Patagonia makes some of the highest quality clothing and equipment on the market, and they have a great business model to back it up. The new Hawke’s Bay jacket looks awesome. It’s not built for skiing, climbing, or hiking, like many of Patagonia’s other specialized jackets, but it would be great to have on during dawn patrol surf checks, and cruising through mountain towns in January.
*All the girls out there – check out the new women’s winter line here at Patagonia.com
Some more Hawke’s Bay Jacket info from Patagonia:
The H2No® Performance Standard Hawke’s Bay Jacket is a hooded, textured nylon/polyester jacket with a waterproof/breathable barrier, a DWR (durable water repellent) finish and 600-fill-power premium European white goose down insulation. Jacket has removable and adjustable hood.
With a tailored look and a textured finish, the Hawke’s Bay keeps you warm and dry in epicenters of cold, wet weather. Made from an H2No® Performance Standard shell with a waterproof/breathable barrier, an ultrawarm interior of 600-fill-power premium European white goose down insulation, and a DWR (durable water repellent) finish for the best rain gear protection.
Details include a removable, insulated hood, stand-up collar to block wind, storm flap and inset knit cuffs, and a drop-tail hem. Seven pockets hold it all: two lined handwarmers, two chest (one secures with a zipper), two flap-closing hip pockets and an internal security pocket that makes a great place to store a phone.
Check out more details and the large selection of new 13/14 winter threads from Patagonia at Patagonia.com