Patagonia Nano Puff Pullover Jacket - Men's

Patagonia Nano Puff Pullover Jacket - Men's

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  • The new Nano got top marks from testers for versatility, surprising warmth and terrific all-around performance in a superlight no-frills package
  • It's weather resistant enough to wear as an insulated shell in a wet snowstorm, trim enough to pull on for chilly rock pitches and warm enough for light belay parka duty
  • Versatile PrimaLoft® One polyester insulation provides excellent warmth and compressibility
  • Wind-blocking, moisture-shedding, recycled polyester shell glides effortlessly whether worn as a middle or outer layer
  • Deep front zipper allows easy ventilation; elasticized cuffs and hem seal out wind and trap warmth
  • Packs down to practically nothing and stuffs into the single chest pocket; pocket has a carabiner clip-in loop
  • 100% recyclable through Patagonia's Common Threads Recycling Program—simply return your worn out item to Patagonia

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Patagonia Nano Puff Pullover Jacket - Men's

Specification Description
Best use Multisport
Fabric type Polyester / polyester blend
Shell fabric Recycled polyester
Shell lining fabric Recycled polyester
Windproof No
Waterproof No
Insulated Yes
Insulation type Synthetic
Insulation PrimaLoft One polyester fibers
Hood No
Back length Hip-length
Back length (in.) 28.5 inches
Average weight 9.5 ounces
Gender Men's

Patagonia Nano Puff Pullover Jacket - Men's

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Rated 3out of5
by fromNot bad, but not great I was looking for a lightweight jacket and this one seemed right. I like the fact that it compresses and does not take too much space in your pack. You have to layer correctly in order to reap the full warmth, obviously, in windy conditions. It works well by itself in temps around 50F, around 40 you will need additional layers (at least I do) I got the extra small and it fits nicely, except it's tricky to pull over my head at times and the torso is a bit short. If I get a size larger then the sleeves will be too long and it will flap in the wind so it's a compromise. Overall I would recommend it although I think is OVERPRICED like anything else Patagonia makes. I picked up mine on sale.
Date published: 2011-11-27
Rated 4out of5
by fromComfy Midlayer Let me preface my complaints by saying that I love my nano puffs, they are not only the most comfortable, packable and warmest mid layers I've ever used, they are also easily the best looking sweatshirt alternative I can think of. -However- the fit is dissapointingly un-athletic, especially for tall users. I'm not particularly tall, but for proper length I need an XL but I easily fit a medium, and I would get a medium were they longer, no problem though if you go to the full-zip (which fits very nicely and gains a drawcord hem in place of the elastic
Date published: 2011-02-12
Rated 4out of5
by fromGreat, low weight, warm jacket I use this jacket to go backpacking, climbing, and just generally be outdoors in Tennessee in the fall/winter months. I stay nice and toasty and it works well beneath all my climbing gear. Great product. I love Patagonia products!
Date published: 2011-12-27
Rated 4out of5
by fromgreat piece liked the first 1 so much, i bought another! incredibly lightweight-super warmth2weight ratio
Date published: 2012-03-09
Rated 5out of5
by fromSurprising function and quality It's too light and packable to leave behind and works great to keep me warm in a really wide variety of temperatures. I feel chilly in most buildings and the nano puff is perfectly comfortable to keep on there; I haven't found temperatures low enough in my area to require additional layers, though I plan to put that to the test this season. I don't really understand how something seemingly so thin can keep you so warm; nor how it can not overheat you when it's not so cold.
Date published: 2012-10-23
Rated 5out of5
by fromas much a friend as a garment I don't have this generation, I have one from...three years ago?...without the square pattern in the fabric. My husband and I bought it thinking it would fit either of us in a pinch, and being so light and warm, we could use it in case of an emergency backcountry skiing. We agreed the fabric seemed delicate, and should not be worn under a backpack, and we planned to save it for special occasions. But "orange puffie" soon became a fixture for pretty much any activity except cooking, or under pack straps. It's been a hail deflector and a pillow; protective padding for ripe persimmons in a bike pannier; my only friend, and only garment, during a bad flu (TMI, but it's soft and not clammy next to skin). It's been my middle layer for standing at 2 hour protests in 34 degree weather with rain, and a top layer for downhill skiing at 15 degrees with a breeze. It comes on pretty much every hike, bike trip and vacation. My mother likes to borrow it to drape over her shoulders in a restaurant if there's a chill breeze (and I notice that she pets the sleeves like a cat). It dries fast, for an insulated item. Despite the really fragile feel of the fabric, and considerable and varied use, there's no wear or tear visible. I'm getting a second one because my husband almost never gets to wear "orange puffie" (though he does come over and pet it when I'm wearing it) and I want him to have a "puffie" too.
Date published: 2010-01-26
Rated 5out of5
by fromLight and toasty I like to day hike in cold weather and decided to try lightening my pack a little by using a lightweight "puffy" jacket to slip on when I stop for lunch. Although by mid day I'm usually drenched in perspiration and begin to cool rapidly once I stop hiking, this jacket provided me with instant heat. It kept me warm even after sitting for 20 minutes with 10 to 20 mph wind above 5,000 feet in blowing snow. It is easy to put on and I like the pull over design that keeps out drafts and doesn't have the weight of a full zipper. I don't know if it is waterproof because I wear it under my rain jacket as an insulation layer. This jacket now has a permanent place in my pack as both an emergency insulation layer in summer and as a main insulation layer in winter.
Date published: 2009-11-30
Rated 5out of5
by fromIt Works! The Nano is incrdibly lightweight, you hardly notice you have it on. It is a great shell that stops the wind in its tracks, I've been wearing it hiking and unless there are 40 mph winds it is too warm even only over a base layer and I find myself having to unlayer. It Looks great and even though it is a pullover slides on and off easily. I have been wearing it as another winter jacket.
Date published: 2009-12-29

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