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Warm as a midlayer or outer jacket.

The Patagonia Men's Nano Puff Hooded Insulated Jacket is your go-to layer for any cold occasion whether it is morning ski sessions or rappelling in the dark, and it works as your top jacket for walking across town in the winter. The recycled polyester has a DWR finish, a slick feel, and a sleek look. When it gets too warm, you can pack this Nano down into its chest pocket and clip it to your harness or pack for later when it gets cold again.

  • Ultralight recycled polyester has a DWR finish to repel water, and wind glides over its slick coating so you stay warm in cold conditions
  • PrimaLoft One polyester insulation provides warmth even if it gets wet and allows the jacket to pack down small
  • Elasticized hood covers most low-volume helmets or compresses under any helmet to add warmth to your head
  • Stuff this hooded in its chest pocket and use the pocket's loop to attach it to your carabiner so you can take it with you on full-day excursions
  • Dual-adjusted drawcord hem keeps cold out and heat in
  • Two hand-warming pockets and one chest pocket

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5 5

Light Weight!

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

This jacket is SUPER light weight and warm. This is great for when you are out being active in the colder temps. Great quality and packs into its own pocket. Great for traveling

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Do you like the fit better then the women's? I typically don't like women's cut jackets.

4 5

So far so good

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

Actually had to exchange the jacket from a medium to a large. I bought it for rock climbing in cold weather. I'm about 5'10'', 165 pounds, athletic build. Large fits very well, a tiny smidge big in the belly, but generally a nice athletic trim fit. I have a +6 ape index and the sleeves are long enough they don't ride up my arms when I reach overhead for a hold. Has just enough stretch that it doesn't seem to restrict my movement at all, which is hard to find. Hood fits well and the neck zips up nice and high so drafts don't come down the front or back and chill you. Doubt you could fit the hood OVER a helmet, but probably could put it under one if you needed to. Super extra light, which is very nice. My only concern with it is how well it will hold up against rock rash and abrasions. I've scrubbed it a bit on some rough Pennsylvania diabase boulders and it didn't get damaged, but I haven't really put it through the ringer yet. May be too light for really bitter cold, but if it makes it through this spring and fall without any fatal signs of wear from the rock, I'll buy the Patagonia Down Sweater Full Zip Hoodie and wear the Nano underneath. Very happy with the jacket, only a little concerned that it could rip on really sharp rock. Only reason I'm giving it 4 instead of 5 stars.

Nanopuff three ways

Nanopuff three ways

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From a spring day in the Wasatch-Splitboard mountaineering in the morning, crushing the river in the afternoon. Wore the Nanopuff from sun up to sun down.

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Great day of CRUSHING....I'm impressed Dan!

5 5

awesome shoulder season jacket

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

I have religiously used the Patagonia micropuff for about 7years. After many tears and rips the zipper finally broke and it was time to find a replacement. I wanted something a little smaller and the nanopuff fit the bill. I use this jacket as an insulation piece when splitboarding and alpine climbing, it provides the perfect warmth for spring fly fishing, and keeps the chill off as i'm riding my motorcycle downtown. It packs up into it's own pocket which is nice for hanging off the harness or keeping the pack small.
In terms of sizing I would say this runs a little more trim than patagonia's somewhat standard boxy fit. I am 5'8" and around 140-150 depending on the season and how much ben and jerry's i've been eating. if you wanted to wear this over a lot of layers I would size up for sure, but as a mid layer it is the perfect fit. In the black color it is really classy(well about as classy as I get) looking to wear out to dinner as well. Couldn't be happier so far. Will update after a season of climbing, fishing, and thrashing about.

Nano Puff Hoody video review

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Patagonia designer Christian shares his thoughts on the Nano Puff Hoody

5 5

Perfect layer for sub freeze temps

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

Tennessee guy who often travels up north and bought this jacket for a week trip to Michigan. Temps never reached above 32 the whole time and was often in single digit temps and teens. So this jacket was perfect as a top layer to add that extra warmth. Even the pockets are great to keep hands warm when gloves can't quite cut it.

Also love the portability of this jacket and ability to fold it up to a smal pillow. Perfect to use on a plane, car, anywhere you could use a little extra neck and head support.

Perfect layer for sub freeze temps
5 5

warm, light ,pack able,great pillow

  • Gender: Male
  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I have had the nano puffy hoody for over a year now and have worn it for general wearing around town, camping, ice climbing,skiing. It packs down nice and small in the pack able pocket that is built in. Can't really say enough good things about this jacket. It runs a little on the large side but not so much that you should go down a size, it is designed to have extra room for layering underneath. BUY THIS JACKET!! you won't regret it!

warm, light ,pack able,great pillow
5 5

Warm, Packable, Functional

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

I spent over a month analyzing and comparing Puff Primaloft One Jackets. I travel a lot cross country for work and needed something warm, light/packable, functional. All these 3 are achieved.

