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Lightweight and warm in all weather.

The Patagonia Men's Nano Puff Hooded Insulated Jacket will quickly become your go-to for everything from quick walks to the store to alpine climbs. The Primaloft One synthetic insulation keeps you warm, even if it gets wet, and a tailored, active fit helps maintain your mobility. 

  • Water-resistant and windproof fabric keeps you comfy in light snowstorms and chilly belays
  • 100%-Recycled polyester shell easily glides over your base layer or fits smoothly underneath your waterproof shell
  • 60g PrimaLoft One insulation spits in the face of cold weather and keeps you warm on the arctic chairlift ride
  • Compress into the interior zippered chest pocket, then slide the clip-in loop through your carabiner for easy carry on multi-pitch trad climbs
  • Light, comfy hood over your head for extra warmth
  • Elasticized cuffs and dual-adjust drawcord hem seal in warmth and block out wind
  • Recycle the Nano Puff through the Common Threads Recycling Program after decades of abuse

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5 5

Best jacket for everything.

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

I had the down sweater jacket but was too hot for a "do everything" jacket. The nano is slim, light, warm, and surprisingly durable. Oh yeah, and you an wear it with anything. People love to compliment you on your jacket, and women can't resist hitting on you.

Mine has been with me around the world and still looks close to new. After 4 years and 25 countries, it's the one article of clothing that makes life better.

4 5

Awesome-O

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

This jacket is great. I use it as a mid layer and an outer layer around town. I have a size small and I'm a fairly slender dude. 5'9" 130. I feel like Patagonia seems to have a more "short" like torso fit but that could just be me. Anything on my body type that isn't "slim fit" feels boxy to me.

This jacket functions like it's supposed to. I ended up getting poured on in Spain and only had this jacket. I stayed fairly warm with it and it dried insanely fast.

My only regret: I'd get the pullover version or non hooded version. The hood is uncomfortable and insanely hard to hear anything when wearing it. It's like putting foil around your head. Besides that it's an awesome jacket!

5 5

Classic Patagonia Quality!!!

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

I have had this jacket for a long time now & it is going to be around for a lot longer! This jacket is perfect for early mornings or late evenings when it is still cool out. Fits great & provides great warmth! If your debating weather to buy or not... BUY IT!!

Classic Patagonia Quality!!!
5 5

Warm in 20 degree and snowing weather

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

It packs into it's interior pocket which is convenient and about the size of a grape fruit. Recently I used it snowshoeing in 20 degree or less weather with only a lightweight layer. It kept me warm and shed the snow. After getting out of the elements the snow melted and the jacket did absorb some of the water, but dried quickly. It has good range of motion and at 5'11" and 180 lbs., the medium fits well.

5 5

Fits the bill!

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

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".

4 5

So far so good

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

This jacket has treated me well so far. I bought it with the idea that I could us it in a layering system and for that purpose it works great. I can wear it by itself or with a flannel or hoodie underneath it. It also fits under my shell. I have yet to test it in below freezing temps but I think it combined with other layers will withstand most challenges. Another added bonus is how well it packs down, allowing it to easily go with you anywhere. The one drawback of this jacket, however, is that when I put the hood up the whole jacket seems to rise up with it, taking what was a well fitting jacket and making it slightly short. It isn't anything terrible but it is worth a mention. The hood is very toasty though, which is a plus.

I bought this in a M and am 5'9", and besides the hood detail it fits well.

So far so good
3 5

Not warm enough

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

This is great from about 45 degrees and up. Anything under that and I need to wear a shell over this jacket. It is my favorite thing to wear around the house, but it's pretty useless as a winter coat. I need to buy a coat this year that will actually keep me warm when it's 10 degrees outside.

5 5

Exactly what I was looking for!

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

I wouldn't say I've put it through the wringer yet, but I've used it a lot!

Heading into the fall in Upstate New York I was looking for a synthetic, insulated jacket that could keep me warm with just a t-shirt on. I needed it for wearing at camp after hiking all day. I must say that the Nano Puff is doing its job gloriously.

Its really comfortably warm. From 30-50 degrees (F) its been super comfortable so far, never cold and never too warm. I know this jacket will keep me warm down to 20 degrees before I need to throw on more layers too. I've even slept in it several times and it made up for the lousy bag I've been using.

The Nano Puff is LIGHT! I don't feel it on my body or in my pack. I can stuff it into the hood pocket of my Osprey Kestrel 48 easily.

Perhaps the only downside I can foresee is durability. Its so light it won't handle much abrasion. But this jacket isn't designed for that. Its meant to keep you warm, let your shells take the beating.

As far as fit, its wide. Not an athletic fit. I'm 5'10, 140 and a medium is a bit bulky on me. Length is good. I don't mind the fit at all, I actually like the wider torso for layering. The hood is awesome and fits my head correctly.

Last note, this thing is synthetic so I appreciate it much more over down. No animals harmed in the making is always a positive thing. I would definitely recommend this jacket!

4 5

Super comfy light.

