The high-loft, high-warmth, and low-weight Patagonia Women's Fitz Roy Down Parka turns up the thermostat during your high-altitude forays and winter adventures. This robust down insulator, Patagonia's warmest, features a lightweight nylon shell with a DWR coating that helps mitigate minimal amounts of moisture so the down stays dry. Y-yarn nylon reinforcements along the shoulders and arms give this proudly puffy coat a bit shine, not just an extra hit of tough, endowing it with looks that are good enough for the streets of Midtown, not just the remote north shore of Lake Superior. Down insulation is down-right ducky, ahhh, well, goose-y, The feathers fit together to form a magic lattice of air to keep you warm in temps that synthetic insulation would balk at. The 800-fill Traceable Down offers an incredible warmth-to-weight ratio so you stay warm without adding extra pounds to your hike. In addition, the feathers are from geese who were neither live-plucked nor force-fed. This means you can wear this jacket in good conscience without fear of retribution by the surviving flock members. Sewn-through horizontal baffles ensure the stuffing stays in place to give you equal warmth throughout your upper half. Bound cuffs slip under gauntlets and over glove liners without issue. The hood hugs your head and the collar covers your chin for an all-around heady experience. Two hand pockets are great storage spots for lip balm and your camera and are placed high enough to stay out of the way of a harness or hip-belt. You can stash cash or energy gels in the single chest pocket.