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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

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5 5

Surprisingly toasty

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

This was an integral part of my gear for the Inca Trail trek where temperature changes were the norm, sometimes within the span of minutes. I got a medium since I was anticipating that I would be wearing layers underneath. It is looser I'd have been fine with wearing layers under a small. However, it didn't bother me much since I was very warm with the jacket, a half-zip baselayer and a t-shirt. There is an elastic-drawstring at the hem which I used to make the jacket look a bit more fitted.

For reference the evening temperature dropped down to 32F (wore the jacket plus 2 baselayers to sleep) and it got very windy and foggy at the top of Dead Women's Pass, a little under 14k ft elevation.

The jacket performed beautifully in the cold and wind but I wouldn't depend on this for wet weather. It's water resistant for misty weather but will probably get soaked pretty quickly with downpours. I wore it underneath a rain jacket and stayed warm and dry.

5 5

A go-to wind-jacket for outback & city

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

This jacket has an incredible warmth-to-weight ratio. It was my go-to jacket for overland travel in Tibet - it effectively blocks 50-mph winds on 16,000 foot passes, then compactly stuffs into a day pack as the day heats up... then it comes out looking like new. No wear problems. It will be a standard part of my travel wardrobe for future outback trips.
In the city, I throw it on for chilly mornings and evenings, and use it for walking in the hills at dusk for better visibility. I love the red-orange color with teal lining, even though when purchasing, I was hesitant about the electric color - it's great with all my other neutrals. I'm 5'-7, 125# and the medium is large enough for layers underneath when needed.

Mountains or towns...

Mountains or towns...

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...this wont let you down.
On top of a tank during summer peak bagging or as a mid-layer during the depths of winter, its so versatile. I have an old one, and the color is amazing (especially during hunting season).
I have not gone on a single trip without this thing since I got it.

(I realize this is my second photo of this thing, but its really one of the best pieces out there so I couldnt help myself)

Photo: wandering the streets of Ushuaia Argentina

Glacial whipped cream pie with a side of

Glacial whipped cream pie with a side of

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Nano Puff.... There is nothing better to wear while cooking up scrumptious desert in the backcountry... or while doing ANYTHING else in the backcountry.
If I could only have one piece of outerwear, I would without a doubt pick this one. Ive never been so in love with a single piece of gear.
(I shall write a full review soon)


photo credit to my girl ICECOOL
Gilkey Trench, Juneau Icefield, Alaska

5 5

Perfect Jacket

  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
  • Fit: True to size

I literally tore open the box yesterday and threw on the jacket over my sweater and ran out the door. It was lightly snowing outside and I was not cold one bit running in and out of buildings. It was really windy and I couldn't feel it at all. I am 5'7" 135 and ordered a Medium and it fits great. So lightweight, unbelievable! Since I live up in Lake Tahoe, this is going to be my every-day jacket! I want to order another one! So happy!

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And I can attest this jacket looks great on Tina, so I'm getting one too!

5 5

Lightweight and Warm

  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
  • Fit: True to size

I love the jacket, the fact that it weights 10 ounces, and keeps one warm when hiking!!! We used it this past week in the Santa Monica Mountains where the temperature was down to the 20s.

5 5

a++ product.

Excellent lightweight insulated jacket. Packs into its own pocket, and is a perfect layer. Synthetic insulation that will keep you warm even when wet. Love this jacket, hard to take it off.

5 5

Lightweight AND warm!

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

I've been wanting one of these jackets for over a year now, finally purchased one and I'm kicking myself for not doing it sooner. This jacket is perfect for the day-to-day commute to work and perfect for layering under my Patagonia Snowbelle Insulated ski jacket for those bitterly cold days on the slopes. I love how the jacket cuts the wind and keeps me super warm. Great for layering under and over depending on the adventure. I havent taken it backpacking yet, but if it performs as well as it does during the fall and winter, I'm sure I will be just as satisfied.

5 5

Wonderful, just wonderful!

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

If you're looking for a flattering, comfy, warm jacket look no further! You know you've done your research and you keep being led back to this jacket. Purchase today!

5 5

Cute jacket

My sister has this jacket and really likes it. Perfect whether she is wearing it doing cross overs at public skating or to use as an under layer braving the cold winter storms shoveling our sidewalk! She approves!

2 5

Poor stitching

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

Got this from REI for $200. Wore it for 2 weeks everyday and noticed the stitching is now getting snagged on everything, even when I put my hands in the pockets it gets snagged on the zipper! I saw this cheaper on Backcountry.com for $138 and bought it before I noticed the REI one was getting snagged. I'll be returning them to both stores now and continue my search for the perfect thin/lightweight/warm jacket.

5 5

Warmer than it looks

This jacket is a great layering piece. It's really light weight but warm. I have been wearing it every day since I got it, and it holds up great.

5 5

LOVE

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

I love my Nano Puffs! This full zip one fits true to size with room for a light sweater or vest underneath in chillier temps. I wear these in the fall as outerwear, in the winter as a mid-layer, in my house as a sweater because I keep my house chilly. The full zip has a more feminine leaning cut and is a little longer than the pullover. Would love two-way zip but not going to take away stars for that. NOT a heavy duty fabric so you have to be gentle with it - wash gently, don't go bush whacking in it etc.

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

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

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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."

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yep, quite a big update. A less boxy, more tailored fit, longer in the body, and running more true to size.

5 5

Perfect Extra Layer

I bought this for my mom as a gift. Here's what she had to say:

"I LOVE this jacket! It's perfect extra layer to take the chill off. It is lightweight and you can take it on and off as needed. It easily zips into an internal 5x8" pocket. The jacket features nice female lines that make it flattering as well. I can't wait to wear it under my ski shell."