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- Machine Wash
- Ultralight, packable puffy for climbing and skiing in the alpine
- Highly compressible, water-repellent Primaloft Gold Eco insulation
- Recycled ripstop shell with water-resistant coating
- Jacket stuffs in its own zippered internal pocket
- Adjustable drawcord at hem stays secure under harnesses
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The Patagonia Men's Nano Puff Insulated Jacket offers warmth without weight so you can trek into the alpine with a lighter pack. Its Primaloft Gold Eco insulation adds the touch of warmth needed for active endeavors in cold places, and it's compressible so the jacket stows inside its own pocket for compact convenience on your harness or in your pack. Patagonia treated the jacket's tough, recycled ripstop shell to shed snowflakes and raindrops.
- Shipping Weight: 1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
- ASIN: B07HS32L7C
- Date first listed on Amazon: December 14, 2013
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Nice trim fit, perfect to use as a mid layer. Enough room to move your arms around, and enough hip coverage and sleeve length to use as an outer layer. It's extremely light, very packable, and very warm for the weight. This is a thin little thing that packs down into its own chest pocket, which is about the size of small bag of Cheetos. It has its own loop to hang it off your pack, but I don't trust the loop. I tie it off through the loop and the zipper both at once. I'd say the warmth is comparable to a decent weight fleece, but the nanopuff is windproof, thinner, and far more light and packable. For me, I find the fit to be perfect all around. Warmth as an outer layer down to the high 30ºF range while stationary, with an appropriate baselayer under it.
The stitching...oh the stitching. It snags on anything and everything that goes near it. It snags on its own zipper teeth. You've read the other reviews, the problem is real. Is it a deal breaker? Nah. But it will lead to the stitching slowly coming apart every time you get a snag. And the jacket isn't breathable, not even a little bit. I'm sure you know that, and there are other jackets available if you want something breathable. But it gets hot and clammy in there under exertion pretty fast. Other than that, I can't come up with any more drawbacks.
It's a great coat. I use it for outdoor activities, and wear it nearly every day as well. It's become my go-to coat for pretty much everything from 35ºF to 60ºF, as long as rain isn't involved. You just have to be mindful of the stitching. Outside of that; highly recommended.
When putting this jacket on for the first time, it’s definitely a weird feeling—especially if you’re not used to other ultralight jackets. It feels like it’s not
even on you because it’s so light, weighing 11.1 ounces (315 grams), but you’ll start to feel toasty in a couple minutes if you’re in any weather above 60°F (16°C).
This will depend on each person, their temperature limit, and the specific climate you’re in, but we’ve generally found that the temperature range for this coat is anything from 30 to 50 degrees. Anything hotter and it’ll start to feel quite warm, and anything colder and you may need to incorporate some additional layers. We’ve found this to be perfect for general world travel, as it works well in most climates.
As a note, Patagonia backs products with their Ironclad Guarantee. They’re more than happy to help with returns and repairs, and they’ve got a great brand outlook, discouraging waste, and will happily repair their goods at a reasonable price, no matter how old the product is.
- Extremely light.
- Reputable brand.
- Good warmth to weight ratio.
- Backed by a good warranty & repair program.
- Delicate in some areas. Not indestructible.
- No hood.