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    Lighter than a wisp of air but strong enough to stand up to a stiff breeze.

    On its own or as a layer, the Patagonia Women's Nano Puff Insulated Jacket will keep you warm and shielded from the wind. A tough shell made from recycled polyester keeps wind out, and resists scrapes and scratches from your rough-and-tumble day on the mountain or on the subway. Squish the Nano Puff into its internal chest pocket and stuff the whole thing in your backpack, or  clip it on the outside of your pack, using a biner, for immediate access.

    • 22D recycled polyester shell provides durability at a light weight so you can scrape along the mountain and your jacket remains intact
    • Deluge DWR finish repels water from shell surface
    • Lap-glued seams reduce the jacket's overall weight and eliminate needle holes to minimize water penetration
    • 60g PrimaLoft One insulation offers stand-alone or layering warmth with minimum weight and maximum compressibility
    • Brick quilting pattern keeps insulation in place so you stay warm all over
    • Regular fit to accommodate layers underneath
    • Elasticized cuffs keep wind and water out without cutting off blood supply to your hands
    • Drawcord hem seals the bottom off from intrusive wind so you don't get chilled
    • Zipper garage offers the zipper a place to rest other than against your chin
    • 2 zippered hand pockets with zippers safely hold a season pass and some lunch money, cell phone and keys, or extra calories on day-long ascents
    • 1 internal zippered chest pocket with reinforced carabiner clip-in loop does double-duty as a stuff sack, so you can take this jacket along without taking up space in your pack or around your waist
    • Item #PAT3298

    Tech Specs

    Material
    [shell] 22D recycled polyester, Deluge DWR treatment
    Insulation
    60g PrimaLoft One
    Fit
    regular
    Hood
    no
    Pockets
    [external] 2 high hand, zipped, [internal] 1 zip chest
    Seams
    lap-glued
    Claimed Weight
    11.1 oz
    Recommended Use
    hiking, climbing, backpacking, layering, streetwear
    Manufacturer Warranty
    lifetime

    Tech Specs

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    Warmth

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

    Got this jacket for my girlfriend, she says it has kept her warm through the winter months and is perfect for layering, also easy to wash after weekend getaway! For how lightweight it incredibly warm, it is one of her go to jackets for all winter activities!

    Everyday Nano

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

    The Nano is my go to jacket. It can be packed really small but still provides enough warmth. There is a reason everyone has this jacket.. It rocks! Only downside is that the jacket is maybe a little too delicate for outdoor activities, it snags and tears fairly easy. But nothing a small patch can't fix if desired. Overall a great jacket that I highly recommend.

    A wardrobe essential

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

    One of my favorite jackets I own. Its great as a mid layer under neath my ski jackets as well as a standalone jacket. I love how lightweight the jacket is for traveling purposes but can keep me super warm in a variety of temperatures. I highly recommend this jacket to everyone. Also I love the bonus internal chest pocket for a cellphone/money holder!

    Huge, huge fan of the Nano...

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

    I absolutely can not say enough about the Nano Puff Jacket! I have worn out this baby three seasons of the year. It's wonderful on its own for spring and fall temperatures. I use it too under my ski shell. I wear a base layer, the Nano, and a the shell and I am perfectly warm. I like the drawstring at the waist to keep the draft out too. Two zipper pockets on the outside One on the inside. The inside pocket doubles as a stuff sack to pack your jacket in. It ends up packing to about the size of a small paperback book. The fit is slimming yet still allows me a medium weight layer underneath if I so choose. I bought it in a large even though I generally wear mediums. I sized up for the length which is what I need. (I am 5'10"). The Nano I have has contrast stitching and zippers which adds a fun flair. I am such a fan I have even bought it In the childrens version for my boys. Patagonia quality and function, no doubt!

    Huge, huge fan of the Nano...

    Nano

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

    This jacket is the bees knees. It's super lightweight and can be stuffed and zipped into its own pocket for portability, and works great as a mid layer or worn by itself on warmer days. I love how durable the jacket is, plus I'm a huge fan of the elastic around the cuffs to keep wind out. You really can't go wrong with Patagonia products!

    Everyday wear

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

    Love it.

    -This is my go to jacket. I wear it about everyday of the week.

    -It may be light but it will def keep you warm. Don't let it deceive you.

    -It allows for a lot of movement.

    -I wear it in 20 degree weather.

    -The pack it into the pocket feature is pretty cool but I never really use it.

    -Also, the inside internal pocket is my favorite! I use it for my phone.



