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Patagonia Men's Wanaka Down Jacket

C$ 469.00
C$ 469.00
28472 #28472
  • Black w/Forge Grey
    C$ 469.00 BFO
    Black w/Forge Grey (BFO)
  • Forge Grey w/Tapenade
    C$ 469.00 FGTP
    Forge Grey w/Tapenade (FGTP)
  • Industrial Green
    C$ 469.00 INDG
    Industrial Green (INDG)
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With an urban-friendly design, this warm, stormproof jacket has an H2No® Performance Standard shell with a waterproof/breathable barrier, a DWR (durable water repellent) finish and removable hood; insulated with Traceable Down (600-fill-power duck down traced from parent farm to apparel factory to help ensure the birds that supply it are not force-fed or live-plucked).

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We make the steadfast Wanaka for those cold, stormy months when the weather conspires to keep you from your tick list of to-dos. This hardworking jacket stands up to wind, sleet and bone-chilling temperatures with a combination of Traceable Down (600-fill-power duck down traced from parent farm to apparel factory to help ensure the birds that supply it are not force-fed or live-plucked); a durable, 2-layer H2No® Performance Standard recycled polyester shell; and a waterproof/breathable barrier treated with a DWR (durable water repellent) finish for wet-weather protection. The multifunctional collar design, inspired by vintage army jackets, flips upright and snaps closed to seal out buffeting winds. The full-length zipper has a snap-shut storm flap; cuffs are adjustable with snaps. Smooth and easy gliding, the lining is made of 2.3-oz 100% recycled polyester with square quilting to keep the down from shifting. An insulated, zip-off hood and drop-tail rear hem protect both your top and bottom. Pocketing includes two fleece-lined zippered handwarmer pockets and two chest pockets. Hip length.
  • H2No® Performance Standard 2-layer shell made of 100% recycled polyester with a waterproof/breathable barrier and a DWR (durable water repellent) finish; lined with 100% recycled polyester; insulated with Traceable Down (600-fill-power duck down traced from parent farm to apparel factory to help ensure the birds that supply it are not force-fed or live-plucked)
  • Hooded jacket with full-length zipper, stand-up collar, external storm flap with snap closures and adjustable snap closure cuffs; removable and adjustable insulated hood
  • One flapped upper right-chest pocket with hidden snap closure; one upper left-chest vertical zippered pocket; two fleece-lined, lower-front zippered pockets; internal zippered chest pocket
  • Adjustable snap closure, self-fabric cuffs; rib-knit interior storm cuffs; drop-tail hem
  • Traceable Down, removable hood with interior adjustable drawcord
  • Gusseted underarms for increased range of motion
  • Hip length
  • H2No® Performance Standard shell: 2-layer, 6-oz 100% recycled polyester with a waterproof/breathable barrier and a DWR (durable water repellent) finish. Lining: 2.3-oz 100% recycled polyester. Insulation: Traceable Down (600-fill-power duck down traced from parent farm to apparel factory to help ensure the birds that supply it are not force-fed or live-plucked). Shell and lining fabric is bluesign® approved
  • 1357 g (47.9 oz)
  • Made in China.

bluesign® Approved Fabric

Patagonia has worked with bluesign technologies since 2000 to evaluate and reduce resource consumption in our materials supply chain, and to assist us with managing the chemicals, dyes and finishes used in the process. bluesign technologies, based in Switzerland, works at each step in the textile supply chain to approve chemicals, processes, materials, and products that are safe for the environment, safe for workers, and safe for the end customers.

In 2007, Patagonia became the first brand to officially join the network of bluesign® system partners.

Any fabric you see that’s bluesign® approved offers the highest level of consumer safety by employing methods and materials in their manufacture that conserve resources and minimize impacts on people and the environment.

Traceable Down Insulation

Patagonia Traceable Down provides the highest assurance of animal welfare in the apparel industry. Every down cluster, in every one of our down products, comes exclusively from birds that were never force-fed and never live-plucked. How do we know? We hired an independent third-party expert to trace and verify our down supply chain from farm to jacket–and every step in between. Learn more

