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Patagonia Tres 3-in-1 Parka - Men's - Fall 2013

Item# 8909

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Description
For urban versatility at its finest, meet the Patagonia Tres 3-in-1 Parka. Sleek lines with functional performance mean you stay warm and dry, while having the option of wearing this jacket a number of ways. Use the shell or liner on their own, or wear them together for the whole package!

  • H2No® Performance Standard 3-in-1 parka features wind- and weather-resistant DWR-treated 2-layer polyester stretch twill shell with a zip-out jacket, made of recycled polyester and insulated with 600-fill power premium European goose down
  • Shell features 2-way zip, stand-up collar with microfleece-lined chin flap and collar; external storm flap with hidden snap closure; internally adjustable, removable hood
  • Shell features two zippered, double-welted handwarmers lined with micro-polyester brushed jersey; one double-welted left-chest pocket; adjustable hook-and-loop closure cuffs and elasticized drawcord hem that adjusts through the handwarmer pockets
  • Zip-out down jacket attaches to shell with center-front zippers and snapped loops at cuffs and back of neck
  • Zip-out down jacket has horizontal quilting; two microfleece-lined zippered handwarmer pockets; zippered interior left-chest pocket made of stretch mesh that doubles as a stuff sack and has a carabiner clip-in loop; fixed hem with side-seam detailing
  • Shell is lower hip length and insulated jacket is hip length
Specs
Waterproof Yes
Windproof Yes
Hood Yes
GORE-TEX No
Removable Hood No
Gender Men's
Shell fabric H2No® Performance Standard shell: 2-layer, 6.7-oz 100% polyester stretch twill with a waterproof/breathable barrier and a Deluge® DWR (durable water repellent) finish
Lining fabric 2.3-oz 100% recycled polyester plain weave
Weight 48.4 oz (1372 g)
Removable liner Yes
Insulation type Down
Insulation material 600-fill-power premium European goose down
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Patagonia Tres 3-in-1 Parka - Men's - Fall 2013 4 5 2 2
Very nice fit but could be a bit warmer I have literally searched for 2 years to find a winter jacket that I could wear into work but was somewhat casual. I have been wearing a Patagonia R fleece for the past 2 years, it is very warm. I really like the way this new jacket looks on me. My dress jacket size is a 43L and this perfect. The liner could be a bit thicker. Below 25 degrees or so you need a sweater to go with this jacket. Does a nice job keeping out wind and rain. February 23, 2014
worth its weight in gold This jacket will probably last me the next 10 years. I am very particular about jackets, especially when they exceed $500. There are three important criteria I base my "like" or "dislike" of jackets. 1. comfort 2. appearance 3. durability This jacket achieves high marks in all of those criteria. The price is a bit high, but if you're like me and tend to keep an eye out for nice things and hold on to them for long periods of time, this jacket is worth it. February 20, 2014
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