out of stock PATAGONIA Hi-Loft down Hoodie Black $171 (Free Shipping) @ General Pants Co

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An alternative to the Macpac hooded version, but a bit more expensive with a different logo on the jacket. Looks like all sizes available.

Get an extra 10% off to bring it to $171 with code (need to be a registered user)

Could possibly get an extra 11% from current shopback offer. Not confirmed

Product description:

The Hi-Loft Jacket by Patagonia is a super-warm winter jacket in a 100% recycled polyester ripstop shell with 600 fill-power traceable down. This style features a zip front closure, hood, and woven Patagonia logo at the front.

Puffer jacket
Black colour way
100% polyester shell
600 fill-power stuffing
Water repellent
Gusseted underarms

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Comments

  • +1 vote

    Pantagonia seems to be a good outdoor brand?

    • +7 votes

      Highly respected yes.

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      I believe most people consider it to be on the same tier as North Face, or better, depending on who you listen to. But I think they’re both considered to be a “casual” brand by people who buy these things for outdoor use?

      Either way, should be good quality.

      • +2 votes

        Patagonia is top tier

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        Patagonia is pretty top tier, mostly a cut above North Face in terms of technical performance. But it definitely depends on the product.

        They also offer a very good repair service - never had to use it but there's plenty of stories of people getting very old gear repaired for free or at a really good price. Their products are also ethically produced + environmentally friendly (eg traceable down, recyclable materials, no sweatshops etc)

        North Face focuses a bit more on 'outdoor fashion'. Although that's not to say that Patagonia hasn't become a bit of a fashion statement itself, but I'd say they still tend to be true to their roots as a business and focus a bit more on the technical aspect.

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        Depends on the particular garment. Both The North Face and Patagonia are considered top tier and, due to their popularity, branched out into making more gear for the casual user.

        However, both brands still make exceptional gear that you will pay significantly for.

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      Bought their Nano Air Hoody last year. The most comfortable, flexible, high quality and good looking winter jacket I've ever bought. Perfect if you are going to snow or cold regions.

      Yes they are expensive but if you can pick one up on special then go for it. Not sure about this particular jacket but the Nano Air is slim fit and so I had to go one size larger than I normally would.

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    Would love to know if Shopback is eligible

  • +4 votes

    it is a trendier logo than macpac…all the private school kids wear these

    • +6 votes

      Private school kids are sheep. Not trendy.

      • +2 votes

        I think you just described trends, but made it sound like a problem to want to wear things your friends wear too

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          Not really. Private school kids tend to wear what their older brothers/sisters wore, even what their parents wore when they were younger because it is part of being a private school kid. It is more of an unofficial uniform than a trend.

  • +20 votes

    Good quality and they’re sweatshop free and very ethical which is a nice bonus. Worth the $ imo.

    • +1 vote

      Plus they have a lifetime guarantee. If anything breaks (within reason), you just take it to one of their stores to get fixed. They have a whole workshop in their Sydney store.

      • +10 votes

        Yes. I've got an old Patagonia puffer jacket I bought over 10 years ago. Without a receipt I asked if they could fix a few rips on it, thinking that I'd get a run around and a 'tsk tsk'. But no, credit it to them, they fixed it, free and no questions asked, ready for another winter.

        The fix obviously can't make it look like new again, but still, it's amazing to see services like this in an era of fast fashion.

    • +5 votes

      +1 to this. I reckon worth the price difference - lifetime guarantee, the option for repairs, likely better build and higher-quality product. Patagonia is an incredible company and worth supporting.

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    Thanks for posting OP, bought one

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    Does anyone know what their sizing is like? Over or under size in general?

  • +8 votes

    tempted. but it is not that cold to wear this sort of jacket in Sydney..

  • +1 vote

    damnit already have the macpac

  • +15 votes

    Patagonia, RM Williams and a Chino…. you're set for young liberals success.

    • +2 votes

      Must be beige chinos, there're gangs of these guys at my work!

    • +1 vote

      I almost bought this jacket but stopped at checkout because I reflected on just this point. I'd rather not look like a aspirational liberal voter. To be honest $170 is a long way close to buying a jacket you'll really love.

