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Patagonia Men's Nano Puff Jacket.
Windproof and water-resistant, the full-zip Nano Puff® Jacket 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. Take our classic Nano Puff® Pullover, add a full-length zipper for greater all-around ease and, presto, the Nano Puff Jacket - an insulated jacket in spring squalls, a sleek micro-belay parka on chilly rock routes and a thermal midlayer all in one. The wind-blocking, moisture-shedding 100% recycled polyester shell glides effortlessly, worn by itself or as a midlayer. Low-bulk, hydrophobic, highly compressible PrimaLoft® ONE (60-g) insulation traps heat with remarkable efficiency, even when wet. This season we’ve improved the fit with more shaping through the torso and waist, and added a soft, wicking interior storm flap and zipper garage for chin comfort when zipped up. 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 jacket stuffs away into an internal zippered chest pocket that has a carabiner clip-in loop. It also has two zippered handwarmer pockets, elasticized cuffs and a dual-adjust drawcord hem to seal out wind and seal in 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. Center-front zipper has wicking interior storm flap and zipper garage at chin for next-to-skin comfort. Two zippered handwarmer pockets have clean finished zipper garages; zippered internal chest pocket doubles as a self-stuff sack with a reinforced carabiner clip-in loop. Drawcord-adjustable drop tail hem seals 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: 335 g (11.8 oz).
Patagonia Nano Puff Jacket - Men's: Windproof and water-resistant, the full-zip Nano Puff Jacket is made with warm, incredibly lightweight, highly compressible 60-g PrimaLoft ONE insulation. Ideal as an insulating layer or outerwear in cold climates.
Take our classic original Nano Puff Pullover, add a full-length zipper for greater all-around ease and you have the versatile Nano Puff Jacket. It is windproof and weather-resistant enough to wear as an insulated shell in a sudden squall, 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 an outer or midlayer. Low-bulk, hydrophobic, highly compressible PrimaLoft ONE (60-g) insulation traps heat with remarkable efficiency, even when wet. It packs down to practically nothing and stuffs into an internal zippered chest pocket that has a carabiner clip-in loop. It also has two zippered handwarmer pockets, elasticized cuffs and a dual-adjust drawcord hem to seal out wind and seal in warmth.
Ultralight ripstop recycled polyester shell fabric has a Deluge DWR (durable water repellent) finish.
Lightweight 60-g PrimaLoft ONE insulation provides excellent warmth and compressibility.
Unique quilt pattern holds insulation in place for durability.
Zippered Pockets: Two handwarmers, one internal chest pocket (doubles as stuff sack) with a reinforced carabiner clip-in loop.
Dual-adjust drawcord hem seals out wind.
Shell: 1-oz 15-denier 100% recycled polyester. Insulation: 60-g PrimaLoft® ONE 100% polyester (70% recycled). Lining: 1.4-oz 22-denier 100% recycled polyester. Shell and lining have a Deluge® DWR (durable water repellent) finish.
354 g (12.5 oz)
Made in Vietnam.
We recycle used soda bottles, unusable second quality fabrics and worn out garments into polyester fibers to produce many of our clothes.
The human body uses energy to keep warm. PrimaLoft uses a patented microfiber structure to help the body retain warmth and conserve energy. Available as PrimaLoft ECO or PrimaLoft One.
The Men's Nano Puff Jacket by Patagonia is an ultra-light jacket durable enough to withstand the chilly temperatures of the year with ease. A unique quilt pattern on this Patagonia jacket holds insulation in place, while two handwarmer pockets keep your precious little hands nice and warm. If you have big hands and are proud of them, I didn't mean to offend you. Really, I apologize.
Patagonia Nano Puff Jacket - Men's: Windproof and water-resistant, the full-zip Nano Puff Jacket is made with warm, incredibly lightweight, highly compressible 60-g PrimaLoft ONE insulation The Nano is ideal as an insulating layer under a shell or outerwear in cold climates. Easily packable piece that could be essential if the weather changes on you quickly.
Who likes getting out of sleeping bags in the morning when it's cold out? Nobody, unless you have the Patagonia Men's Nano Puff Insulated Jacket to ease the chill. With the recycled polyester exterior and PrimaLoft One insulation, your top half will feel like you never left your sleeping bag. Wear this Nano as your top layer on chilly backpacking mornings, and layer it under your ski shell for mid-winter storms. When it gets too warm, you can pack it down into its chest pocket and clip it to your pack or harness until you need to get hot and cozy again.
Ideal for everything from backpacking to climbing to around town use, the Patagonia Men’s Nano Puff Jacket delivers lightweight, packable warmth featuring a PrimaLoft synthetic insulation that excels in damp and cold conditions.
Patagonia's Nano Puff Jacket features: a unique quilt pattern, dual-adjust drawcord hem, and two zippered handwarmers.
