Patagonia Mens AlpLight Down Pullover Jacket
All about this product
The Alplight Down Pullover Jacket is an experiment in exploring the possibilities of nature's lightest, most packable insulation. Fair Trade Certified sewn, this 800-fill-power Pullover uses NetPlus, a fully postconsumer recycled nylon made from recycled fishing nets to help reduce ocean plastic pollution and comes with a PFC-Free Durable Water Repellent (DWR) finish for reliable protection from bad weather. Features of the jacket include a centre front quater zipper with a moisture wicking interior stormflap and zipper garage, interior envelope pocket and an exterior zippered chest pocket with carabiner clip-in loop that the jacket self-stuffs into when no longer needed. With nylon-bound elastic cuffs and a drawcord adjustable hem that seals in warmth, this is the layer designed for cool-weather missions when you need a featherlight insulating layer that packs down small and still does the job.
- Ideal use: Hiking, everyday walking
- Shell: 100% Postconsumer nylon ripstop made from recycled fishing nets
- Lining: 100% Postconsumer nylon ripstop made from recycled fishing nets
- Insulation: 100% 800FP RDS down certified by Control Union
- PFC-free Durable Water Repellent (DWR) finish
- Fair Trade Certified sewn
- Bluesign approved
- Narrow insulation channels for reduced bulk
- Enhanced mobility at elbows and shoulders
- Moisture wicking stormflap
- Drawcord adjustable hem
- Nylon-bound elastic cuffs
- Center-front quarter-zip
- Packs into chest pocket
- Chin zipper garage
- Overstuffed collar
- Varied quilting
- Exterior zippered chest pocket
- Interior envelope pocket
- Carabiner clip-in loop
- Fit: Regular
- Weight: 224g
Half zip, Packable, Pockets
Normal fit. Choose your regular size.
Climbing, Everyday Walking, Hiking
User Reviews (5)
At least 50% Alternative Combination
No PFCs or PFAs
1% for the planet
Fair Trade Certified
About this brand
Patagonia are in the business to save our home planet. Their values reflect those of a business started by a band of climbers and surfers, and the minimalist style they promoted. The approach they take toward product design demonstrates a bias for simplicity and utility. Their criteria for the best product rests on function, repairability, and, foremost, durability. Among the most direct ways we can limit ecological impacts is with goods that last for generations or can be recycled so the materials in them remain in use. Making the best product matters for saving the planet.
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