Synonymous with sleek and the jacket equivalent of an Italian luxury sports car, the Nau Synfill Insulated Pullover for Men looks sharp and is built for enduring the wayward weather of New England or the facetious winds of Washington. The Synfill is crafted with a synthetic, activated carbon fiber that is derived from coconuts and in turn blended into a recycled polyester insulation. Consequently, this fiber not only dries faster and resists odors, but it also provides an unbelievably high warmth-to-weight ratio.
Outfitted with a comfortable, bespoked fit, this jacket packs down easily and can be easily thrown into your messenger bag should the winds bring fair weather. On the other hand, should the tides change and bring rain, the Synfill is equipped with a water repellent finish and the synthetic insulation keeps you warm, even when wet. The diamond-quilted baffling, five snap placket, and attached hood ensure simultaneous style with protection.
- 3.75 synthetic insulation (formerly Cocona)
- Attached hood
- DWR finish
- Snap placket
- Drawcord hem
- Elastic cuffs
- Item #NAU004X
- Q & A
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
- Fit: True to size
- Size Bought: Small
I purchased this as a gift for my husband and this is what he had to say
"Sometimes you want a layer to work for you without all of the frills, and sometimes you want a synthetic puffy to wear around without looking like every other dope in the same nanopuff (not throwing shade, that layer works real well too). What do I love most about this jacket? Probably that it doesn't have any branding on it, it's just simple. What else to I love about it? It's a little heavier than most synthetic layers, so it's going to be perfect to not have to throw another jacket over in the winter for quick trips around town. The hood is mega comfy, and the pullover styling is so simple and so, so nice. I love it. The only feedback that I would have for NAU is that the hand pocket is a little small to get my large bear paws into, but it's nothing to call home about in terms of a deal-breaker."