Patagonia Men's Nano Puff Pullover

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Patagonia Nano Puff Pullover
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Patagonia Nano Puff Pullover -

The Nano Puff Pullover by Patagonia is wind and water resistant. Versatile 60-gram PrimaLoft One polyester insulation provides excellent warmth and compressibility in this Patagonia Jacket. The Nano Puff Pullover can be worn as insulation or outerwear in cold. I think more things should have self-explanatory names like the pullover. For example: pants – upleggers, hat – headtopper, thongs – upbutters…that sounded better in my head.

FEATURES of the Patagonia Men's Nano Puff Pullover.
SPECIFICATIONS of the Patagonia Men's Nano Puff Pullover.

Fit:

  • The men's Patagonia Nano Puff pullover offers a regular fit

Fabric:

  • Elasticized cuff and hem seal out wind and trap in warmth
  • Brick quilting pattern on front and back and narrow horizonal quilting along side panels stabilizes the insulation; burly thread adds durablility
  • Brick quilting pattern with horizontal quilt lines on side panels stabilizes insulation, and uses durable thread for abrasion-resistance
  • Ultralight ripstop recycled polyester shell fabric has a Deluge DWR finish
  • Ultralight face fabric sheds water and blocks wind

Insulation:

  • Packs down to practically nothing and stuffs into the single zippered chest pocket that has a reinforced carabiner clip-in loop
  • 60g PrimaLoft One insulation provides excellent warmth and compressibility and will continue to insulate even in damp conditions

Ventilation:

  • Easy venting, deep center-front zipper has wicking interior storm flap and zipper garage at chin for next-to-skin comfort

Weather and Wind:

  • Recycled ripstop polyester glides effortlessly when worn with other layers; durable water repellent finish fends off light rain and snow

Zippers:

  • Left chest pocket has clean-finished zipper garage and doubles as a self stuffsack with a reinforced carabiner clip-in loop

Manufactured:

  • Made in Thailand and Vietnam.
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Patagonia Men's Nano Puff Pullover.
Windproof and water-resistant, the Nano Puff® Pullover is made with warm, incredibly lightweight, highly compressible 60-g PrimaLoft® ONE insulation, and is ideal as an insulating layer or outerwear in cold climates. Sleek, light and surprisingly warm, the Nano Puff® Pullover’s modus operandi is one of versatility. It’s an insulated pullover in spring squalls, a sleek micro-belay parka on chilly rock routes and a thermal midlayer all in one. The Nano blocks wind, sheds snow and traps heat - even when wet - with the best available synthetic insulation: PrimaLoft® ONE (60-g) is incredibly warm, low-bulk, compressible and hydrophobic. We’ve improved the fit with more shaping through the torso and waist, and refined the deep-venting half-zip with a soft, wicking interior storm flap and zipper garage. We also resized the classic Nano Puff "brick" quilt pattern, added horizontal quilt lines on the side panels, and used a burly thread for enhanced durability. The 100% recycled polyester ripstop shell glides effortlessly as an outer or midlayer, and it all packs down to practically nothing and stuffs into a single chest pocket that has a carabiner clip-in loop. Elasticized cuffs and hem seal out wind and trap warmth. Lightweight ripstop recycled polyester shell fabric has a Deluge® DWR finish. Lightweight 60-g PrimaLoft® One insulation provides excellent warmth and compressibility. Brick quilting pattern with horizontal quilt lines on side panels uses durable thread for improved abrasion-resistance. Easy venting, deep center-front zipper has wicking interior storm flap and zipper garage at chin for next-to-skin comfort. Left chest pocket has clean finished zipper garage and doubles as a self-stuff sack with a reinforced carabiner clip-in loop. Elasticized cuffs and hem seal out wind. Fabric: Shell and Lining: 1.4-oz 22-denier 100% recycled polyester with a Deluge® DWR (durable water repellent) finish. Insulation: 60-g PrimaLoft® ONE 100% polyester. Weight: 286 g (10.1 oz).


Backcountry.com

Alpinists obsessed with their gear's weight got their light-and-warm wish when Patagonia first released the Men's Nano Puff Pullover, and it is now a go-to layering piece in places ranging from K2 to Devil's Tower. The Deluge DWR finish on the 100% recycled polyester ripstop shell makes this lightweight layer both windproof and waterproof. The Nano Puff is constructed with compressible 60g Primaloft One insulation, which makes this jacket an ideal outer layer during morning belays or a midlayer while you head out for a cold backcountry tour.

