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    Because otherwise, getting out of your sleeping bag on chilly mornings sucks.

    Who likes getting out of sleeping bags in the morning when it's cold out? Nobody, unless you have the Patagonia Men's Nano Puff Insulated Jacket to ease the chill. With the recycled polyester exterior and PrimaLoft One insulation, your top half will feel like you never left your sleeping bag. Wear this Nano as your top layer on chilly backpacking mornings, and layer it under your ski shell for mid-winter storms. When it gets too warm, you can pack it down into its chest pocket and clip it to your pack or harness until you need to get hot and cozy 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
    • Insulated with PrimaLoft One for warmth (even if the insulation gets damp) and compressibility
    • Jacket stuffs into its chest pocket, and pocket has a loop to hook to your carabiner
    • Dual-adjusted drawcord hem keeps cold out and heat in
    • Two hand-warming pockets and one chest pocket store small items
    • Item #PAT3379

    Tech Specs

    Material
    [shell and lining] 22D recycled polyester, DWR finish
    Insulation
    PrimaLoft One (60g)
    Fit
    regular
    Hood
    no
    Pockets
    2 hand, chest
    Actual Weight
    Black, M: 340g
    Recommended Use
    camping, winterwear, skiing, snowboarding, climbing, alpine
    Manufacturer Warranty
    lifetime

    Tech Specs

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    Excellent All-Arounder

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

    Great jacket, primaloft gold is the best insulator in there's just enough of it to make it versatile in 3 seasons.

    In GA weather this is bomber in 9/10 days, especially when layered under a shell. The face fabric is smooth and sleek and the cut is slimming and flattering.

    Only problem is the quilt stitching can easily be snagged on the coil zipper pockets. This is annoying but not a deal breaker, as the fabric isn't actually held together by the stitching. When it does pop, the jacket isn't exposed, just lost a thread.

    Patagonia has the best warranty policy around, alleviating this issue.

    I'd give it 4.5/5 if I could.

    I will say I like this MUCH more than the Arcteryx Atom LT I had earlier. It's much less bulky and is better to wear. It's more versatile.

    Men's Small Patagonia Nano Puff

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

    First of all I love this jacket! It's the by far the lightest and warmest piece of clothing that own. The fit is great for athletic builds and is ideal for temperatures 35-55 without any additional outer layers. The jacket seems durable but time only time will tell. I have been a die hard Patagonia fan for years and their product line continues to impress me. Thanks to Backcountry for the wonderful customer service!

    Awesomeness!!!

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

    This jacket is great! It is super light weight and versatile but is really warm and comfortable. I wear it all the time and always get compliments. I love it's ability to layer but also to look nice when worn in dressier situations. Highly recommend it.

    Well, well well....

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

    To say that I am not surprised by another Patagonia quality product would be an understatement. I have been eyeing this jacket for a while and finally decided to pull the trigger. (Besides my pea coat) This is the warmest thing I own! Wind, no problem. Bitter cold, please! If you are teetering on whether or not you should get it, get it. Patty products are always high quality and this is no different.
    Sizing: I am a big Guy, 6'1

    Perfect fit

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

    This jacket will become your best friend, worn inside and out, all season long. It's baggy enough for wearing a layer under but trim enough to slide under a shell with ease. Paired with just a t-shirt you could live in this jacket all day and be comfortable kicking it on the couch or wandering around town. When paired with a long-sleeve base layer it's great for snowshoeing or cruising around the hills. And for those super cold days at your mountain adding this to your arsenal brings the heat without making you too puffy.

    Lightweight Insulation

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

    It's been cold here in Utah lately, and the Nano Puff has been a life saver. Even though it's super light and packable, it's still very warm. I use it primarily as a mid layer under my ski shell. It has treated me well from temps in the 20's all the way down to single digits (with some tweaking of base layers). I'm sure this will be a solid outer layer for cooler weather hikes as well.

    My go-to insulation

      This jacket is awesome. I wear it to work, around town, and as my skiing insulation layer. It's light, very compressible, and surprisingly warm for how light/thin it is. I was skiing in 15 degree weather and expected to need my down jacket, but the nano puff and a capilene base layer underneath a hard shell were all I needed to stay toasty all day.

      Highly functional. Looks so-so

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

      I've had 2 of these. They really do work as advertised -- thin, warm, works when wet, and correctly sized. 5 stars for function.