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Men's Wanaka Down Jacket is rated 4.1 out of 5 by 13.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Warm, Comfortable, Perfect Fit I bought this jacket over a year ago and got really good use out of it last winter living in Buffalo, NY. It is extremely warm and comfortable. I'm 5'8" and 200 lbs and a large fit me perfectly even with a sweatshirt underneath. I even wore it on a ski trip to Vermont and had no issues. The 'H2No' raincoat exterior beads off snow and rain. The quality is great too, and I'm sure it will last a very long time.
Date published: 2016-12-01
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Very warm, plenty of pockets, but not durable. I bought this jacket two years ago as my main winter jacket. It's kept me warm and dry in the Pacific Northwest, and it's also traveled with me around Europe. While it is barely two years old, the jacket looks fairly worn out. The cuff edges and the flap edge look worn and frayed, multiple areas look grey even though the jacket was originally black, and the threads have started to pull out in a few areas. It's a great jacket but I am disappointed about the durability of the outer fabric.
Date published: 2016-11-29
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Almost perfect... almost. I own several Patagonia garments and all have been simply excellent. I've had the Wanaka Down Jacket for 2 years now, and here's what I can tell you about this jacket. It's an excellent jacket. The shell keeps water out as it should, and the fill keeps you warm. I live in Ontario, Canada. Last year we had one of the coldest winters on record, and this was my go-to jacket. It’s my ONLY winter jacket. There were days when the weather was minus 40 Celsius, and days when we even hit -50 Celsius (which is -58 Fahrenheit) - and this jacket did the trick with some sensible layering. I use this jacket as my daily driver, and plan on using it for many more winters. It wears well with office attire, and is equally hip and trendy with casual or active wear. In the winter months (Mississauga, Ontario) from November to the end of March, I literally wear this jacket daily. I've put it through several washes and it holds up like a Patagonia - built to last. The double layer cuff is excellent and super comfortable. Your winter gloves will slip right onto the inner cuff, and the shell sits on top of the glove keeping you nice and toasty. On milder days, the hood is removable so that you have a little less bulk. That said, I do have one complaint, and one "if only they did this" wish list item. First the gripe: The cord lock on the hood is simply rubbish. This is a bit disappointing coming from a company like Patagonia that thinks of every little detail. I've attached a photo and highlighted it to show you that it's basically a scrunched-up piece of foam that wears out easily. I find myself constantly tugging on it to re-tighten my hood. A simple spring loaded drawstring clip like the one in the waist draw cord would have been simply lovely, and would withstand the test of time. It would stay put. These sponge/foam thingies are constantly slipping and my hood frequently becomes quite loose. And now the wish list: I wish the zipper was a two-way zipper. I'm not that tall, and a bit wide in the chest; So to get the right fit, I often end up with jackets that run below my waist line. Not having a two-way zipper means that I have to unzip the whole jacket every time I need to sit comfortably. Again, this is minor, but more of a "wish list" item based on my height. You may not have the same issue if you're taller. Attached are some snaps of me playing with my kids in the snow, a picture of me coming out of work, and the pesky cord lock on the hood.
Date published: 2016-11-29
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Well-Made but Not Warm Of the three products Patagonia sent me to try to replace my down-leaking Doubledown Jacket, this was the second one I received, and the one I decided to keep, not because it is an adequate replacement, but because at least the shell design is functional and the fit will allow me to add the substantial mid-layer that is required at temperatures below 45 degrees Fahrenheit. DO NOT BUY THIS expecting to be able to wear it over a dress shirt or t shirt in real winter weather. I tried to do this in the low 40's and found myself shivering and with teeth chattering. Hilariously, Patagonia has recently offered me a 15% discount on their selection of mid-layer jackets, rather than simply sending me one to turn this into a true replacement for the Doubledown. What has happened to this company that once reliably made truly excellent, warm jackets, that didn't leave one wondering where all the money is going? It certainly isn't going to down!
Date published: 2016-11-23
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Secret Weapon in extreme cold. So, there are a few "street" products from Patagonia that also serve as the poor-person's answer to other uses. This is one of them. The Wanaka (and the Nanuk before it, which was too short) is the perfect dual- purpose outer layer in extreme cold. I wear this model to work on ridiculously cold days in the NE. BUT I really bought it as a cheaper lift-served down ski and snowboard parka, at task it eagerly accepted. With its H2nO shell and lofty down interior layer it works perfectly as an exterior jacket on the slopes. On days below 10 degrees with wind, I layer the 5.3 oz down shirt under it for extra warm without weight or bulk. The Wanaka has protected me in the most extreme wind, icing, and cold conditions. Coupled with some insulated pants (HEY! Patagonia! Bring BACK the Snowshot Insulated Pants, in and earth tone please! They were affordable and good, and mine are wearing out!), the Wanaka makes me feel like I can laugh at extreme cold, nay taunt it! It is warm, impervious to weather, tree colored so I can slither through off limits glades ;-), and has plenty of pockets for silk glove liners, a balaclava, phone, etc. Instead of piling on layer after layer, I just slide into the Wanaka and say "Pfffttt! What wind? Cold? Where?" Don't stop making this great catch-all jacket.