The Nano Puff has become a classic item because it offers essential features in a minimalist design. The brick quilting pattern, with horizontal quilt lines on side panels, prevents cold channels and insulation shift. Additionally, the elasticized cuffs and hem seal out the cold. If you start working up some heat on your tour, venting is a breeze with the deep center-front zipper; the zipper also has a wicking interior storm flap and zipper garage at chin for next-to-skin comfort. When the weather warms up, you can compress the jacket into the left chest pocket, which doubles as a self-stuff sack, and then use the reinforced carabiner clip-in loop to clip it to your bag. Easy. Simple. Essential.


Appalachain Outdoors
The Nano Puff Pullover from Patagonia offers lightweight insulation for your next trip into the great beyond. Featuring 60g of PrimaLoft insulation, the Nano Puff Pullover's shell and lining utilize a DWR finish to help repel dirt and water, so you not only stay drier, you stay warmer. A highly packable insulated pullover, the Nano Puff Pullover is pack- and travel-friendly.
Rock/Creek Outfitters (closeout)

The Men's Nano Puff Pullover by Patagonia is wind- and water-resistant, the Nano Puff Pullover is incredibly lightweight, highly compressible insulation and can be worn as a midlayer or outerwear in cold climates. Already a cult classic with Patagonia's ambassadors and testers, the Nano earns unanimous raves 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 still see your footholds), and warm enough for light belay parka duty on quick alpine dashes. The wind-blocking, moisture-shedding DWR (durable water repellent) finished 100% all-recycled polyester shell (1-oz 15-denier) also glides effortlessly, whether worn as an outer or midlayer.

Low-bulk, hydrophobic, highly compressible PrimaLoft One (60 g) traps heat with remarkable efficiency, even when wet. The deep front zipper allows for easy ventilation. The Nano also packs down to practically nothing and stuffs into a single chest pocket that has a carabiner clip-in loop.

Recyclable through the Common Threads Recycling Program.


Denali

The Patagonia Nano Puff Pullover for Men is lightweight, windproof and water-resistant so it keeps you warm even when wet. It is filled woth 60g PrimaLoft ONE synthetic insulation that is highly compressible with a low-bulk factor. The Nano Puff is an ideal insulating layer or outerwear piece that packs down to practically nothing and stuffs into its own chest pocket. Bring this jacket everywhere with you and you will be a happy adventurer.


Campsaver.com

Windproof and water-resistant, the Patagonia Nano Puff Pullover is made with warm, incredibly lightweight, highly compressible PrimaLoft One insulation. Ideal as an insulating layer or outerwear in cold climates. The outer shell is durable enough to wear as an outer layer but you can also use the Nano Puff to insulate when layering.


REI

Incredibly lightweight and compressible, the men's Patagonia Nano Puff Pullover Jacket keeps you toasty worn as an outer layer or an insulating layer under a shell for cold-weather activities.

Imported.


SummitHut.com (closeout)

Built as a minimalist prototype for Patagonia's weight-and-performance-obsessed alpinists, the original Nano grew into a cult classic and spawned offspring. This pullover remains sleek and pared down, using the best available synthetic insulation and designed with a deep-venting half-zip to avoid harness-line bulk and minimize weight, while maximizing trapped heat. 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 still see your footholds), and warm enough for light belay parka duty on quick alpine dashes. The wind-blocking, moisture-shedding 100% recycled polyester shell also glides effortlessly, whether worn as a mid-or-outer-layer. Low-bulk, hydrophobic, highly compressible PrimaLoft® One (60-g) traps heat with remarkable efficiency, even when wet. It packs down to practically nothing and stuffs into a single chest pocket that has a carabiner clip-in loop. Elasticized cuffs and hem seal out wind and trap warmth. Recyclable through the Common Threads Recycling Program.


Al's Sports
The Men's Nano Puff Pullover is wind- and water-resistant, very warm for its weight, highly compressible and can be worn as insulation or outerwear in cold climates.
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Also available for: Women
3-in-1 jacket:No
Activity:Climbing
Back length:Hip-length
Back length (in.):Unavailalbe
Clothing Fit:Regular Fit
Fabric:Polyester / polyester blend
Fill Weight:2.1 oz / 60 g
Fit:Regular Fit
Hood:No
Insulated:Yes
Insulation:60-g PrimaLoft® ONE 100% polyester
Insulation Type:Synthetic
Liner:1.4-oz 22-Denier 100% Recycled Polyester. Shell and Lining have a Deluge DWR (Durable Water Repellent) Finish
Material:1-oz 15-Denier 100% Recycled Polyester. Insulation: 60-g PrimaLoft One 100% Polyester (70% Recycled)
Packable:Yes
Shell:1-oz 15-denier 100% recycled polyester. Insulation
Shell and Lining:1.4-oz 22-denier 100% recycled polyester with a Deluge DWR (durable water repellent) finish. Insulation
Shell fabric:Recycled polyester
Shell lining fabric:Recycled polyester
Technologies:[eFibers, PrimaLoft One, Deluge DWR]
Waterproof:No
Weight:10.2 oz / 289 g
Windproof:No
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Patagonia Nano Puff Pullover Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