    A MUST HAVEEEE

    Everyday wear

    Perfect for layering

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

    I bought this for my mom for Christmas and she loves it! She wanted a lightweight down jacket to wear under her ski shell or by itself on fall or spring days. This jacket is lightweight and small enough to fit under the shell, but still provide the additional warmth that a shell will not provide on cold days. I personally own the TNF Thermoball Jacket and am wishing I had purchased this jacket. The cuffs are a better size on the Patagonia Jacket and I like the construction of the down quilting pattern better. I find that Patagonia runs true to size, and this jacket is no exception. My mom is a true medium size, and the medium fit her perfectly. We ordered the Arbor Green and the color is exactly as picture. I also love how small this jacket packs down if you need to stow it away. My mom is able to stow the jacket in her backpack if she is out cross country skiing and gets too warm without sacrificing too much space in her pack or bulking up her pack.

    Sweet Jacket

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

    Fun warm jacket. Love the funky colour and fit. I use as a fall jacket for daily use as well as a mid layer for winter activities. Great for on the lake when the fall chill is in the air or when downhill skiing and need a little more warmth under my jacket. I would recommend this jacket.

    Great for layering

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

    For the price and the weight, you can't go wrong with this jacket. I bought it after borrowing a Nano Puff from a friend to layer under the Patagonia Triolet shell while skiing, and I'd also tried the Arc'teryx Atom and Patagonia's Nano Air jackets for comparison. The Atom and Nano Air are great, but I really didn't notice enough of a difference to justify paying more for them. The Nano Air is extremely light, fits exactly as I expected, and it doesn't restrict movement when I wear it skiing, which is something I'm pretty picky about. I haven't used it in temperatures too far below 20 degrees, but it's been warm so far, and I haven't felt like it's something I'd overheat in on a warm, sunny day. The jacket really pairs well with other layering pieces, which makes it versatile for a wide range of temperatures. The Howling Turquoise color is a beautiful jewel tone, but it is a little bit lighter than the picture shows and has a bit of a pearly finish. I'm still happy with it, but was expecting a deeper turquoise from the pictures, so it's something to be aware of. I bought this for skiing but I'm expecting to be able to use it for pretty much any activity in the cold, especially since it's so easy to pack.

    An All Around Jacket

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

    This jacket is amazing. The nano puff design makes it light weight and warm. It is warm enough to wear on its own or as a layer under a heavier coat. A must have for any outdoor adventure. I purchased the ox blood, which is so rich in color and very appealing to the eye. You can't go wrong with this jacket.

    Not as Warm as I Was Expecting

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

    This is a pretty nice jacket, but it's not as warm as I was expecting/hoping it to be. I bought this for a month long road trip through Wyoming and southern Utah. We had some nights dip below freezing, and a lot of days in the 40s-50s. Most days I has a merino wool base layer, my nanopuff, and my wind shell on top to keep me (mostly) warm. I do get cold pretty easily, so others might be plenty warm in their nanopuff, but I was not.

    Despite not being very warm, the jacket is very attractive and layers nicely (slides smoothly underneath outer layers). I also love that it stuffs into its own pocket and weighs next to nothing, making it very easy to stuff in your pack in case of changing weather while adding negligible weight.

    If I were not using the jacket to layer, I maybe would have sized down. I bought a small, but an xs would have been a more flattering fit. However, if you're planning to put a few layers under the jacket, then the size chart is pretty reliable.

    Photo is wearing my nano puff, watching the sun rise onto the Grand Tetons.

    Not as Warm as I Was Expecting

    Cute and comfy

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

    Great fitting jacket that is light weight and still keeps me warm. Love that it is made from recycled materials and uses primaloft instead of down.

    There's a reason everyone wears it

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

    I wear the nanopuff almost every day. I can wear it by itself, but usually I layer it--either way I'd still pick a medium (5'9" 140lbs, long arms and it fits great!) I've layered it under my ski jacket, under another rain/windbreaker, over fleece, under fleece. I've used it as a pillow while backpacking and stuffed it into my sleeping bag for extra warmth. And since it's primaloft instead of down, it kept me warm and dry (yes dry!) during a cold rain storm in Moab during a WFR course. I have gotten little snags in it from climbing (granite) or bushwhacking, so now I either protect it with another outer layer or am more mindful about where I wear it. I've never gone wrong with Patagonia!

    Absolutely Love This Jacket!

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

    I snagged this jacket on sale in the beginning of the fall and I don't think I've gone more than 2 days without wearing it. Absolutely awesome all around. It's a perfect light weight jacket for chilly fall days, then add a vest underneath (or even a sweater) and you are good to go for the colder nights. Even on windy days you are golden in this jacket (my boyfriend kiteboards and I spend a lot of time hanging on the beach watching him while it blows 20-30 knots!). It has held up well with multiple runs through the washing machine (but I do hang it up to dry). I also love how it folds down into itself if you need to pack it into a backpack or purse. Can't think of any negatives about this jacket!