Date published: 2016-02-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by from perfect winter jacket with really smart cuff place The other reviews cover all of the other features - but my favorite is that the cuff placement (and the way the jacket sleeves are longer than the cuff) make it work perfectly with your under-cuff gloves. I have never had another jacket that has nailed this as perfectly. I want this jacket to last forever (and I think it just might).
Date published: 2016-02-05
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Pretty Good I just got it in the mail. The fit is pretty good, a bit on the plus size around the waist but this will be good for layering and wearing my overall ski-doo snowpants underneath (hint: these snowpants keep wind out of your back when you love your jacket but your jacket doesn't keep the wind out). Pockets are good, length is good. Material is tough and hopefully it will loosen up more after activities this winter. I'm 6'6 with a regular body build and a touch of muscle :P and the 2XL fits me good. My chest size has always been a XXL 50-52 but Patagonia measures what? 48-50 in 2XL? but they have more chest room and waist room than any other. Its about minus 9 or 10 outside now, probably -20 or so with wind chill and the breeze isn't piercing me or anything. I'll see how it goes when we reach the -30's and 40's (with layering of course).
Date published: 2015-11-25
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Finally found the perfect jacket This jacket is excellent - I've been looking for something just like this for the past years to replace an aging jacket. This year's Wanaka has both the form and function that I wanted making it my first item from Patagonia and my new go to winter jacket. It is a warm and very tough jacket. The down is neatly quilted into a grid of well-packed, individual puffy squares that keep the down evenly distributed. The arms are well and evenly stuffed. The wrists include interior knit cuffs to seal out the cold - an important feature. The end of the cuffs are adjustable with buttons which I prefer over velcro. The exterior fabric is thick and very tough - suitable for mountain conditions if your travels take you there. There is a double front storm flap which can be sealed via buttons - the buttons are very smooth to pop in and out. The buttons on the neck area of the storm flap are very well thought out - you've got 3 in close proximity to keep the flap shaped and flat for however high you zip up the neck. On the neck, there is an interior flap lined with fleece which folds over your chin if you zip the neck all the way up or folds back to the garment if you leave the collar unzipped. The zipper can catch on the base of this flap - just pull slightly forward when zipping over that region to avoid that. The neck is lined with a soft fleece and is also well stuffed with feathers. The hood is also insulated and includes a bungee drawstring on top as well as the typical two on each side to adjust the brim. The brim drawstrings use two fleece formed catchers to hold the tightened string for whenever you have the hood tightly cinched. This might be ridiculous to say but I like the shape of the hood a lot - some jacket hoods look very weird and unflattering. It's detachable if you don't want it on. The pockets are great. The hand pockets are concealed with two flaps so you can leave them unzipped if you're pulling your hands in and out during stormy conditions. It also gives the jacket a nicer appearance. The hand pockets are lined on the back of hand face with a fleece - it would be a bonus if both sides were lined with fleece but it's fine as is - the interior side is warm and hands are making most contact with the other side. The zipper on the hand pockets is fine toothed and smooth so I have no problem with contact - they really don't scratch at all. One chest pocket is a buttoned flap pocket which includes two pen sleeves- the other is vertically zippered and deep - you can stick any sized smart phone in it. The layout of the pockets is great and includes a good mix of types that looks good - I hate it when jackets have 4 of the flap pockets in all corners or covering the hand pockets - blegh! There is also an interior chest pocket. All seams are double and triple stitched - very well constructed and will last many seasons. Sizing is spot on with my regular medium size - it will allow for layering underneath. The arms are nice and long and the articulated joints are perfect - lift your arms up and the sleeves stay at your wrists without pulling the garment up from your waist at all. One thing - a little pet peeve of mine - the waist is wider than a usual medium but it's not actually a problem because of the drawstrings which, by the way, when tightened have an interior passage alongside the zipper for the excess to slide into. Good length - I'm 5'10" and the medium covers about 1/4 of my thigh. I'm excited to have found this jacket - it's everything a down jacket should be - warm, tough, well-pocketed, storm ready, waterproof, looks great and hides the down pockets. I got this in the forge grey which is a fantastic dark grey color.
Date published: 2015-09-27
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