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Patagonia Nano Puff Bivy Insulated Pullover - Women's

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    Light and warm.

    When sun is just a faint glow to the west and the stars are beginning to appear, slip into the Patagonia Women's Nano Puff Bivy Insulated Pullover and tackle those last few pitches you've been dying to climb. A brick quilting pattern keeps Patagonia's most thermally-efficient synthetic insulation in place for an even and warm fill that is also incredibly light. The windproof, water-repelling shell protects you on exposed belays, while the under-helmet hood offers an added layer of comfort and warmth.

    A kangaroo-style pocket lets you hide your hands from the wind and cold. The regular fit allows you to wear this jacket as a top-layer and doesn't add bulk when layered under a shell. A half-zip provides versatility and venting. The zippered chest drop-in keeps your essentials secure and doubles as a stuffsack for convenient carry and storage.

    • An alpine jacket that lets you keep the adventure going
    • Lightweight insulation for serious, eco-conscious warmth
    • Under-helmet hood for added protection
    • Zippered torso pocket keeps items secure and doubles as stuffsack
    • Regular fit for a variety of layering options
    • Patagonia's eco-friendly designs protects the world it helps you explore
    • Item #PAT01M4

    Tech Specs

    (shell and lining) 22D 100% recycled polyester, DWR finish
    Permaloft Gold Eco (100% polyester, 60g)
    kangaroo handwarmer, 1 zippered drop-in torso
    center front zip
    Claimed Weight
    11 oz
    Recommended Use
    alpine & expedition, climbing, skiing/snowboarding
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    A marsupium for your joey

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

    Overall, 5 stars because this jacket is sweet looking (that's all that really matters).


    This is a really unique look compared to what we have available to us - the kangaroo pouch is coming back in style! The contrasted colored zippers makes the jacket pop a little more and the colors are clutch, true to form for Patagonia.


    Let's be real folks - this jacket couldn't get more functional. Well, maybe if we added sleeve pockets and a chest zipper, but it isn't needed here. Your marsupium (derived from the Latin word "marsuppium," which means a purse or a pouch.) will hold anything you need for the day. I took a trip to Lowe's with my wallet, phone, keys, portable battery charger and 2 doorknobs in there. I looked a little puffier, but I wouldn't normally carry doorknobs. I hate purses and this thing makes it possible to ditch the bag. I also don't have to worry about things falling out of my pocket. I don't recommend actually putting a child in there - I tried and he almost fit (10 lb baby, in case you wondered). The kangaroo pouch is SEPARATE from side hand entry pocket - so it's almost like you have two pockets, but they occupy the same belly space. I find it easier to put my phone in side entry pocket and everything else in the pouch so I don't have to dig for my phone.


    If I could rate this separately, I would. I'd probably give it a 4 star. That said, we all know Primaloft just doesn't compare to real down, but it's a lot easier to take care of. It's all about preference. I tested my nano puff out in below freezing temps as my main jacket source. I was not as toasty as I am in my Ghost Whisperer:

    I wear the GW every day as my main - but the nano puff just wasn't made for those temps on it's own. If it's a chilly day in the office, treat it like a hoody and it's perfect, and you might actually get too warm. Throw on a shell or another jacket over the nano puff and you will be golden - it insulates as it's supposed to. I was perfectly warm with another jacket over top and just kept the nano puff on as a hoody.

    My only other complaint is that after about 2 wears, I started to notice the primaloft fuzz coming out of the seams a bit. This is minor, but I don't want to lose all the insulation over time! It's not noticeable unless you pay super close attention.

    THE HOOD (yes this gets its own section):

    Without a scarf, my neck would have froze. Some jackets have a puffy enough hood to kind of keep the wind out when the hood is down. This hood is DESIGNED for a helmet, so it's super small laying on your back - but once you pull it up, that thing will keep ALL air out. And you will look like you are getting ready to go up in space. If you need that kind of security in your life, this hood is the bomb diggity. I don't really and only pull it up to get a few laughs. It will surely matte your hair down and leave an elastic marking on your forehead, but if you have a helmet on, that thing isn't going anywhere.

    THE FIT:

    Runs a bit small. I am a Medium in Patagonia through and through and sometimes find their stuff to run a little big. Because of the material of this jacket - it doesn't have any give or stretch, so getting it on over my shoulders and situated makes me not want to take it off a million times, but once it's on, it fits perfectly. The only part that is a bit snug is around my hips, but I have bigger hips. I am 5'2" and a size 6 or 8 in pants, but because I am shorter, it probably hits me lower that it will if you are taller and the hip thing might not even be an issue. I have a medium in this, I typically wear small or medium in Women's clothing. I feel like a large would be too big on me in the shoulders and look silly, and a small would be too tight around my hips.

    Overall, I say GET THIS JACKET!! :)

    A marsupium for your joey

    Favorite Nano Puff

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

    I have several nano puff jackets and this is my absolute favorite. It’s like the cozy hooded sweatshirt of nano puffs. Love the big hand warmer pocket and the hood for extra warmth. Fits true to size with room to layer underneath.

    In love!

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

    I haven't ever had a Nano puff, but I knew I would love it because I have always heard great things. My favorite feature is the front zipper pocket. I stick my phone, cards, and keys in there and know that they will not fall out. The hood is perfect because it comes all the way down to your forehead and easily fits over a beanie, or under a helmet. This jacket is perfect for fall, but then also great under a ski coat for extra insulation on those cold snowy ski days. A definite YES to the Nano pullover!

    Nano Puff Pullover

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

    I have a nano puff jacket already, but had to pick up this pullover version as soon as I saw it. I ordered size small, which is my normal size for Patagonia, and this fit exactly as expected. I love being able to put my hands in the kangaroo pocket when it gets a little chilly.

    I usually wear a medium to a large shirt, my northface coat is a medium. I have a larger chest so I am wondering if I should get a Medium or Large of the patagonia nano puff pullover.

    Hey Jessica,

    I think you would fit well in a size Medium in this pullover. I also have trouble finding clothes that fit well with a large chest, and Patagonia's styles are generally a bit boxier and accommodate our body type well. If you have any other questions don't hesitate to reach out. My number is 8012044694 and my email is