    Best in the biz

    • Familiarity: I gave it as a gift but have feedback to share
    • Fit: True to size
    • Size Bought: Extra Small

    Got this as a gift for a friend of mine. She originally bought this in a bright orange color, then returned it for the oxblood red. Her feedback is that she absolutely loves the jacket. She wears it all the time. It is not warm enough to be a winter jacket but she wore it all fall as her primary jacket and now wears it underneath a lightweight jacket.

    The Best Hand-Me-Down Ever

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

    My mom has two of these, so she was kind enough to let me have one, and I'm so happy she did.

    I've worn it to the grocery store in the dead of winter in Utah... I've worn it as a layer under a shell for skiing... I've worn it around my waist because I just don't want to take it off... Seriously, it works for everything, and it's super flattering.

    If you're looking for a layer/jacket that does it all, this is your best bet.

    too delicate for the outdoors

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

    This jacket is great for warmth but the material is too fragile for outdoor sports. I've worn it backpacking, climbing, and skiing and have a tear in the fabric every place that it's touched a branch or rock. And I'm not even actually wearing it to climb- it's got rips on the arms from where I've brushed against a rock setting up an anchor, it's got holes in the back from where I've just been leaning against a rock, it snags on every stick and bush I walk by. I've made multiple repairs on it for every trip I've worn it on. I supposed it would be fine if your definition of "rough and tumble day" involves being on the subway. I've never seen the shell material that mountain hardware, marmot, or outdoor research use in their insulated jackets rip like this in light outdoor use. Pass on this unless you really need a $200 jacket to ride the subway in.

    I live in this jacket

    • Fit: True to size
    • Size Bought: Medium

    This jacket is super lightweight, thin but still warm, shrinks down to take up next to no space in a pack, and looks great. Medium is the perfect, slightly loose fit.

    Nano Perfect

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

    This Patagonia Nano Puff Jacket has fared well in rain, wind, next to fire and for general coziness. I was searching for a jacket that would kind of "do it all" for my job in in wilderness therapy. I work in many different conditions and I get cold very easily. It has been great for warmth in cool temperatures, however I would recommend more layers if you are using it in freezing conditions. One thing I wish it had is a hood but other than that it is a perfect fall/spring jacket for those seeking adventure in the elements!

    Does the Nano Puff jacket still come in the dusk blue color (size M) I think the ultramarine color is too turquoise. Looking for a light powder blue.

    What temperature is this ideal for? Especially while wearing just regular pants and a top. I live in Raleigh NC so we get some snow and it gets chilly but its not Colorado!

    Hey Mary,

    So jackets like these don't have an actual temperature rating, as there's so many factors that can affect the warmth, but with a solid layer, such as a fleece or a thick flannel, you can certainly use this for some cold winter temps.



    Feel free to reach out if you have any more questions.

    -galand@backcountry.com

    Can you describe the rustic purple color of the Nano Puff Patagonia Jacket?

    I bought this jacket in the rustic purple and I would say the photo is an accurate representation of the color (although, this would depend on your monitor - I currently use a macbook air and at full brightness I would say its the same). I would take a picture but it comes out darker than it actually is. The purple itself kind of has a grey undertone and the inside is lined with a nice light lilac color. hope that helps.

    If I'm 5'5" and about 125 lbs, would a small be too small? I am about 35-36 in the chest measurement and the suggested size was medium but I think that may be too large. Any thoughts?

    Does the dusk blue jacket look more light grey or light blue, it's hard to tell, also is the zippers red or what color?

    Hey Lisa,



    I would say the Dusk Blue is more of a light grey with a small hint of blue. The zippers are red. If you order it and do not like it we can always help you exchange it at no cost, we will cover shipping both ways. Feel free to shoot me any additional questions on the Patagonia Nano Puff or if you are interested in setting up an order.

    Unanswered Question

    Can someone tell give me a measurement of a women's Large in the waist and hip areas. I just returned the Patagonia down shirt jacket because it is too snug. I have the pullover nanopuff and the large fits fine (perhaps it is less-fitted than the zip front).

    Any changes in fit compared to last year's...

    Any changes in fit compared to last year's version?

    From the Patagonia website: "This season we've improved the fit with more shaping through the torso and waist, added a soft, wicking, interior storm flap and zipper garage for chin comfort, and moved the women's style into our classic Nano Puff "brick" quilting aesthetic, with narrow horizontal quilting on the shaped side panels, and burly thread for added durability."