      The two issues are:

      1. The cut is very boxy. Think rectangle.
      2. For some reason it always looks wrinkled, tired and pseudo dirty. These 2 items makes it look cheap and slippery (even though it functions well).

      I find down jackets more breathable. This jacket can feel like you are wearing a garbage bag.

      Love at first wear

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

      I picked this jacket up as a "why not?" during BC's 30% off sale a few weeks ago. When I first pulled it out of the goat box, I was some what disappointed. It's VERY thin and lightweight, how could something like this keep me warm? Well, I was pleasantly surprised when I put it on. Holy warmth! In 40 degree weather with just a T-shirt under it, I was burning up. Lately, here in Colorado, we've been having 15-20F degree highs with some light snow. A good base underneath and maybe a light shell over the top is all you need for a snowy mid day hike. I went with a small and it fits me rather snug. I can get a skin tight base and a light fleece underneath it, but just barely. However, I didn't intend on buying it solely for layering purposes, so fit is great! I also own the down sweater jacket from Patagonia, and I can say that this one fits me far better and is much more practical in a backpacking/skiing setting. Speaking of fit, the cut of the jacket is very flattering for athletic builds while still allowing for excellent range of motion. I honestly love this jacket so much I don't think I've taken it off for the past 2 weeks... (Have I really not taken this jacket off??) Don't judge me. Its like walking around wearing a sleeping bag, you'd do it too.



      Bottom line: Awesome down puffy warmth and weight at softshell thickness. Primaloft for the win! You can wear it from the slopes to the breweries and still look you belong on a Canadian glacier.

      Love at first wear

      Great Jacket!

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

      Purchased this jacket for climbing in colder climates, and has worked excellent underneath some water proof shells. Looks like it runs a bit large however, once on the jacket has a nice cut and great fit to it. Highly recommend!

      Go to all around jacket

      • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer
      • Fit:Runs small
      • Size Bought: Medium

      Got this for 50% off at my 3 Rivers Angler in Knoxville, TN, for their end of the year gear sale. For some reason I was convinced that the Medium was the best option for me. I do like that It can be worn as a single layer, but it does not have any stretch and will not take any more layers under it. Should have gone one size up for perfection. Otherwise, it has been doing great in the fall and on my local tailwaters. Sometimes the sleeves must get wet to land the trout, but that's all part of the game. In no time at all the sleeves will dry and keep my core warm. Overall this jacket is great and would purchase it again.

      Patagonia does it again

        The nano puff jacket is a super light weight, wind stopping, awesome piece of equipment that everyone should own. I'm 5'10" 170lbs and I went with the large. Glad I did because I wanted it big enough for hooded sweatshirts underneath. Tried on the medium and was too tight fitting for what I wanted. I wear a medium in the Powder Bowl jacket but happy I went with the large in the nano puff.

        Great, Lightweight insulated jacket

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

        Love the NanoPuff. It's extremely light, and easy to get around outdoors in. It won't restrict your movement and is absurdly warm for it being such a lightweight jacket. I was really impressed. Fits on the slim side in my opinion, but fits me great. Not a complaint at all with this jacket.

        Own two; love both

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

        I bought two of these jackets in different colors. I love the lightweight pack-ability and versatility of this piece. It is incredibly warm for being as thin as it is. It fits true to size. Would definitely recommend.

        Light weight and warm!

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

        Best jacket when it comes to pack ability and warmth. I wear the nano puff just about every time I go outside when it is below 60. Great for fall, winter and spring! A little boxy but not bad. Great for fishing, skiing, camping, backpacking, hiking, climbing or just going around town. Literally anything you do outside I wouldn't leave the puff home!

        Best insulated jacket I've owned.

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

        I bought this jacket for a three month backpacking trip through the Andes in Chile and Argentina and it held up wonderfully! Day after day of lugging heavy packs, night after night of warding off cold winds and wet weather, this jacket stood up to it's reputation. No ripping, no seams coming undone; it's a well made jacket that can handle almost anything you throw at it. The fact that it packs up into it's pocket and weighs virtually nothing in your pack is also a huge plus. I would highly recommend this jacket for any adventure you might consider going on. Basically I'm in love.

        Not A Regular Fit

        • Familiarity:I returned this product before using it
        • Fit:Runs small
        • Size Bought: Large

        This is not a regular fit, unless Patagonia thinks that no room in the midsection is "regular". I wear a Large in almost everything I own. I'm a 42 or 44 regular, 5' 11" 205. I'm getting up there in age so I have kind of a "Dad Bod", but I regularly exercise, including freestyle skiing during our long winters. The large in this feels like a tube top in the midsection but fine in the shoulders. Just a couple more inches of material and it would be fine. The XL fits, but is long in both body and arms. Sending it back and weighing my options. I would give a 5 star review if it was an honest fit.

