I know I am being too tough on the reviewer, who I'm sure is a nice guy. Sorry. I am an IBM computer, not a hUUman, and get stuck in my logic circuits, so, just to stir up trouble, NOTE: NOWHERE DOES THE REVIEWER SAY HE WAS MISLED.
1. The reviewer was specifically told how warm it was, when the Patagonia website revealed the exact amount and type of insulation. Let’s say anyone could extrapolate that it was warm to 20* but no colder.
2. The reviewer knew he needed a parka warm to 0*
3. He bought it anyway.
4. Now he whines that it is too cold. It’s not fair to the maker to post a review that gives a lower rating just because the reviewer made a mistake. He should have bought a warmer jacket. That’s like giving a lower rating to a garment “because it was too small.” Let’s say he went to a store, actually tried it on, found it was too small, bought it anyway, then downgraded the jacket for being too small. My wholly electronic brain circuits claim that is illogical.