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

Purchased this bad boy for a nice packable lightweight puff jacket that i can wear under a great shell out in the backcountry or for something to wear around town. does great in both situations. cons- zipper can get jammed/stuck. Not a slim fit/athletic fit i'm a 6'4" 175 guy and this thing is a bit bulky would have been a 5 star if it was a tighter fit. Pros- super warm superlight easy to pack. even with the slightly larger cut i would still recommend it to anyone looking for a light weight second cover for out in the backcountry or for throwing on over a flannel when goin around town.
-After about a year of wearing this it is still great. the zippers are poor but they have updated that for the new year. also go a size smaller if you want a more athletic fit. I should have gotten a Small.

4 5

Nearly perfect

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
  • Fit: Runs large

just add a collar and it will be perfect. But still awesome emergency layer, ski warmup, etc.

I am 5'11 and 180 lb, male, which size...

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I am 5'11 and 180 lb, male, which size should I get? M or L? Any suggestions?

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Hey Qi! Thanks for your question. What are your chest and waist measurements? This is the best way to determine the correct size.

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Qi, we're of similar size and you're definitely right in between sizes and could probably wear both comfortably. Medium is going to be a nice trim fit, and would do well with a shell layer over if needed. And large is going to be a little looser fitting and allow room for a fleece or another mid layer underneath. Personally I prefer a medium most of the time for what it's worth.

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I am 5'9", ~160 lbs, with a zero ape index and the medium I have in this fits great, and can still fit under a shell. I hope that helps.

I'm considering this jacket, I'm rather...

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I'm considering this jacket, I'm rather tall 6'3' 200lbs I conserned it won't be long enough in the tourso? any thoughts?

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The medium is 27" long and the length should increase about 1" per size from there. So based on the sizing chart you can see about how long it will be from the base of the hood to the hem and determine if that would work out for you.

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I'm 6'2" and 185, fits me fine. (And I went with the Blue jacket to splash a little color into my usual "black" wardrobe.)

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Large will probably be long enough, and XL will without a doubt.

5 5

Very nice

Super light, very warm, performs well in the rain and snow. Great for wearing in town and on trail. Very happy with it.

BTW, careful with the red colors, those are not just red, but fluorescent orange. Computer monitors don't do it justice. You will go blind. Mine is black. Wish Patagonia made a darker red, or lime or something like.

5 5

Puffin awesome

A great layer, it has taken the place of my much heavier and bulkier fleece on cool/cold weather outings. Packs down very tightly in its own chest pocket, super convenient for a pack or hanging off a harness. Personally I prefer the synthetic to down due to concerns of getting wet, though I have had the hoody out in light drizzle and the DWR seems to shed very well. Blocks the wind and keeps the heat in. Hood fits over climbing helmet with ease.

5 5

Patagonia Nano Puff or Winter Sun...

Hi,
I can't decide between the Nano puff or the winter sun jacket? can you please help me understand the differences? Thanks!

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The Nano Puff is a lightweight shell w 60 grams of Primaloft for insulation while the Winter Sun has 100 grams of Primaloft and a windproof Gore Windstopper shell. So the Winter Sun is definitely warmer, and the Nano Hoody is maybe a little more versatile. The Nano is my favorite of the two personally...

Patagonia Nano Puff or Down Sweater? I...

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Patagonia Nano Puff or Down Sweater? I can't decide, they seem very similar other than their insulation materials. I will backpacking and climbing mostly, but I am hoping for something that I love enough to 'live out of'. Pros/Cons/Suggestions?

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Tough call for sure! As far as hoodies go between the two I prefer the Nano. The hood is a pretty rad, slightly minimal design, and I love how it fits. Super versatile for around town and definitely something you could live out of, definitely awesome for climbing or backpackingas well. Down Sweater is going to give you a tad more warmth, the Nano will pack down a little smaller

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nano. perfect emergency piece, and warm when wet. Maybe not as classy as the down sweater but much more practical.

5 5

A Puff of All Trades

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

This is a great go to jacket for all kinds of weather. I?ve used for cold Fall nights to bitter cold winter days and this thing always keeps me warm! The nano-puff does an amazing job of insulating warmth and cutting down the wind on stormy days. Using it to shovel the drive way I can wear nothing but a t-shirt underneath and still keep warm. Other pluses are it packing down well for travel/camping, and as with all Patagonia items, is built with bomber construction!

A Puff of All Trades
5 5

Everyday wear

  • Gender: Male

Glad it's washable I have been wearing it almost everyday since I got it

4 5

Awesome jacket but has sizing issues.

  • Gender: Male

The nano puff is a great piece of gear but unfortunately, it went back because it didn't fit. I started off with the Stoic Loft but the quality was awful and after many pulled stitches and ripped seams, I sent it back and got this. I started off with the large which was way too bulky in the chest, upper arms and waist. Tried the medium but the torso and sleeves were too short. At 6'1, 170 pounds, Patagonia doesn't really have a size that works for me which is unfortunate because they make bomber gear.

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