|Back length (in.):||27.5 inches|
|Clothing Fit:||Regular Fit|
|Country of Origin:||Vietnam|
|Fabric:||Polyester / polyester blend|
|Fill Weight:||2.1 oz / 60 g|
|Insulation:||60-g PrimaLoft® ONE 100% polyester|
|Insulation Material:||PrimaLoft One Synthetic (60g)|
|Item Weight:||11.8 oz|
|Liner:||1.4-oz 22-Denier 100% Recycled Polyester|
|Lining:||1.4 oz, 22 denier 100 percent Recycled Polyester|
|Material:||Shell and Lining: 1.4-oz 22-Denier 100% Recycled Polyester with a Deluge DWR (Durable Water Repellent) Finish|
|Number of Pockets:||2|
|Pockets:||Two Zippered Handwarmer Pockets; One Internal Zippered Chest Pocket, Doubles as a Stuff Sack and Has a Carabiner Clip-In Loop|
|Recommended Use:||Alpine Climbing, Snowsports, Winter Hiking and Everyday Wear|
|Recycled Polyester:||We recycle used soda bottles, unusable second quality fabrics and worn out garments into polyester fibers to produce many of our clothes.|
|Shell:||1-oz 15-denier 100% recycled polyester. Insulation|
|Shell Material:||22D Recycled Polyester Ripstop w/ Deluge DWR|
|Shell and Lining:||1.4-oz 22-denier 100% recycled polyester with a Deluge® DWR (durable water repellent) finish. Insulation|
|Shell fabric:||Ripstop recycled polyester|
|Shell lining fabric:||Recycled polyester|
|Technologies:||[eFibers, PrimaLoft One, Deluge DWR]|
|Weight:||11.8 oz / 334 g|
|Zippered Pockets:||Two handwarmers, one internal chest pocket (doubles as stuff sack) with a reinforced carabiner clip-in loop|
|Patagonia Nano Puff Hooded Insulated Jacket||$186.75|
|Patagonia Nano Puff Hoody||$173.99 - $249.00|
|Patagonia Nano Puff Hybrid Jacket||$174.00 - $269.00|
|Patagonia Nano Puff Vest||$103.95 - $149.00|
Found past year's model on a deal for 89$, felt like I was obligated to not pass it up. Very light, compresses and packs fairly small (about the size of a stuffed sandwich size zip-lock bag), and very warm. Took this on a late November day hike in the low 40's, threw it in the pack (32L) for when we stopped for an hour and grilled and drank beer. It was very chilly on our lookout point, but this kept me warm and most importantly, deflected the rigid wind that tortured my friends. Then, I hiked out, mostly downhill, with this on, and was very comfortable. It seemed to be decently breathable as I didn't get swampy-hot (though I wasn't exerting too intensely). Often times I'll throw it on to run an errand because it's so light and easy, anywhere from mid 40's down to 20's. The other day underneath the Nano Puff I had on a t-shirt with a fairly light flannel shirt over it, and I was cozy in the high teens. With a solid fleece underneath... I'd imagine the toastiest goodness.
cheers: comfortable. useability- being so light, warm, and packable, this will go with me on any backpacking/camping trip I go on. Daypack or weekpack, this will squeeze in (or clip on)
gripes: It is a bit boxy/roomy for me (I do have past season model), which makes me wonder if its completely thermally efficient. Also looks a bit droopy and goofy when the waist is synched tight. I am fairly short though, 5'8 170#
I would definitely recommend it, especially if you can get it for a good deal. A great piece to have in your arsenal
This review is on a 2012 vintage Nano Puff.
This has got to be my my most used insulation layer for my day-to-day, hiking/backpacking adventures. I use the hooded version of this jacket for as a lightweight belay jacket for the mild temperatures of Southern New Mexico. But the jacket version is by far my most used.
This thing is COMFORTABLE! It's roomy fit is a curse to some, but I find it welcoming when lounging around camp in the morning or the campfire in the evening. This would not make a ideal insulation layer for high execration outputs as it's not the most breathable, but works well for that extra kick of warmth when you slow down/stop. Packs up nicely into it's chest pocket and clips onto a harness/pack strap nicely when you get your butt back on the move. It would have to be really freaking cold to need this thing while you're moving! I'd look more into something like a Arc'teryx Atom LT if you need something to insulate while moving due to the increased breathability.
In addition to the impressive warmth of this lightweight puffy, I also find it to be just as impressive at cutting the wind. It's draw cord around the waist works well, and the lightweight nylon shell cuts the breeze quite well. It's also surprisingly durable, but far from "burly".
This jacket is warm, packable, breathable, and lightweight. This nano puff jacket has no hood, which lends a more professional look when I wear it to work. I have the same nano puff hoodie jacket and while the hood works and fits well, it just doesnt look as nice (in work setting) as the collar on this jacket.
I have worn this outside of work during hikes, camping, work around the house and it is just the best jacket for everything.
I would recommend this jacket to anyone, and only say that if its raining out, you will likely get wet as it doesnt repel. You will be warm, but the jacket can get wet for sure. Patagonia is a rad company and this is one of the only reviews I have ever written, because I believe in their company.
I wear a 17"x34 shirt and usually buy large tagged shirts and jackets. This jacket is a large and fits me perfectly.
I own a previous-season (2012/2013) Nano Puff and love that jacket to death. I wear it constantly, whether it's around town or skiing and hiking. I love it so much I decided to get a second.
Unfortunately, while much of the newer model (2013/2014) Nano Puff is the same or improved--the shell material feels better, the quilting is improved over the old model, and the zippers are nicer than the last-season model--the sizing on the new model has changed quite a bit. It's longer (which is great!) but the silhouette is significantly slimmer than the old model. To wit: I'm 6' and 185lbs. and a medium in the old jacket fits me great--enough room for a fleece underneath, but slim enough to wear a shell on top for those heavy rain/snow days. The new jacket in a medium is super tight, particularly in the chest but throughout the torso as a whole. It fails the jacket fit test (bear hug yourself and see if the jacket feels really tight or pulls in the chest, back, or arms to make sure a jacket gives you enough mobility) for me while the old one passed with flying colors. The large is still way too large.
You listening, Patagonia? Bring back the old pattern for the Nano Puff! I'll buy three!