And if you are taller than me (5ft 3in), the hem might hit you higher--naturally sealing out drafts. So choose your size with the hem in mind.)

    The Jacket kept me extremely warm--nearly breaking out into a sweat in my 74F house. (And comparing it to my current down coat that I have shoveled snow in -10F wind chill, it is much warmer than that.) I would not recommend wearing the Jacket with layers due the warmth it kicks out. But I did try the Small on with a long sleeve shirt and a Fjord Flannel. The jacket fit comfortably over the layers. But when I bent my arms I could feel the flannel tugging. Even so, I would stick with the Small (if I was layering). So I guess, Size Down without layers and stay True To Size with them.

    Aside from its excellent warmth, the big selling point for me was the Scuba Hood. Designed to block out the wind, it hugs your face while still managing good visibility. When you get the Jacket, you will need to adjust the hood or else you will be as baffled as I was when the hood was floppy, blocked my vision, and completely exposed my neck. Use the toggle in the hidden flap on the back of the hood to cinch a halo cord around your head. This will fix everything and make the hood fit like it does on the model. (BONUS: You can also wear the hood like a Turtleneck with the hood laid back and the neck zipped all the way up. It actually covers the lower half of your face and the upper back of your head. Top it off with a Buffalo Wool hat in frigid temps and this might be the next best thing to a built-in balaclava.) Best Hood Ever.

    Heavy-duty zippers pull smoothly. Pockets are at a comfortable height and include small mesh inner pockets. (My hands keep trying to go into them but I will get used to it. They seem handy.) The sleeves reach just over my wrists and the gusseted storm cuffs form a nice seal. The buttons do slow me down from getting in and out of the Jacket quickly (vs the Parka snaps) but I also like how the Jacket looks all buttoned up. The Jacket is also waterproof and with the scuba hood up, I would be completely comfortable and confident wearing this in a downpour.

    The Verdict: I would recommend the Frozen Range Jacket to anyone needing extreme warmth without the layers, the easy fit and mobility of a jacket, and a cozy, versatile hood. Just be aware that you might need to size down for a good hip fit.

    Extremely Warm + Versatile Jacket

    Awesome review! Wanting to buy this for my S.O. and this review was super super helpful! Thank you for putting in the effort!!!!

    Awesome review! Wanting to buy this for my S.O. and this review was super super helpful! Thank you for putting in the effort!!!!

    Adjusting Hood to Fix Neck Gap

      I was baffled by the enormous neck gap in the Frozen Range line that Patagonia calls "their warmest coats yet". When I finally figured this out, I danced. And then I thought others might be wondering about the hood too. (This works for both the Jacket + Parka versions.) Hope this helps keep you toasty in your new Frozen Range Jacket.

      Adjusting Hood to Fix Neck Gap


      Women's Apparel & Swimwear
      US Size00024681012141618
      Numeric Sizes2425262728293031323334



      32 - 33in

      (81.2 - 83.8cm)

      34 - 35in

      (86.4 - 88.9cm)

      36 - 37in

      (91.4 - 94cm)

      38.5 - 40in

      (97.8 - 101.6cm)





























      34.5 - 35.5in

      (87.6 - 90.2cm)

      36.5 - 37.5in

      (92.7 - 95.3cm)

      38.5 - 39.5in

      (97.8 - 100.3cm)

      41 - 42.5in

      (104.1 - 108cm)










      Formfitting: Conforms to the body's contours.
      Slim Fit: Closer-fitting. Slim-fitting technical garments may be worn over baselayers and light midlayers.
      Regular Fit: Neither slim nor oversized. Regular-fitting technical garments may be worn over heavier midlayers.
      Relaxed Fit: Drapes loosely on the body.
      How to Measure:
      Measurements refer to body size, not garment dimensions. For best results, take measurements over your underwear.
      Measure under your arms, around the fullest part of your chest.
      Measure around your natural waistline, keeping the tape a bit loose.
      Measure around the fullest part of your body at the top of your legs.
      Inseam will vary depending on style; when lengths are offered, "short" is 30, "regular" is 32 and "long" is 33. Using pants that fit well, measure the crotch seam to the bottom of the leg.