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Patagonia Nano-Air Hooded Insulated Jacket - Women's

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    Stretchy and insulated.

    Let Patagonia be the first to welcome you to the new age of athletically oriented insulation with the Women's Nano-Air Hooded Insulated Jacket. This game-changing piece of outerwear blends the stretch and flexibility of fleece with the breathability and warmth of synthetic insulation. If you're leading the skin track in the backcountry and your crew isn't quite as speedy as you are, you'll be glad the Nano-Air hoodie breathes yet holds heat while you wait for the stragglers to reach you.
    Ripstop nylon on the outside gives this stretchy jacket a bit of a stiff upper lip in the face of rough rocks and nasty branches. Nylon plain weave on the inside slips over your silkweight baselayer without giving you grief. Proprietary FullRange insulation isn't stuck in place—like you, it breathes deeply and stretches. Whether you're climbing during the last days of fall or stabbing your ski pole for an extra hit of stability along a narrow traverse, the Nano-Air moves with you.
    The slim fit means this jacket won't interfere with your on-rock or off-piste plans. The hood stays close to your head for a trim profile. If it gets a wisp too windy, zip the full-height collar closed to protect your neck and chin from bitter breezes. Two smaller chest pockets are harness compatible for easy access to snacks, lip balm, or your credit-card sized camera. Two larger hand pockets hold gloves and full-sized energy bars.

    • 20D nylon ripstop face fabric, mechanical stretch, DWR finish
    • 50D nylon plain weave lining, mechanical stretch, DWR finish
    • 60g FullRange polyester stretch insulation
    • Slim fit
    • Hood
    • 2 chest pockets
    • 2 hand pockets
    • Item #PAT00HU

    Tech Specs

    Material
    [face fabric] 20D nylon ripstop, DWR coating, [lining] 50D nylon
    Insulation
    60g synthetic
    Fit
    slim
    Length
    hip
    Hood
    yes
    Pockets
    2 chest, 2 hand
    Claimed Weight
    12.4 oz
    Recommended Use
    hiking & camping, casual
    Manufacturer Warranty
    lifetime

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    Most likely my favorite jacket.

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
    • Fit: True to size
    • Size Bought: Small

    The performance of this jacket is unrivaled. Patagonia really outdid themselves with the construction of this piece. Like all the reviews below me, there has rarely been a time in which that I've felt as though I needed to remove my jacket because I'm too warm. It consistently regulates my body temperature and offers a stellar warmth-to-weight ratio when I need it. The fit is pretty on point, and stays true to Patagonia's Alpine Fit, which is to say it has a slimmer fit than say the Patagonia Nano Puff or Down Jacket. Not only that, but this piece layers amazingly. This is pretty much my do-everything jacket (hiking, daily use, skiing, climbing, etc) and to say the least I'm obsessed with it. It does get a little on the stinky side, but it's synthetic and that's to be expected. I'm typically a size XS in Patagonia's products across the board, though sometimes I purchase a Small in the Alpine Fit to accommodate for more layering beneath the item in question.

    I will speak to the fabric pilling as I've experienced this myself - I typically just tossed the jacket in the wash and that has absolved the pilling problem, though my husband has one as well and his has endured the pilling far more than mine has. We took a sweater stone to the material and thus far it's held up fine with no holes, though I can see it being problematic and potentially detrimental to the overall integrity of the fabric considering how thin it is.

    purchase of the season

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times
    • Fit: True to size
    • Size Bought: large

    I had been eyeing this jacket for more than a year. The first thing I was so attracted to was how soft the fabric is. Secondly, as i learned more about it, the performance is what really grabbed my attention. Going ski touring with friends I noticed how the could comfortably keep it on while I was constantly sweating in my down puffy, contemplating whether I should keep in on or take it off. When you're tired and trying to keep up with your buds, its a big deal. Since purchasing this jacket, I have gone on 2 big spring ski tours and a handful other activities. Its light and breathable. I purchased the Chartreuse, which is a loud color but also reflects the sun nicely. I was able to sleep in my sleeping bag comfortably, staying warm but not sweaty, and of course it is super soft and comfy. So glad I made this purchase. Also, shout out to Backcountry's incredible customer service. I chose the wrong shipping option and they fixed it immediately. Then I bought a couple more items and Gearhead Conner Johnson called me to thank me for my purchase and see if I had any further questions. It made me feel so special!