I've had this jacket for a few years now and have a love hate relationship with it. I've found that elastic on the waist (mens large 35in waist 5'11") is snug enough that the jacket stays up with any lifting of my arms so I don't wear it around town. It is also quite baggy for my 200lb frame. The finish is lower quality with traces of insulation making their way out of the seams. That being said, this is my go to backcountry ski jacket. The fit means that it can be taken on and off without much hassle and the pullover allows you to keep your gloves on while changing into or out of this layer. It's windproof and has been plenty warm. If you are ready to regulate the jacket to outdoor use, then pull the trigger. If you want something a bit more versatile then it is worth checking out the most excellent Arcteryx Atom Lt or my new favorite, the Rab Xenon X (kicks butt in the warmth to weight department)

JayBo at Backcountry.com on 10/24/2013

Excellent for rest stops and camp

I have a 40" chest, 31" waist, and am 5'10". Medium fits perfect. This garment serves very well to provide extra warmth and protection from wind when you are at rest. It is sized perfectly to fit over base layers and any mid layers like fleece that you might be wearing when you are active. I can't imagine actually hiking in one of these as it has poor breathability but then again, that is not what it is designed for. Get yourself a fleece. Climbers use these as a belay sweater.

It easily packs down into its own pocket and takes up little space in a pack. The zipper is nice and long to provide ventilation and to make it easy to put on or take off. Don't see the point of the jacket version and think Patagonia got it right when they originally came out with just this version.
Gardel at Rock/Creek Outfitters on 07/07/2013

Best of the best piece ever!

The next best thing to a Nano Puff Pullover would be to be covered with fur like the critters running around here in the Southeast Alaska rain forest. It surrounds you in a nice breathable layer of warm air to break the chill of any moving air, whether you're outside or in. Good as a mid and outer layer, have also used as a base layer for quick warm up after a cold water swim. The best about the Pullover is that the pocket is on the outside, which makes it easy to get to without having to unzip the main closure zipper- unlike my puff hoody. I have several pullovers and wear them all. Great for all adventures from travel to alpine expeditions and just plain old dirtbagging. Never leave home with out it! Would really like to see some nano pants for those chilly nights!
20Boz at Patagonia on 10/26/2013

An imperfect favorite

Having resigned to the fact that I need to upsize in Patagonia jackets, I've adjusted to having longer sleeves and torso lengths. Being 5'5" and 150 lbs, you'd think small would be just right, but that's never the case. They're perfect in sleeve, torso length, and neck, but the armholes are always tight constricting movement. With the latest cut (2013+) the chest got really slim, so medium actually fit properly in that dimension. Unfortunately, the sleeve and torso length remain too long. Thankfully, it isn't too bad, but not optimal. Even with these issues, the Nano Puff is a solid pullover. It's warm and layers well. It can even go 4 seasons if your winters are mild. I really like this jacket...I just wish the cut was a bit better so that I didn't have to compromise ultimate fit.
Bakeneko at Patagonia on 01/31/2014

great product for what it is

This is a great early-spring/late-fall layer by itself that keeps you warm with little weight or bulk penalty. It also shines as a midlayer when the temps really drop. Is it as warm as my down sweater? Not at all but I don't think it was ever meant to be. It's a great no-brainer garmet you can throw in your pack in case you may need it.

If I have one complaint, I didn't find this anywhere near "wind resistant." I usually run warm but I feel the wind's cold penetrating the Nano whenever it gets past 10 mph- which is quite often on the Eastern Shore.
Paul by the Sea at Rock/Creek Outfitters on 02/02/2013

Quite Frankly...amazing!

