The Patagonia Snowdrifter Jacket is lightweight and backcountry ready, featuring a stretchy fabric that is made for uphill performance with extreme protection from any weather elements, while being comfortable in any condition.
The Patagonia Snowdrifter Jacket is lightweight and backcountry ready, featuring a stretchy fabric that is made for uphill performance with extreme protection from any weather elements, while being comfortable in any condition. The Snowdrifter provides 3-layer H2No Performance Standard protection, an adjustable/helmet-compatible hood, and a low-profile powder gasket that can be cinched for a tight seal or lies flat when not in use.
PATAGONIA SNOWDRIFTER JACKET FEATURES & TECHNOLOGY
Fabrics: 3-layer, 5-oz 75-denier 100% polyester (70% recycled) solid stretch ripstop with a soft polyester knit backer and a DWR (durable water repellent) finish
Weight: 587 g (20.7 oz)
Fair Trade Certified sewn
Fabric is certified as bluesign approved
Adjustable, helmet compatible hood
Zippered pockets: two handwarmers, one chest with secure media pocket with cable routing and internal access, one bicep pocket for pass and one interior drop-in
Easy-access pits zippers: Pit zips quickly release heat; adjustable, low-profile cuffs secure over or under gloves
Low-Profile Powder Gasket: Adjustable powder gasket can be cinched for a tight seal or lies flat when not in use; webbing loop at center back connects to any Patagonia Snow pants
Built-In RECCO Reflector
Concealed RECCO reflector
Men's Tops Size Chart (in inches)
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