    Comfort and functionality

      This hoodie is out of this world!! So soft and comfortable. I have other jackets for other reasons and this one fits a particular role. If you need a hoodie that feels like a cloud is hugging you and let's your body heat out, then look no further. The nano air lets you be physically active and still stay warm and cozy. I mainly use this for climbing, hiking, running, and lounging around the house. If you're on the fence, get it.

      Best Coat I've Ever Owned

      • Familiarity: I've used it several times
      • Fit: True to size
      • Size Bought: small

      This jacket is nice and warm yet breathable. It's nice and light weight for stuffing into your backpack. I wear it everyday to school and every night for walking my dogs.

      Must have piece

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
      • Fit: True to size
      • Size Bought: XS

      I bought the Patagonia Nano Air Hooded Insulated Jacket for my wife as a present to replace some older fleece mid-layers. Everyone should think about replace their old fleeces with one of these as the material is superior (breathable and range of motion) and it feels and wears light than fleece. It is also a great standalone piece in the spring and fall (or winter in CA). My wife is 5'6" and 108 lbs and the XS fits great

      What a fabulous jacket

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
      • Fit: True to size
      • Size Bought: xs

      It feels and looks great. What I love most about it is that it breathes. This is a great jacket if you are doing any kind of outdoor workout because you don't get overheated. It's a slim fit and you should measure yourself and follow the chart. I have an XS but should've ordered the small. (Wishful thinking on my part, so it will hopefully force me to lose that five pounds of excess weight I have.)

      heaven

      • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
      • Fit: True to size
      • Size Bought: XS

      I've worn it a couple of times in weather ranging from the mid 20s to low 40s, with only a mid-weight Patagonia capilene base layer shirt underneath. I was completely comfortable even standing still at the colder end of that spectrum, all zipped up. At the higher end of the temperature spectrum, during or after intense exertion, I had to unzip and my arms felt a bit warm -- but not so warm that I had to take the jacket off. And if a breeze kicked up, the sun hid, or I slowed down, I zipped up at least part way.

      Amazingly light for the amount of warmth it delivers. I have other ultra-light jackets, but this is the warmest. The cut of the hood, with the zipper coming up so high in front, and so much of the head being covered adds a lot of warmth. Its stretchiness makes it extremely comfortable. There's so little weight or bulk. I love that I don't need anything beyond a base layer underneath. It is a joy to hike in.

      I hope the weather stays cold this winter so I have many more opportunities to wear this jacket!

      lives up to the hype.

      • Familiarity: I've used it several times
      • Fit: Runs large
      • Size Bought: small

      Really does live up to the hype. My new go-to mid or outer layer for splitboard touring in these early-mid winter (ie. cold) conditions. Closest thing I've found to live up to the "put it on, leave it on" advertising claim (ie. really is breathable, yet warm). Only (minor) downsides is the outer material is relatively delicate (watch yourself near camp stoves, etc) and not wind-resistant, but that's not why you're buying this. I want another.

      lives up to the hype.

      Slight Obsession :)

        There isn't much that I haven't done in this jacket. Its extremely comfy and the stretchiness makes it very versatile. Its great on its own or with a shell over it for cold/windy days. I am around 5 foot 7 130 pound, I wear a medium. The arms were too short in the small and I don't like things too tight.



        I do agree with the previous reviews, after one use with a backpack, the fabric started pilling. But buy an electric fabric razor for $7 and that's no longer a problem :)



        Iv'e never regretted buying this jacket. Its amazing. Just go for it!

