Patagonia Primo Down Jacket (Men's)
The best skiing and snowboarding conditions often arrive with the worst storm systems, but you'll be fully prepared for epic powder days with the Patagonia Primo Down Jacket. To keep you warm, Patagonia packed the Primo with seven-hundred-fill down, which is warm and compressible. Compressible insulation helps reduce bulk both while you're wearing the jacket and when you pack it up. And to keep you dry, the Primo offers the high-performance, three-layer H2No barrier that blocks water and wind, yet remains breathable. The Primo also is equipped with a stretch nylon shell that ensures that the jacket will move with you without binding or riding up. Patagonia knows that the worst conditions demand the best performance.
- Insulated with 700-fill premium goose down that's suspended with mesh panels to increase breathability
- 3-Layer H2No barrier is waterproof, windproof, and breathable
- Waterproof DelugeÂ® DWR (Durable Water Repellent) coating added for extra waterproofing protection
- Welded seams eliminate bulk, seal out moisture, and create a more streamlined design
- Smooth recycled polyester liner easily glides over layers
- Attached hood accommodates a helmet and is lightly insulated
- Adjustable powder skirt keeps snow out of the jacket
- Hem drawcord lets you seal out wind, and is adjustable from inside the handwarmer pockets
- Pockets: Two chest pockets (one is lightly padded to hold an audio device), left arm pocket, interior pocket, and handwarmer pockets
- Weight: 2 lb 7.1 oz
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"does the jacket come with manufacturers life time warranty as on other sites? also is this the latest version of this jacket? thanks hope you can help :-)"
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Question by Andrew Spokes on 8/26/2011 - 10:37 am
"A "Lifetime warranty" that other retailers are stating is not exactly the correct terminology. Patagonia has an "Ironclad Guarantee" which means that you can return it if something is defective or is unsatisfactory, however there is a charge that is associated for any regular wear and tear that the item has at the time of return. But for any defects or products that don't live up to your expectations, the bottom line is, they stand behind their product! Yes, this jacket just came out; it is the latest version!"
Answer by Martha (Peter Glenn Staff) on 8/26/2011 - 11:00 am