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Synonymous with high-end outdoor clothing, Patagonia is a Californian based label with roots in rock and alpine climbing. Renowned for sport specific apparel, the active lifestyle brand now boasts popular collections of ready-to-wear designs with inherent durability. Dedicated to protecting the environment, Patagonia uses organic cotton. Men's Patagonia jackets are among the most popular items from the company. Ready made for all outdoor activities, hooded jackets, waterproofs, padded gilets and down jackets provide ultimate protection and comfort with integral breathability.

The Patagonia Jackets Buying Guide

The Californian-based label’s love of wild and beautiful places is very apparent in its line of men’s Patagonia jackets. With rock and alpine climbing at its core, the brand is famed for its sports-luxe attire which boasts intrinsic durability. Patagonia is devoted to fighting the environmental health of our planet, with many of its jackets made from recycled textiles. Its men’s jackets were designed with outdoor activities in mind, from skiing and climbing to snowboarding and fly fishing. The collection includes padded gilets, down jackets, hooded styles and waterproofs, offering optimal protection and comfort with ultimate breathability. Our men’s Patagonia jackets buying guide will help identify the right style to suit your tastes, find your size, and learn how to take care of your jacket.

The Most Wanted Patagonia Jackets

  • Patagonia Nano Jackets

    Need maximum insulation? Look no further than a Patagonia Nano. Sporting padded quilting and a stand collar, these jackets are perfect for staying cozy when temperatures drop. From hooded styles to sleeveless jackets, the Patagonia Nano is arguably one of the most popular insulated jackets of all time.

  • Patagonia Synchilla Jackets

    Crafted from double-faced fleece for ultimate warmth and comfort, the Patagonia Synchilla jacket is like wearing a hug from your favorite blanket. What’s more, the jacket is Fair Trade Certified™ sewn, meaning the people who made it get paid fairly for their efforts.

  • Patagonia Better Sweater Jackets

    Whether you’re in the mountains or strolling through the city on a chilly day, the Patagonia Better Sweater jacket is here to keep you warm in style. Crafted from cozy fleece, the jacket features a secure zipper fastening and power-stretch panels to keep you super toasty. Designs include hooded, sleeveless and zipper-front varieties.

The Patagonia Jackets Sizing Guide

Patagonia jackets are available in sizes XXS-XXXL, and you can use the Patagonia jacket size chart below to see typical measurements of each size.

Please be aware that clothing sizes do vary, and larger sizes may be needed for certain styles. The chart shows men’s body measurements in inches.

ChestWaistSleeve
XX-Small312630
XX-Small332630
X-Small342832
X-Small352832
Small352933
Small373033
Medium383134
Medium403334
Large423435
Large443635
X-Large463836
X-Large484036
XX-Large504237
XX-Large524437
XXX-Large544637.5
XXX-Large564837.5

How To Care For Your Patagonia Jackets

Many Patagonia jackets are made from recycled fabrics such as polyester, nylon, and wool. Follow the below general care instructions to keep your Patagonia jacket in as-new condition.


How to wash:

- You’ll find the washing instructions printed on the jacket’s white tag.

- Generally, it’s best to wash your jacket in cold or warm water with gentle powder detergent – preferably one that’s non-toxic and biodegradable.

- Dry it on the line rather than using a dryer.


Wash Less:

- It’s best to only wash your Patagonia jacket only when it’s absolutely essential. Washing it less means you save water and reduce the wear and tear on your jacket.

- Even if you wear your Patagonia jacket all the time, you only need to wash it occasionally.

- If it’s particularly muddy and dirty, use a sponge to spot clean it instead of putting it in your washing machine.


Line dry:

- Line drying is better than tumble drying, as there’s less chance of your jacket shrinking – and you save energy, too.

- To reduce the possibility of fading, turn bright or dark colors inside out.

- Hang jackets from the bottom so the clothespin marks are in a less noticeable spot.

- Line drying conserves energy and cuts down environmental impact.

- If you must use a dryer, set it on a low heat.

FAQ

Can Patagonia jackets be washed?

The majority of Patagonia jackets are crafted from recycled fabrics like polyester, nylon, and wool. Its collection of down jackets is made from 600- or 700-fill-power goose and duck down, recycled from cushions, bedding and other used items that can’t be resold. Patagonia is part of the Sustainable Apparel Coalition and 1% For The Planet. All of its products are of premium quality, and the label declines fast fashion, offering a repair and reuse program.  

Are Patagonia jackets worth it?

Yes, most definitely. The Californian-based brand is incredibly environmentally conscious, and as a result, most of its fabrics are either recycled or naturally based to cut down the amount of petroleum-based fibers used. Its down jackets are 100% recycled, hypoallergenic and reclaimed from bedding, cushions and items no longer suitable for sale while its recycled polyester jackets are sourced from plastic soda bottles. They’re one of the first labels to take such major steps to reduce its environmental impact while delivering some of the most high-performance outdoor wear on the market.

What are Patagonia jackets made from?

The majority of Patagonia jackets are crafted from recycled fabrics like polyester, nylon, and wool. Its collection of down jackets is made from 600- or 700-fill-power goose and duck down, recycled from cushions, bedding and other used items that can’t be resold. Patagonia is part of the Sustainable Apparel Coalition and 1% For The Planet. All of its products are of premium quality, and the label declines fast fashion, offering a repair and reuse program.