        Slight Obsession :)

        Fabric Pilling

        • Familiarity: I've used it several times
        • Fit: True to size

        I am disappointed. I have only had this jacket for a month. The fabric in the back of the jacket is pilling and has a tiny hole. I have not been on any rough hikes, only a few trail hikes. I mostly wear the jacket riding bike on my commute to work. I love the light weight and the way the jacket feels but I am afraid it will not be a long lasting backcountry jacket that I had hoped for. Not worth the price.

        Is it weird to want to wear it 24/7?

        • Familiarity: I've used it several times
        • Fit: True to size

        Believe the hype on this one. I have a the nano vest & hoodie, this air is way more versatile and feels great on! The material doesn't feel like a jacket at all, more like a stretchy shamios or something! It is outta this world feeling! I think it feels warmer partially due to the feel of the cloth like material vs a cold & slick typical nylon jacket lining.

        The contrasting stitching gives the jacket shape & style, along with great fit & feel, stitching where you need it, none where you want the most movement & stretch. 4 huge & well placed pockets that zip and hide the zipper pulls. The hood is a must have, I think, for broadening it's temp range and usefulness in general.

        I have worn this for both active and casual pursuits and it handles all equally as well. So much so that you do forget to take it off when inside! I wore mine for probably an hour plus before my hubby asked me if we were having a "jacket style dinner" as I was cooking our food with it on! Oops! But strangely enough, I have actually contemplated wearing it lounging around in our cool basement while we play billiards & air hockey. It is just so dreamy!

        Sizing is spot on, I am 5'3" and 120lbs. I wear a S in Patagonia and this Air is no different.

        I love this jacket.....so much so that the initial sticker shock is gone now and I am contemplating getting it in another color! It is THAT awesome!

        Great Jacket

        • Familiarity: I've used it several times
        • Fit: True to size

        I bought this jacket as I wanted one item that would cover a multitude of temperatures and activities and could also be scrunched up smallish to pack when not in use. In cooler weather, I usually wear a wool short sleeved tshirt under my North Face Nuptse and then have to remove the jacket almost immediately as I heat up so fast. And I'm not a fan of wearing long sleeved tshirts or sweaters just because they feel restrictive when I bend my arms (so fussy!).



        The Nano Air is fantastic! Roomy enough on the arms that it doesn't bunch up or get annoying (there's room to wear long sleeves underneath if you want). Good at keeping my core warm and protecting against wind, and compressible enough that I can wear it under a rain jacket without looking like a marshmallow. I wore it at the beginning of a bike ride and the back was long enough to cover my back when bent over.



        I will add, I live in Norcal and it's not a jacket I'd wear when the temps get above 60 degrees as it does generate heat (but that could also be me as I have a high metabolism). And I have yet to try it on a chilly day in the snow, but so far I'm happy with it. I'm 120lb/5'5" and a small fits perfectly.

        Would live in it...

        • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
        • Fit: True to size

        I would rather not ever take this jacket off. It seems to magically adjust to whatever temperature you're presently in. Its fit is super flattering and its just as easy to wear it out around down town as it is to wear it on a fall hike. The only I'm a little bummed about is some slight pilling on the right shoulder...not really sure why its happening but I love it to much to give it only four stars for that.

        Worth the hype?

        • Familiarity: I've used it several times
        • Fit: True to size

        I bought this jacket for a mountain bike trip in Idaho. It sounded perfect for the expected conditions and if the hype were true about its breathability, it would be perfect for cycling. I usually wear a SM in Patagonia and this jacket fits great (I am 5'6" 129 lbs). It is great for cycling because the arms are long; it is clearly designed to be moved in. I have other articles in the Nano product line and like them, this jacket is surprisingly warm. I wore it between about 40 and 60 degrees. It is definitely more breathable than the other Nano products, although I also got some of the temperature adjustment the old fashioned way -- by opening the zipper. I would definitely spring for the hooded model as it extends the warmth range of the jacket. Another plus over the other Nano jackets is this is a nice looking, fitted jacket with great pockets. It fit nicely under my rain shell when that was needed. I plan to keep this and sell my regular Nano jacket.

        Worth the hype?