      Although I would say I do love Patagonia and I think RM Williams do brilliant shoes. But as a city dweller I simply don't need this stuff.

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    Whats the code for 10% off?

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    bought a size M :)

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    just bought an M

  • +15 votes

    Thanks OP, This Patagucci jacket will serve me well commuting between the front door of my house to my 2019 Range Rover Discovery (Sport).

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    Sweet. Needed a upgrade for this year's snow season. Thanks OP.

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    thanks OP. Now to buy my wife one .. female version on offer ?

  • +1 vote

    What’s Patagonia like compared with Kathmandu?

    • +6 votes

      Patagonia are B Corp certified and their warranty policy is incredible. There's no comparison in my opinion.

    • +2 votes

      Kathmandu is of inconsistent quality due to their mixed sourcing. A bit like how Coles/Woolworths have their own homebrands sourced from different manufactures depending on the season and price. The trouble is Kathmandu put on a premium price to create the illusion of quality. Pure anecdotal evidence from friends has shown that some Kathmandu gear has been solid however other items have fallen apart with little use.

      Kathmandu have a bit of a bad rep among outdoor enthusiasts (bushwalkers/climbers not the 4WD/campervan crowd). Patagonia on the other hand is far more reputable due to their controls on production, this means consistent quality backed up by a solid warranty.

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      What’s Patagonia like compared with Kathmandu?

      It's wheelie bin day where I live, which has inspired me to make the following comparison:

      Patagonia make good products, while Kathmandu make rubbish.

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    Thanks bought M

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    Already have the Macpac down. Been looking for a hooded version to add to my collection but this seems just as good! Thanks OP!

  • +3 votes

    Don't need it but if its still available when I get home from work I'll grab one

    Really need to block Ozbargain on my PC somehow

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    Was going back and forth on this one then pulled the trigger, only to find that the link is now dead.

    My order went through and says "processing" but going to the item page says its unavailable. With no confirmation email, yet, I'm not confident.

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    thanks OP, got one for my 14 year old to go with his oversized Patagonia shirt

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    Damn.. I missed out

    If anyone is looking to sell a size Large or XL let me know!

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    Thanks OP, bought one.

  • +1 vote

    I purchased a few hours ago, though my order is still in "processing" status.

    My confidence of order fulfillment is weaning….

  • +1 vote

    I ordered at 10am and it said i qualified for same day shipping….. however the order is still in 'processing'

  • +1 vote

    I ordered at 1030 and order for an XL has shipped

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    Ordered an S at 9:02am WA time. Just got a cancellation email :(

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    Medium shipped

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    Ordered 12:50 Victoria time
    Still on processing. Not confident at all

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    Ordered at 11.30am VIC time, still Processing

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    ordered at 11:58 still processing… I think it's gonna be a miss for me

  • +2 votes

    I guess that's karma for taking advantage of the deal but not voting.

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    Ordered 10.29am this morning and it still says processing, doesnt looks good

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    ah….I ordered an S at 11:37am and it still says processing. Was worried abt it being too small, but I guess it's moot if we don't get it lol

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      Mine is still processing, no email yet but looks very likely to be cancelled shortly

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        Yep called up & order cancelled due to no stock….

        damn. really wanted this. Thanks for post anyway OP.

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    still processing…………….

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    Gave them a call and was told they experienced an IT issue re stock. So they've potentially oversold that's why the listing was pulled and everyone is sitting on processing. Orders to be refunded if cannot be fulfilled.

    Sucks :(

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    cancelled..

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    Cancelled - VIC ordered at 12:30pm yesterday

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    Ordered 11.58am yesterday M
    Cancelled.. bummer would of been a good score

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    Yep, cancelled & refunded my S order from 11:51am yesterday. Gave my details away for nothing!

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    Cancelled - ordered 11:40am yesterday. Poor, poor, poor

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    Cancelled - ordered 11:37AM :(

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    Cancelled - ordered 10:31am :(

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    Cancelled too. I wonder how many people actually got theirs…

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    Cancelled, very unprofessional..

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    Mine is still processing. Has anyone’s order been confirmed?

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