        Anyone else have trouble with the stitching coming undone on the Nano Puff? I love the jacket but insure of the quality.

        Is this jacket reversible? It looks like that in some of the photos.

        While you can wear this jacket however you want to, it is not meant to be a reversible jacket. We include the inside view of the jackets to show construction of the piece. Some brands can have a jacket that looks great on the outside, but is actually constructed very poorly. Showing the inside lets you get a better look at the seams. Patagonia is well known for having some of the most well made items on the market, and if you are interested, I would definitely encourage you to check this one out.

        Is this synthetic good for inactivity warmth, like down is?
        Basically my purpose is to have a packable jacket that I can throw on when I stop activities.

        Hey Tim! the synthetic performs great as an insulator and its benefit over down is that it can help keep you warm even if it gets a little damp. This would be a great option to keep around if you need lightweight, but warm layer for staying warm in between different activities.

        My cycling layering is UnderArmor, if somewhere below freezing to zero I add Columbia Omniheat , and then vented cycling windbreaker jacket. If I ever flat tire, or breakdown I'll be in trouble. The packable jacket is something of a emergency bail out. Same concept of hauling sleeping bag around in your vehicle all winter.

        I suppose the next question is Which packs smaller down or synthetic. Or is that splitting hairs?

        thank you.

        How does this piece compare to the Marmot Quasar? I think the Marmot is down and this is synthetic so this may hold heat better when wet. But what other practical differences should I expect? Thanks.

        What temperature range do you think this jacket works best in? Also, can this jacket zip into an outer shell?

        Best Answer

        Hey,



        I am going on my second year using this jacket. The temperature rating is up to you as that really depends on what you are doing and your other layering. I have used this as everything from a casual jacket in 40-50 degree weather to a layering piece in sub-zero temps, while alpine climbing and backcountry skiing. This does not zip into an outer shell, but is very trim so you would have no problem fitting that under a shell. I have been nothing but please with this jacket so far. If you have any other questions or want to get an order set up, I would be more than happy to help!

        Contact me at the info below



        Dan Gates

        Expert Gearhead

        Office: 800-409-4502 ext. 4491

        dgates@backcountry.com



        I am 6 foot and 160 pounds. I am debating whether or not I should get the medium or large. I don't want to be swimming in it, but I want to make sure it's long enough for my waist. What size would be best for me.

        In the picture the black and gray jackets look to be more form fitting vs the pictures of the other colors. Is this the case?

        When will you have Malachite Green in Large back in stock? I've been waiting to order one!

        I live in MN, would this jacket be warm...

        I live in MN, would this jacket be warm enough to wear around town in 0-20 degree weather (over a sweater or a long sleeve shirt)? Thank you.

        Any way to be alerted if the Black in Large...

        Any way to be alerted if the Black in Large goes on sale? I just can't justify the price, but have tried this on and love it. No one...NO ONE puts this on sale ever?

        Best Answer

        Hey Butch,



        Unfortunately we don't have anything set up on our sit for alerts on specific items but if you sign up for our emails we let you know what promos are going on at any given time. In all honesty though I would expect that by the time this jacket does go on sale we will be about out of the black option as it is the most popular color. Our semi annual sale should be coming up soon though so just keep checking back and cross your fingers, maybe this will be on the docket.

        would this be a good breathable mid layer?...

        would this be a good breathable mid layer?

        I'm 5'9+", size 39 jacket, is med the best...

        I'm 5'9+", size 39 jacket, is med the best fit?

        I'm looking at either getting this jacket...

        I'm looking at either getting this jacket or going for the pullover. Any reason to pay a little more for the jacket model?

        Great question Reyndon,

        Comes down to personal preference really. Pullovers are a little more simple, and lightweight, and full zips might be a little more versatile, and easier on/off. No huge benefit to either unless you're counting grams. Interested to see how someone else might chime in...

        like ty said, for gram counting, the pullover is your option. I prefer jackets for the easier on/off. the full zipper does result in a seam where more heat loss can occur, but pretty negligible. I would say if you plan on using the jacket in setting where it's going to stay on all day, the pullover would work and save some coin. if you want to use it in variable temp settings, worth it for the jacket.