I've been eyeing the Nano Puff for years and finally picked one up this year. The weather is turning quickly here in Ohio and I've already had a chance to try it out. With just a thin T-Shirt beneath and a light rain shell layered on top, my Nano kept me perfectly comfortable in the middle of a freezing rain storm that turned to snow with 30 mph sustained wind speeds. It performed like an 800-fill down sweater! That, coupled with it's nearly non-existent weight and technical fit, will provide you with all the freedom of movement you'd ever need for any outdoor pursuit.
ChasR at Patagonia on 11/14/2013

Love this jacket

Just received a men's medium viking blue nano pullover. Love the fit and the feel of this! I am female, 5'7" and 150 lbs and the men's Medium fits me perfectly. The sleeves are nice and long and it falls at my lower hip. The color is beautiful. Couldn't find a color I liked in women's and glad the men's medium fit me so well. I know some people don't like the new sizing but I am great with it. Had I ordered a women's jacket, I would have ordered a large. Love how light the jacket is and how good it looks.
Janigirl at Patagonia on 12/19/2013

Great midlayer

The Nano Puff by Patagonia is the perfect mid-weight alternative to a fleece or down. The best part of the Nano is that it will keep you warm, even if it gets wet, the opposite of the effect of wet down.

It's very light, packs very small, and can be worn in place of a sweater to help block wind on cool days, or just throw on to warm up while outdoors. If you are looking for a very light, very compressible & warm, but not not, mid-layer, the Nano Puff is a great choice.
manukay at Rock/Creek Outfitters on 11/11/2009

powerfully light

The nano puff is an excellent item in the gear closet. I have worn it as a layer in 32 degree snow under a thin rain shell and has kept me warm with only a t-shirt under it. I'm 5'9", 40" chest, around 180lbs, with broad shoulders, and the medium fits great. It is a littler fuller in the body, so if you are looking for a slimmer fit, be aware. (Though i think the fall 2013 lineup has been slimmed up in the body) Excellent jacket, classic styling, easily stuffs into its own chest pocket.
RWS at Rock/Creek Outfitters on 10/10/2013

This is an amazingly warm, compressible jacket. I've used it on a few cold weather camping trips, and I often take it climbing as a belay jacket. It won't take much space (about the size of a softball if you're not cramming it together) and it WILL keep you warm. I picked it up on sale for around 102 dollars and I've been pretty pleased with it. However, the medium does run short on my torso (5'11"), but it doesn't matter too much as I'm often too warm to care. I love this puff.

Eric Santos at Backcountry.com on 10/15/2013

Negative Reviews:

Why, why, why...

Just bought allot of great stuff or so I thought. I currently own the same items from only a couple years ago - and the new versions in the nano puff jacket and pullover don't come close to fitting me now. Why did Patagonia make such drastic changes to a product that was so great before? As others have said these are way too tight in the fit from the chest area to waist. I compared my nano puff jackets and the new jacket was almost 4" narrower at the bottom of the jacket. I will return and not order a size larger because then the sleeves and chest will be too big. Bring back my old nano's! Please!
MarkNH at Patagonia on 02/07/2014

bad fit

The previous Nano pullover that I purchased fit great. I am 5'9'' and 150 lbs and a medium fit great. This new pullover is cut too tight. I am pretty slender so I really can not imagine who this pullover was designed to fit.
bluesky at Patagonia on 01/16/2014

Neutral Reviews:

Big difference between Medium and Large

First of all, Im A HUGE fan of Patagonia products, I just have a HUGE problem with Patagonia sizing. There is such a tremendous difference between their mens size L and mens size M in all their newer products. The nano puff tag says it is a "slim fit". I'm a size 41 coat with 33 waist, i ordered a size L in the nano puff pullover and it swallowed me whole. I went back to the store to try and exchange for a size M, and it was way too tight. It just seems like Patagonia is like alot of other clothing makers, in that they skip a size...size M is 38-40, where size L is 42-44...this leaves me hangin out to dry. Love the quality, feel, and look of the product. Just wish there wasn't such a huge sizing gap between size L and size M.
Somewhere in the Middle at Rock/Creek Outfitters on 03/03/2012

Close But No Cigar

Very nice pull-over. Lotus Green great color. But ...
fit in the waist/hip area was not good. I'm slim (5-10+, 135 lbs., 31 waist) and have several Patagonia jackets and vests in Small size, but this one simply was too tight at the hips or slightly above, and wanted to ride upwards all the time when walking, let alone any more rigorous activity, rather than hang with a little breathing room. Torso/shoulder space fine for my size for a fitted look. (Did not try the next size up to see if the problem could be eased without losing the proper fit in the torso/shoulder area.) Disappointed, and felt I had to return it.
Wheel at Patagonia on 01/18/2014

Not worth [$]

The garment is faily well-made, but the sizing is too large. The thread used to sew garment tends to fray. Disappointed in this item.
RT at Rock/Creek Outfitters on 01/01/2010

fine product

lite weight and easy to use great on those cool nites in the serria's of ca
william high trails at Rock/Creek Outfitters on 01/01/2012