Warm: I did not believe others' reviews that it's warm, because it looks so thin. I tested as follows: I think of myself more sensitive to cold than others and I usually get cold on the airplane because the AC is too hi. So usually I wear T-Shirt, Swearshirt and a regular Columbia Sportswear Titanium jacket. This time I wore: a T-Shirt and the Patagonia Nano Puff Hooded only. It kept me really warm throughout the flight. Then I landed in Dallas at 8:30pm with 30 degrees F (about minus 4 Celcius), freezing drizzle rain and occasional wind gusts of 10 to 15 mph, again only T-Shirt and the Nano Puff. Still warm. I could feel a little bit the cold, but hey, I only had a T-shirt underneath!! When I added a medium weight sweatshirt, underneath, I kept toasty, while I noticed other travelers were shivering in the cold!!! :)

Light/Packable: You don't feel it wearing it and it squeezes into nothing in its own pocket. Even though, I don't see me packing it like that too often or for a long period of time, fearing that over time it might lose the puffiness and therefore the warmth of the jacket.

Functional: Large side hand pockets, allow for a large wallet or bean hat. Plenty of space. I like the large inside chest pocket, very large as well.

Improvements I would have liked:
- There is no synch, adjustment for the hoody, similar to the Patagonia DAS Parka. That would have been a very nice feature and something that really adds no weight to the jacket.
- Maybe two additional mesh pockets on the inside of the jacket, similar again to the Patagonia DAS Parka would be great and again would not hinder its packability.

5 5

A classic piece!

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

This is a solid insulating layer! I usually wear medium in Patagonia base and mid layers. I bought this in medium and it fits quite well!

5 5

Love it

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

My favorite midlayer, I wear this jacket more than any other piece of clothing I own. While skiing I wear the Capilene baselayer, the nano puff and a gore-tex shell and can stay warm even in single digit temps. Any colder and I grab my R1 fleece. I bought it for skiing, but wear it almost every day during the winter. Plus I look so damn good in it.

I am 5'9" and 160 lbs and I wear a large. I wear a bigger size than most people my height and weight, but prefer a looser fit and the option to put a few layers underneath for those really cold days. I also have long arms and the sleeves on the large fit perfect.

5 5

The Possibilities are Endless!

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

I am in love with my Nano Puff. It is soft, warm and very comfortable. I use it for a mid-layer while snowboarding. With a Patagonia Capilene baselayer, this Nano Puff, and a Volcom Snowboard jacket I can stay warm in Sub-zero temperatures (0 - -10 degree). A lot better option then wearing lots layers that restrict your movement while riding. It is lightweight materials allow you to have free movement. I also use this jacket for walking around Salt Lake City in the winter. I am comfortable wearing a t-shirt and a Nano Puff in temperatures ranging from (15 - 45 degrees). I can't wait to use this jacket this spring/summer/fall to warm up after arriving to my campground while backpacking. It is a packable lightweight jacket prefect for backpacking. The possibilities with a Nano Puff are endless! I plan on keeping mine until it falls apart! I am 5'9 and 185 pounds with big shoulders and wear the XL.

5 5

Great Spring/Fall insulation layer

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

As the other review indicates, this jacket is great for spring, fall and summer use. It is a little on the light side for winter use here in the Canadian Rockies.

Fit - I am 5'8", 165lbs and the medium fits well.

Construction - On par with other Patagonia offerings. Has held up to being stuffed inside my pack and wear around town.

 Patagonia Nano Puff Hooded

Patagonia Nano Puff Hooded

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5 5

Seasonally perfect

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

The Nano Puff is an excellently crafted jacket, I use it for an outlayer on summer backpacking trips (although I always bring an ultralight shell in case of rain) and in the winter I use it as a midlayer when skiing. It is incredibly light, packs down to almost nothing, and holds heat very well. I wouldn't recommend it as an outerlayer in temps sub 40 unless you are layering alot, but the weight of this jacket means it is pretty versatile in any setting. Plus it looks great.
I have no complaints about the fit of the jacket, and its durable enough to hike in with a 60lb pack.

Bottom line: Excellent lightweight jacket for spring, summer, or fall, but ya better add some layers if its wintertime.

Nano in continental ice

Nano in continental ice

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Best jacket ever. Here the last time I wore it. The y stole it and in Argentina it is diffcult to get another

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